You know how to use Microsoft® Office Word 2003 to create and format typical business documents. But you need to work on more complex documents. In this course, you will learn how to use Word to create and distribute long documents, forms, and Web pages.
- Course Outline
You know how to use Microsoft® Office Word 2003 to create and format typical business documents. But you need to work on more complex documents. In this course, you will learn how to use Word to create, manage, revise, and distribute long documents, forms, and Web pages.
Course Objective: You will create, manage, revise, and distribute long documents, forms, and Web pages.
Target Student: This course was designed for persons with a basic understanding of Microsoft Windows who can create and modify standard business documents in Microsoft® OfficeWord 2003, and who need to learn how to use the more advanced features of Word 2003 to create, manage, revise, and distribute long documents, forms, and Web pages. This course is intended for persons interested in pursuing Microsoft Office Specialist certification in Microsoft® Word 2003.
Performance-Based Objectives Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Use Word with other programs.
- Collaborate on documents.
- Add reference marks and notes to a document.
- Make long documents easier to use.
- Secure documents and document information.
- Create Web pages.
- Create a form.
- Use XML in Word.
Topic 1A: Link to a Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 Worksheet
Topic 1B: Link a Chart to Excel Data
Topic 1C: Send a Document Outline to PowerPoint
Topic 1D: Extract Text from a Fax
Topic 1E: Save a Document as a Different File Format
Topic 1F: Look Up Information Using Research Sites
Topic 1G: Send a Document as an Email Attachment
Lesson 2: Collaborating on Documents
Topic 2A: Modify User Information
Topic 2B: Create a New Version of a Document
Topic 2C: Delete Old Versions
Topic 2D: Send a Document for Review
Topic 2E: Use Comments
Topic 2F: Compare Document Changes
Topic 2G: Merge Document Changes
Topic 2H: Review a Document
Lesson 3: Adding Reference Marks and Notes
Topic 3A: Insert Bookmarks
Topic 3B: Insert Footnotes and Endnotes
Topic 3C: Add Captions
Topic 3D: Insert Cross-references
Lesson 4: Making Long Documents Easier to Use
Topic 4A: Mark Text for Indexing
Topic 4B: Insert an Index
Topic 4C: Insert a Table of Figures
Topic 4D: Mark Text for a Table of Authorities
Topic 4E: Insert a Table of Authorities
Topic 4F: Insert a Table of Contents
Topic 4G: Create a Master Document
Topic 4H: Automatically Summarize a Document
Lesson 5: Securing a Document
Topic 5A: Update a Document's Properties
Topic 5B: Save a Document without Personal Information
Topic 5C: Hide Text
Topic 5D: Limit Formatting Choices in a Document
Topic 5E: Select Regions of a Document that Can Be Modified
Topic 5F: Add a Digital Signature to a Document
Topic 5G: Require a Password to Open a Document
Lesson 6: Creating Web Pages
Topic 6A: Create a Web Page
Topic 6B: Insert Hyperlinks
Topic 6C: Insert a Movie Clip into a Web Page
Topic 6D: Apply a Theme to a Web Page
Topic 6E: Create a Framed Web Page
Topic 6F: Save a Web Page to a Web Server
Lesson 7: Creating Forms
Topic 7A: Add Form Fields to a Document
Topic 7B: Protect a Form
Topic 7C: Save Form Data as Plain Text
Topic 7D: Automate a Form
Lesson 8: Using XML in Word
Topic 8A: Tag an Existing Document
Topic 8B: Save a Document as XML
Topic 8C: Transform an XML Document
Appendix A: Microsoft Office Specialist Program
- Prerequisites & Certificates
Students should be able to use Microsoft® Office Word 2003 to create, edit, format, save, and print business documents that contain text, tables, and graphics. Students should also be able to use a Web browser and an email program. A basic understanding of XML would also be helpful. In order to understand how Word interacts with other applications in the Microsoft Office System, students should have a basic understanding of how worksheets and presentations work.
Certificate of completion
- Cancellation Policy
Students are required to give notice if they are unable to attend their class:
2 weeks (10 full business days) or longer prior to training date = full refund
1 to 2 weeks (5 - 9 full business days) prior to training date = 50% of course fee refund
Less than 1 week (4 full business days or fewer) prior to training date = 0% refund
NOTE: You may substitute classes or students at any time.
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