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Microsoft Word 2003 Training

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Course duration

  • 3 Days

Course Outline

In this Microsoft Word 2003 training class, you will start by learning the basic concepts required to produce basic business documents. You will then learn to create more complex Microsoft Word 2003 documents by adding components such as customized lists, tables, charts, and graphics. You will also create personalized Microsoft Word 2003 efficiency tools. Finally, you will learn how to use Word to create, manage, revise, and distribute long documents, forms, and Web pages.

  • Learn to create a basic document.
  • Learn to edit documents by locating and modifying text.
  • Learn to format text.
  • Learn to format paragraphs.
  • Learn to use Word tools to make your documents more accurate.
  • Learn to add tables to a document.
  • Learn to add graphic elements to a document.
  • Learn to control a document's page setup and its overall appearance.
  • Learn to manage data in lists.
  • Learn to customize tables and charts.
  • Learn to customize formatting.
  • Learn to work with custom styles.
  • Learn to modify pictures in a document.
  • Learn to create customized graphic elements.
  • Learn to control text flow.
  • Learn to automate common tasks.
  • Learn to automate document creation.
  • Learn to perform mail merges.
  • Learn to use Word with other programs.
  • Learn to collaborate on documents.
  • Learn to add reference marks and notes to a document.
  • Learn to make long documents easier to use.
  • Learn to secure documents and document information.
  • Learn to create Web pages.
  • Learn to create a form.
  • Learn to use XML in Word.
  1. Creating a Basic Document
    1. The Word Environment
    2. Get Help Using Word
    3. Enter Text
    4. Save a New Document
    5. Preview a Document
    6. Print a Document
  2. Editing a Document
    1. Navigate in a Document
    2. Insert Text
    3. Select Text
    4. Create an AutoText Entry
    5. Move and Copy Text
    6. Delete Blocks of Text
    7. Undo Changes
    8. Find and Replace Text
  3. Formatting Text
    1. Change Font and Size
    2. Apply Font Styles and Effects
    3. Change Text Color
    4. Highlight Text
    5. Copy Formats
    6. Clear Formatting
    7. Find and Replace Text Formatting
  4. Formatting Paragraphs
    1. Set Tabs
    2. Change Paragraph Alignment
    3. Indent Paragraphs
    4. Add Borders and Shading
    5. Apply Styles
    6. Create Lists
    7. Change Spacing Between Paragraphs and Lines
  5. Proofing a Document
    1. Use the Thesaurus
    2. Check Spelling and Grammar
    3. Create a New Default Dictionary
    4. Check Word Count
    5. Modify a Document in Print Preview
  6. Adding Tables
    1. Create a Table
    2. Enter Data in a Table
    3. AutoFormat a Table
    4. Convert Text into a Table
  7. Inserting Graphic Elements
    1. Insert Symbols and Special Characters
    2. Insert a Clip Art Picture
    3. Add a Watermark
  8. Controlling Page Appearance
    1. Set Page Orientation
    2. Change Page Margins
    3. Apply a Page Border
    4. Add Headers and Footers
    5. Insert a Page Break
  9. Managing Lists
    1. Sort a List
    2. Restart a List
    3. Create an Outline Numbered List
    4. Customize List Appearance
  10. Customizing Tables and Charts
    1. Sort a Table
    2. Modify Table Structure
    3. Merge or Split Cells
    4. Position Text in a Table Cell
    5. Apply Borders and Shading
    6. Perform Calculations in a Table
    7. Create a Chart from a Word Table
    8. Modify a Chart
  11. Customizing Formatting
    1. Modify Character Spacing
    2. Add Text Effects
    3. Control Paragraph Flow
  12. Working with Custom Styles
    1. Create a Character or Paragraph Style
    2. Modify an Existing Style
    3. Create a List Style
    4. Create a Table Style
  13. Modifying Pictures
    1. Set Picture Contrast or Brightness
    2. Crop a Picture
    3. Wrap Text Around a Picture
  14. Creating Customized Graphic Elements
    1. Draw Shapes and Lines
    2. Insert WordArt
    3. Insert Text Boxes
    4. Create Diagrams
  15. Controlling Text Flow
    1. Insert Section Breaks
    2. Insert Columns
    3. Link Text Boxes
  16. Automating Common Tasks
    1. Run a Macro
    2. Create a Macro
    3. Modify a Macro
    4. Customize Toolbars and Buttons
    5. Add Menu Items
  17. Automating Document Creation
    1. Create a Document Based on a Template
    2. Create a Document by Using a Wizard
    3. Create or Modify a Template
    4. Change the Default Template Location
    5. Insert a MacroButton Field in a Template
  18. Performing Mail Merges
    1. The Mail Merge Process
    2. Perform a Merge on Existing Documents
    3. Merge Envelopes and Labels
    4. Use Word to Create a Data Source
  19. Using Microsoft Office Word 2003 with Other Programs
    1. Link to a Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Worksheet
    2. Link a Chart to Excel Data
    3. Send a Document Outline to PowerPoint
    4. Extract Text from a Fax
    5. Save a Document as a Different File Format
    6. Look Up Information Using Research Sites
    7. Send a Document as an Email Attachment
  20. Collaborating on Documents
    1. Modify User Information
    2. Create a New Version of a Document
    3. Delete Old Versions
    4. Send a Document for Review
    5. Use Comments
    6. Compare Document Changes
    7. Merge Document Changes
    8. Review a Document
  21. Adding Reference Marks and Notes
    1. Insert Bookmarks
    2. Insert Footnotes and Endnotes
    3. Add Captions
    4. Insert Cross-references
  22. Making Long Documents Easier to Use
    1. Mark Text for Indexing
    2. Insert an Index
    3. Insert a Table of Figures
    4. Mark Text for a Table of Authorities
    5. Insert a Table of Authorities
    6. Insert a Table of Contents
    7. Create a Master Document
    8. Automatically Summarize a Document
  23. Securing a Document
    1. Update a Document's Properties
    2. Save a Document without Personal Information
    3. Hide Text
    4. Limit Formatting Choices in a Document
    5. Select Regions of a Document that Can Be Modified
    6. Add a Digital Signature to a Document
    7. Require a Password to Open a Document
  24. Creating Web Pages
    1. Create a Web Page
    2. Insert Hyperlinks
    3. Insert a Movie Clip into a Web Page
    4. Apply a Theme to a Web Page
    5. Create a Framed Web Page
    6. Save a Web Page to a Web Server
  25. Creating Forms
    1. Add Form Fields to a Document
    2. Protect a Form
    3. Save Form Data as Plain Text
    4. Automate a Form
  26. Using XML in Word
    1. Tag an Existing Document
    2. Save a Document as XML
    3. Transform an XML Document

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