Tables and Form Design Using Word [3 hours]
Microsoft Word can be used to create forms for completion on a computer that allow users to enter text or select options without altering the structure of the form. This course looks at some of the tools available in Word 2010 which can be used to create forms, including text, checkbox and drop-down list fields. Participants will also learn how to create tables in Word and how tables can be used in the layout of forms. Along with the basics of creating forms, the course will cover how to add instructional text to form fields, how to protect the form and how to export data from forms to a spreadsheet file.
Staff who are experienced at using Word 2007 or 2010 to edit and format documents and wish to learn how to create tables and data capture forms using Word. The course may also benefit those intending to take the ECDL Advanced module in Word Processing.
Previous attendance at Word 1: Essentials or equivalent experience of using Word 2007 or 2010 to format documents and create basic tables.
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Word Processing - Continuing Professional Development
Tables, Forms, Form Layout, Export Data from forms, ECDL Advanced
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