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Microsoft Word 2013 Advanced Course

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Lesson 1: Create Tabs, Set Tabs and Inserting Shapes

 

 

  1. Tabs - set tabs (one way)
  2. Tabs - set tabs (second way)
  3. Tabs - what is a bar tab?
  4. Shapes - insert a
  5. Shape - insert a line
  6. Shapes - insert an arrow
  7. Shapes - add text
  8. Shapes - rotate your shape
  9. Shapes - resize it
  10. Shapes - change the text
  11. Shapes - align your text
  12. Shapes - add special effects
  13. Shapes - remove text from your shape

 

 

Lesson 2: Word 2013 - New Features

 

 

  1. First opening screen
  2. The Ribbon
  3. Mark final - password protect
  4. Restrict editing - digitally sign
  5. Check for issues
  6. Recover versions - Microsoft templates
  7. Open documents
  8. Save and Save As
  9. Print in Word 2013
  10. Share and export your document
  11. Account and Word Options
  12. Screen shot and screen clipping
  13. Picture effects and Smart Art
  14. The Quick Access Toolbar

 

 

Lesson 3: Footnotes / Endnotes

 

 

  1. Footnote: insert
  2. EndNote: insert
  3. Footnote: view them
  4. EndNote: view them
  5. EndNote: view them #2
  6. Footnote: view them #2
  7. Footnote: Endnotes: view them
  8. EndNote: view next one
  9. Footnote: change
  10. Endnote: change
  11. Index: Mark for index
  12. Index: create
  13. Index: update yours
  14. Index: change the style
  15. Index: mark all words
  16. Index: sub entries

 

Lesson 4: Bibliography (MLA / APA)

 

 

  1. Citation: for a book
  2. Citation: for a journal
  3. Citation for a periodical
  4. Citation: for a report
  5. Citation: for a website
  6. Citation: for a work of art
  7. Citation: for a sound recording
  8. Citation: for a performance
  9. Citation: for a film
  10. Citation: for an interview
  11. Citation: for a patent
  12. Citation: for an unknown source
  13. Bibliography: insert your citations
  14. Bibliography: change your Bibliography

 

Lesson 5: Tables

 

 

  1. Table - create a table
  2. Table - enter text
  3. Table - center text
  4. Table - merge and center
  5. Table - resize
  6. Table - resize the columns
  7. Table - resize the rows
  8. Table - delete rows and columns
  9. Table - insert rows and columns
  10. Table - draw a table
  11. Table - show hide rule
  12. Table - the tools tab

 

Lesson 6: Tables (continued)

 

 

  1. Table - how to manipulate and align text
  2. Table - add color to table
  3. Table - add remove borders
  4. Table - repeating titles
  5. Table - sort your data
  6. Table - use the formula to add your totals
  7. Table - find the average formula
  8. Table - update your formulas answers
  9. Table - how to use the formula for multiplication
  10. Table - how to delete an entire table

 

 

Lesson 7: Styles / Comments

 

 

  1. Styles - how to create a style in your document
  2. Styles - how to modify a style in your document
  3. Styles - view all styles
  4. Styles - create a style / 2nd example
  5. Styles - delete a style
  6. Comments - insert a
  7. Comments - show or view
  8. Comments - change or modify
  9. Comments - how to review all comments in your docu
  10. Comments - mark as done
  11. Comments - how to delete comments from within your

 

Lesson 8: Word Tips and Tricks Volume 1

 

 

  1. Microsoft Golden Rule
  2. Microsoft Defaults
  3. Remove formatting
  4. Show hide the ribbon
  5. Quick Access Toolbar - move below ribbon
  6. Quick Access Toolbar - add icons
  7. Select a paragraph
  8. Shortcut keys
  9. Change case (lower, upper)
  10. Copy formatting (Format Painter)
  11. Space - put space between all paragraphs
  12. Space - put space between all paragraphs - all
  13. Bullets - put space between paragraphs

 

Lesson 9: Word Tips and Tricks Volume 2

 

 

  1. Remove bullet and indent
  2. Create three columns after you are done typing
  3. Remove columns (make one column)
  4. Quick parts - less typing
  5. Screen shot
  6. Screen clipping
  7. Create a Table of Contents
  8. Update your table of contents
  9. Inspect for comments before printing
  10. Create a formula to add in a table
  11. Create a formula to multiply in a table
  12. Microsoft templates do the work