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Microsoft Word 2013 Introduction Training

In this Microsoft Word 2013 Introduction Training course students will learn how to create and save Word documents, insert and format text, create tables in a Word document, add headers and footers to a page and work with graphics and clip art.More Details

Microsoft Word 2013 Intermediate Training

In this Microsoft Word 2013 Intermediate Training course students will learn how to work with character styles and document outlines, apply table formatting and styles, use SmartArt and WordArt in a document, use section breaks, page numbers and watermarks, protect a document and create mail merges.More Details

Microsoft Word 2013 Advanced Training

In this Microsoft Word 2013 Advanced Training course, students will learn how to create interactive forms in Microsoft Word, build a table of contents and create indexes and footnotes, use building blocks and master documents, and create macros and VBA code to automate a Word document.More Details

Microsoft Word 2010 Introduction Training

In this Microsoft Word 2010 Introduction Training course students will learn how to create and save Word documents, insert and format text, create tables in a Word document, add headers and footers to a page and work with graphics and clip art.More Details

Microsoft Word 2010 Intermediate Training

In this Microsoft Word 2010 Intermediate Training course students will learn how to work with styles and outlines, sections and columns and how to format tables in Word. They will also see how to create mailing labels and print envelopes. In addition, students will learn how to create a more visually appealing document by using templates and building blocks, graphics and diagrams and other drawing tools. Finally students will learn how to track changes in a document using versioning.More Details

Microsoft Word 2010 Advanced Training

In this Microsoft Word 2010 Advanced Training course, students will learn how to create form letters and perform mail merges, work with macros to automate common tasks, protect forms and secure documents, and work with a table of contents, index and bookmarks in a Word document.More Details