Microsoft Word

Program Fundamentals

 

  • Starting Word 2010 

  • What’s New in Word 2010 

  • Understanding the Word Program Screen 

  • Giving Commands in Word 

  • Using Command Shortcuts 

  • Creating a New Document

  • Opening a Document 

  • Previewing and Printing a Document 

  • Saving a Document 

  • Closing a Document 

  • Using Help 

  • Exiting Word 

  • Program Fundamentals Review

Working With and Editing Text 

 

  • Checking Spelling and Grammar 

  • Finding Text 

  • Replacing Text 

  • Using Word Count and the Thesaurus 

  • Inserting Symbols and Special Characters 

  • Copying and Moving Text 

  • Controlling How Text is Copied or Moved 

  • Collecting Multiple Items to Move or Copy 

  • Using Undo, Redo, and Repeat 

  • Working With and Editing Text Review

Working With and Editing Text 

 

  • Checking Spelling and Grammar 

  • Finding Text 

  • Replacing Text 

  • Using Word Count and the Thesaurus 

  • Inserting Symbols and Special Characters 

  • Copying and Moving Text 

  • Controlling How Text is Copied or Moved 

  • Collecting Multiple Items to Move or Copy 

  • Using Undo, Redo, and Repeat 

  • Working With and Editing Text Review

Word processors are one of the most used computer programs. Their main purpose is to create, edit and modify text-based documents that can be printed or used electronically. Microsoft Word is considered the best word processing program out in the market. Over the last few years, it has been considered as the standard program of its kind. Learning Microsoft is a must for most office career.

Microsoft Word is packed with the tools that you need in making professional documents.

For advance users, Microsoft Word has the tools that can help you prepare a great report or presentation. You can do basic lay-outing, add and edit graphics and even include statistical data using charts and tables.  

If you use or will use Microsoft Office in your work, you should learn to master Microsoft Word. You can import almost any files on Word, even reports from Microsoft Excel or some graphic files from Powerpoint or Publisher. Word is also the easiest to learn among the program in Microsoft Office, and the good news is that most of them operate in the same way. They have the same keyboard shortcuts and the same icons. 

These are just the essential benefits that you will reap if you start learning Microsoft Word. Most Microsoft office tools are related and Word is the easiest to learn. So if you want to learn more, start from Word. Besides, almost everyone needs to learn at least one word processing software program, why not learn the best? Become a student at the Professional Institute of Technology and Accounting, master Microsoft Word. At PITA, you will learn the following techniques that will increase you chance to progress in an office environment.

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