In this course, students will identify and use the new and enhanced features in Microsoft® Office Word 2010.
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for experienced Word users who have used earlier versions of Microsoft Office Word, ideally Microsoft Office Word 2003, and who are planning to upgrade to Microsoft Office Word 2010.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Identify the components of the Word 2010 environment
- Add images, styles, and themes to documents
- Use the advanced features to add building blocks, equations, citations, and bibliography to a document
- Finalize documents
- Work with Office Web Apps to save and access documents from the web
Students enrolling in this course should understand how to use some versions of Word, preferably 2003, and have some familiarity with the Internet. Due to the nature of this course and the minimal prerequisites, this course covers the commonly used new features, and not the more advanced new features of the application.
Lesson 1: Identifying the Components of the Word 2010 Environment
- Identify the New Interface Features
- Work with the Ribbon
- Use Options on Contextual Tabs
- Use the Galleries
- Customize the Interface
Lesson 2: Adding Images, Styles, and Themes
- Apply Styles
- Apply Document Themes
- Add Visual Effects
- Work with Images
Lesson 3: Using Advanced Features
- Add Building Blocks
- Build Equations
- Use the Navigation Pane
- Add Citations and Bibliographies
Lesson 4: Finalizing Documents
- Compare Reviewed Documents
- Inspect Documents
- Perform a Compatibility Check
Lesson 5: Working with Office Web Apps
- Save Documents to the Web
- Access Documents from the Web
The course either has new dates in data loading, or is only run as a dedicated or In Company course.