MS Word Intermediate Training in San Diego

After our Word Introduction class, you know the basics. And now it's time to expand your skill set with our Word Intermediate training, which will give you the added control you want over your documents - especially when it comes to formatting your content and adding tables or graphics. This course is specifically designed for those who already have a working knowledge of Word, and covers Word styles and templates, as well as the best techniques to apply sophisticated layouts. We'll also teach you how to share your documents with others, safely and efficiently. This course is appropriate for users of Word 2010-2013-2016-365. Any minor differences are clearly explained in class and in the course materials.

Prerequisites:

Templates

  • Using Existing Templates
  • Creating A Template
  • Modifying A Template

Page Layout in Word

For most professional documents, you'll need to include headers or footers that display identifying information, like your company name, and logo, or the document's title and current page number. With MS Word, it is easier than ever to add plain or stylized headers and footers. After this part of the training, you will be able to take advantage of Word's handy page layout features to:

  • Set Tabs and Indents using the Ruler
  • Add page breaks
  • Add column breaks
  • Control text flow
  • Add Watermarks

Headers, Footers, and Page Numbers

For most professional documents, you'll need to include headers or footers that display identifying information, like your company name, and logo, or the document's title and current page number. With MS Word, it is easier than ever to add plain or stylized headers and footers. After this part of the training, you will be able to take advantage of Word's handy page layout features to:

  • Add page numbers to your do document
  • Create, edit and format headers and footers

Footnotes and Endnotes

  • Insert Footnotes
  • Navigate Between Footnotes
  • Edit Footnotes
  • Delete Footnotes
  • Insert Endnotes
  • Navigate Between Endnotes
  • Edit Endnotes
  • Delete Endnotes

Word Tables

Some types of information look best in a table. MS Word's new table features make it easy to set up, insert and modify tables and to format them with as many choices as you have for regular text. Specifically, this part of the Word training will teach you how to:

  • Create tables from scratch or from Word Templates
  • Format characters and paragraphs within tables
  • Add or delete table columns or rows or entire tables
  • Change the width of a table column and align tables on the page
  • Formatting A Table
  • Merging and Splitting Cells
  • Changing Text Orientation and Alignment
  • Converting Text to A Table
  • Sorting Data in A Table
  • Using Formulas to Calculate Totals in a Table

Columns

  • Creating Columns
  • Adding A Column Break
  • Modifying Column Layout
  • Add Vertical Line Between Columns

Working with SmartArt Diagrams

  • Creating A Chart
  • Resizing A Chart
  • Changing the Layout and Style
  • Labeling Chart Elements
  • Formatting Chart Text
  • Formatting Chart Elements
  • Changing the Chart Type
  • Showing or Hiding Gridlines
  • Customizing Axes
  • Changing A Chart's Source Data
  • Saving A Chart Template
  • Link and Embed Charts

Working with Document Sections

Section and Page Breaks allow you to create more complex documents with different layouts in different sections. Specifically, this part of the Word training will teach you how to:

  • Inserting Page and Section Breaks
  • View or Hide Breaks
  • Setting Section Margins and Page Orientation
  • Modifying Section Headers and Footers
  • Modifying Page Numbers in A Section Footer
  • Removing A Section Break

Hyperlinks and Bookmarks

  • Insert Hyperlinks to websites, documents, spreadsheets, etc.
  • Add Bookmarks so users can easily navigate to specific locations in documents

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