Word 2007 Training

Word 2007 Training


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Get answers to everyday questions and on-demand training with over 7,000 Interactive Tutorials.

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Interactive Tutorials

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Course Outline

The Fundamentals

Microsoft Word is a powerful program that gives you the tools to create a variety of documents. In this course, you will become familiar with the Word working environment and the basic ways to view and navigate a document. You will also learn how to save and share a document with others.
  1. Starting Word 2007
  2. What’s New in Word 2007
  3. Understanding the Word 2007 Program Screen
  4. Understanding the Ribbon
  5. Using the Microsoft Office Button and Quick Access Toolbar
  6. Using Keyboard Commands
  7. Using Contextual Menus and the Mini Toolbar
  8. Using Help
  9. Exiting Word 2007

Document Basics

You can do many different things within a document, but before diving into the all the fun aspects you need to learn the basic tasks, like how to create a document and insert text. In this course you will learn the basic commands and functions in Word, such as how to create, open, save, and close a document. You will also learn how to work with text, such as inserting, deleting, selecting and replacing text.
  1. Creating a New Document
  2. Inserting and Deleting Text
  3. Saving a Document
  4. Opening a Document
  5. Selecting and Replacing Text
  6. Using Undo, Redo and Repeat
  7. Navigating through a Document
  8. Viewing a Document
  9. Working with the Document Window
  10. Viewing Multiple Document Windows
  11. Previewing and Printing a Document
  12. Closing a Document

Working with and Editing Tex

Since text is the primary purpose of Microsoft Word, this course deals with how to work with text in a document. You will learn editing techniques that you can use to change text in documents you create.
  1. Checking Spelling and Grammar
  2. Using Find and Replace
  3. Using Word Count and the Thesaurus
  4. Inserting Symbols and Special Characters
  5. Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text
  6. Using the Office Clipboard
  7. Moving and Copying Text Using the Mouse

Formatting Characters and Paragraphs

You’ve probably seen documents created where people use different fonts, character styling, and fancy paragraph formatting. This course explains how to apply those formatting techniques to both characters and paragraphs. You will learn how to change the appearance and size of characters in your document. Also, you will learn how to enhance your document by learning the ins and outs of formatting such as alignment, line spacing, bullets, and borders.
  1. Changing Font Type
  2. Changing Font Size
  3. Changing Font Color and Highlighting Text
  4. Changing Font Styles and Effects
  5. Creating Lists
  6. Changing Paragraph Alignment
  7. Adding Paragraph Borders and Shading
  8. Changing Line Spacing
  9. Changing Spacing Between Paragraphs
  10. Using the Format Painter
  11. Setting Tab Stops
  12. Adjusting and Removing Tab Stops
  13. Using Left and Right Indents
  14. Using Hanging and First Line Indents

Formatting the Page

In addition to applying formatting to characters and paragraphs, you can apply formatting to pages in your document. When formatting a page you can decide the margins, the orientation of the page, the size of the paper, whether you add a header or footer, and the location of page breaks. In this course you will find out how to make the page to look it’s best.
  1. Adjusting Margins
  2. Changing Page Orientation and Size
  3. Using Columns
  4. Using Page Breaks
  5. Working with Section Breaks
  6. Working with Line Numbers
  7. Working with Hyphenation
  8. Working with the Page Background
  9. Adding a Cover Page and Page Numbers
  10. Using Headers and Footers

Working with Themes and Styles

Instead of formatting individual words in your document, you can apply or create themes or style. These formatting options are useful because you can apply a format to an entire group of words in a single step. If you decide to change one of the formatting options every linking character or paragraph will automatically be updated, saving you a ton of time and making your document look cohesive.
  1. Applying a Style
  2. Creating a Style
  3. Modifying and Deleting a Style
  4. Working with the Styles Gallery
  5. Creating a New Quick Style Set
  6. Selecting, Removing, and Printing Styles
  7. Comparing and Cleaning Up Styles
  8. Applying Document Themes
  9. Creating New Theme Colors and Fonts
  10. Save a New Document Theme

Working with Shapes and Pictures

You can spruce up a document by adding pictures, screenshots, text boxes, or shapes. Learn how to insert and format the various types of objects to help make your document more compelling.
  1. Inserting Clip Art
  2. Inserting Pictures
  3. Positioning Pictures
  4. Formatting Pictures
  5. Inserting Shapes
  6. Formatting Shapes
  7. Applying Special Effects to Shapes
  8. Inserting a Text Box
  9. Resize, Move, Copy and Delete Objects
  10. Aligning, Distributing and Grouping Objects
  11. Flipping and Rotating Objects
  12. Layering Objects

