Advanced Word

Event Details

Wednesday, 18 March, 2020 -
09:30 to 16:00
Carrowbreck House, 7 Carrowbreck Road, Norwich, NR6 5FA
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The course is designed for users familiar with Word.

It will provide trainees with the confidence, knowledge and practical experience to use Word as a desktop publishing tool, to create, format and print professional-looking documents.

Delegates should have attended the Word Introduction course, or have equivalent Microsoft Word experience beforehand.

No equipment is necessary for you to bring to the course. Pens and note paper will be available.

Lunch provided: For full day training courses a sandwich lunch with crisps, cakes and fruit will be provided. Refreshments will be available throughout the duration of this course.

Course Content:

  • A brief recap of general Word principles
  • Font formatting
  • Paragraph formatting
  • Navigating around the document
  • Selecting text
  • Multi-level bullets and numbering
  • Creating a multi-level bulleted/numbered list
  • Changing/setting bullet points for each level
  • Formatting numbers for each level
  • Styles
  • Using styles
  • Applying styles to an existing document
  • Creating a table of contents
  • Tables
  • Selecting rows, columns and cells within a table
  • Drawing a table
  • Borders, shading and formatting in a table
  • Merging/splitting cells
  • Converting tables to text
  • Find and Replace
  • Document layout
  • Page breaks
  • Columns
  • Sections
  • Headers and Footers
  • Using sections in headers and footers
  • Page numbering
  • Inserting fields
  • Mail Merge
  • Use word to combine a database and form letter
  • Merge onto any size envelopes or labels
  • Good Working Practice
  • The Drawing Tools
  • Auto shapes
  • Layers
  • Rotation
  • Alignment
  • Grouping
  • AutoCorrect and AutoText
  • How AutoCorrect works
  • Adding AutoCorrect entries
  • Removing AutoCorrect entries
  • Using AutoText
  • An explanation of different versions

For more details, contact us on 01630 788950 or email

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