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Word 2010 is Microsoft's word-processing program, designed to help you create, edit, format and present professional-quality documents. Our instructors provide expert, straight-forward, user-friendly training to help you tackle Word 2010 the way you want to learn.
Explore the Word 2010 window and get acquainted with the Ribbon toolbar Format, review, and edit text. Change text alignments and paragraph spacing Add headers and footers and insert page breaks Include graphics and use tables and charts in your Word documents.
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In this lesson you will begin getting familiar with Word. This will include how to Work with Commands, how to enter text and how to work with the mini toolbar.
When you click on the File tab it automatically opens the backstage view. The backstage view has a variety of commands and actions that allow you to manage your file and program options. These options include opening, saving, and printing your document.
We just learned how to use keyboard shortcuts to access commands in the Ribbon, now let’s learn how to select commands with the Mouse.
In this lesson you will learn how to manage documents. This will include how to compare documents side by side, how to set options for saving a document, and how to save a document in the PDF or XPS format.
When saving your Word document you may choose to save it in the Word 97-2003 format. This ensures that people who do not use Microsoft Word 2010 will still be able to view your files.
Sometimes it you may find it helpful to compare two documents side by side in Word to see their similarities and differences.
Sometimes you may want to make sure none of your personal information is included in a document before sharing it with others.
Once you have marked a document as final, it becomes a read only file. This means you are unable to make further changes to it or inspect it.
In this lesson you will learn how to edit text. This will include how to move or copy text, how to switch document views, and how to insert a symbol.
Inserting blank lines in your text is a good way to break up information or start a new paragraph.
The Bookmark feature in Word is a feature that allows you to mark a location in your document so you can later return to it easily.
We have already learned how to cut copy and paste text within an existing document, now let’s learn how to copy or move text from another document.
Once you move or copy information, Word allows you to choose the formatting that is applied when it is placed in its new location.
If you have Heading-styled text, you can use the Navigation pane to navigate through the document.
Working with complex Equations in Word is simple and easy with the help of the Equation Tools Design Tab.
We have already learned how to set options for actions, but now let’s go over how to use additional actions, or Smart Tags.
In this lesson you will learn how to proofread in Word. This will include how to automatically correct mistakes, how to add comments to a document, and how to review tracked changes.
Sometimes when you are writing a document, you may want to know how many words it is. You can find the number of words in a document by using the Word Count Feature.
The Quick Parts tool is a great feature that allows you to store insert phrases you use frequently.
While typing a document, you may decide you would like to substitute certain words. The thesaurus helps you do just that by displaying a list of words with similar meanings or a word with the opposite meaning.
When more than one person works on a particular document, it can be helpful to keep track of changes that are made.
In this lesson you will learn how to format text. This will include how apply text effect, how to change text color, and how to copy text formatting.
If you are working with trademarks or symbols you may find you would like to write text below or above the regular line of text. You can do this using the superscript or subtext features in Word.
Applying text effects is a great way to draw the reader’s eye in, as well as enhance the overall design of a document.
It may be helpful to highlight text in a document in order to draw attention to important points.
In this lesson you will learn how to format paragraphs. This will include how to indent paragraphs, how to hide or display the ruler, and how to modify a style.
In this lesson, you’ll see the impact of changes. You’ll also learn how to undo them, if needed. Bullets or numbers are great ways to present lists of information in your document. You should use numbers when the items in a list follow a particular order and bullets when they do not.
You can indent paragraphs in your document from the right or left margins. You can also indent just the first line of a paragraph, or all lines but the first line.
Using tabs is a good way to make sure information lines up correctly when using columns.
If you want, Word can mark formatting inconsistencies in your document with a wavy blue line. For each inconsistency Word will offer a suggestion to make the formatting more consistent. This will help give your document a more professional look.
Word allows you compare and match one section’s formatting to another’s which helps ensure a consistent format throughout the document.
We have already learned how to compare and match formatting to maintain consistency; but you can also do the same with styles.
In this lesson you will begin learning how to format pages. This will include how to insert a section break, how to add a footnote, and how to generate a table of contents.
You can control the placement of automatic page breaks that Word inserts when you fill a page with text.
You can insert a section break in your document to create different margins, headers, footers, page alignment and other format settings.
If you are having your document proof read, it can be a good idea to add line numbers to the left of every line. This helps the proofreader refer to specific lines of your document during their review.
Headers appear at the top of the page and Footers appear at the bottom of a page. You can add a variety of information in both the header and footer.
Footnotes are important to include in a document if you’d like to provide additional information about a topic, or cite a reference.
Since footnotes and endnote are so similar, you can easily convert a footnote to an endnote or an endnote to a footnote.
You can add a watermark to your document to protect information, add an official logo, or just enhance the design.
In this lesson you will learn how to Print Documents. This will include how to set up labels to print, how to print an envelope, and how to different paper sizes.
If your printer supports printing envelopes, Word can print a delivery and return address on an envelope for you.
In this lesson you will begin learning how to create charts and tables. This will include how to set cell margins, how to resize a table and how to format a table.
After creating a table, you may decide you’d like to move it to a new location.
If you need to, you can adjust the margins in table cells to make the information more legible.
If you have more information in one cell than you intended, it may be helpful to split the cell into two or more cells.
If you’d like to make your text look more uniform, you can align it with the top, bottom, left, right or center of a cell.
If you’d like to enhance your table design, you can format it with a variety of styles and settings.
In this lesson you will begin working with graphics. This will include how to add a shape, how to crop a picture and how to rotate a graphic.
Word offers a large selection of clip art you can use to enhance the design of your document, or support specific information.
After inserting a shape, clip art, picture or other design element, you may find you’d like to move or resize it to better fit your document.
After inserting a picture into your document, you may need to improve the brightness or contrast. You can do this quickly and easily with the Picture Tools tab.
If you would like to add depth to a picture or drawing you can do so simply by including a shadow.
In addition to changing the style of a graphic, you can also change the color of the style outline.
The SmartArt feature allows you to add a variety of diagrams to your document such as organizational charts or process diagrams.
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