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Word 2010 Getting Started

Objective

Learn the terminology of Microsoft Word and develop the skills to create and work with basic documents.

Prerequisite Skills

Comfortable with the Windows environment.

Course Description

Are you new to Microsoft Word? Do you want to create simple letters, reports, and other documents? Do you need to edit, save, and print documents? Do you want to spell check your documents and learn to use online help?

Attend this course if you want to:

  • Learn what you can do with Microsoft Word.

  • Understand the Word interface, including the Ribbon, Backstage view, and the Quick Access toolbar.

  • Start Word and create a new document.

  • Open an existing document.

  • Understand word processing features.

  • Work with different views, and zoom in or out within a view.

  • Move around in a document using the mouse and keyboard.

  • Make changes to documents.

  • Insert, select, and format text.

  • Save documents to your hard drive or a shared network drive.

  • Insert the current date in a document.

  • Find and replace text in a document.

  • Move and copy text within your documents.

  • Use spelling and grammar check.

  • Print documents.

  • Use online Help to get quick answers to your Word questions.

Class Length

90 minutes

Delivery Options

  • Virtual classroom - dedicated (up to ten people from the same organization)
    ($480 per class; contact us for more details)

  • Virtual classroom - one on one
    (Register for a 45-minute 1-on-1 Application Support session. Cost is $70 per student per session.)

  • On-site instructor-led
    (Contact us for details)

 

   

    

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