In Word 2013 Level 2 students will learn some of the more advanced features included in this powerful word processing software. Topics covered include working with styles and outlines, designing and formatting tables, creating diagrams and shapes, completing advanced document formatting and using the collaborative features in Word.
Upon Successful completion of the class, students will be able to:
Use the Reveal Formatting task pane
Apply, create and modify paragraph and character styles
Create, organize and format a document outline
Format tables including changing borders and applying shading
Sort data in a tables, split a table and repeat a header row on multiple pages
Enter a formula in a table
Use SmartArt to create and modify a diagram
Insert shapes in a document
Format text graphically using WordArt
Use section breaks
Insert headers, footers and page numbering
Insert and format columns
Apply background colors, fill effects, watermarks and themes
Examine and compare text formatting using the Reveal Formatting task pane
Create a style from an existing example
Manage, override and delete styles
Create a character style
Copy and export styles
Use styles to create an outline
Organize outlines and use the Navigation pane
Lesson 2: Table Formatting
Review table design options
Change table borders
Apply shading to tables and cells
Apply use and modify table styles
Sort data in a table
Repeat a header row across multiple pages
Enter a formula in a table
Lesson 3: Illustrations
Work with SmartArt graphics
Add text to a SmartArt graphic
Create and format an Organizational chart
Create, arrange and modify shapes
Use text-wrap options
Format text graphically
Use drop caps
Insert, format and link text boxes
Lesson 4: Advanced Document Formatting
Create and format sections of text by using section breaks
Insert and delete section breaks
Insert headers and footers
Insert, format and delete page numbers; Work with columns
Create a heading that spans columns
Customize a document’s appearance by applying background colors, fill effects, watermarks and themes
Lesson 5: Document Sharing
Use the Restrict Editing pane to protect a document with a password
View and edit document properties
Use track changes
Review and accept revisions
View changes by different reviewers
Merge revisions into a new document
Use the Document Inspector
Use the Accessibility Checker
Lesson 6: Mail Merge
Use the Mailings tab to create a form letter
Create a recipient list, sort records, and filter records
Create mailing-label and envelope documents by using a recipient list
This course is designed for users who are already proficient in the basics of Microsoft Word and need to learn more advanced features.
Students should be able to use Microsoft Word to create, edit, format, save, and print basic business documents containing text, tables, and graphics. Word Level 1 is the recommended prerequisite for this class.
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