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

Course Price
Getting Started with Word 2010 $74.95
Formatting and Working with Text in Word 2010 $74.95
Organizing and Arranging Text in Word 2010 $74.95
Moving Around in Word 2010 $74.95
Structuring Word 2010 Documents $74.95
Reviewing Documents in Word 2010 $74.95
Saving, Sharing, and Printing in Word 2010 $74.95
Customizing the Behavior and Appearance of Word 2010 $74.95
Drawing and Inserting Graphics in Word 2010 $74.95

Bundle Price: $319.00
Total Savings: $355.55


Getting Started with Word 2010

Word 2010 is the newest version of Microsoft's dynamic word processing tool and it offers features that allow you to create attractive and engaging documents. The Ribbon menu, which is unique to Microsoft Office, organizes Word’s many features into related tabs and makes it easier to quickly access those you need. The new Backstage view provides a single streamlined 'stage' for all file-level tools, such as those used for saving, printing, and sharing your files. This course explores these topics and many other basics of using Word 2010, including opening the application, creating new documents, and an introduction to the many tools that will help you create and edit your documents.
  • recognize tasks you can perform in Word 2010
  • open a Word 2010 document
  • create a new document in Word 2010
  • distinguish between the various ways of entering, selecting, and deleting text in Word 2010
  • distinguish between the primary functions of key Word 2010 user interface components
  • use basic features of Word 2010

Formatting and Working with Text in Word 2010

Word 2010 makes it easy to apply formatting to documents by providing a live visual preview of various formatting options. This allows you to view a variety of formatting changes before actually committing to them. This course explains the Font formatting options, as well as the Mini toolbar and Live Preview features. In addition, the creation and formatting of bulleted, numbered, and multilevel lists are demonstrated.
  • use the Mini toolbar to apply formatting in Word 2010
  • use the Format Painter in Word 2010
  • use the Home tab to apply formatting in a Word document
  • cut, copy, and paste text in a Word document
  • undo and redo actions in Word 2010
  • create a list in Word 2010
  • format text in Word 2010

Organizing and Arranging Text in Word 2010

To create an attractive, coherent Word 2010 document, it's important to understand the application's basic paragraph-formatting features. This course explores formatting paragraphs in Word 2010, along with a variety of other useful formatting tools such as margins and indents. The course demonstrates how to set margins, paragraph indenting and alignment, tab stops, and how to show or hide formatting marks than can help guide your formatting decisions.
  • create a custom border and apply it in Word 2010
  • apply basic shading and borders in Word 2010
  • work with hidden text and formatting marks in Word 2010
  • change margins in Word 2010
  • create indents in Word 2010
  • adjust spacing in Word 2010
  • create columns in Word 2010
  • organize and arrange text in Word 2010

Moving Around in Word 2010

Word 2010 offers a variety of intuitive navigation features that help you move around and find your way through documents, whether they're a few pages or hundreds of pages long! This course explores basic navigation features such as scrollbars and keyboard keys, along with built-in tools such as the new Navigation Pane. This pane combines features of the Document Map, thumbnails, and Search features found in earlier versions of Word into one, easy-to-use interface. The course also demonstrates how to use Word's Full Screen Reading view to page through a file as if it were a printed document, and how to use Word's Outline view to organize your document.
  • identify features and tools for moving around in a Word 2010 document
  • use the Navigation Pane in Word 2010
  • use the Find and Replace feature in Word 2010
  • use the Zoom feature in Word 2010
  • use Full Screen Reading view in Word 2010
  • use Outline view in Word 2010
  • use the features and tools in Word 2010 to view and move around a document, for a given scenario

