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Ms Word

Word 2000: Level 1

Course specifications

Duration: 1 day

Course description

Overview:
Students will learn the basic skills necessary to begin using Word 2000.

Prerequisites:
Windows 95: Introduction, Windows 98: Introduction, Windows NT 4.0: Introduction, or equivalent knowledge.

Delivery method:
Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Benefits:
Students will learn how to create and edit documents and use character and paragraph formatting.

Target student:
Students enrolling in this course should understand the basic concepts involved in working with a personal computer (PC). No prior knowledge of Word is assumed.

What's next:
Word  Level 1 is the first course in this series. Word Level 2, the next course in this series, teaches students how to use intermediate features of Word . Students who want to learn advanced features can take Word Advanced.

Performance-based objectives

Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to
evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Identify the components of the application window and adjust some default settings; create, save, and close a document; open an existing document; use simple editing techniques; and search for help.

  • Navigate in a large document by using the mouse and keyboard and locate specific places and words in a document by using the Find, Replace, and Go To commands and the Select Browse Object button.

  • Edit a document by using more sophisticated techniques, including moving and copying text within a document and between documents.

  • Apply and remove character and paragraph formatting.

  • Use tabs and create and modify a table and its structure.

  • Adjust margins, add and delete page breaks, and create headers and footers.

  • Use Word's proofing tools, such as the spelling checker and thesaurus, and print a document, envelope, and labels.

  • Save an existing document as a Web page, add visual appeal to it, and preview it in a browser.

Course content

Lesson 1:
Word basics
Introduction to Word
Creating a new blank document and the basics of entering text
The Save As command
Opening and editing a document
Getting help in Word

Lesson 2:
Navigating in a document
Scrolling within a document
Searching a document

Lesson 3:
Additional editing techniques
Using AutoCorrect
Techniques for selecting text
Moving text

Lesson 4:
Character and paragraph formatting
Basic character formatting techniques
Additional character formatting techniques
Paragraph formatting
Working with indents, numbered lists, and bulleted lists
Line breaks and line spacing

Lesson 5:
Introduction to tabs and tables
Working with tabs
Creating a table
Editing tables

Lesson 6:
Controlling page appearance
Headers and footers
Modifying margins
Page breaks

Lesson 7:
Tools and printing
Using proofing tools
Printing a document
Envelopes and labels

Lesson 8:
Creating a Web page
Creating a Web page
Using themes and exiting Word
Word 2000: Level 2

Course specifications

Duration: 1 day

Course description

Overview:
Students will learn intermediate features of Word 2000.

Prerequisites:
Windows 95: Introduction, Windows 98: Introduction, Windows NT 4.0: Introduction, or equivalent knowledge, and Word 2000: Level 1.

Delivery method:
Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Benefits:
Students will learn how to create and control section breaks, tables, merges, styles, templates, macros, and Web pages.

Target student:
Students enrolling in this course should understand the basic concepts involved in working with a personal computer (PC). For example, students should be familiar with such terms as computer memory, data files, and program files. Students should also be acquainted with the hardware components that make up a PC-input, output, and storage devices, for instance. Completion of 2000: Level 1 class is assumed.

What's next:
Word Level 2 is the second course in this series. Students who would like to expand their knowledge of styles, learn how to create forms, use graphical effects, and manage and share large documents can take Word Advanced.

Performance-based objectives

Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Use section breaks to format a document and format text in columns.

  • Create, modify, and use tables as page layout elements and embed, link, and sort table data.

  • Merge documents and data sources using merge fields to make variations of one document. Students will be able to sort and filter data as well as merge an Excel spreadsheet into mailing labels.

  • Create, modify, and use styles to affect a document's appearance. Students will also create and delete AutoText entries.

  • Create and use templates, including the fax template.

  • Run and edit existing macros, add them to toolbars, and use the Organizer to share them with other documents.

  • Discuss Internet/Web and Word's email features, as well as create and edit a Web page by inserting hyperlinks, picture bullets, and clip art.

Course content

Lesson 1:
Working with Sections
Creating Sections
Newspaper Columns
Using Sections to Change Page Orientation

Lesson 2:
Managing Tables and Table Data
Creating and Formatting Tables
Working with Table Data
Drawing Your Own Table
Link and Embed Excel Data

Lesson 3:
Using Mail Merge
Creating a Mail Merge Document
Completing a Main Document
The Merge
Sorting and Filtering Merges
Using an Alternative Data Source to Create Mailing Labels

Lesson 4:
Styles and AutoText
Applying and Displaying Styles
Creating Custom Styles
Making Changes to Styles
Using Heading Styles to Organize a Document
AutoText Entries

Lesson 5:
Introduction to Templates
Templates at a Glance
Using Templates
Creating a New Fax Cover Sheet Based on a Template

Lesson 6:
Introduction to Macros
Running and Recording Macros
Working with Existing Macros
Custom Toolbars

Lesson 7:
The Internet and the Web
About the Internet, the Web, and Email
Creating a Web Page Based on a Template
Adding Hyperlinks to a Web Page
Adding Graphical Elements to a Web Page

Word 2000: Level 3

Course specifications

Duration: 1 day

Course description

Overview:
Students will learn advanced features of Word 2000.

Prerequisites:
Windows Introduction, Word 2000: Level 1 and Word Level 2, or equivalent knowledge.

Delivery method:
Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Benefits:
Students will learn how to AutoFormat a document, use advanced Find And Replace skills, create forms, use form fields, add graphics, work with large documents, share documents, and prepare documents as intranet Web pages.

Target student:
Students enrolling in this course should understand the basics of Windows. They should already have experience working with Word 2000. Specifically, students should know how to create styles, templates, and save documents as Web pages.

What's next:
Word Level 3 is the last course in this series. Students may be interested in taking Microsoft Office: Document Integration or the FrontPage Introduction course next.

Performance-based objectives

Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Use the AutoFormat feature, link styles within a document, and find and replace styles and non-printing characters.

  • Create forms as well as protect, test, and update them.

  • Create drop caps, watermarks, WordArt, and drawn objects.

  • Create and modify a table of contents; discuss master documents; insert, modify, and delete bookmarks, cross-references, endnotes, and footnotes; create and use a concordance file to generate an index; and prepare a long document for printing

  • Create multiple versions of a document; track changes made to documents; apply highlighting and insert comments; compare documents; review and incorporate changes; and merge documents.

  • Add hyperlinks to internal and external bookmarks; view and edit intranet documents; and insert multimedia elements into Web pages.

Course content

Lesson 1:
Advanced Styles
The AutoFormat Feature
Linking Styles
Replacing Styles and Other Items

Lesson 2:
Creating a Form Template
Forms and Fields
Protecting and Using a Form Template

Lesson 3:
Using Graphic Effects
Working with Dropped Capital Letters and Clip Art
Inserting and Editing WordArt
Drawing in a Document

Lesson 4:
Working with Large Documents
Creating a Table of Contents
Footnotes and Endnotes
Bookmarks
Cross-references
Using a Concordance File to Index
Preparing to Print

Lesson 5:
Managing Document Changes
Using Different Versions of a Document
Tracking Changes to a Document
Using Highlights and Comments
Comparing Similar Documents

Lesson 6:
Preparing Word Documents for an Intranet
Creating Hyperlinks
Viewing and Editing a Web Page
Inserting Multimedia Elements into Your Web Pages

 
 

 

 
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