Introduction to Word for end users
Rumon Khan
1 h 14 m
Lecture Overview
This course helps you prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam for Word 2016, which focuses on creating and managing documents, formatting text in paragraphs and sections, creating tables and lists, creating and managing references and inserting graphic elements.

Related Learning Path(s):
Using Microsoft Office 365
  • Creating and managing documents, styles, and properties
  • Formatting text
  • Creating tables and lists
  • Creating and managing references
  • Inserting and formatting graphic elements
  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Office Suite
Lecture Modules

In this module students will learn about document creation formation, customization and navigation. Students will also learn how to save documents, print documents and additional print settings.

In this module students will learn how to insert, find, replace, and format text. In addition this module covers ordering and grouping text and paragraphs, as well as formatting text in multiple columns.

This module covers table creation, conversion and modification. Students will also learn how to create and modify a list.

In this module students will learn how to create reference markers, insert footnotes and manage simple references.

This module covers how to apply artistic effects, and insert graphic elements. In addition students will learn how to create, insert and format SmartArts graphics.
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