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Overview

6.0 Credits

This course guides you through opening, creating, formatting, previewing, printing, and saving text documents.

Objectives

  • Identify ways to start Word, create a Word document, and add or remove text
  • Identify ways to save, close, and reopen a document
  • Select methods to work with multiple documents and change the document view
  • Select document navigation methods
  • Recognize how to preview and print a document
  • Select and modify Word options; get help in Word
  • Identify ways to select text
  • Recognize ways to format text characters
  • Cut, copy, and paste techniques
  • Identify ways to find and replace text and formatting
  • Select the proofing tools
  • Identify how to change page orientation and margins
  • Select line spacing, paragraph alignment, and paragraph indentation options
  • Recognize ways to create bulleted and numbered lists
  • Select ways to insert page numbers, headers and footers, and manual page breaks
  • Identify how to apply styles and how to change the document theme and style set

Major Topics

  • Identify ways to start Word; create a new Word document; add and remove text
  • Identify ways to save, close, and reopen a document
  • Select methods to work with multiple documents and change the document view
  • Select document navigation methods
  • Recognize how to preview and print a document
  • Select and modify Word options; get help in Word
  • Identify ways to select text
  • Recognize ways to format text characters
  • Cut, copy, and paste techniques
  • Identify ways to find and replace text and formatting
  • Select the proofing tools
  • Identify how to change page orientation and margins
  • Select line spacing, paragraph alignment, and paragraph indentation options
  • Recognize ways to create bulleted and numbered lists
  • Select ways to insert page numbers, headers and footers, and page breaks
  • Identify how to apply styles and how to change the document theme and style set

Designed For

New Word users or experienced Word users switching from earlier versions