Microsoft Office Word 2007: Level 1

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Many new users of Word have learned to use the program by trial and error. Just when you had mastered Word 2003 you upgraded to Word 2007 and everything is different. This course will help you understand the new interface. It will give practical examples of how and why you would use the features in your role. You will also get plenty of tips for using shortcuts to complete your familiar tasks.
Students should be familiar with using personal computers and have used a mouse and keyboard. You should be comfortable in the Windows environment and be able to use Windows to manage information on your computer. Specifically, you should be able to launch and close programs; navigate to information stored on the computer; and manage files and folders. Students should have completed the following courses or possess equivalent knowledge before starting with this course:
Windows XP Professional: Level 1
Windows XP Professional: Level 2
Windows XP: Introduction
Windows 2000: Introduction
Creating a Basic Document :
Explore the User Interface
Open and View a Document
Customize the Word Environment
Obtain Help
Enter Text
Save a Document
Preview and Print a Document
Editing a Document :
Navigate and Select Text in a Document
Insert, Delete, or Rearrange Text
Undo Changes
Search and Replace Text

Formatting Text :
Change Font Appearance
Highlight Text
Formatting Paragraphs :
Set Tabs to Align Text
Control Paragraph Layout
Add Borders and Shading
Apply Styles
Create Lists
Manage Formatting
Adding Tables :
Create a Table
Modify the Table Structure
Format a Table
Convert Text to a Table or Tables to Text
Inserting Graphic Objects :
Add Visual Effects Using Symbols and Special Characters
Insert Illustrations

Controlling Page Appearance :
Control Page Layout
Apply a Page Border and Color
Add Watermarks
Add Headers and Footers
Proofing a Document :
Check Spelling, Grammar and Word Count
Enhance Textual Meaning Using the Thesaurus
Customize AutoCorrect Options