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

Course Price
Advanced Formatting in Word 2007 $74.95
Advanced Document Navigation and Document Reviews in Word 2007 $74.95
Using Tables, Charts, and Graphics in Word 2007 $74.95
Advanced Data Manipulation Features in Word 2007 $74.95
Advanced Document Features in Word 2007 $74.95
Collaborative Features in Word 2007 $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70

Advanced Formatting in Word 2007

Themes, Backgrounds and Borders can be used in Microsoft Office Word 2007 to create engaging and professional looking documents. With Word 2007, these tasks are made easier then ever before, specifically with the use of theme colors, theme fonts and theme effects. This course demonstrates how borders, shading, margins and horizontal lines are used when creating interesting documents and implementing emphasis to various parts of a document. Themes colors, theme fonts and theme effects are explained in detail and background colors and fill effects are explored as well. This course also demonstrates the use footnotes and endnotes.

Learning Objectives
  • Add a page border
  • Position a page border
  • Add a text border
  • Add a watermark to a document
  • add a custom background to a document
  • Apply a theme
  • Change document properties
  • Apply a page border to a document
  • Add a background to a document
  • Apply a theme to a document
  • Insert a footnote
  • Insert an endnote
  • Customize an endnote
  • Insert an endnote in a document
  • Modify an endnote

Advanced Document Navigation and Document Reviews in Word 2007

Microsoft Office Word 2007 has many features that enable you to create robust documents that can be easily navigated, reviewed, and recovered if issues are encountered. This course explains how tables of contents are created, modified and deleted in conjunction with the use of tables of figures and tables of authorities. The insertion, modification, deletion and navigation of hyperlinks, bookmarks, and frames are demonstrated, as well as the creation of indexes and index cross-references. The course also discusses using track changes and comments when reviewing documents, and explores repairing corrupted documents.

Learning Objectives
  • Create a table of contents
  • Identify the function of a table of contents
  • Modify a table of contents
  • Create a hyperlink
  • Add a bookmark
  • Insert an index
  • Modify an index
  • Create an index using a concordance file
  • Create a link to another file in a document
  • Create a table of contents and an index for a document
  • Create a document with references
  • Use the track changes feature to edit a document
  • Insert a comment
  • Edit a document using track changes
  • Print a document with tracked changes
  • Use the Document Recovery Pane
  • Save backup copies of documents
  • Use the file recovery converter
  • Repair a corrupted document
  • Recover a document using the Document Recovery Pane

Using Tables, Charts, and Graphics in Word 2007

By using the tabular and charting utilities of Microsoft Office Word 2007, you can format, sort, and analyze your data with ease. In Word 2007, you can insert a table by selecting its layout from a list of preformatted tables, or by selecting the number of columns and rows that you require. You can insert a table into your regular document layout, or you can nest it within another table for increased complexity. There may also be times when you need to insert Excel data or charts into a Word document, and Word 2007 enables you to do so with a few simple steps. This course demonstrates how to create, format, and modify Word 2007 tables, including inserting and deleting table elements, resizing tables, merging and splitting cells, sorting data, using simple formulas, as well as converting a table to text. Methods of inserting, linking, and embedding Excel objects in Word documents are explained in this course, in addition to inserting and formatting charts.

Learning Objectives
  • Insert a table
  • Create a table
  • Format a table
  • Display or hide gridlines
  • Convert text to a table or vice versa
  • Add a cell, row, or column to a table
  • Merge cells in a table
  • Sort table contents
  • Create a table from the built in options in Word
  • modify and format a table
  • Sort the contents of a table
  • Create and format a table in Word
  • Embed a selection from an Excel worksheet in a Word document
  • Distinguish between linked and embedded objects
  • Link to an Excel worksheet in a Word document
  • Insert a chart into a Word document
  • Paste an Excel chart into Word
  • Insert an Excel worksheet as a linked object into a Word document
  • Insert an Excel chart into a Word document

Advanced Data Manipulation Features in Word 2007

Word 2007 enables you to create forms quickly and easily, so that they can be used by other users of Word 2007. Forms contain form fields that you can link to external data sources, and Word 2007 contains security features to protect forms from tampering by other users. Inserting fields has been simplified in Word 2007 by means of built-in commands and content controls. The mail merge feature is also improved and simplified in Word 2007, enabling users to merge content into letters, e-mail messages, envelopes, and labels very easily. The course demonstrates how to add, modify, and update form fields, as well as walking through the mail merge process.

Learning Objectives
  • Add form controls
  • Match the form type with its appropriate use
  • Add protection to content controls in a form
  • Protect a form document
  • Create a field
  • Modify a field
  • Create a form
  • Add fields to a Word document
  • Create a form letter using mail merge
  • Print envelopes or labels
  • Use mail merge to create a form letter

Advanced Document Features in Word 2007

Some of the advanced features of Microsoft Office Word 2007 offer ways in which you can automate and streamline the way you work. You can use macros in Word 2007 to easily automate repetitive, complex tasks. A macro is a set of instructions that can group a series of actions and keystrokes as a single command. You can also simplify the management of your Word 2007 files by using master documents. Master documents divide large files into related subdocuments through a series of links. This course demonstrates how to create, edit, copy and delete macros through the use of the macro recorder. In addition, aspects of master and subordinate documents are explained, including outline levels, rearranging and restructuring subordinate documents in the master, and converting, deleting, merging, and locking subdocuments. Customization of the Quick Access Toolbar is also explored in this course.

Learning Objectives
  • Record a macro
  • Edit a macro
  • Record a new macro
  • Modify a macro
  • Add a command to the Quick Access Toolbar
  • add a command to the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Add a command to the status bar
  • Create a macro and assign it
  • Convert an existing document to a master document and create a new master document
  • Create subdocuments
  • Modify a master document
  • Manage subdocuments
  • Create a subdocument in a master document and insert an existing document as a subdocument
  • Make changes to the master document

Collaborative Features in Word 2007

Microsoft Office Word 2007 offers several options for securing and protecting Word documents as well as providing various collaborative features. This course demonstrates how to use Word 2007's document security, which includes locking document formatting, password protecting a document, marking a document as read-only, using Document Inspector, viewing privacy options, and adding a digital signature. It explains the various workspace collaboration features available using SharePoint in addition to creating a document library. This course also discusses and demonstrates working with HTML to save a document as a web page and creating a web page in Word as well as how to create blogs in Word 2007.

Learning Objectives
  • Lock document formatting
  • Assign a password to a document
  • Use the Document Inspector
  • Add a digital signature
  • Secure a document
  • Remove private information from a document
  • Upload a Word document to SharePoint
  • Create a document library and upload a Word document to it
  • Assign a specific password to open a document
  • Use the protect document feature limit formatting to a selection of styles
  • Save a document as a web page
  • Set options for saving a Word document as a web page
  • Recognize how to get a blog account
  • Create a blog post
  • Save a document as a web page for Internet Explorer 6 or later
  • Assign a category to a blog post and upload it
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Microsoft Office 2007: Advanced Word e-learning bundle
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