This course will introduce students to Microsoft Word’s most important features. Key topics include creating a new document, making it look professional and presentable, adding graphics, and customizing the Microsoft Word interface. After completing this course, students will be ready to use Microsoft Word to efficiently complete daily tasks.
Getting Started with Word
To begin this course, students will learn about the parts of the Microsoft Word 2016 interface, how to create a basic document, and how to find help in Microsoft Word.
Editing a Document
In this lesson, students will learn how to navigate through and select text. Modifying, finding, and replacing text is also covered.
Formatting Text and Paragraphs
This lesson explores Microsoft Word’s formatting tools. To begin, commands on the Home tab and mini toolbar will be discussed. Then, students will learn how to arrange text using tabs and lists. Paragraph layout tools, borders, shading, styles, and formatting management techniques will also be covered.
This lesson is all about creating, modifying, and formatting tables. Table conversion tools will also be covered.
Sorting, renumbering, and customizing lists will be covered in this lesson.
Inserting Graphic Objects
This lesson teaches students how to insert symbols and special characters. Techniques for adding images are also discussed.
Controlling Page Appearance
This lesson covers page formatting options, such as page color and borders, watermarks, headers, footers, and the Page Setup dialog box.
Proofing a Document
This lesson explores the commands on the Review tab, including spell check, the Research pane, and the thesaurus. Components of making a document accessible and how to check accessibility are also covered.
Customizing the Word Environment
In this lesson, students will learn how to customize the Microsoft Word interface, modify save options, and manage other file types.