Introduction to Microsoft Word for Windows
The purpose of this course is to enable the students to perform the most essential word processing functions quickly and easily, to ensure immediate productivity, and to set up a word processing project most effectively. CIC has isolated the "Big Ten" functions of word processing--based on experience with hundreds of features in scores of word processors--those ten most important skills someone must know in order to complete a word processing task, from start-up through editing to printing. Participants do enjoyable and educational hands-on exercises to practice the "Big Ten" functions to ensure immediate productivity. Other functions can be demonstrated depending on the students' particular needs and skills, such as Word's spelling checker, macros, and column formatting. More than 70% of this course is hands-on use of Word.
After completing this course, a participant will be able to: Perform the "Big Ten" basic functions for normal use including:
1. Calling up / Creating a document
4. Quick cursor movement
5. Formatting paragraphs
6. Saving and exiting
8. Emphasizing / enhancing text
9. Block functions - Manipulating blocks (copy, move)
10. Search and replacing
* Headers, footers, footnotes, and page numbering;
* Cutting & Pasting from other Windows software;,
* Know how to get "help" from Word, and how to learn more advanced
functions and features; Target Audience: This course is useful for professional, managerial and administrative personnel. Familiarity with the basics of microcomputer use is recommended but not required.