At last there’s a totally comprehensive Word course in London and Manchester!
Our in-depth training course will take the average student approximately 26 hours to complete, working at your own pace and attending when you want to during our long opening hours which include evenings and Saturdays.
Our training methodology offers a great way to learn because you can never miss a class and our friendly, experienced tutors are always on hand to help you get the most out of your course.
And you can start at any time!
You’ll go on a voyage of discovery with a handsome workbook (which is yours to keep), high quality pre-recorded audio lessons and the latest PC’s as you work as quickly or as slowly as you wish towards your exam. And when you pass, you’ll receive a nationally recognised Pitman Training certificate to prove how practical you are.
Did you know that you can visit us to sample this Word course for free before you decide to book?
To try a sample, enrol or find out more, call our friendly Course Advisors:
What Is Covered?
Loading the Word program, keying in text, naming and saving a document, editing text, printing a document, closing a document, accessing Help, navigating around a document, selecting and editing text, using Word options, the Quick Access toolbar, print preview and zoom
Opening an existing document, page breaks, different screen views, Show/hide formatting marks, navigation, formatting text, text alignment, creating a new blank document, click and type, the repeat command, font effects, changing the case of text, clear formatting
Spell check and grammar check, thesaurus and research pane, translate text, line and paragraph spacing, changing margins, switch rulers on/off, view multiple windows, undo and redo, word count, creating a new folder, save a file with a different name and format
AutoCorrect, building blocks, automatic date and time feature, modify and update a field, set custom tabulation stops, remove tabulation stops, delete AutoCorrect entries
Move text using cut and paste, duplicate text using copy and paste, use keyboard shortcut, use the clipboard to paste multiple items, format painter, find and replace text, find text and apply reading highlight, find and replace text format, use search options in find and replace
Indenting text, applying bullets to a list and changing bullet format, applying numbers to a list and changing number format, multilevel numbering, formatting numbering levels, copying information between documents, selecting non adjacent areas of text
Text flow options, inserting page numbers, changing the start number, changing the page number format, headers and footers, insert and delete section breaks, page orientation, printing selected pages, go to
Creating a table, formatting table contents, text direction, inserting/deleting rows and columns, column width and row height, borders/shading, merging/splitting cells, simple calculations, set repeating headers rows, distribute columns evenly, convert text to a table, sorting, table styles
Creating WordArt, inserting text boxes, drawing objects, grouping, insert clipart, background colour, the draw table tool, text watermarks, columns, inserting a column break
Applying a quick style, create and modify a style, create a new document based on an installed template, create a new document based on a new template, document themes, changing theme colours and fonts, saving a custom theme, centred vertical alignment, compatibility mode and deleting custom themes
Who Should Take This Course?
In short, everyone!
If you’re familiar with earlier versions of Word, or you’re self-taught, this course will save you hours of frustration as you struggle to find your way around, while those who have little or no Word experience will sail through to a strong intermediate standard.
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Top Microsoft Word Tip
Mail Merge – Make sure you always click “Preview Results” to check that the punctuation and layout looks professional – for more mail merge tips visit the Secs in the City blog.