Working with Tables

Keeping the information in your Word document readable is important, and using a table may be the answer to containing your data. This course digs into how to create, resize, and style a table. Once you have the information in your table, you can do all kinds of things with it, such as sort the information and make your table stand out by positioning it correctly.
  1. Creating a Table
  2. Working with a Table
  3. Resizing and Moving a Table
  4. Adjusting Table Alignment and Text Wrapping
  5. Working with Cell Formatting
  6. Merging and Splitting Cells and Tables
  7. Inserting and Deleting Rows and Columns
  8. Adjusting Row Height and Column Width
  9. Using Table Drawing Tools
  10. Working with Sorting and Formulas
  11. Working with Borders and Shading
  12. Using Table Styles
  13. Using Table Style Options
  14. Converting or Deleting a Table
  15. Using Quick Tables

Performing a Mail Merge

Why work harder when you can quickly and easily use Word 2007 to help with mailing documents. This course looks how to preform a Mail Merge through a step-by-step process.
  1. An Overview of the Mail Merge Process
  2. Setting Up the Main Document
  3. Creating a Data Source
  4. Using an Existing Data Source
  5. Editing the Data Source
  6. Inserting Merge Fields
  7. Inserting Rules Fields
  8. Previewing a Mail Merge
  9. Completing a Mail Merge
  10. Creating Labels
  11. Creating Envelopes

Using Documemt Collaboration Tools

Like it or not, it’s likely that someday you will have to create a document with other people. Word 2007 allows you to collaborate with others in creating and updating a document. Word includes tools such as track changes, highlighting and comparing documents, which allows you to examine suggested changes.
  1. Tracking Revisions
  2. Accepting and Rejecting Revisions
  3. Using Comments
  4. Comparing and Combining Documents
  5. Password-Protecting a Document
  6. Protecting a Document
  7. Preparing Documents for Publishing and Distribution

Working with Outlines, Long Documents, and References

When writing a longer document itÕs important to understand how to work with outlines and reference tools. This course will dive into applying bookmarks, hyperlinks, cross references, footnotes, citations, table of contents, and an index to better organize a longer document.
  1. Creating a Document in Outline View
  2. Numbering an Outline
  3. Viewing an Outline
  4. Working with Master Documents
  5. Using Bookmarks
  6. Using Cross-references
  7. Creating a Table of Contents Using Heading Styles
  8. Creating a Table of Contents using TC Fields
  9. Working with Picture Captions
  10. Creating an Index
  11. Adding Footnotes and Endnotes
  12. Using Citations and Bibliographies

Working with WordArt, SmartArt, and Charts

Give your document that extra pizzazz by incorporating WordArt, SmartArt, and charts. This course demonstrates how to insert and format these graphics, while adding an eye catching visual effect to your document.
  1. Inserting WordArt
  2. Formatting WordArt
  3. Inserting SmartArt
  4. Working with SmartArt Elements
  5. Formatting SmartArt
  6. Inserting a Chart
  7. Formatting a Chart
  8. Working with Labels
  9. Formatting Chart Elements
  10. Changing Chart Type

Collaborating with Other Programs

One of the greatest benefits of Microsoft programs is that they can share information with each other. In this course you’ll learn how to insert a Excel worksheets and a PowerPoint slide into a Word document.
  1. About Objects
  2. Collaborating with Excel
  3. Modifying an Object
  4. Collaborating with PowerPoint
  5. Inserting Text from Another File
  6. Converting Documents

Working with Templates

Instead of formatting documents individually you can create templates through defined properties. This course will teach you how to save time by creating documents using this technique.
  1. Creating a Document Template
  2. Using a Document Template
  3. Copying Styles Between Documents and Templates
  4. Attaching a Different Template to a Document
  5. Creating Building Blocks
  6. Using Building Blocks

Working with Forms

Creating forms in Word can save you time, effort, and paper, not mention you don’t have to worry about reading bad penmanship. In this course you will learn how to create, add content, and prepare a form.
  1. Creating a New Form
  2. Adding Content Controls
  3. Assigning Help to Form Content Controls
  4. Preparing a Form for Distribution
  5. Filling Out a Form

Working with Web Pages

As technology continues to progress more and more people are reading documents online and never printing them out on paper. As a result Word created a feature to allow you to create and modify Web Pages so that other people can read your documents on the Internet. In this course you will learn how to save, modify, and view a document as a Web Page, add hyperlinks to other documents.
  1. Saving a Document as a Web Page
  2. Modifying and Viewing a Web Page
  3. Using Hyperlinks
  4. Specifying Web Options
  5. Working with Blog Posts

Advanced Topics

Now that you are an expert at Word 2007, learn how to tailor Word to work the way you do. In this course you will learn how to customize many Word setting and options.
  1. Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
  2. Using and Customizing AutoCorrect
  3. Changing Word’s Default Options
  4. Recovering Your Documents
  5. Using Microsoft Office Diagnostics
  6. Viewing Document Properties and Finding a File
  7. Saving a Document as PDF or XPS
  8. Adding a Digital Signature to a Document
  9. Recording a Macro
  10. Playing and Deleting a Macro
  11. Editing a Macro’s Visual Basic Code