At last, an advanced level Microsoft Word course aimed at taking you into the top few percent of Word users and making you really stand out from the job seeking crowd.
Need to learn mailmerge, macros and tracking changes? You’ve come to the right place!
Our special training methodology and long opening hours mean that you’ll master the advanced functions of Word in approximately 26 study hours at our Notting Hill, High Holborn or Manchester training centres.
To find out more, read on or call our friendly, experienced Course Advisors to arrange a free sample of the course to make sure it’s right for you:
What Is Covered?
This course assumes learners have a strong intermediate level of skill in Word.
In approximately 26 study hours, students will enjoy 10 lessons covering the following topics:
• Lesson One:
Carrying out a mail merge using the mail merge wizard, merging an existing letter with an existing data source, creating a new letter and data source, removing, adding, renaming and moving fields in a new data source, adding new records to a data source, inserting merge fields using address block and greeting line, match fields, inserting merge fields using more items, excluding a recipient from the merge, using mail merge to create envelopes and address labels
• Lesson Two:
Performing a mail merge using an Excel data source, sorting records, inserting merge fields using the mailings tab, merging the current record, working with a word table data source, customising columns in an office address list, carrying out a simple and advanced filter, previewing and merging using the mailings tab
• Lesson Three:
Creating, formatting and modifying a table of contents, viewing a table of contents in web layout view, creating a table of contents using customised styles, creating and modifying an index with sub-entries, creating a cross-reference in an index, inserting a bookmark, using a bookmark to create an index entry, viewing, using and deleting
• Lesson Four:
Inserting and updating footnotes and endnotes, viewing, browsing and managing notes, removing a hyperlink, inserting a caption, working with automatic captions, inserting a cross reference, recording a macro, running a macro, assigning a macro to a keyboard shortcut, assigning a macro to the Quick Access Toolbar, modifying a button, editing a macro, deleting a macro
• Lesson Five:
Creating a new source and insert a citation, inserting a placeholder, inserting a bibliography, editing a source, modifying a bibliography, managing sources, creating a new caption label, inserting and modifying a Table of Figures, marking a citation in a legal document, marking multiple occurrences of a citation, inserting and modifying a Table of Authorities, deleting a customised caption label, deleting citations from a master list
• Lesson Six:
Using outline view, promoting and demoting outline items, moving outline items up or down, expanding and collapsing outline items, using the document map and thumbnails, working with master documents and subdocuments, collapsing and expanding subdocuments, opening subdocuments, locking subdocuments, removing a subdocument from a master document
• Lesson Seven:
Inserting content controls in a form, inserting form fields, creating a drop-down list, creating a date format, using calculations in a form, protecting a form, entering information into a form, applying built in styles using the Quick Style Gallery, using the Style inspector, modifying an existing style, creating a new style and add to the Style Gallery, manage styles, clearing formats, finding and replacing styles
• Lesson Eight:
Enabling and disabling change tracking, reviewing a document using track changes, accepting or rejecting changes, inserting, viewing and navigating comments, editing and deleting comments, using the reviewing pane, viewing balloon options, reviewing tracked changes, selecting options for mark-up, comparing and combining
• Lesson Nine:
Viewing documents for hidden or personal information, viewing document properties, changing document properties, viewing document properties, marking a document as final, encrypting a document, password protecting documents to open and modify, removing a password, restricting editing changes in a document, adding a digital signature
• Lesson Ten:
Saving as a web page, using web layout view, applying a page colour, inserting and using a hyperlink, inserting a SmartArt diagram, modifying a SmartArt diagram, inserting a chart, modifying a chart
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Who Should Study Word Expert Level?
As Word is used by pretty much everybody working in offices, the best way to explain who should take this course is to say that it is important to everyone who has to produce widely distributed reports or people who need to improve their productivity at work.
This group is likely to include managers, PA’s and secretaries.
This course builds upon the material in our Word course for Beginners to Intermediates.
What To Do Next.
The best way to discover whether this course is right for you is to take a free assessment followed by a free trial of the programme.
Our friendly, experienced Course Advisors will help you get the most out of your assessment and trial to ensure you enrol for exactly the correct level of course for you.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you.