Certified Word 2003 Professional Course Outline

Course Outline


1. Creating Content
  • Insert and edit text, symbols and special characters
  • Insert frequently used and pre-defined text
  • Navigate to specific content
  • Insert, position and size graphics
  • Create and modify diagrams and charts
  • Locate, select and insert supporting information
2. Organizing Content
  • Insert and modify tables
  • Create bulleted lists, numbered lists and outlines
  • Insert and modify hyperlinks
3. Formatting Content
  • Format text
  • Format paragraphs
  • Apply and format columns
  • Insert and modify content in headers and footers
  • Modify document layout and page setup
4. Collaborating
  • Circulate documents for review
  • Compare and merge documents
  • Insert, view and edit comments
  • Track, accept and reject proposed changes
5. Formatting and Managing Documents
  • Create new documents using templates
  • Review and modify document properties
  • Organize documents using file folders
  • Save documents in appropriate formats for different uses
  • Print documents, envelopes and labels
  • Preview documents and Web pages
  • Change and organize document views and windows
6. Formatting Content
  • Create custom styles for text, tables and lists
  • Control pagination
  • Format, position and resize graphics using advanced layout features
  • Insert and modify objects
  • Create and modify diagrams and charts using data from other sources
7. Organizing Content
  • Sort content in lists and tables
  • Perform calculations in tables
  • Modify table formats
  • Summarize document content using automated tools
  • Use automated tools for document navigation
  • Merge letters with other data sources
  • Merge labels with other data sources
  • Structure documents using XML
8. Formatting Documents
  • Create and modify forms
  • Create and modify document background
  • Create and modify document indexes and tables
  • Insert and modify endnotes, footnotes, captions, and cross-references
  • Create and manage master documents and subdocuments
9. Collaborating
  • Modify track changes options
  • Publish and edit Web documents
  • Manage document versions
  • Protect and restrict forms and documents
  • Attach digital signatures to documents
  • Customize document properties
10. Customizing Word
  • Create, edit, and run macros
  • Customize menus and toolbars
  • Modify Word default settings

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