Microsoft Word 365 - Advanced

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Overview

Ready to upgrade your Microsoft Word 365 skills, or simply need a refresher? In 22 engaging lessons, this online course will help you learn and master advanced Word tools, so you can efficiently create organized and easy-to-navigate documents.

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:

  • Create custom formatting styles. 
  • Use Track Changes to monitor edits to your document.
  • Craft personalized letters to multiple recipients using Mail Merge.
  • Generate and update an automated Table of Contents. 
  • Insert academic citations from within the References tab.

Whether you use Microsoft Word 365 for work, study, or leisure, these tutorials will help you transform that blank page into a professional-looking document!

If you’re new to Word, try our Basic course. If you'd like to conquer it all at once, the Microsoft Word 365 Basic and Advanced course will help you quickly meet your goals.

Once enrolled, our friendly support team and tutors are here to help with any course-related inquiries.

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Summary

Skill level: Intermediate
Certificate: Yes
Lessons: 22
Accredited by: CPD
Pre-requisites: Microsoft Word 365 - Basic
Versions supported: 365, 2021, 2019
Video duration: 1h 39m
Estimated study time: 11h for all materials

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Syllabus

1

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Table of Contents

Learn to create an automated Table of Contents.

2

Update the Table of Contents

Learn how to update the Table of Contents when changes are made to a document.

3

Mark Entry for Table of Contents

Learn to create an advanced-level Table of Contents using “Mark Entry”.

4

Footnotes

Learn to place footnotes and endnotes which link to the document text.

5

Citations and Bibliography

Learn to cite your sources for a college paper or report.

6

Using Captions

Learn to create and link captions to images and text.

7

Create an Index

Create an Index organized by topic or keyword.

1

Create and Apply a Style

Learn to format text and save the style inside the Style Gallery for future use.

2

Rename, Modify, and Remove Styles

After mastering styles, keep the Style Gallery tidy by editing or removing styles.

3

Reveal Formatting

Learn to use the Reveal Formatting pane to look beyond surface formatting.

4

Selection Tool and Format Pane

Learn to use this tool when working with graphics and styles.

1

Envelopes and Labels

Learn how to quickly produce a printed envelope or label for postal mail.

2

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Mail Merge to Labels

Auto-populate a sheet of labels with text pulled from a list.

3

Mail Merge to Envelopes

Merge mailing lists to print directly onto envelopes.

4

Mail Merge to Form Letters

Auto-populate a form letter with various fields pulled from a list.

5

Mail Merge to Emails

Merge Outlook Contact lists into emails so each recipient gets a personal email.

6

Mail Merge Tips from Experience

Learn tips for label margins and ensure your labels print perfectly.

1

Proofing

Learn how to spellcheck, find a better word, or count the total words in a document.

2

Language and Translation

Translate an existing document or set the Word program to use a different language.

3

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Comments

Learn to place notes in the margins of a document and control those notes.

4

Track Changes

Track changes will show which person made which changes in a document.

5

Compare Documents

Comparing documents takes two versions of a document and compares for changes.

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