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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Using Themes, Backgrounds, Watermarks, and Quick Parts in Word 2010 $74.95
Adding Tables of Contents, Footnotes, Hyperlinks, and Bookmarks in Word 2010 $74.95
Forms, Fields, and Mail Merge in Word 2010 $74.95
Managing, Inspecting, and Recovering Word 2010 Documents $74.95
Creating and Formatting Tables in Word 2010 $74.95
Manipulating Tables in Word 2010 $74.95
Embedding Charts and Tables into Word 2010 $74.95

Bundle Price: $239.00
Total Savings: $285.65


Using Themes, Backgrounds, Watermarks, and Quick Parts in Word 2010

Office Word 2010 offers a variety of layout tools and features that allow you to enhance the visual appearance of your documents. This course shows you how to apply themes, including theme colors, fonts and effects, to create polished, professional-looking documents. It also guides you through using the Quick Parts Gallery to save commonly-used text and images as reusable items, and also apply AutoText, Document Properties and other building blocks to a page quickly and easily. In addition, the course explores tools that help protect your intellectual property by enabling you to add watermarks and backgrounds.
  • apply, modify, and save a theme in Word 2010
  • create theme colors in Word 2010
  • create theme fonts in Word 2010
  • add a custom text watermark to a document
  • add a picture watermark to a document
  • add a picture background to a Word document
  • add an item to the Quick Parts gallery
  • create AutoText in a Word document
  • use themes, watermarks, and Quick Parts in a Word document

Adding Tables of Contents, Footnotes, Hyperlinks, and Bookmarks in Word 2010

Word 2010 offers you a variety of tools that allow you to insert navigation and reference materials into a document. With heading styles applied to your document, you can easily construct a table of contents; you can also insert footnotes and endnotes, and you can quickly link to web pages, shared files, or other sections of a document using bookmarks. This course explores all of these topics, and discusses how to use each feature to improve the readability of your documents.
  • create a custom table of contents in Word 2010
  • update a table of contents
  • add footnotes and endnotes to a document
  • customize footnotes and endnotes in a document
  • create a hyperlink in a Word document
  • create a bookmark in a Word document
  • create and update a table of contents
  • customize footnotes and endnotes
  • create a hyperlink and a bookmark

Forms, Fields, and Mail Merge in Word 2010

Word 2010 enables you to create forms quickly and easily, so that they can be used by other users of Word 2010. Forms contain editable form controls that you can link to external data sources, and Word 2010 contains security features to protect forms from tampering by other users. Another method of capturing document information is by using fields. You can use fields to add information about a file into the document. For example, you can insert an Author field to insert the author's name, or use a LastSavedBy field to enter the name of the person who last saved the document. Word 2010's mail merge feature enables users to merge content such as address blocks into letters, e-mail messages, envelopes, and labels very easily. This course demonstrates how to add, modify, and update forms and fields, and also illustrates the various mail merge capabilities of Word 2010.
  • add content controls to a form
  • apply protection to a form
  • add a field to a document
  • modify a field in a document
  • start a mail merge and specify a data source
  • add mail merge fields to a document
  • add and modify fields in Word 2010
  • perform a mail merge in Word 2010
  • add content controls to a form and protect a form in Word 2010

Managing, Inspecting, and Recovering Word 2010 Documents

Microsoft Word 2010 offers several options for securing and protecting Word documents as well as providing various features you can use to recover and repair documents. This course demonstrates how to use Word 2010 document security, which includes viewing document properties such as presence information on author contact cards, locking document formatting, password protecting documents, using the Document Inspector, and working with digital signatures. The course also explores recovering unsaved drafts and damaged Word 2010 documents.
  • restrict editing in a Word document
  • use Word 2010 to create your own digital ID for documents
  • modify the properties of a document
  • prepare a document for sharing
  • recover a document that was closed before saving
  • use the Document Recovery pane to save a recovered document
  • recognize how to access the Word tools that can repair damaged files
  • recover a document, modify its properties, and restrict its editing

Creating and Formatting Tables in Word 2010

Word 2010 has a robust set of tools that allow you to create, style, and format tables in your documents. This course explores the various methods of inserting tables in Word documents, including selecting a layout from a list of preformatted tables, choosing a table size by selecting a layout from a dynamic grid, and by configuring table settings to match the number of columns and rows that you require. It also discusses using table styles to enhance the appearance of tables and changing the layout of tables.
  • create tables in Word
  • apply a style to a table
  • modify a table style
  • select table elements and manipulate their alignment
  • insert and format a table in Word 2010

Manipulating Tables in Word 2010

You can use Word 2010's features for both designing tables and manipulating your table data. A variety of layout tools allow you to merge and split cells, split tables, autofit cell sizes to match the size of contents, and insert and delete cells. You can also easily insert columns and rows, and then adjust their layouts and distribution. This course explores these methods of altering a table's layout and also walks you through using data tools that allow you to easily sort your data, making critical information easier to locate. The course also covers using formulas in Word 2010 tables, so you can quickly perform calculations or insert other pre-built mathematical functions.
  • insert and delete table elements
  • split cells in a table in Word
  • manipulate cell size in a table
  • sort a table in Word
  • add a formula to a table
  • modify and sort a table

Embedding Charts and Tables into Word 2010

Word 2010 offers a wide variety of table and charting tools that let you manipulate and display your data in an attractive, understandable manner. This course shows you that by following a few simple steps you can easily paste Excel data into Word 2010 and either embed the values directly in the Word document or link back to the original Excel workbook. The course also discusses the role of Excel 2010 in Word 2010 table creation and manipulation. And it explores methods of inserting and then designing and altering the layout of many types of charts, including bar charts, pie charts, bubble charts and more.
  • add tables from Excel to Word documents
  • add a chart to a Word document
  • change a chart's type, layout, and style
  • change individual elements of a chart's layout
  • change the style of a chart element
  • add a chart and Excel worksheet to a Word document
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Microsoft Office 2010: Advanced Word e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252389
  • Duration:
    7 hours
  • Price:
    $239