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Microsoft Word 2003
This course provides competency in using toolbars and menus, opening documents, moving through documents, closing documents, and using document views; creating documents and entering text, saving documents and working with document properties; selecting, editing, copying and moving text; inserting date and time fields, using automatic text features; previewing and printing documents, creating and printing envelopes and labels; formatting text using various tools and task panes, formatting paragraphs by changing alignment and spacing, using tabs and indents, adding borders and shading, and creating and sorting lists; formatting document pages by setting margins, alignment and page orientation and adding borders, backgrounds and themes; using Find and Replace; checking spelling and grammar and using research tools; and working with templates.
Word 2003 Module II is a course that presents skills training and assessment for some of the skill sets that form the Microsoft Office Word 2003 Specialist and Expert exams. This course provides competency in working with graphics; using advanced formatting options; working with headers, footers and columns; using styles; creating and formatting tables; using basic collaboration features; and using charts, diagrams and organization charts.
Word 2003 Module III: Forms, Merges and Advanced Collaboration Features provides competency in creating forms; working with form fields; enhancing, protecting and testing forms; using the Mail Merge tool to create form letters, labels and envelopes; and using advanced collaboration features.
Word 2003 Module IV: Customization, Long Documents and Macros is a course that presents skills training and assessment for some of the skill sets that form the Microsoft Office Word 2003 Specialist and Expert exams. This course provides competency in customizing the Word environment; using Excel worksheets and XML documents; navigating long documents; summarizing document content; using endnotes, footnotes, tables of figures, tables of authorities, indexes and tables of contents; using master documents; and working with macros.
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