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Looking for a Microsoft Word course for beginners to experts? This online course has something for everyone, covering beginner, intermediate and advanced lessons in Word.
- 62 lessons
- Create, save and share documents.
- Apply pre-designed Styles and format text with fonts and colors.
- Work with bullets, indents and line spacing.
- Insert pictures and screenshots.
- Set up page layout for margins, columns and printing.
- Create and update an automated Table of Contents.
- Mail merge to envelopes, labels, emails and form letters.
- Add comments, track changes and compare documents.
Whether you use Word for work, study or leisure, these tutorials will help you transform that blank page into a professional looking document!
Video tutorials are recorded in Microsoft Word 2013 and 2016 for PC.
Once enrolled, our friendly support team and tutors are here to help with any course related inquiries.
Estimated study time
31h for all materials
Word Screen Elements
The Ribbon and Word Screen
An overview of the Word opening screen and Ribbon functionality.
Quick Access Toolbar
Set up the vital buttons you use most to make your work easier.
Navigating the Page
Learn how to control where you type and how to navigate within the page.
Your First Document
Learn how to enter text and save your first document.
Format text with colors and apply fonts.
Basic Letter Layout
Learn how to format a basic letter layout.
Basic Cut, Copy, Paste
Cut, copy and paste is an essential skill to help minimize re-typing text.
Essential Formatting Knowledge - The Home Ribbon
Learn how and why to apply predesigned Styles to text.
Format Text with Fonts and Colors
Learn how to apply bold, italic, underline and Drop Caps styles to text.
Quickly copy and paste “formats” with this amazing button.
Practice with the FONT Group
Learn to apply various font styles and why they are used in professional documents.
Basic Paragraph Formats
Paragraph format and alignment is important to proper document layout.
Fun and Functional Paragraph Formats
Apply background colors or borders to paragraphs.
Bullets and Numbering
Learn how to apply and control bullets and numbering.
Learn how and when to use specific indent types.
Learn why you would want more space between the lines within paragraphs and how to apply the space.
The Find/Replace Function
Learn to quickly find a word or format and replace it with an alternative.
The File Ribbon
Explore the readily available document templates rather than creating a particular document from scratch.
Learn to quickly preserve files and easily access your most used documents.
View the various ways to collaborate with others on a document.
File, Info and Security Considerations
Password Protect a file or Recover an unsaved version.
Intermediate Formatting Knowledge - The Insert Ribbon
Inserting Page Breaks and Blank Pages
Quickly force a new page at the location you specify, and/or add a blank page as well.
Add a Cover Page
Pre-designed cover pages to give a professional look to your report.
Working with Pages
Quickly move from page-to-page and view pages side-by-side.
Inserting Pictures and Clip Art
Learn how to apply and control picture sizes and placement.
Basic Use of Shapes
Learn to move and color shapes to draw attention to an area.
Learn how to capture a picture of your screen and use in a document.
Headers and Footers
Learn how to add Headers and Footers to a document.
Page Numbers and File Location Notes
Learn how to apply and control page numbers and insert file notes.
Learn this creative text format often found on flyers, and a clever “rubber stamp” to use on documents.
A necessary and interesting toolset if using creative accents, symbols, or displaying mathematical formulas.
Essential Page Layout Ribbon
Learn how to set margins to standard or custom settings.
Paper Orientation and Size
Learn how to change paper size and orientation depending on the document type.
Learn to divide text into long columns to make the best use of paper.
Learn how to control spaces between paragraphs all at one time and adjust spacing as needed.
Explore the various options within the Print dialogue box.
The View Ribbon
Learn how and why to use the different available document views.
Learn how the Nav Pane assists with document management.
Show and Zoom Controls
How to quickly add the Navigation pane and quickly zoom in and out of the document.
Use Multiple Windows
Learn about using multiple windows to view the same or various documents side-by-side.
Table of Contents
Learn to create an automated Table of Contents.
Update the Table of Contents
Learn how to update the Table of Contents when changes are a made to a document.
Mark Entry for Table of Contents
Learn to create an advanced level TOC using “Mark Entry”.
Learn to place footnotes and endnotes which link to the document text.
Citations and Bibliography
Learn to cite your sources for a college paper or report.
Learn to create and link captions to images and text.
Create an Index
Create an Index organized by topic or keyword.
Create and Apply a Style
Learn to format text and then capture it inside the Style Gallery for future use.
Rename, Modify and Remove Styles
After mastering styles, keep the Style Gallery tidy by editing or removing styles.
Learn to use the Reveal Formatting pane to look beyond surface formatting.
Selection Tool and Format Pane
Learn to use this tool when working with graphics and styles.
Envelopes and Labels
Learn how to quickly produce a printed envelope or label for postal mail.
Mail Merge to Labels
Auto-populate a sheet of labels with text pulled from a list.
Mail Merge to Envelopes
Merge mailing lists to print directly onto envelopes.
Mail Merge to Form Letters
Auto-populate a form letter with various text pulled from a list.
Mail Merge to Emails
Merge Outlook Contact lists into emails so each recipient gets a personal email.
Mail Merge Tips from Experience
Learn tips for label margins and email merges.
Learn how to spellcheck, find a better word, or count the total words in a document.
Language and Translation
Translate an existing document or set the Word program to use a different language.
Learn to place notes in the margins of a document and control those notes.
Track changes will show which person made which changes in a document.
Comparing documents takes two versions of a document and compares for changes.