Lots of people use Microsoft Word, but there are a lot of features hidden away. In this course, we'll be looking at features that can help you more easily and effectively create and maintain professional-looking reports, multicolumn newsletters, résumés or CVs, and business correspondence.
We'll start off by looking at Inserting and formatting text, paragraphs and sections, including how to use the Format Painter, and how to insert page, section and column breaks.
We'll then look at Managing tables and lists. We'll convert text to tables, configure our row headers in our tables to repeat on multiple pages, and create multi-level lists.
Next up is Creating and managing references, such as footnotes and endnotes, bibliographies, and table of contents, and then managing comments and tracking changes to documents.
We'll then look at how to insert and format graphic elements. This includes text boxes, pictures, SmartArt, screenshots, and 3D models.
We'll finish off by looking at how to manage documents, such as links to locations within documents, modifying headers and footers, and inspecting documents for personal information, and accessibility and compatibility issues.
No prior knowledge is required. And there are regular quizzes to help you remember the information, so you can be sure that you are learning.
Once you have completed this course, you will have an expanded knowledge of Microsoft Word. And with some practice, you could even take the official Microsoft MO-100 exam, which is one of the three requirements to get an official Microsoft Office certification – wouldn't that look good on your CV or resume.