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Microsoft Word Training: Advanced

The Center of Higher Learning and Pearl River Community College are pleased to announce Microsoft software training at the NASA John C. Stennis Space Center. These classes are scheduled for the CHL Computer Training Lab in Bldg. 1103, Room 1005. 

To reserve a seat, at least one week prior, please contact Troy Teadt at 228-688-3113 (office), 985-788-3257 (cell) or (email). 

To see details for the entire Word series, click here. 


Microsoft Word: Advanced (Level 3 of 3)

Performance-Based Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • create and distribute a form.
  • automate tasks by writing and revising macros.
  • create references to information in a document.
  • prepare a document for publication.
  • revise documents based on feedback provided by other users.

Course Content

Lesson 1: Creating and Distributing Forms

Topic 1A: Create a Form Template

Topic 1B: Insert Fields in a Form Template

Topic 1C: Protect the Form

Topic 1D: Test a Form

Lesson 2: Automating Tasks

Topic 2A: Run Macros

Topic 2B: Record a Macro

Topic 2C: Edit a Macro

Topic 2D: Create Toolbar Buttons

Topic 2E: Create Custom Menus

Lesson 3: Referencing Document Information

Topic 3A: Insert Bookmarks

Topic 3B: Insert Footnotes and Endnotes

Topic 3C: Add Captions

Topic 3D: Create Cross-References

Lesson 4: Preparing a Document for Publication

Topic 4A: Set Book Margins

Topic 4B: Create Custom Headers and Footers

Topic 4C: Compile a Table of Contents

Topic 4D: Index the Document

Topic 4E: Create a Master Document

Lesson 5: Revising Documents

Topic 5A: Create Document Versions

Topic 5B: Distribute a Document

Topic 5C: Track Changes to a Document

Topic 5D: Review Document Changes

Lesson 6: Modifying an HTML Page

Topic 6A: Save Word Documents as Web Pages

Topic 6B: Edit Web Pages in Word

Topic 6C: Insert Scrolling Text

Topic 6D: Place a Movie Clip in a Web Page

Topic 6E: Insert a Background Sound

Earlier Event: March 22
Microsoft Word Training: Intermediate
Later Event: April 5
Microsoft Access: Introduction