Microsoft Word: Hands-down the most powerful document creation tool on the planet. Used by millions of people each day, very few know how to use it properly. In this 3+ hour ’Mastering Word 2106 – Basics’ course, we’ll show you everything you need to know to start harnessing the power of Microsoft Word.
Length: 3 hrs 16 min
This title is available in the
Total Training All-Access library.
Microsoft Word is more than a Word Processor. If you know the skills taught in this course you will be more productive, in less time, and be able to maximize the potential functionality of what is probably the world’s most common program.
Getting Around in the Word 2016 interface
Creating, Saving, and Finding Documents
Fonts and Printing
Basic Formatting and Text Effects
and so much more!
Whether You’re Just Getting Started Or Want To Move On To Certification – This Course IS For You
Demonstrate basic formatting and text effects
Use text selection and mini toolbar
Illustrate how to insert symbols, pictures, and characters
CHAPTER 01: GETTING STARTED WITH WORD 1. Overview and Navigation 2. Create and Save Documents 3. Save and Save As 4. Manage Your Workspace 5. Text Selection and Mini Toolbar 6. Cut, Copy, and Paste 7. Undo, Repeat, and Redo 8. Preview and Print 9. Customizing the Word Environment
CHAPTER 02: FORMATTING TEXT AND PARAGRAPHS 1. Applying Character Formatting 2. Control Paragraph Layout 3. Indents and Tabs 4. Line and Paragraph Spacing 5. Align Text Using Tabs 6. Bullets and Numbered Lists 7. Apply Borders and Shading
CHAPTER 03: WORKING MORE EFFICIENTLY 1. Using Find and Replace 2. Format Painter and Redo 3. Intro to Styles
CHAPTER 04: MANAGING LISTS 1. Sorting a List 2. Formatting a List
CHAPTER 05: ADDING TABLES 1. Inserting a Table 2. Modifying a Table 3. Formatting a Table 4. Converting Text to a Table
CHAPTER 07: CONTROLLING PAGE APPEARANCE 1. Apply Page Border and Color 2. Headers and Footers 3. Controlling Page Layout 4. Watermarks
CHAPTER 08: PREPARING TO PUBLISH A DOCUMENT 1. Spellcheck and Grammar 2. Using Research Tools 3. Checking Accessibility 4. Saving a Document to Other Formats
Christina Tankersley has been involved with software education and project management since 1994. Her career includes working on software development and varying manufacturing projects, helping people understand the power of diverse thinking, and continue to learn tools to share with customers, students, and the population at large.
Her primary focus for instruction includes:
Herrmann Brain Dominance Index
Customer Relationship Management Tools
Information Technology Infrastructure Library
She has a BS in Business from the University of Charleston, an MBA from North Greenville University, and certifications including Project Management Professional (PMP), Comptia A+, Comptia Certified Technical Trainer, and Microsoft Certified Trainer.
When not working or studying, she loves to travel, read, and spend time with friends and family.