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Microsoft Word 2013 Expert

This instructor-led class is held at Training Centres of Canada
330 Bay Street, suite 610. All classes start at 9am.

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There are plenty of features that the upper-level users of Microsoft Word 2013 can make use of thanks to this course. These 12 modules take users on a trip through the ins and outs of many special tools available to Word 2013 users. Covered in this course are: Creating a Bibliography, Creating References to Other Documents, Creating XML Forms, Blogging with Word, Configuring Reviewer Settings, Working with Sections, Using Building Blocks and Quick Parts, Changing Your Styles, Doing More with Styles, Working with SmartArt, Working with Equations and Advanced Macro Tasks.

Creating a Bibliography
Bibliographies are key to many professionally created documents. This module gives students a look at how to: insert citations, manage sources, choose a citation style, insert a bibliography, and update a bibliography.

Creating References to Other Documents
If you’re referencing other documents in your work, it’s a good idea to provide links to those documents as well. Students will learn in this module about: linking to another document, creating and working with a master document, creating and working with subdocuments, and how to manage subdocuments.

Creating XML Forms
Forms are very handy for use in several types of documents and creating them in Word 2013 is easy. Students will get a good grasp on XML forms in this module while looking at how to: create a form, insert controls, modify control properties, group controls, protect forms, and how to distribute forms.

Blogging with Word
Blogs get more popular every day as a medium for distributing your message to the world. Blogging with Word 2013 is very easy and is covered in depth here. This module provides students with tips on how to: create a blog post, use blogging tools, configure a blog account, and publish a blog post.

Embedding Objects in a Word Document
This module allows you to make use of Word’s ability to create cohesive documents with files from other applications. Covered in this module is how to: add text from a file, create a new object, create an object from a file, and how to link objects to a Word document.

Working with Sections
Sections are a good way to deal with organization and modifications within a document. This module looks at how to: insert section breaks, customize page setup for each section, navigate through sections, and delete sections.

Using Building Blocks and Quick Parts
Quick Parts offer lots of pre-made content that can be quickly and easily inserted into a document. In this module students are given a look at how to: insert Quick Parts, use the Building Blocks Organizer, and save Quick Parts.

Changing Your Styles
Styles are vital for ease of use in documents that require similar formatting. Teach your students in this module how to: change a style set, change a color scheme, change a font scheme, and make those changes permanent.

Doing More with Styles
Taking a look at styles is the focus of this module. Here is presented how to: create new styles from existing text, create new styles using the Task pane, modify the Quick Style gallery, use the Style Inspector, and manage your styles.

Working with SmartArt
SmartArt adds life to documents and can be easily manipulated along the way. This module will show students how to: add SmartArt, add text, add photos, move and resize SmartArt, and delete SmartArt.

Working with Equations
Equations can add another dimension to any document and is a useful feature of Word 2013. This module looks at how to: insert built-in equations, modify equations, create a custom equation, and save an equation to the gallery.

Advanced Macro Tasks
Macros save time and effort in the creation of a document and are very useful for repetitive tasks. This module gives insight into how to: copy a macro from a template, assign a macro to a keystroke, assign a macro to the Quick Access toolbar, and how to choose a macro name.


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