Microsoft Word 2013 is a Word Processor used to create, edit and print documents such as memos, resumes, reports, and letters. Various tools can be used to create and edit Word 2013 documents. This course covers options at a level above the beginner and below an expert. These options include handling tables, images, changing page layouts, working with headers and footers, inserting captions, working with table of contents and cross-references.
The delegates during this course shall work with sections and columns, tables and importing data from MS Excel. Further they will use styles to create oultines, work with headers and footers. Printing functions, working with graphics, objects and document templates.
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What Will You Learn
At the end of the course, the candidates will have learned to:
The Microsoft Word 2013 Intermediate course provides delegates the understanding of using Word Processing software. The delegate can successfully create and edit documents in Word 2013 by the time he/she reaches this stage. The course teaches the delegates to work more efficiently by automating some tasks. Also, a user can also maintain consistency between documents using the options present in Word 2013. Delegates can create complex documents such as lists, tables, charts, graphics, and newsletter layouts. Word 2013 also allows the mail merge options to create documents and merge them with variable data.
Complex documents can be created in Word 2013 that link one topic in a document to another either in the same document or in another document. Graphics can be added and aligned with the text to appear together on the page. Some noted improvements of Microsoft Word 2013 over Microsoft Word 2010 are specified below:
A delegate who wishes to appear for the Microsoft Word 2013 exam must have a basic understanding of the Word environment. The delegates must be able to complete tasks on their own. These candidates should be able to create and edit their documents such as professional reports, multi-column newsletters, resumes and business correspondence.
Lesson 1: Working with Tables and Charts
Lesson 2: Making Use Of Styles and Themes
Lesson 3: Page Layout
Lesson 4: Using Images in a Document
Lesson 5: Creating Custom Graphic Elements
Lesson 6: Inserting Content Using Quick Parts
Lesson 7: Controlling Text Flow
Lesson 8: Using Templates
Lesson 9: Viewing Documents
Lesson 10: Using Mail Merge
Lessson 11: Applying References
Lesson 12: Using Macros
Lesson 12: New Features of Word 2013
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