Microsoft Word Intermediate Course

Overview

This Microsoft Word Intermediate Course is intended for people who need to enhance document appearance using a GUI-based word processor either as a user of computers or as basic knowledge for a career needing this competency, like the ICT industry. The contents of this course are applicable to any word processor application that runs on any Graphical User Interface(GUI) operating system.

The qualifying learner will be capable of:

Training Outcomes

  • A table is created. Table to have at least 4 columns and 4 rows, and at least two of the following methods of creating a table are demonstrated: Insert Table on Standard Toolbar, Insert/Draw Table from Table Menu, Convert Text to Table from Table Menu.

  • Data is entered into the table.

  • Text is selected in the table.

  • Text is deleted from a table.

  • Text to be deleted in a single cell, in an entire row, in an entire column.

  • Table cells are inserted and deleted.

  • Text is copied from one cell range to another.

  • Text is moved from one cell range to another.

  • The width of a column is changed. The methods of changing a column width must include manually using drag, and automatically using Table Menu.

  • The height of a row is changed. The methods of changing a row height include manually using drag, and automatically using Table Menu.

  • The alignment of text in a cell range is changed.

  • Borders are added to a cell range.

  • The background shading of a cell range is changed.

  • The text colour is changed in a cell range.

  • Borders are changed in a cell range.

  • A table is formatted automatically using the features of the word processing application.

  • Cell attributes are changed.

  • Data in a table is sorted.

  • Numeric calculations are applied to achieve a given scenario.

  • A document column is inserted.

  • Edit a column in a document.

  • A column break is inserted and deleted.

  • A heading is added for a column.

  • A text box is added inside a column.

  • Text boxes are linked between different columns.

  • The merging of documents is described in terms of its usage.

  • Applications for merged documents are described in terms of their benefits.

  • A data source is created and saved that will be merged with various documents.

  • Documents that suitable for merging with data sources (referred to as main documents) are identified and created with given reasons for suitability.

  • A merged document is created and saved thru the use of the merge function of a word processing application.

  • Edit a data source and re-produce a merged document to prove the purpose of document merging.

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