Word 2010 Training

Word 2010 Training


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

What’s Included:

Interactive Tutorials

Bite-sized software simulations.

Interactive Quizzes

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Customizable Courseware

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Multiple Devices

  • Desktop
  • Tablet / mobile

Multiple Languages

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, including the Word Start screen and Backstage view, and the basic ways to view and navigate a document. You will also learn how to save and share a document with others.
  1. Understand the Screen
  2. Create New Documents
  3. Open and Save
  4. AutoRecover
  5. Navigate a Document
  6. Document View
  7. Print
  8. Email a Document
  9. Work with Windows
  10. Help
  11. Close and Exit Word

Working with and Editing Text

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. Select and Edit Text
  2. Cut, Copy, and Paste
  3. Undo, Redo, and Repeat
  4. Check Spelling and Grammar
  5. Word Count and the Thesaurus
  6. Find and Replace Text
  7. Insert Symbols

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. Formatting Fonts
  2. Create Lists
  3. Change Paragraph Alignment
  4. Borders and Shading
  5. Line and Paragraph Spacing
  6. Indent Paragraphs
  7. Tab Stops
  8. Copy Formatting
  9. Find and Replace Formatting

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 itÍs best.
  1. Adjust Margins
  2. Paper Size and Orientation
  3. Headers and Footers
  4. Columns
  5. Page and Section Breaks


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. Create Tables
  2. Resize Rows and Columns
  3. Styles and Alignment
  4. Sort a Table
  5. Header and Breaking Options
  6. Merge and Split Cells
  7. Position a Table


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. Pictures
  2. Insert a Screenshot
  3. Insert a Text Box
  4. Shapes
  5. WordArt
  6. SmartArt
  7. Charts
  8. Modify Objects
  9. Position and Text Wrap
  10. Group Objects
  11. Align and Distribute
  12. Flip and Rotate
  13. Layer Objects

Styles, Themes, and Templates

Instead of formatting individual words in your document, you can apply or create themes, styles or templates. 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. Apply and Modify Styles
  2. Manage Styles
  3. Themes
  4. Templates
  5. Building Blocks
  6. Use a Document Template

Collaborating with Word

Like it or not, it’s likely that someday you will have to create a document with other people. Word 2010 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. Highlighting and Commenting
  2. Track and Review Revisions
  3. Compare Documents
  4. Line Numbers
  5. Protect Documents
  6. Inspect a Document
  7. Form

Long Documents

When writing a longer document it’s 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. Outlines
  2. Navigating Long Documents
  4. Hyperlinks
  5. Cross References
  6. Footnotes and Endnotes
  7. Citations
  8. Table of Contents
  9. Index

Mailing Documents

Why work harder when you can quickly and easily use Word 2010 to help with mailing documents. This course looks at how to print envelopes and labels effortlessly, saving you time, and how to preform a Mail Merge through a step-by-step process.
  1. Print Envelopes
  2. Print Labels
  3. Mail Merge: Main Document
  4. Mail Merge: Data Source
  5. Mail Merge: Insert Fields and Rules
  6. Mail Merge: Performing The Merge