Introduction to Microsoft Word 2016 for Mac Training
This Introduction to Microsoft Word 2016 for Mac training class is designed for students new to working with Microsoft Word on a Mac. Students will learn to create, edit, format, and print Microsoft Word documents.
Target Audience: Students who have little or no familiarity with Microsoft Word 2016 or more experienced Word users who want to learn the topics covered in this course in the 2016 interface.
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- Learn to create and edit Microsoft Word documents.
- Learn about the Ribbon.
- Learn about the File tab.
- Learn to create new documents and use Word templates.
- Learn to format Word documents.
- Learn to add page numbers, headers and footers, and spell and grammar check documents.
- Creating a Microsoft Word Document
- Starting Microsoft Word
- Creating a Document
- Saving a Document
- Backward Compatibility Importing a File
- The Status Bar
- Closing a Document
- Exercise: Create a Microsoft Word Document
- The Ribbon
- The Ribbon
- Tabs Groups
- Inserting Symbols Using Commands
- Exercise: Exploring the Ribbon
- The Backstage View (The File Menu)
- Introduction to the Backstage View Opening a Document
- Exercise: Open a Document New Documents and Word Templates
- Exercise: Write a Thank You Letter Using a Template Letter
- Configuring Documents to Print
- Print Document Sections
- Set Print Scaling
- Exercise: Print a Document
- Adding Your Name to Microsoft Word
- Adding Values to Document Properties
- Working with Autosaved Versions of Documents
- The Quick Access Toolbar
- Adding Common Commands
- Adding Additional Commands with the Customize Dialog Box
- Adding Ribbon Commands or Groups
- Exercise: Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
- Formatting Microsoft Word Documents
- Selecting Text
- Selecting Fonts
- Clear Existing Formatting
- Set Indentation
- Change Text to WordArt
- Exercise: Working with Fonts
- Working with Lists
- Creating Custom Bullets
- Modifying List Indendation
- Modifying Line Spacing in a List
- Increasing and Decreasing List Levels
- Modifying List Numbering
- Exercise:Working with Lists
- Inserting a Hyperlink in a Document
- Exercise: Inserting a Hyperlink
- Using Styles
- About Styles
- Applying Paragraph Styles
- Applying Character Styles Changing Document Style Sets
- Creating Quick Styles
- Exercise: Applying and Creating Custom Styles
- Using Themes
- Using the Ruler
- Exercise: Using Tabs Setting Margins
- Exercise: Setting Margins
- Editing Documents
- Find and Replace
- Using a Wildcard to Find and Replace
- Find and Replace Tips
- Inserting Text Using AutoCorrect
- Appending Text to a Document
- Exercise: Using Find and Replace
- Using the Clipboard
- The Clipboard Group
- Copying and Pasting Text
- The Office Clipboard Task Pane
- Exercise Using the Clipboard
- Finalizing Microsoft Word Documents
- Adding Page Numbers
- Exercise: Adding Page Numbers
- Headers and Footers
- Exercise: Using Headers and Footers
- Checking Spelling and Grammar
- Exercise: Checking Spelling and Grammar
- Microsoft Word Features that Were New in 2013
- Using Read Mode The Object Zoom Feature
- Exercise: Exploring the Read Mode and Object Zoom Features
- New Features in 2016
- Tell Me
- Smart Lookup
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this Microsoft Word class:
- Familiarity with using a personal computer, mouse, and keyboard.
- Comfortable in the Windows environment.
- Ability to launch and close programs; navigate to information stored on the computer; and manage files and folders.