Word 2016 - Level 2

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(Course eligible for SATVs)

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The Microsoft Word 2016 – Level 2  aims to enhance existing skills by covering more specific documentation creation aspects such as organising content using tables, customising formats using styles and themes, using quick parts, creating and using templates, controlling flow of document, managing long documents and mail merge to create letters

  • Creating a Table From Text
  • Aligning Data in Cells
  • Displaying Table Gridlines
  • Inserting Formulas Into a Table
  • Updating Formulas in a Table
  • Sorting Table Data
  • Merging Table Cells
  • Splitting Table Cells
  • Understanding Table Properties
  • Aligning Tables
  • Changing the Direction of Text
  • Repeating Heading Rows
  • Converting a Table to Text
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Styles
  • Applying Paragraph Styles
  • Applying Character Styles
  • Creating a Quick Style
  • Creating a Paragraph Style
  • Creating a Character Style
  • Applying Custom Styles
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding the Modify Style Dialog Box
  • Selecting and Updating Styles
  • Renaming and Deleting Styles
  • Importing and Exporting Styles
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Themes
  • Applying a Theme
  • Modifying Theme Colours
  • Modifying Theme Fonts
  • Creating a Custom Theme
  • Applying a Theme to a Template
  • Resetting a Theme
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Building Blocks
  • AutoText Versus Quick Parts
  • Inserting a Building Block
  • Creating Quick Parts
  • Saving Building Blocks
  • Inserting Quick Parts
  • Editing Building Blocks
  • Deleting Building Blocks
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Data
  • Understanding Fields
  • The Field Dialog Box
  • Inserting a Document Information Field
  • Setting Field Properties
  • Showing and Hiding Field Codes
  • Showing and Hiding Field Shading
  • Inserting Formula Fields
  • Inserting a Date and Time Field
  • Updating Fields Automatically When Printing
  • Locking and Unlocking Fields
  • Applying a Number Format
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Templates
  • Using a Sample Template
  • Downloading an Online Template
  • Creating a Template
  • Modifying a Template
  • Using a Custom Template
  • Attaching a Template to a Document
  • Copying Styles Between Templates
  • Creating a Template From a Template
  • Tips for Developing Templates
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Section Breaks
  • Inserting a Next Page Section Break
  • Inserting a Continuous Section Break
  • Inserting an Even Page Section Break
  • Inserting an Odd Page Section Break
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Columns
  • Creating Columns of Text
  • Specifying Column Widths and Spacing
  • Inserting Column Breaks
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Linking Text Boxes
  • Modifying Text Box Margins
  • Changing Text Direction
  • Applying Effects to Text Boxes
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Paragraph Formatting
  • Understanding Text Alignment
  • Changing Text Alignments
  • Changing Line Spacing
  • Changing Paragraph Spacing
  • Indenting Paragraphs
  • Outdenting Paragraphs
  • Starting a Bulleted List
  • Adding Bullets to Existing Paragraphs
  • Removing Existing Bullets
  • Starting a Numbered List
  • Numbering Existing Paragraphs
  • Creating a Multilevel List
  • Removing Existing Numbers
  • Borders and Shading Dialog Box
  • Shading Paragraphs
  • Applying Borders to Paragraphs
  • The Paragraph Dialog Box Indents and Spacing
  • The Paragraph Dialog Box Line and Page Breaks
  • Using the Paragraph Dialog Box
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Data
  • Understanding Indexing
  • Marking Index Entries
  • Creating an AutoMark File
  • Marking Index Entries With an AutoMark File
  • Removing Marked Entries
  • Generating an Index
  • Modifying the Index Format
  • Updating an Index
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Tables of Contents
  • Inserting a Table of Contents
  • Navigating With a Table of Contents
  • Updating Page Numbers
  • Updating a Table of Contents
  • Customising a Table of Contents
  • Formatting a Table of Contents
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Master Documents
  • Understanding Subdocuments
  • Creating a Master Document
  • Creating Subdocuments
  • Working With Master Document Views
  • Inserting Subdocuments
  • Formatting a Master Document
  • Editing Subdocuments
  • Merging Subdocuments
  • Splitting Subdocuments
  • Deleting Subdocuments
  • Building a Table of Contents
  • Printing a Master Document
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Understanding Mail Merge
  • Understanding the Mail Merge Process
  • Creating a Recipient List
  • Creating the Starting Document
  • Starting the Mail Merge Wizard
  • Selecting a Recipient List
  • Inserting Mail Merge Fields
  • Previewing the Merged Documents
  • Completing the Merge
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Data
  • Understanding Recipient Lists
  • Creating a Recipient List
  • Customising the Columns
  • Adding Records
  • Deleting Records
  • Saving a Recipient List
  • Opening a Recipient List
  • Editing a Recipient List
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Data
  • Understanding Merging From Scratch
  • Selecting the Document Type
  • Selecting the Recipients
  • Inserting the Date
  • Inserting an Address Block
  • Inserting the Greeting Line
  • Typing the Letter
  • Inserting Individual Merge Fields
  • Previewing the Merge
  • Completing the Merge
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Sample
  • Setting Up Mailing Labels
  • Completing Mailing Labels
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Workspace
  • Running a Saved Merge
  • Excluding Recipients
  • Filtering Recipients
  • Sorting Recipients
  • Selecting Another Data Source
  • Applying an if Then Else Rule
  • Applying a Fill in Rule
  • Challenge Exercise
  • Challenge Exercise Data

Microsoft Word 2016 - Level 2 assumes a basic understanding of the software. It would also be beneficial to have a general understanding of personal computers and the Windows operating system environment.

Key Participants Benefit

At the completion of this course you should be able to work with:

  • use table features to improve the layout and format of tables
  • create and apply styles
  • manage styles in a document or template
  • create and work effectively with themes
  • create and use building blocks
  • understand, insert and work with fields in a document
  • create and use templates
  • learn how to work with section breaks
  • create and format columns
  • manage and manipulate text boxes
  • format paragraphs
  • create and work with an index in a document
  • create and work with a table of contents
  • create and work with master documents
  • use the Mail Merge Wizard to perform mail merges
  • create and edit recipient lists
  • perform a mail merge from scratch
  • produce address labels from a mailing list
  • customise mail merges

In this course, you will learn to create and modify complex documents and use tools that allow you to customise those documents. You will: Organise content using tables and charts. Customise formats using styles and themes. Insert content using quick parts. Use templates to automate document formatting. Control the flow of a document. Simplify and manage long documents. Use mail merge to create letters, envelopes, and labels.

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