K Alliance Microsoft Word 2007 (8896) Product Details
In today’s business world, it’s important to keep your software up to date with the latest versions. If you’ve upgraded to Word 2007, you can benefit with Microsoft Word 2007 training from CBT Planet. Choose a self-study MS Word tutorial CD to get up to speed on all the new features and functions. You’ll learn what’s new and how to maximize your software.
Simply install the Word 2007 CBT onto your computer system to begin. You don’t even need a copy of Word on your PC in order to work with it. That’s because the course comes loaded with an interactive interface complete with a simulated Word environment. You’ll get actual hands-on experience using the simulated Word exercises.
The self-study Microsoft Word training CD lends itself to self-directed study. Pre and post assessments clearly show you how you’ve progressed. Coupled with end-of-unit reviews, you can see the areas that you need to focus on. When you use the Word CBT, you can pick up where you left off or jump ahead to a section of interest.
With computer based training, multimedia is prominently featured and taken advantage of. You’ll see videos and animations, listen to narrated instructions, perform exercises, and much more. The self-study MS Word 2007 tutorial CD makes learning intuitive and fun.
Benefits of Microsoft Word 2007 Training
If you spend most of your work day in front of a computer, you probably spend a fair amount of time using Microsoft Word, one of the leading word processors. But do you really know how to use the software?
With the release of Office 2007, Microsoft rolled out a major redesign. These new changes are particularly evident in Microsoft Word 2007. Upon upgrading to the new version, you'll immediately see that things have changed. Now is the perfect time to enroll in a Microsoft Word 2007 training course. Not only can you learn about the changes before you get too frustrated, you can also finally move beyond the basics of the software.
With a good self-study Microsoft Word 2007 training program such as a computer based or video based course, you can learn about the changes and where to find your favorite MS Word tools as well as move on to the features you've always wanted to learn about but never got around to.
Whether you want to learn how to apply styles to make your documents look better overall or learn how to track revisions, you can find a Microsoft Word 2007 training course to match your current abilities and take you to the next level.
Word is loaded with tools designed to make your workload lighter. By learning what these tools are and how to use them, you can save time and reduce redundancy. For example, the References tab is packed with tools for inserting indexes, footnotes, captions, tables of contents, citations, and bibliographies. With the proper self-study Microsoft Word 2007 tutorial training, you can better manage your sources and instantly create linked, properly formatted citations, tables, and indexes. Why enter this information manually when the software is set up to do it for you with just a few clicks of the mouse?
Take your Word skills to the next level and impress yourself, your coworkers, and your boss!
Microsoft Word 2007 Intermediate
1.0 Working with Styles
1.1 Creating Text Styles
1.2 Modifying Styles
1.3 Renumbering Lists
1.4 Sorting Lists
1.5 Customizing and Structuring Lists
2.0 Sections and Columns
2.1 How to Create and Format a Section
2.2 Controlling the Appearance of Characters
2.3 Adding Headers and Footers
3.0 Formatting Tables
3.1 Positioning the Text in a Cell
3.2 Adding Borders and Shading
3.3 Sorting Table Data
3.4 Performing Calculations in a Table
4.0 Printing Labels and Envelopes
4.1 Printing Labels and Envelopes
5.0 Templates and Building Blocks
5.1 Introduction to Templates
5.2 Creating a Template
5.3 How to Apply a Theme
5.4 What are QuickParts
6.1 Working with Diagrams
6.2 Customizing SmartART
6.3 Drawing Tools in MS Word
6.4 Displaying Text as a Graphic
7.0 Document Revision Management
7.1 Tracking Changes in a Document
7.2 Adding, Editing, and Viewing Comments
8.0 Web Features of MS Word
8.1 Saving a Document as a Web Page
8.2 Adding Hyperlinks