Advanced Word Processing: Making Best Use of Word - [1 hour]
Course dates are in this 1-page PDF - new dates are added throughout the year - http://go.qub.ac.uk/trainingschedule
The course can be offered for your unit/area if there are 6 or more delegates. Materials at http://go.qub.ac.uk/itdocs
This course concentrates on useful features of Word such as creating master and subdocuments, tracking changes and use of form fields. Auto Text and Quick Parts will also be covered, along with an overview of macros, which can be used to automate repetitive tasks. Participants will learn how to increase their efficiency when word processing long documents by using tools such as styles, templates, bookmarks, table of contents, indexing, captions and references.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions face-to-face training can no longer be offered at this time. The course will take the following format:
A 1 hour on-line training session via MS Teams
Post-session: Participants will be provided with access to a workbook and associated files to complete asynchronously
A follow-up online clinic to address any queries/questions related to topics covered during the session
- Additional topic specific resources (see link below) can be accessed as required
This collection of resources can be accessed via LinkedIn Learning, an online learning resource for staff. New users will need to complete the LinkedIn Learning signup here.
Advanced Word: LinkedIn Learning Recommended training
People with some experience in using Word who wish to extend their knowledge. This course will also benefit those sitting the Advanced ICDL module in Word.
Some experience in using Word.
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Course Contact DetailsName: IT Training and Assessment Unit
New Course: No
Course Type(s): Word Processing - Continuing Professional Development
Staff Categories: All Staff
Keywords: Advanced Word processing, Long docments,Tables, Master and Subdocuments, Track Changes, Macros, Styles, Templates, Bookmarks, Table of contents, Indexing, Captions, References, ICDL Advanced