Word 2010-Basics

About the Class:

This workshop lasts 3 hours.

It is part of the certificate series Office 2010 Productivity.

This workshop introduces some of the more commonly used commands and tools available in Microsoft Word. Intended for participants who are already comfortable with basic text editing and formatting, this workshop covers more advanced topics such as using tabs, creating lists, working with headers and footers, using styles, sorting text, and saving a Word document for the web.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Utilize views and styles,
  • Change line spacing,
  • Align text using tabs and indents,
  • Sort information,
  • Format bulleted and numbered lists,
  • Create headers and footers,
  • Create cover pages,
  • Add bibliographies and footnotes.

What You Need to Know:

  • Perform basic actions with the keyboard and mouse,
  • Format text (for example, make text bold or italicized),
  • Check spelling and grammar,
  • Change line spacing,
  • Insert page breaks and page numbering,
  • Save backup copies of documents to multiple locations.

If you don’t have those skills, consider first taking the workshop:

  • Windows: Basic Computing Skills

 

Resources

Word 2010(PC) Word 2011(Mac)
Basic Tasks in Word Basic Tasks in Word