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Learn Microsoft Word Step by Step

Learn Introductory through Advanced material with this complete Word course. Video lessons & manuals included
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What Will I Learn?
Create professional-looking documents that incorporate impressive graphics.
Give documents a consistent look by applying styles and themes that control the font, size, color, and effects of text and the page background.
Store and reuse pre-formatted elements such as cover pages and sidebars.
Create personalized mailings to multiple recipients without repetitive typing.
Make information in long documents accessible by compiling tables of contents, indexes, and bibliographies.
Safeguard documents by controlling who can make changes and the types of changes that can be made, as well as by removing personal and confidential information.
Editing Skills , Formatting Skills , Opening, navigating and closing documents
Coauthor documents with team members.
Identifying program widows elements , Working with the Ribbon
Viewing documents in different ways , Document compatibility with earlier versions of Word
Starting, entering text in, and saving documents , Fine-tuning text , Saving files to OneDrive
Modifying text , Finding and replacing text , Correcting spelling and grammatical errors
Applying styles to text , Changing a document’s theme , Manually changing the look of characters , Manually changing the look of paragraphs
Creating and modifying lists , Formatting text as you type
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Welcome to the course on "Learn Microsoft Word 2013 Step by Step" . This course provide the complete understanding from beginning level to advance level . Whether you are completely new to Word or upgrading from an older version, this course will empower you with the knowledge and skills necessary to be a proficient user.

Whether you've been using Word for years and are wanting to take your skills to the next level or you're starting out with the program for the first time, these hands-on lessons will show you exactly what it takes to produce professional letters, documents and forms from start to finish. The Word tutorial videos begin by helping you learn where the program's essential tools are: the ribbon, the toolbar, help and other handy options. The course then moves forward to cover editing text, formatting text, inserting images, performing mail merges, proofing, printing, and more. The expert instruction puts the creative process directly onscreen.

Even complete beginners will find this powerful Word training easy to follow.

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Who is the target audience?
  • Microsoft Word 2013 Step by Step course is designed for beginning level to advanced level computer users. This Word course covers the skills that can be used in organizations of any size. Whether you are new to Word or already comfortable working in Word and want to learn new features in Word 2013, this course provides invaluable hands-on experience so that you can easily create, modify, and share documents.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 31 Lectures Collapse All 31 Lectures 02:57:45
Introduction of this course (Microsoft Word 2013)
1 Lecture 04:40

The course Microsoft Word 2013 Step by Step offers a comprehensive look at the features of Word that most people will use most frequently. This course designed with practical exercises, you can download files for practice.

This course has been designed to lead you step by step through all the tasks you’re most likely to want to perform with Word 2013. If you start at the beginning and work your way through all the exercises, you will gain enough proficiency to be able to create and work with most types of Word documents. However, each topic is self-contained, so you can jump in anywhere to acquire exactly the skills you need.

Preview 04:40
Explore Microsoft Word 2013
5 Lectures 34:35

In this tutorial, you’ll start Word, explore and identifying program window elements.

Preview 08:29

In this tutorial, you’ll start Word, create a sample document, and explore the functionality available from the ribbon and the Backstage view.

Working with the Ribbon

In this tutorial, you’ll open an existing document and explore various ways of moving around in it. Then you’ll close the document.

Opening, navigating, and closing documents

In this tutorial, you’ll explore various ways that you can customize Print Layout view to make the work of developing documents more efficient. Then you’ll switch to the other main views, noticing the differences so that you have an idea of which one is most appropriate for which task. Finally, you’ll switch between open documents and view a document in multiple windows at the same time.

Viewing documents in different ways

Document compatibility with earlier versions of Word
Enter, edit, and proofread text
6 Lectures 27:01

In this tutorial, you’ll create a blank document, enter text, and save the document in a folder that you create.

Starting, entering text in, and saving documents

Saving files to OneDrive

In this tutorial, you’ll edit the text in a document. You’ll insert and delete text, undo the deletion, copy and paste a phrase, and move a paragraph.

