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Microsoft Word Intermediate

Microsoft Word Intermediate course contentInstructor-led Microsoft Word 2010 Intermediate course outline


Intended audience:

1 day

Anyone who needs to use sophisticated word-processing as part of their job and wishes to expand their knowledge from a basic level.


To provide delegates with comprehensive Word training at Intermediate level by the use of worked examples


By the end of the session delegates will:

  • Understand and be able to use templates
  • Be able to format text at character and paragraph level.
  • Be able to use styles effectively
  • Be able to insert table and graphics into a document
  • Be competent in mail merging


A good level of familiarity with Microsoft Word Skills at basic level

Word Intermediate 2010

Some of the Microsoft Word Intermediate Skills we will cover include:

Microsoft Word templates

Saving documents to a specific location

Saving indifferent formats

Setting automatic hyphenation

Text editing

Inserting special characters and symbols

AutoCorrect options

Text wrapping options

Text orientation formatting options


Paragraph editing

Paragraph birders & shading

Bullets and Numbering

Widow and orphan paragraphs


Applying styles

Modifying styles

Creating styles


Creating a new template

Customising Normal.dotm

Section breaks

Creating sections within a document

Viewing and deleting section breaks


Creating multiple column layouts

Column formatting

Applying and deleting column breaks


Creating a table

Table Designs

Sorting data within a table

Merging and splitting cells


Inserting Shapes

Reordering graphics

Modifying image colours and borders

Grouping or ungrouping shapes

Inserting a watermark

Text boxes

Inserting a Text Box

Formatting Text Boxes

Linking Text Boxes

Mail merge

Using the Mail Merge Wizard

Creating a mailing list

Merging a mailing list

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