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This course is an second level Microsoft Word 2010 training course, the second in a series by Sonic Performance Support.
Microsoft Word is an essential program that is used in a myriad of industries throughout the world. This series of courses will assist you to be proficient while using Microsoft Word. Knowing the features of Microsoft Word will help you to be more efficient and productive in the workplace.
In this course, students will create complex documents and build personalized efficiency tools using Microsoft Office Word 2010.
Our Microsoft courses help you to prepare for the official Microsoft Office Specialist exam.
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Intro Word IntermediatePreview
|Section 1: Managing Lists|
Managing Lists - OverviewPreview
|In a brainstorming session, you write down various key points. It might make sense afterwards to put these in the right order. In this video you'll learn how to sort lists in Word.|
|Bullets and numbering help you to display your content more clearly. These cannot however be linked with the individual headlines in the document. The headlines first have to be linked to so-called lists. In this video you'll learn how to create multilevel lists with Word 2010.|
|Section 2: Customizing Tables and Charts|
Customizing Tables and Charts - OverviewPreview
|You can sort your content within the Word table with very little effort, and put it in the right order. In this video you'll learn how to sort your data in a table.|
|If a table is to have a main heading, it can be a sensible solution to combine several cells. In this video you'll learn how to combine several cells.|
|Once you've created a table, it obviously has to be filled with data.In this video you'll learn how to input data into a Word table.|
|Sometimes it can be a good idea to write the text in a table vertically, because there isn't enough space for writing it normally (horizontally). In this video you'll learn how to change the text direction within a table.|
|If you have to calculate the sum as overall result in Word table, for example, you can do this directly, using a formula. In this video you'll learn how to perform calculations within a Word table.|
|In MS Word 2010 it's easy to create interesting and extremely useful diagrams to improve the presentation of your content, without a lot of effort. In this video you'll learn how to create a diagram in Word.|
|If you've created more than one diagram in a Word document, it makes sense to label them, in order, for example to create a label index. In this video you'll learn how to add labels to a diagram.|
|Section 3: Creating Customized Formats with Styles and Themes|
Creating Customized Formats with Styles and Themes - OverviewPreview
|Create your own really individual lists and tables in MS Word 2010. In this video you'll learn how to create user-defined lists and tables.|
|Section 4: Modifying Pictures|
Modifying Pictures - OverviewPreview
|Word offers us numerous different objects, but only rarely does the default formatting of the objects completely satisfy your requirements. In this video you'll learn how to format objects inserted or created in MS Word.|
|If large graphics are used in Word documents, the file can become very large and difficult to handle, since it requires a lot of RAM memory. For this reason, compress your images to reduce the file size. In this video you'll learn how to compress images.|
|In Word 2010 it's quite simple and easy to insert and process screenshots. In this video you'll learn how to insert a screenshot and format it.|
|Section 5: Creating Customized Graphic Elements|
Creating Customized Graphic Elements - OverviewPreview
|In Word 2010 you can define special entry forms so that the user can enter the content straightaway in the right place. In this video you'll learn how to create and edit text boxes.|
|In this video you'll learn how to create a text field and/or page field in Word and align this on the page.|
|Word 2010 contains a large collection of various graphic elements. Use them in order to create individual and unique drawings. In this video you'll learn how to create and edit drawings in MS Word.|
|Design your documents in a particularly interesting and creative fashion. Make use of the possibility of making your own drawings, banners, etc. In this video you'll learn how to work with drawing elements in Word 2010.|
|Use WordArt objects to display the content in a particularly interesting way. In this video you'll learn how to use WordArt objects.|
|You may have often wondered how you create initials (large letters) at the beginning of a paragraph. In this video you'll learn how to work with initials in Word.|
|Word 2010 offers you an excellent collection of readymade templates for creating graphics representing a cyclus or process flow. In this video you'll learn how to use SmartArt objects.|
|Section 6: Inserting Content Using Quick Parts|
Inserting Content Using Quick Parts - OverviewPreview
|Use the Quick Part function in Word to have recurring content, e.g. text/header/footer or other content close at hand if you need them. In this video you'll learn how to create and insert Quick Parts.|
|Quick parts are a great help, but what do you do if they are not longer up to date, or no longer needed at all? In this video you'll learn how to to edit and delete existing Quick Parts.|
|You can save yourself a lot of work with MS Word if you use quick parts and field functions in a sensible and specifically targeted way. In this video you'll learn how to create fields and quick parts.|
Summary Quick Parts
|Section 7: Controlling Text Flow|
Controlling Text Flow - OverviewPreview
|If you want to ensure that a new paragraph is created at certain points, you'll have to study the advanced paragraph formats. In this video you'll learn how to work with specific paragraph checking formats.|
|In some cases we need both portrait and landscape formats for displaying the pages. Sometimes, however, we have a situation where several different headers or footers are to be used in a document. The solution lies in the use of so-called sections. In this video you'll learn how to use insert or delete section breaks in Word 2010.|
|Writing a text in columns is an especially interesting format. In this video you'll learn how to split your text into columns.|
Summary Section Break
|Section 8: Using Templates to Automate Document Creation|
Using Templates to Automate Document Creation - OverviewPreview
|Document templates are prefabricated letters that can considerably alleviate the creation of new documents. In Word there is a very large collection of document templates like this, which you can use to create new letters. In this video you'll learn how to use the document templates in Word 2010.|
|You can not only access already existing documents in Word to create letters. You can also set up completely new templates of your own for your own personal use. In this video you'll learn how to create, edit and save document templates.|
|Section 9: Automating the Mail Merge|
Automating the Mail Merge - OverviewPreview
|A form letter is often created for larger-sized mailing campaigns, which is then sent to several different persons. Before this can be dispatched, however, it ought to be prepared first. In this video you'll learn how to prepare a mail merge document.|
|Merge fields represent so-called placeholders. Word then inserts the correct data in their place at a later point. In this video you'll learn how to insert the merge field in a document.|
|If you have finished writing the main document of the form letter, this has to be linked with a data source. This ought to be prepared for mail merge before it is linked with the main form letter document. In this video you'll learn how to prepare the list of recipients for creating a form letter.|
|Labels and/or envelopes have to be prepared and printed for a mail merge. In this video you'll learn how to print envelopes and labels.|
Summary Mail Merge
|Section 10: Using Macros to Automate Tasks|
Using Macros to Automate Tasks - OverviewPreview
|Use the possibilities and potential offered by macros, and create your own macros in MS Word. In this video you'll learn how to create macros.|
|If you have repetitive tasks you'd like to deal with automatically,
macros could be quite useful to you. In this video you'll learn how to
work with macros.
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