Introduction to Microsoft Word® 2007

Course Title

Introduction to Microsoft Word® 2007

Topics Covered

  • The New Interface for Word® 2007 (Ribbon Bar)
  • Document Formatting, Styles, fonts, and Justification.
  • Navigation around a document, Page Up, Page Down, Top, bottom, and bookmarks
  • Page layout, Portrait, Landscape, inserting breaks and using headers & footers.
  • Printing and Saving Documents, Creating Templates
  • Tables, media, Drawing, Shapes, and Word Art

Who is this course aimed at?

This is the Introduction Course so Anyone one who has never or only just started using Word® 2007 and wishes to know the basics. This course is about getting you started.

Course Prerequisites

All students must be ready to learn, and be familiar with basic Windows operation, they need to be able to log in and start the Word® 2007 Application from the Windows Start button. This is the Introduction Word® course and therefore no prior knowledge of Microsoft Word® 2007 is required.

Course Outline

Introduction to Word® 2007

Getting Started
Word® Interface
Creating and Saving Documents
Using Help
Printing documents

Editing Documents
Navigating around a document
Editing text
Undo Command

Moving & Copying Text
Copy, Cut & Paste
Finding & Replacing
Selecting Text

Formatting Characters & Paragraphs
Character Formatting
Using Tabs
Paragraph Formatting
Advanced Formatting

Creating and Managing Tables
Creating Tables
Working with tables
Modifying tables

Controlling Page layout
Headers & Footers
Working with margings
Working with Page breaks

Proofing and Printing Documents
Spell checking
Previewing & Printing Documents

Web Featuers
Saving as Web Pages
Working with Hyperlinks
Emailing Documents

What do I Get

  • A Printed Certificate.
  • Tea, Coffee, and Biscuits throughout the day.
  • Soft Drinks and bottled water are also available.
  • Lunch (dietary requirements catered for).
  • Course Handouts.

Course Objectives

By the end of this course the student will be able to comfortably work with the Word® interface, ribbon bar and application. Format text, create styles, navigate the document and have a better understanding of the concepts that add creativity to documents. It will prepare the way for the intermediary and Advance course. Leading to eventual Microsoft Certification.

Microsoft Office Certification

Specialist Logo OnlySpecialist Logo OnlyMicrosoft offer a program of Certification which is is industry recognised as a statement of competence in the Office® Suite of programs. Employers also recognise this and obtaining certification is a great way to improve your job prospects and enhance a CV.

Before you can take this however you need to register with Certiport who administer the exams on behalf of Microsoft. Registration is simple and strait forward, and there are a number of places up and down the country where candidates can sit and take the exams. Booking exams is also fairly straight forward and on successfully passing you will be issued with a certificate of competence from Microsoft.