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Word 2003: Word 2003 Course Overview (All Levels)

Word 2003: Word 2003 Course Overview (All Levels)

The Word 2003 Course contains three levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. You can view the topics by level by clicking the links below:

Level 1: Beginner

Level 2: Intermediate

Level 3: Advanced

Word 2003 Beginner Course Overview

Part of the Microsoft Office 2003 suite, Word 2003 is Microsoft’s powerful word processing program whose primary purpose is to help you create stunning documents. This beginner-level course will help familiarize you with the fundamentals of Word 2003 to help you get started using the commanding program quickly.



Topics include:



Getting Started

    Launching Word 2003

    Touring the Word Window

    Getting Help



Creating New Documents

    Starting a New Document

    Editing Text

    Saving Your Work

    Preview & Print a Document

    Using a Template

    Exiting Word



Editing Existing Documents

    Opening a Document

    Navigating a Document

    Working with Multiple Page Documents



Essential Word 2003 Skills

    Selecting Text

    Moving & Copying Text

    Using the Office Clipboard Task Pane

    Undo, Redo & Repeat

    AutoCorrect

    AutoComplete



Formatting Text & Paragraphs

    Using the Formatting Toolbar

    Using the Reveal Formatting Task Pane

    Working with Line & Paragraph Spacing

    Using Format Painter

    Adding Symbols & Special Characters



Proofing Tools

    Spelling & Grammar

    Working with the Custom Dictionary

    Using the Thesaurus & Other Research Options

    Checking Character & Word Count

    Editing in Print Preview



Changing Your Page Appearance

    Changing Margins & Page Orientation

    Working with Page Breaks

    Adding Line Numbers



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Word 2003 Intermediate Course Overview

Part of the Microsoft Office 2003 suite, Word 2003 is Microsoft’s powerful word processing program whose primary purpose is to help you create stunning documents. In this intermediate-level course, you’ll learn about paragraph formatting and adding graphics to your documents as well as working with tables and document formatting.

Specifically, this course includes the following topics:

Managing Documents

    Document Views

    Working with Multiple Windows

    Working with a Split View

    Saving Your Word Document as a Web Page



Additional Editing Tools

    Go To, Find & Replace

    Format Painter



Paragraph Formatting

    Bullets & Numbering

    Tabs & Indents

    Borders & Shading

    Using Styles



Introduction to Graphics

    Inserting ClipArt & Pictures

    Inserting Watermarks

    AutoShapes

    Wrapping Text Around Images

    Using Captions

    Working with Text Boxes

    WordArt



Document Formatting

    Section Breaks

    Headers & Footers

    Page Borders & Page Backgrounds

    Drop Caps

    Columns



Tables

    Creating Tables

    Navigating & Selecting in a Table

    Inserting & Deleting Columns and Rows

    Sorting

    Formatting Tables

    Performing Calculations in a Table

    Converting a Table to Text



Customizing Word

    Customizing Toolbars

    Modifying Word Options



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Word 2003 Advanced Course Overview

Part of the Microsoft Office 2003 suite, Word 2003 is Microsoft’s powerful word processing program whose primary purpose is to help  you create stunning documents. In this advanced-level course, you’ll learn about using Mail Merge and macros as well as long or complex document formatting and effective collaboration.

Specific topics include:

Working with Document Templates

    Creating & Editing a Template

    Creating Forms

    Protect & Restrict Forms and Documents



Mail Merge

    The Mail Merge Process

    Creating Form Letters

    Creating Envelopes

    Creating Labels



Macros

    Creating a Macro

    Running a Macro

    Editing a Macro



Long or Complex Documents

    Bookmarks

    Footnotes & Endnotes

    Table of Contents

    Creating an Index

    Table of Figures

    Table of Authorities



Collaborating

    Using Track Changes

    Insert Comments

    Compare Document Versions

    Customize Document Properties

    Master Documents



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