- Creating a Bibliography
Bibliographies are key to many professionally created documents. This module gives participants a look at how to: insert citations, manage sources, choose a citation style, insert a bibliography, and update a bibliography.
- Inserting citations
- Managing sources
- Choosing a style
- Inserting a bibliography
- Updating a bibliography
- Creating References to Other Documents
If you’re referencing other documents in your work, it’s a good idea to provide links to those documents as well. Participants will learn in this module about: linking to another document, creating and working with a master document, creating and working with subdocuments, and how to manage subdocuments.
- Linking to another document
- Creating and working with master document
- Creating and working with subdocumetns
- Managing subdocuments
- Creating XML Forms
Forms are very handy for use in several types of documents and creating them in Word 2013 is easy. Participants will get a good grasp on XML forms in this module while looking at how to: create a form, insert controls, modify control properties, group controls, protect forms, and how to distribute forms.
- Creating a form
- Inserting controls
- Modifying control properties
- Grouping controls
- Protecting a form
- Distributng a form
- Blogging with Word
Blogs get more popular every day as a medium for distributing your message to the world. Blogging with Word 2013 is very easy and is covered in depth here. This module provides participants with tips on how to: create a blog post, use blogging tools, configure a blog account, and publish a blog post.
- Creating a blog post
- Using blogging tools
- Configuring a blog account
- Publishing a blog post
- Embedding Objects in a Word Document
This module allows participants to make use of Word’s ability to create cohesive documents with files from other applications. Covered in this module is how to: add text from a file, create a new object, create an object from a file, and how to link objects to a Word document.
- Adding text froma file
- Creating a new object
- Creating an object from a file
- Linking objects to a Word document
- Working with Sections
Sections are a good way to deal with organization and modifications within a document. This module looks at how to: insert section breaks, customize page setup for each section, navigate through sections, and delete sections.
- Inserting section breaks
- Customizing page setup for each section
- Navigating through sections
- Deleting sections
- Using Building Blocks and Quick Parts
Quick Parts offer lots of pre-made content that can be quickly and easily inserted into a document. In this module participants are given a look at how to: insert Quick Parts, use the Building Blocks Organizer, and save Quick Parts.
- Inserting quick parts
- Using the building blocks organizer
- Saving quick parts
- Changing Your Styles
Styles are vital for ease of use in documents that require similar formatting. Participants learn how change a style set, change a color scheme, change a font scheme, and make those changes permanent in this module.
- Changing a style set
- Change the colour scheme
- Changing the font scheme
- Making changes permanent
- Doing More with Styles
Taking a look at styles is the focus of this module. Here is presented how to: create new styles from existing text, create new styles using the Task pane, modify the Quick Style gallery, use the Style Inspector, and manage your styles.
- Creating styles from existing text
- Creating styles using the task pane
- Modifying the quick style gallery
- Using the style inspector
- Managing styles
- Working with SmartArt
SmartArt adds life to documents and can be easily manipulated along the way. This module will show participants how to: add SmartArt, add text, add photos, move and resize SmartArt, and delete SmartArt.
- Adding SmartArt
- Adding text
- Adding photos
- Moving and resizing SmartArt
- Deleting SmartArt
- Working with Equations
Equations can add another dimension to any document and is a useful feature of Word 2013. This module looks at how to: insert built-in equations, modify equations, create a custom equation, and save an equation to the gallery.
- Inserting built-in equations
- Modifying equations
- Creating a custom equation
- Saving an equation to the gallery
- Advanced Macro Tasks
Macros save time and effort in the creation of a document and are very useful for repetitive tasks. This module gives insight into how to: copy a macro from a template, assign a macro to a keystroke, assign a macro to the Quick Access toolbar, and how to choose a macro name.
- Copying a macro from a template
- Assigning a macro to a keystroke
- Assigning a macro to the Quick Access Toolbar
- About macro names
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