Microsoft Word - Combo (Levels 1 & 2) Course

Course Details:

Length: 2 days

Price: $500/person (USD)

Group Price: Request Quote

Training Reviews

Course Features:

Live Instructor Teaching

Certificate of Completion

Digital Badge

Courseware: Print

Free 6 Month Online Retake

Hands-On Learning?: Yes

Software Lab Included?: Yes

Delivery Methods:

Live Online

Individuals and Groups
@ Your Location

Onsite for Teams

Group Teams
@ Your Organization

This is an instructor-led course. It is taught by an instructor live online or at organizations for groups.
For team training, we can teach onsite at your office or private live online.


Course Overview

Enroll in both of our instructor-led Microsoft Outlook classes and save $50. This course package includes:

Register Early: Registration Deadline is 2 Weeks Prior to Class Start.

Course Notes

Course Combo Refund Policy: Once payment is received, there are no refunds on instructor-led course bundles, due to a discount being given. However, you may reschedule any of the included classes if needed.

Versions That Can Attend: Desktop Version of Office 2021, 365, 2019, 2016 (Microsoft Windows PC or Macintosh)
Course Taught With: Desktop Version of Office version 365/2019 (Microsoft Windows PC) Software and Courseware

Knowledge Prerequisites

• To ensure your success in this course, you should have end-user skills with any current version of Windows, including being able to start programs, switch between programs, locate saved files, close programs, and use a browser to access websites. You can obtain this level of skills and knowledge by taking the Windows for End Users Course.

Related Certifications

MOS: Microsoft Office Microsoft Word Expert Certification
MOS: Microsoft Office Word Associate Certification

Certification Notes: Certification exams are administered by third party testing companies. Our courses prepare you for the certification exam, which is an additional fee paid to the testing provider. You must contact the corresponding testing provider to take a certification exam.


Course Topics

Word - Level 1 (Day 1)

Chapter 1: Word Basics
  • Start Word
  • Work in the Word user interface
  • Identify app window elements
  • Sidebar: About Microsoft 365 apps
  • Work with the ribbon and status bar
  • Sidebar: Adapt procedures for your environment
  • Sidebar: Discover new features
  • Manage Microsoft 365 app settings
  • Sidebar: Microsoft account options
  • Get help and provide feedback
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 2: Create and manage documents
  • Create documents
  • Open and move around in documents
  • Open existing documents
  • Sidebar: Open documents in Protected View
  • Sidebar: Open and edit PDF files in Word
  • Move around in documents
  • Display different views of documents
  • Display and edit file properties
  • Save and close documents
  • Manually save documents
  • Sidebar: Save files to OneDrive
  • Automatically save documents
  • Save documents in other formats
  • Sidebar: Maintain compatibility with earlier versions of Word
  • Close documents
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 3: Enter and edit text
  • Enter and import text
  • Select, move, copy, and delete text
  • Sidebar: Paste options
  • Find and replace text
  • Use reference and research tools
  • Sidebar: Install Office tools
  • Sidebar: Display document statistics
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 4: Modify the structure and appearance of text 103
  • Apply paragraph formatting
  • Configurealignment
  • Configureverticalspacing
  • Configure indents
  • Sidebar: Configure paragraph borders and shading
  • Structure content manually
  • Apply character formatting
  • Sidebar: Character formatting and case considerations
  • Sidebar: Format the first letter of a paragraph as a drop cap
  • Create and modify lists
  • Sidebar: Format text as you type
  • Apply built-in styles to text
  • Apply styles
  • Manage outline levels
  • Change the document theme
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 6: Add simple graphic elements
  • Insert, move, and resize pictures
  • Sidebar: Graphic formats
  • Edit and format pictures
  • Sidebar: Add video content to documents
  • Provide additional information about pictures
  • Insert screen clippings
  • Insert and format icons
  • Sidebar: Work with scalable vector graphics
  • Draw and modify shapes
  • Sidebar: Use the drawing canvas to draw shapes
  • Draw and add text to shapes
  • Sidebar: Locate additional formatting commands
  • Move and modify shapes
  • Format shapes
  • Sidebar: Insert symbols
  • Build equations
  • Sidebar: Math AutoCorrect
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 7: Insert and modify diagrams and 3D models
  • Create diagrams
  • Modify diagrams
  • Create picture diagrams
  • Insert and modify 3D models
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 12: Finalize and distribute documents
  • Locate and correct text errors
  • Preview and adjust page layout
  • Control what appears on each page
  • Prepare documents for electronic distribution
  • Sidebar: Accessibility issues
  • Print and send documents
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 16: Customize options and the user interface
  • Change default Word options
  • Manage general Office and Word options
  • Manage display options
  • Sidebar: Controlling connected experiences
  • Manage proofing options
  • Manage file saving options
  • Manage language options
  • Manage advanced options
  • Display and customize the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Sidebar: Transfer user interface customizations to another Word installation
  • Customize the ribbon
  • Manage add-ins and security options
  • Manage add-ins
  • Configure Trust Center options
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks


