Microsoft Office Word 2016 - Advanced

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This advanced course is designed to help power users leverage Microsoft Word to collaborate on documents and secure information. This course also covers techniques for creating complex documents, such as forms or documents that require reference pages.
This course assumes participants have completed our Intermediate Word 2016 course or has equivalent knowledge.
By the end of this course, students should be comfortable with using Microsoft Word's tools to facilitate collaboration and document versioning. Students will also learn how to create reference pages and manage long documents. As well, participants will learn how to create forms using Microsoft Word.
Modify User Information:
Viewing File Properties
User Information
Share a Document:
Sharing Options
Presenting Documents Online
Configuring a Blog Account
Creating a Blog Post
Publishing a Blog Post
Work with Comments:
Inserting Comments
Editing Comments
Replying to Comments
Marking Comments Done
Navigating Through Comments
Deleting Comments
Compare Document Changes:
Legal Blackline
Comparison Settings
Accepting and Rejecting Changes
Review a Document:
Track Changes
Turn Track Changes On and Off
Markup Views
Track Changes Options
The Track Changes Indicator
Reviewing Changes
Merge Document Changes:
Combining Modifications from Multiple Reviewers
Revisions Pane
Resolving Style Conflicts
Coauthor Documents:
Sharing Documents Online
Editing a Shared File
Sharing Your Changes
Add Captions:
Adding Captions
Caption Dialog Box
Add Cross-References:
Adding Cross-References
Cross-Reference Dialog Box
Updating Cross-References
Add Bookmarks:
Adding Bookmarks
Bookmark Dialog Box
Bookmark Formatting Marks
Hidden Bookmarks
Add Hyperlinks:
Adding Hyperlinks
Insert Hyperlink Dialog Box
Options in the Link To Panel
Edit Hyperlink Dialog Box
Insert Footnotes and Endnotes:
Footnotes and Endnotes
Inserting Footnotes and Endnotes
The Footnote and Endnote Dialog Box
Navigating Using Reference Marks
ScreenTips for Footnotes and Endnotes
Add Citations:
The Source Manager Dialog Box
The Create Source Dialog Box
The Edit Source Dialog Box
Adding Citations
The Edit Citation Dialog Box
Citation and Bibliography Styles
Insert a Bibliography:
Adding a Bibliography
Updating the Bibliography
Insert Blank and Cover Pages:
Inserting Blank Pages
Inserting Cover Pages
Insert an Index:
The Mark Index Entry Dialog Box
Index Entry Field Codes
The Index Dialog Box
The Open Index AutoMark File Dialog Box
The Concordance File
The Style Dialog Box
The Modify Style Dialog Box
Updating the Index
Insert a Table of Contents:
Table of Contents
The Table of Contents Dialog Box
The Add Text Option
The Mark Table of Contents Entry Dialog Box
Updating a Table of Contents
Insert an Ancillary Table:
Ancillary Tables
The Table of Figures Dialog Box
Table of Authorities
The Mark Citation Dialog Box
The Table of Authorities Dialog Box
Field Code for a Marked Citation
Manage Outlines:
Outline View
Outline Symbols
Outline View Tools
Creating an Outline
Promoting and Demoting Sections
Create a Master Document:
Master Documents
Benefits of Master Documents
Creating a Master Document
Creating Subdocuments
Master Document Group
Managing Subdocuments
Suppress Information:
Suppress Sensitive Information
Hidden Text
Remove Personal Information from a Document
The Document Inspector Dialog Box
Set Editing Restrictions:
Mark as Final
The Restrict Editing Task Pane
Protected View
Add a Digital Signature to a Document:
Digital Certificates
Digital Signatures
The Signature Line
Digitally Signing a Document
The Signatures Task Pane
Requested Signatures
Valid Signatures
Restrict Document Access:
Applying a Document Password
Changing the Document Password
Removing the Document Password
Create Forms:
Plan a Form
The Controls Group
Form Controls
Design Mode
Legacy Tools
Form Field Options
Toggling Form Field Shading
Clearing Entered Data from Form Fields
Protecting a Form
Manipulate Forms:
Modifying a Control's Title Tab
Adding Help Contents to Form Fields
Form Data Conversion:
Save Form Data as a Text File
How Data is Saved
Linking the Form to a Database
Modifying Tab Order
Create a New Document Version:
Microsoft SharePoint Server
Versioning Settings
Major vs. Minor Versions
Accessing Documents Directly from a SharePoint Site
Begin Working with Document Versions
Compare Document Versions:
The Compare Feature
Compare Document Versions
Merge Document Versions:
The Combine Feature
Merge Multiple Versions of a Document