MS Word 2019 – Part II

In this course, you will figure out how to make and adjust complex reports and use apparatuses that enable you to tweak those archives.

You will:

  • Organize substance utilizing tables and diagrams.
  • Modify arrangements utilizing styles and topics.
  • Addition substance utilizing Quick Parts.
  • Use layouts to computerize record arranging.
  • Control the progression of a report.
  • Streamline and oversee long archives.
  • Use mail converges to make letters, envelopes, and marks.

 

Who should learn this course?

  • Any Industry proficient
  • High School Graduate
  • College Graduate: Once you have earned a four year college education, this course could add tremendous weight to your resume while turning you into a potential candidate for any company.

1 – ORGANIZING CONTENT USING TABLES AND CHARTS

  • Point A: Sort Table Data
  • Point B: Control Cell Layout
  • Point C: Perform Calculations in a Table
  • Point D: Create a Chart
  • Point E: Add an Excel Table to a Word Document (Optional)

2 – CUSTOMIZING FORMATS USING STYLES AND THEMES

  • Point A: Create and Modify Text Styles
  • Point B: Create Custom List or Table Styles
  • Subject C: Apply Document Themes

3 – INSERTING CONTENT USING QUICK PARTS

  • Point A: Insert Building Blocks
  • Point B: Create and Modify Building Blocks
  • Point C: Insert Fields Using Quick Parts

4 – USING TEMPLATES TO AUTOMATE DOCUMENT FORMATTING

  • Point A: Create a Document Using a Template
  • Point B: Create and Modify a Template
  • Point C: Manage Templates with the Template Organizer

5 – CONTROLLING THE FLOW OF A DOCUMENT

  • Point A: Control Paragraph Flow
  • Point B: Insert Section Breaks
  • Point C: Insert Columns
  • Point D: Link Text Boxes to Control Text Flow

6 – SIMPLIFYING AND MANAGING LONG DOCUMENTS

  • Point A: Insert Blank and Cover Pages
  • Point B: Insert an Index
  • Point C: Insert a Table of Contents
  • Point D: Insert an Ancillary Table
  • Point E: Manage Outlines
  • Point F: Create a Master Document

7 – USING MAIL MERGE TO CREATE LETTERS, ENVELOPES, AND LABELS

  • Point A: Use Mail Merge
  • Point B: Merge Envelopes and Labels

The actual course layout may differ from courses that are currently offered. Contact your business delegate for further details.