Microsoft Word 2010
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- Program Fundamentals
- Learn about the main
parts of the program screen, how to give commands, use help, and about new
features in Word 2010.
- Getting Started with Documents
- Goes through the most
basic commands for working with text, such as inserting and deleting,
selecting, and replacing text.
- Working With and Editing Text
with how to work with text when you insert and edit it in the document.
- Formatting Characters and Paragraphs
- Learn how to change
the appearance, size, and color of the characters in your documents. Also learn the ins and outs of formatting paragraphs: aligning text to the
left, right, and center of the page; increasing a paragraph’s line spacing; and
indenting paragraphs. Describes how to add borders to
paragraphs and how to create bulleted and number lists.
- Formatting the Page
- Looks at how to
change the appearance of entire pages. Also explains how to
add a header or footer that appears at the top or bottom of every page in your
document, how to control where the page breaks, and how to use multiple page
- Working with Themes and Styles
- Covers formatting
features that can save time when creating and formating documents.
- Working with Shapes and Pictures
- Explains how to use
Word’s drawing tools to insert shapes and text boxes in your documents; how to
insert pictures and clip art; and how to format pictures, shapes, and clip art.
- Working with WordArt, SmartArt, and Charts
- Explains how you can
incorporate three types of objects into your documents to give them pizzazz and
present information in an organized manner.
- Working with Tables
- A table neatly
arranges text and data in a grid, organized by columns and rows. Tables can be used in
place of tab stops to organize and layout information in an attractive,
- Working with Mailings
- Takes you step-by-step
through the mail merge process.
- Using Collaborative Editing Tools
- Word includes tools
such as track changes and comparing documents that allow you to examine
suggested changes and choose whether or not to include them in the final draft.
- Working with Outlines, Long Documents, and References
- Takes a look at how
Word can help you work with outlines and long documents. Learn how to add
cross-references, bookmarks, footnotes, a table of contents, an index, a
bibliography and other reference tools.
- Working with Templates
- Learn how to save
time creating similar documents using templates.
- Working with Forms
- Word forms have
several major advantages over the traditional paper type of forms. The greatest
benefit of a Word form is that you can complete it in Word—saving you time,
effort, and paper. Another advantage of a Word form is you can provide the user with
information and prompts to help them complete the form.
- Customizing Word
- Focuses on how to
customize the Ribbon, the Quick Access Toolbar, and AutoCorrect. Also
discusses how to access and review the default options for a program.
- More Topics
- Learn how to
customize the Quick Access Toolbar and work with AutoCorrect. Also learn more about
how to customize word by changing its default options, viewing document
properties, finding a document on your computer, recovering documents when Word
crashes, and repairing Word when it does not work properly.