Microsoft Word 2013

Course Info:

Course Introduction

In Microsoft Word 2013 Level 1 course, students learn to create, navigate, and organize documents and use the help functions. They learn to edit and manipulate text, view and format documents, and use Word’s predefined functions. Students use the Find and Replace feature, use proofreading tools, create, format and modify tables and reports, work with hyperlinks, and learn how to preview and print a document.

The Word 2013 – Level 2 course teaches students intermediate to advanced-level concepts and features of the Microsoft Word 2013 application. In this course students learn to use mail merge, use bibliographic citations and sources in a document, create and modify bibliographies, incorporate footnotes and endnotes into a document, and generate a table of figures. They learn to insert, modify, and format pictures, clip art, media, text boxes, forms, and shapes. They also learn how to use section breaks, building blocks, templates, multiple headers and footers, create a table of contents and index, and use themes and style sets.

The Microsoft Word 2013 – Level 3 course teaches students advanced-level concepts and features of the Microsoft Word 2013 application. In this course students learn to prepare documents for collaborating with others, and protect documents using passwords and digital signatures. Students learn to use Word’s review features to track changes, compare, merge, and manage multiple document versions and revisions from multiple authors. They learn to customize Word options, modify document properties, and automate task using macros. They also learn about the features that allow Word to interact with other Office programs.

Students accomplish the learning objectives for each lesson through a series of hands-on tasks, for which they are given step-by-step instructions and desired result checkpoints. The tasks provide ample opportunity for students to practice, apply, and develop the skills covered in the course. Review questions are included at the end of each lesson to measure progress and reinforce the skills learned. There are also exam preparation exercises at the end of the course to provide further practice and review to reinforce the topics learned throughout the course, and to help prepare students for the exam.

Course Prerequisites

Introduction to Windows course, or equivalent.

Course Notes

Course manual is provided for on-going reference. There is a final exam upon completion of the course. Participants who receive 75% or higher on their exam will receive a certificate.

Course Breakdown

Level 1:

Lesson 1: Starting Word; Working with the Word 2013 Interface; Saving and Exiting

Lesson 2: Inserting Text; Editing Text

Lesson 3: Typing a Memorandum; Page Breaks and Proofreading; Formatting and Using Find and Replace; Navigating and Saving

Lesson 4: Formatting Reports; Indenting Text and Using Custom Tab Stops; Using Numbered and Bulleted Lists; Formatting; Reference Tools

Lesson 5: Tables; Formatting and Sorting; Performing Calculations & Sizing; Selecting Data & Cells

Exam Preparation Exercises

Glossary

Level 2:

Lesson 1: Research Paper Styles; Bibliographies and Captions; Working with Templates

Lesson 2: Introducing Mail Merge; Working with the Data Source; Main Documents and Merging; Merging Envelopes and Lables

Lesson 3: Section Breaks and WordArt; Inserting Media; Columns and Building Blocks; Themes, Styles and View

Lesson 4: Working with Shapes; Working with SmartArt; Formatting and Working With Forms

Lesson 5: Creating a Table of Contents; Working with Multiple; Headers and Footers; Creating an Index; Adding Cross- References; Managing Long Documents

Exam Preparation Exercises

Glossary

Level 3:

Lesson 1: Using a Highlighter; Tracking Changes to Documents; Reviewing Tracked Changes; Saving and Sending Files; Reviewing Changes from Multiple Reviewers; Using AutoSave and AutoRecover; Introducing SkyDrive and Office Web Apps

Lesson 2: Preparing Documents for Sharing; Controlling Document Access; Attaching Digital Signatures to Documents

Lesson 3: Customizing Word Options; Using Document Properties; Automating Word Tasks Using Macros; Using the VBA Editor to Edit Macros

Lesson 4: Embedding and Linking Excel Objects; Creating Web Pages from Word Documents; Using Excel as a Mail Merge Data Source

Exam Preparation Exercises

Glossary

Course Aim:

To provide an overview and introduction to Microsoft Word 2013 and its usage within the Windows environment.

Of interest to:

Those interested in creating, editing, and formatting documents within a word processing environment.

Method of Delivery:

Integrated Learning™ System (ILSPlus) training facilitated by Academy of Learning College facilitators.

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