Learn Microsoft Word 2010
- 4.5 hours on-demand video
- 2 downloadable resources
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Microsoft Word 2010
In this Microsoft Word 2010 course ClipTraining provides comprehensive instruction starting with the basics and on through the advanced features.
With 100 Video Tutorials, the series contains over 4.5 hours of content.
Along with the task-based, to-the-point videos, you'll receive an excellent downloadable 'ClipStart' PDF with helpful tips to get you started.
Built off of the ground breaking Word 2007 application, Word 2010 represents an evolutionary advancement over its predecessor. Viewing, editing and creating documents is easier than ever now thanks to several improvements. Take this course to learn all about Word 2010 and be on your way to becoming a Microsoft Office pro.
- Anyone interested in learning Word 2010. This course will help you learn the basics or refresh your knowledge and then provide a deeper understanding.
• The Ribbon (Ribbon Tabs, Groups, Widgets)
• The Quick Access Toolbar
• The File Tab and Backstage View
• The Status Bar
• Zoom and View Controls
|Once you watch this clip you will ascertain the more in depth functions of the Scroll Bar Controls. We’ll review its lesser known features, including:|
|· Scrollbar navigation options|
|· Page Up and Down|
|· Double Arrow Alternate Settings|
|· Document Ruler|
|· Document Split Windows|
· Print All Pages
· Print Selection
· Print Current Page
· Print Custom Range
Duplex printing means printing on both sides of the paper.
If you are printing multiple copies, the Collating feature can save you time by printing your pages in the order that is most useful. Watch this clip to learn more about Duplex printing, and the difference between Collated and Uncollated.
· Page margins on the ruler
· Indent Controls
· Hanging Indents
· First Line Indents
· Left Tab
· Center Tab
· Right Tab
· Decimal Tab
· Bar Tab
· Using Leader Lines with Tabs
· Selecting text areas to apply tabs
· Reviewing and applying Themes
· Modifying theme colors and fonts
· Applying Theme Effects
· Creating new Themes and modifying existing Themes
If bullets don’t mesh with your document then Numbering might be the answer. Learn about: New Number Format, Set Numbering Values and Setting Start Values in your list.
In this clip we’ll show you how Word uses predefined multi-level list default settings to organize your settings. However, you can select a different multi-level format from the List Library, choose to define a new list to fit your needs or create your own List Style format to reuse whenever you need it. Whatever your fancy, this clip can help.
Don’t like the changes made to your picture? No problem, also learn the location of the reset picture button
Caution: Once you discover how to remove the background from a picture you may have the desire to remove the background from all your pictures.
See this demonstrated and explained in this brief lesson.
What is the difference? Both help you add additional information to your document, however, one is located at the end of a page and the other at the end of your document. Watch this clip and discover the difference.
Plus, discover how to find out who made what changes to your document and the time and date these changes were made.