Training and Guidance for Microsoft Work

Get the most out of Word

Microsoft Word is the most commonly used word processing software for business, educational, and personal uses alike. From creating professional documents, letters and personal correspondence, essays, flyers, etc., it’s truly hard to imagine life without Word.

Browse E-learning and classroom courses offering education in Microsoft Word once you’ve found several options that suite your needs send an information request to the training company and they will respond to your submission promptly.

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Word 2010
ODYSSEY.ONLINE
Access for 12 Months
19 USD
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This  Word 2010  online training course is designed to provide all students with an understanding of Word and how to practically apply...
Word 2013
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Access for 12 Months
19 USD
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This  Word 2013  online training course is designed to provide all students with an understanding of Word and how to practically apply...
Microsoft Word
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120 USD
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The ability to confidently produce high quality professional documents is a critical skill for any business professional. With great positive...
Utilizing Microsoft® Word(TM) Features and Functions
Lorman Education Services
1.5 hours
99 USD
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Enjoy the time saving benefit of learning shortcuts and must know automation features. Enjoy the time saving benefit of learning...
Microsoft Word 2013
Keystone Learning Systems
7 hours
129 USD
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This 7 hour Microsoft Word 2013  training course is designed to make participants familiar with the new and exciting features...
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Empower Word ProcessingMicrosoft Word Training

Arguably the backbone of the Microsoft Office program suite, Word is quite possibly the single most commonly used software program of any kind, let alone word processing software. This said, there’s much more to Word than meets the eye and even regular users of the word processing software will benefit greatly from a study of its various functionalities and capabilities.

Courses in word vary by level of difficulty, covering everything from basic document formatting knowledge to using macros and autosummarizing. Courses are often commonly organized by the year they were released.

Updates

Originally released by Microsoft in 1989, Word has seen a number of updates over the years. Changes to the software range in degree of importance depending on the release, from the introduction of XML formatting in Word 2003, to removing under-utilized features and redesigning page scrolling in Word 2010. Because updates vary greatly and some companies decide not to update Word for various reasons, training in the newest version may not be the best option. Confirm what version of Microsoft Word you will be using most often before enrolling in a training course.

Interface

Word has had a number of facelifts over the years. While the intention has mostly been towards creating and maintaining an intuitive navigation as new functionalities are added, professional guidance through interface updates goes a long way to speed up understanding.  As you are moving from one version to the next, ease the transition and get fluent with the changes interface more quickly with

Functionality

Word is capable of a truly impressive feats, with the right knowledge. Learn the various functionalities of Word, from basic to advanced.  Courses in Word instruct learners in:

  • Basic document formatting and alignment
  • Creating templates
  • Setting and personalizing display options
  • Adding and removing bar tabs
  • Creating lists: utilizing bullets and columns
  • Creating tables: formatting, formulas and more
  • Word for use in the business world
  • Adding fonts
  • Headers and footers
  • And much more

Of all the things one can learn in a Microsoft Word training program, perhaps the most valuable to a business professional will be how to properly secure a document.  Often considered after the laptop has been stolen or the office has been broken into, correctly securing documents can be the best defense against fraud or other potential damaged caused by sensitive information ending up in the wrong hands.  Password protection is also the best way to ensure a documents integrity as it is passed are an office or to external contacts. Word documents can be protected from editing and formatting changes.

There are three ways to protect a document in Microsoft Word:

  • Password to open a document
  • Password for prohibiting editing or formatting changes
  • Password for modifying documents