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Word 2011 – Advanced

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In this Word 2011 – Advanced training course, you'll learn how to create a mail merge to distribute large amounts of information and much more!

Platform: Mac

Length: 3 hours 8 min

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Presented by Beth Bruestle and Flip Crummer, this Word 2011 – Advanced training course for Mac, will make working with large documents easier. You’ll learn how to use Notebook and Publishing Layout view as well as how to organize your document text using Outline view; create bookmarks and comments; and create a professional looking document by including a table of contents, footnotes, endnotes, citations and a bibliography.

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A. Scrapbook
Adding clippings to the scrapbook
Viewing the clippings in the scrapbook
Organizing the scrapbook clippings pt. 1
Organizing the scrapbook clippings pt. 2
Filtering scrapbook clippings
Pasting scrapbook clippings
Deleting scrapbook clippings

B. Notebook Layout View
Understanding Notebook Layout view
Adding text to Notebook Layout view
Changing note levels pt. 1
Changing note levels pt. 2
Working with sections and section tabs pt. 1
Working with sections and section tabs pt. 2
Flagging action items
Recording audio notes
Deleting audio notes
Using the Scribble command
Erasing a scribble
Customizing the appearance

C. Publishing Layout View
Understanding Publishing Layout view
Using templates
Adding text to a template
Adding pictures to a template
Zooming and navigating
Starting a publication from scratch
Adding text boxes
Adding objects pt. 1
Adding objects pt. 2
Using the Reorder command
Creating an object placeholder
Creating a text placeholder
Creating linked text boxes
Moving between linked text boxes
Breaking a link between text boxes
Using static guides
Using dynamic guides
Showing non-printing characters, outlines, and guides
Adding pages to a publication
Removing pages from a publication
Rearranging pages in a publication
Using master pages
Creating a master page
Creating a first page master
Creating different odd and even page masters
Creating sections pt. 1
Creating sections pt. 2
Saving a publication as a template

D. Outline View and Bookmarks
Using Outline view
Expanding and collapsing text in Outline view
Using the show heading command in Outline view
Promoting and demoting text in Outline view
Moving text in Outline view
Using the Sidebar
Creating a bookmark
Using bookmarks
Viewing bookmarks
Deleting a bookmark

E. Table of Contents
Creating an automatic table of contents
Viewing the Table of Contents options
Using custom heading styles to create a table of contents
Updating the table of contents
Using hyperlinks in a table of contents
Formatting the table of contents styles pt. 1
Formatting the table of contents styles pt. 2
Removing a table of contents

F. Footnotes and Endnotes
Inserting a footnote
Inserting an endnote
Changing Footnote and Endnote options
Displaying and editing footnotes and endnotes
Navigating footnotes and endnotes
Converting a footnote to an endnote
Deleting a footnote or an endnote

G. Citations and Bibliography
Setting the bibliography style
Adding new sources from scratch
Using existing citations
Using the Source Manager
Adding new sources using the Source Manager
Editing a source
Editing a citation
Deleting a source
Creating a bibliography
Updating the citations and the bibliography
Deleting a bibliography

H. Mail Merge
Deciding on the data document
Deciding on a data source
Creating a new recipient list
Adding records to a data form
Using the Data Form options
Viewing the data source pt. 1
Viewing the data source pt. 2
Using an existing recipient list
Assembling the data document
Filtering and sorting recipients
Previewing the mail merge results
Completing the mail merge

I. Comments and Tracked Changes
Adding a comment to a document
Viewing a comment
Editing a comment
Deleting a comment
Responding to another comment
Moving between comments
Using the Balloons option
Using the Review pane
Tracking changes in a document
Setting the Track Changes options
Using the Show command
Using the Display for Review command
Moving between revisions
Accepting and rejecting changes

J. Creating Forms
Using Form controls
Turning on the Developer tab
Identifying the Form controls
Creating a form template
Adding a Text Box Form control
Changing the Text Box Form Control properties
Adding a Combo Box and Check Box Form control
Changing the Combo and Check Box Control properties
Adding help text to a form field
Testing the form fields
Protecting a form
Using a form