Word - Level 2 (Day 2)

Chapter 5: Organize information in columns and tables
  • Present information in columns
  • Create tabbed lists
  • Present information in tables
  • Sidebar: Insert spreadsheet content into a document
  • Sidebar: Other table layout options
  • Format tables
  • Sidebar: Quick Tables
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 8: Insert and modify charts
  • Create charts
  • Sidebar: Custom chart templates
  • Modify charts
  • Manage chart data
  • Modify the display of chart elements
  • Sidebar: Pie charts
  • Format charts
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 9: Format document elements
  • Format the page background
  • Insert a background watermark
  • Insert headers, footers, and page numbers
  • Insert preformatted document parts
  • Sidebar: Insert and link custom text boxes
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 10: Organize and arrange content
  • Reorganize document outlines
  • Manage content in the Navigation pane
  • Manage content in Outline view
  • Arrange objects on a page
  • Use tables to control page layout
  • Sidebar: Structure content for accessibility
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 11: Collaborate on documents
  • Mark up documents
  • Insert comments
  • Track changes
  • Display and review document markup
  • Display markup
  • Review and respond to comments
  • Review and process tracked changes
  • Compare and combine documents
  • Compare and combine separate copies of a document
  • Sidebar: Remember to check for errors
  • Compare separate versions of a document
  • Control content changes
  • Restrict actions
  • Restrict access by using a password
  • Coauthor documents
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 13: Reference content and content sources
  • Insert bookmarks and cross-references
  • Sidebar: Hyperlink to additional resources
  • Display document information in fields
  • Insert and modify footnotes and endnotes
  • Create and modify tables of contents
  • Sidebar: Other reference tables
  • Create and modify indexes
  • Cite sources and compile bibliographies
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 14: Merge data with documents and labels
  • Understand the mail merge process
  • Start the mail merge process
  • Get started with letters
  • Get started with labels
  • Get started with email messages
  • Sidebar: Attaching files to email merge messages
  • Choose and refine the data source
  • Select an existing data source
  • Create a new data source
  • Refine the data source records
  • Sidebar: Refresh data
  • Insert merge fields
  • Preview and complete the merge
  • Create individual envelopes and labels
  • Generate individua envelopes
  • Generate individual mailing labels
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks
Chapter 15: Create custom document elements
  • Create and modify styles
  • Create and manage custom themes
  • Create and attach templates
  • Create custom building blocks
  • Key points
  • Practice tasks

Related Microsoft Word Information:

How Much Do Microsoft Word Training Courses Cost?

Public instructor-led Microsoft Word course prices start at $275 per student. Group training discounts are available.

Self-Paced Microsoft Word eLearning courses cost $150 at the starting point per student. Group purchase discounts are available.

What Microsoft Word Skills Should I Learn?