Structuring Word 2010 Documents

Word 2010 provides many options for structuring your documents quickly and easily. This course demonstrates how to use headings to restructure the outline of a document using the Navigation Pane. If you're creating large documents with many pages, you might want to add page numbers to make your information easy to locate. The course explores how to add page numbers along with other structural components, such as page and sections breaks, headers, and footers.
  • use the Navigation Pane to restructure headings and content in Word 2010
  • change how Word inserts automatic page breaks
  • use section breaks in Word 2010
  • add headers and footers to documents in Word 2010
  • add custom page numbers to documents in Word 2010
  • add page numbers to documents in Word 2010
  • use headings, breaks, and page numbers to structure a document in Word 2010

Reviewing Documents in Word 2010

No one wants to be embarrassed by glaring grammatical mistakes and misspellings in a document. To help you catch these errors, Word 2010 includes editing tools that enable you to spot and fix your typos as you work. It also enables you to use other proofing features such as a thesaurus, research options, and word count statistics to help you proof your work. In addition, you can make changes while reviewing your work using a feature that tracks all of your edits, and you can also leave comments during your review. This course explores all of these proofing features, from spelling and grammar correction to tracking changes. The course also demonstrates how to use the Help feature in Word 2010.
  • use the Research feature in Word 2010
  • use the Help feature in Word 2010
  • use the automatic spelling and grammar checker in Word 2010
  • run the spelling and grammar checker in Word 2010
  • use comments in Word 2010
  • use track changes in Word 2010
  • spellcheck and review a document in Word 2010

Saving, Sharing, and Printing in Word 2010

Once you've created an attractive, well-structured document, how do you save it for future use? Word 2010 enables you to save your documents in many formats, including the standard .docx file extension, along with the well-recognized .doc extension. You can also save your documents as PDF or XPS files to make them uneditable and give them standardized appearances for sharing. In addition, you can choose to save and send your document using e-mail, Microsoft SkyDrive, upload your document as a blog post, or save it on SharePoint. If you want to print your document, you can use Word 2010's new streamlined Print interface which presents print options, such as orientation and duplex printing, on the same page as a preview of your document. This course explores Word 2010's features for saving and printing your documents.
  • save a document in a different format in Word 2010
  • save a Word 2010 document
  • change the default save options in Word 2010
  • save and send a document in Word 2010
  • print a document in Word 2010
  • save, send, and print documents in Word 2010

Customizing the Behavior and Appearance of Word 2010

Word 2010 enables you to efficiently create attractive and organized documents using a variety of automated and pre-built features. You can quickly and easily use any of the Word 2010 styles to give your document a polished appearance, or you can create your own styles so you can use a custom appearance over and over. In addition, Word 2010 enables you to create documents using pre-built templates that are bundled with Word, saving you time and effort in choosing a layout and color scheme for your files. This course introduces Quick Styles and templates, and also explores an editing feature – AutoCorrect – that automatically corrects common errors such as not capitalizing the first letter of a sentence, or accidental usage of the Caps Lock key. The course also demonstrates how you can customize the Ribbon.
  • create a Quick Style
  • apply a Quick Style
  • make document-wide style changes in Word 2010
  • use AutoCorrect in Word 2010
  • undo an AutoCorrect action in Word 2010
  • create a document from a template in Word 2010
  • save a document as a template in Word 2010
  • customize the Ribbon in Word 2010
  • customize the appearance and behavior of Word 2010

Drawing and Inserting Graphics in Word 2010

We all know that to create an effective Word document, your text must be clear and organized, but we sometimes neglect the overall attractiveness of our documents. This course demonstrates powerful drawing and graphic features of Word 2010 - features that can boost the appeal of virtually any document! The course focuses on the processes and tools that allow you to add pictures, Clip Art, screenshots, and SmartArt to your documents. It also explores drawing components such as shapes, WordArt, and text boxes.
  • add clip art to a document
  • use Word 2010 to take and add a screenshot to a document
  • add a picture to a document in Word 2010
  • add a shape to a document and edit it in Word 2010
  • add WordArt to a document and edit it in Word 2010
  • add a text box to a document in Word 2010
  • add SmartArt to a document and edit it in Word 2010
  • add graphics to a document and edit them in Word 2010
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Microsoft Office 2010: Beginning Word e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271424
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $319