Microsoft Word 2013 Video Training DVD Course


Microsoft Word 2013 Video Training DVD Course

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Microsoft Office Word 2013 Video Training - Basic, Intermediate and Advance Level

 Benefits of Microsoft Word 2013 Training

If you spend most of your work day in front of a computer, you probably spend a fair amount of time using Microsoft Word, one of the leading word processors. But do you really know how to use the software?

With the release of Office 2013, Microsoft rolled out a major redesign. These new changes are particularly evident in Microsoft Word 2013. Upon upgrading to the new version, you'll immediately see that things have changed. Now is the perfect time to enroll in a Microsoft Word 2013 training course. Not only can you learn about the changes before you get too frustrated, you can also finally move beyond the basics of the software.

With a good self-study Microsoft Word 2013 training program such as a computer based or video based course, you can learn about the changes and where to find your favorite MS Word tools as well as move on to the features you've always wanted to learn about but never got around to.

Whether you want to learn how to apply styles to make your documents look better overall or learn how to track revisions, you can find a Microsoft Word 2013 training course to match your current abilities and take you to the next level.

Word is loaded with tools designed to make your workload lighter. By learning what these tools are and how to use them, you can save time and reduce redundancy. For example, the References tab is packed with tools for inserting indexes, footnotes, captions, tables of contents, citations, and bibliographies. With the proper self-study Microsoft Word 2013 tutorial training, you can better manage your sources and instantly create linked, properly formatted citations, tables, and indexes. Why enter this information manually when the software is set up to do it for you with just a few clicks of the mouse?

Take your Word skills to the next level and impress yourself, your coworkers, and your boss!

Microsoft Word 2013 Basic

1.0 Basic Word Elements
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Starting Word and Logging In
1.3 Learning the Ribbon and the Backstage
1.4 Adjusting the Quick Access Toolbar
1.5 Creating and Opening Documents
1.6 Saving and Sharing Documents
1.7 Closing a Document and Existing Word
1.8 Summary

2.0 Basic Word Details
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The Show/Hide Button
2.3 Scrolling With and Without Scroll Bars
2.4 Using Different Views
2.5 Setting up the Page Layout
2.6 Typing Text
2.7 Using Auto Correct and Setting Options
2.8 Inserting Page Breaks
2.9 Summary

3.0 Editing Text
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Selecting Text
3.3 Modifying and Deleting Text
3.4 Finding and Replacing Text
3.5 Using Cut, Copy and Paste
3.6 Using Drag and Drop
3.7 Undoing and Redoing Actions
3.8 Summary

4.0 Preparing to Print and Printing
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Spelling a Document
4.3 Using the Thesaurus and Other Tools
4.4 Adding Page Backgrounds
4.5 Inserting a Cover Page
4.6 Printing Documents
4.7 Summary

5.0 Formatting Text
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Formatting with Basic Tools
5.3 Creating Numbered and Bulleted Lists
5.4 Applying Text Effects
5.5 Applying Borders and Shading
5.6 Using the Format Painter
5.7 Applying Styles
5.8 Sorting Text
5.9 Summary

6.0 Formatting Paragraphs
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Showing the Ruler, Grid lines and Navigation Pane
6.3 Aligning Text
6.4 Indenting Paragraphs
6.5 Setting Paragraph and Line Spacing
6.6 Setting Tabs
6.7 Using Document Themes and Style Sets
6.8 Summary

7.0 Working with Pages
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Applying Hypenation
7.3 Creating Columns
7.4 Using Headers and Footers
7.5 Inserting Page Numbers
7.6 Zooming
7.7 Arranging Windows
7.8 Summary

Microsoft Word 2013 Intermediate

1.0 Handling Lists
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Sorting
1.3 Renumbering
1.4 List Modifications
1.5 Summary

2.0 Charts and Tables
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Table Sorting
2.3 Layout of Cells
2.4 Table Calculations
2.5 Adding Charts
2.6 Linking Charts from Excel
2.7 Summary

3.0 Custom Table Styles and Themes
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Custom Table Styles
3.3 Default Document Themes
3.4 Customizing Document Theme
3.5 Summary

4.0 Pictures
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Picture Sizing
4.3 Picture Modification Tools
4.4 Pictures and Text Wrapping
4.5 Summary

5.0 Graphic Objects Options and Modifications
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Text Boxes and Pull Quotes
5.3 Shape Selections
5.4 Text Effects and Word Art
5.5 Complex Graphics with Smart Art
5.6 Screen Shots
5.7 Summary

6.0 Adding Quick Parts
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Inserting a Building Block
6.3 Adding Fields
6.4 Creating a Building Block
6.5 Altering a Building Block
6.6 Summary

7.0 Text Flow Configurations
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Paragraphs and Section Breaks
7.3 Columns
7.4 Text Boxes
7.5 Summary

8.0 Document Templates
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Pre-Made Template
8.3 Making Templates
8.4 Summary

9.0 Mail Merging
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Doing a Mail Merge
9.3 Envelopes and Labels Using Mail Merge
9.4 Data Source Creation
9.4 Summary

10.0 Document Templates
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Automatic Task Performance Using Macros
10.3 Macro Creation
10.4 Summary

Microsoft Word 2013 Advanced

1.0 Word and Other Programs
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Linking to Microsoft Excel Worksheets
1.3 Linking Charts to Excel
1.4 Sending an Outline to Microsoft PowerPoint
1.5 Summary

2.0 Working with Other People
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Sending Other Documents to Review
2.3 Reviewing Sent Documents
2.4 Comparing Changes
2.5 Merging Changes
2.6 Looking at Comments and Track Changes
2.7 Co-Authoring a Document: The Share Button
2.8 Summary

3.0 Versions of Documents
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Making New Versions of Documents
3.3 Comparing Versions of Documents
3.4 Merging Versions of Documents
3.5 Summary

4.0 Reference Points
4.1 Introduction
4.3 Footnotes and Endnotes
4.4 Captions
4.5 Hyperlinks
4.6 Cross-References
4.7 Citations and Bibliographies
4.8 Summary

5.0 Ease of Use Add-Ons
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Cover Pages and Blank Pages
5.3 Indices
5.4 Table of Contents
5.5 Table of Authorities
5.6 Table of Figures
5.7 Master Document
5.8 Summary

6.0 Document Security
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Updating Document Properties
6.3 Personal Information Removal
6.4 Restrict Formatting and Editing
6.5 Document Password
6.6 Digital Signatures and Restricting Access
6.7 Summary


Content: CD-ROM disc (sealed in a DVD-case) 

System Requirements: 
Platform:  Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP
Processor: Pentium 133 Mhz or higher
Hard drive space: 10MB
CD-ROM Drive speed: 24X

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