A: If you are wondering what Microsoft Word skills are important to learn, we've written a Microsoft Word Skills and Learning Guide that maps out Word skills that are key to master and which of our courses teaches each skill.

Read Our Microsoft Word Skills and Learning Guide

What is the best way to learn Microsoft Word?

A: There are a few different ways that you can learn Microsoft Word. You can take classes or you can try to learn them on your own.

Taking classes is probably the best way to learn Microsoft Word. That way, you will have a professional instructor who can answer any questions that you have and help you master the software. If you decide to take classes, Certstaffix Training offers both online and group in-person options.

If you would prefer to learn on your own, there are some excellent resources available online. The Microsoft Office website has a lot of helpful tutorials that can walk you through the basics of using Word. You can also find many helpful YouTube videos that show you how to do specific tasks in Word.

How long does it take to learn MS Word?

A: Assuming you have little to no prior experience with Microsoft Word, you can expect to spend around 7-10 hours completing a basic Microsoft Word course on the software. However, keep in mind that there is a lot of variation in terms of how long it takes people to learn new software. Some individuals may be able to grasp the basics of Microsoft Word after just a few hours of training, while others may need more time to feel comfortable using the various features and tools. The best way to gauge how long it will take you to learn MS Word is to try out a few lessons and see how quickly you can pick up the concepts. If you find that you are struggling to understand the material, then you may want to give yourself more time to complete the course.

Ultimately, the amount of time it takes to learn MS Word will depend on your prior experience with the software and your general learning abilities. However, most people should be able to get a good handle on the basics after 10 hours or so of training.

What are the basic functions of Microsoft Word?

A: Microsoft Word is a word-processing program that allows users to create and edit text documents. It offers a variety of features that make it a powerful tool for both personal and professional use.

Some of the most important functions of Microsoft Word include:

  • Creating and editing text documents
  • Formatting text and paragraphs
  • Inserting images and other media
  • Creating hyperlinks
  • Creating tables and charts
  • Proofreading and spell checking
  • Collaborating with others on documents

Whether you're new to Word or simply need a refresher, our MS Word training classes can help you become more proficient in using this essential program. Contact us today to learn more about our class offerings.

What are the top Microsoft Word skills?

A: Some of the top Microsoft Word skills include knowing how to format text, create tables and insert images. Microsoft Word also has a number of features that can help make your documents look more professional, such as adding headers and footers, page numbering and using styles. If you're looking to really stand out, you can also learn how to create custom templates and macros. These skills will come in handy whether you're creating a simple document or a complex report.

If you want to be able to use Microsoft Word to its fullest potential, then you need to know how to format text. This includes knowing how to change the font, size, color and alignment of your text. You should also know how to create bulleted and numbered lists, as well as how to insert hyperlinks. Formatting your text properly can make a big difference in how professional your document looks.

Tables are another important skill to master in Microsoft Word. Tables can help you organize information and make it easier to read. If you know how to create and format tables, then you'll be able to create documents that look much more professional.

Finally, inserting images into your Microsoft Word document can really make it stand out. If you know how to insert and format images, then you can add pictures and graphics that will really help your document pop. These skills are essential for anyone who wants to create professional-looking documents in Microsoft Word. With a little practice, you'll be able to use all of these features to create stunning documents that will impress your boss or clients.

Where Can I Learn More About Microsoft Word?

Word Blogs

Word User Groups

Word Online Forums

Explore Microsoft Word Training Classes Near Me:

Certstaffix Training provides Microsoft Word classes near me or online, depending on the number of students involved. We offer online courses for individual learners, as well as in person classes at your office for corporate groups. Our trainers are highly experienced professionals with the expertise necessary to help you gain a thorough understanding of Microsoft Word concepts and tools. With our courses available online for individuals or in person for corporate groups, it's easy to develop your Microsoft Word skills. Start learning today and see how Certstaffix Training can help you reach your goals.



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