Modifying text

In this tutorial, you’ll find a phrase and make a correction to the text. Then you’ll replace one phrase with another throughout the entire document.

Finding and replacing text

In this tutorial, you’ll look up a word in the dictionary, replace a word with a synonym, and experiment with the Mini Translator.

Fine-tuning text

In this tutorial, you’ll change an AutoCorrect setting and add a word to the AutoCorrect list. Then you’ll review and correct the spelling and grammar in a document and add terms to the custom dictionary.

Correcting spelling and grammatical errors
Modify the structure
6 Lectures 37:31

In this tutorial, you’ll experiment with the styles in the Normal template and change the look of a document by switching to a different style set.

Applying styles to text

In this tutorial, you’ll apply a theme to an existing document and change the colors and fonts. Then you’ll save the new combination as a custom theme.

Changing a document’s theme

In this tutorial, you’ll format the text in a document by changing its font, style, size, color, and character spacing. You’ll experiment with highlighting and apply text effects. Then you’ll return selected text to its original condition by clearing some formatting you no longer want.

Manually changing the look of characters

In this tutorial, you’ll change text alignment and indentation, insert and modify tab stops, modify paragraph and line spacing, and add borders and shading to paragraphs.

Manually changing the look of paragraphs

In this tutorial, you’ll create a bulleted list and a numbered list and then modify the lists in various ways.

Creating and modifying lists

Formatting text as you type
Organize information in columns and tables
4 Lectures 26:37

In this video tutorial, you’ll lay out the text in one section of a document in columns. You’ll justify and hyphenate the text in the columns, and change the column spacing. You’ll then break a column at a specific location.

Presenting information in columns

In this video tutorial, you’ll enter text separated by tabs, format the text, and then set custom tab stops to create a tabbed list.

Creating tabbed lists

In this video tutorial, you’ll work with two tables. First you’ll create an empty table, modify the table layout, enter text in the table cells, and perform a calculation in the table by using a formula. Then you’ll create a second table by converting an existing tabbed list, and modify the table to fit its contents.

Preview 08:38

In this video tutorial, you’ll first apply a table style to a table. Then you’ll format a table row and column. You’ll also apply character and paragraph formatting to various cells so that the table’s appearance helps the reader understand its data. At the last you'll save a table to the Quick Tables gallery.

Formatting tables
Add simple graphic elements
5 Lectures 25:19

In this video tutorial, you’ll insert a couple of photographs and resize and crop them. You’ll modify one of them and then copy the modifications to the other one. Then you’ll insert an illustration and apply an artistic effect to it.

Inserting and modifying pictures

In this video tutorial, you’ll insert a screen clipping from a website into a document.

Inserting screen clippings

In this video tutorial, you’ll draw two shapes and a text box on a drawing canvas to create a logo. Next, you’ll change the style of the shapes and the color of the text box. Then you’ll move and resize the canvas.

Drawing and modifying shapes

In this video tutorial, you’ll insert a new WordArt object, modify it, and then position it on the page. Then you’ll change the way it relates to the text on the page.

Adding WordArt text

Many books, magazines, and reports begin the first paragraph of a section or chapter by using an enlarged, decorative capital letter. Called a dropped capital, or simply a drop cap, this effect can be an easy way to give a document a finished, professional look. In this tutorial you'll add an enlarged, decorative capital first letter of the first paragtaph.

Formatting the first letter
Preview, print, and distribute documents
4 Lectures 22:02

In this video tutorial, you’ll preview a document, change the orientation, and adjust the margins.

Previewing and adjusting page layout

In this video tutorila, you’ll insert page and section breaks and ensure that the pages break in logical places.

Controlling what appears on each page

In this video tutorial, you’ll inspect a document, remove confidential information, and mark it as final.

Preparing documents for electronic distribution

In this video tutorial, you’ll first become familiar with the printer options. You’ll print part of a document and send the document as an email message attachment. Then you’ll send a PDF version of the document as an email message attachment.

Printing and sending documents
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