Word 2010 Level 3

1 Day Course
Hands On
Code DWD10L3

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Using Microsoft Office Word 2010 with Other Programs (5 topics)

  • Link to a Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Worksheet
  • Link a Chart to Excel Data
  • Send a Document Outline to Microsoft Office PowerPoint
  • Extract Text from a Fax
  • Send a Document as an Email Message

Collaborating on Documents (6 topics)

  • Modify User Information
  • Send a Document for Review
  • Review a Document
  • Compare Document Changes
  • Merge Document Changes
  • Review Track Changes and Comments

Managing Document Versions (3 topics)

  • Create a New Version of a Document
  • Compare Document Versions
  • Merge Document Versions

Adding Reference Marks and Notes (6 topics)

  • Insert Bookmarks
  • Insert Footnotes and Endnotes
  • Add Captions
  • Add Hyperlinks
  • Add Cross-References
  • Add Citations and a Bibliography

Making Long Documents Easier to Use (7 topics)

  • Insert Blank and Cover Pages
  • Insert an Index
  • Insert Table of Figures
  • Insert Table of Authorities
  • Insert Table of Contents
  • Create a Master Document
  • Automatically Summarize a Document

Securing a Document (7 topics)

  • Update a Document's Properties
  • Hide Text
  • Remove Personal Information from a Document
  • Set Formatting and Editing Restrictions
  • Add a Digital Signature to a Document
  • Set a Password for a Document
  • Restrict Document Access

Appendix A: Creating Forms (4 topics)

  • Add Form Fields to a Document
  • Protect a Form
  • Save a Form Data as Plain Text
  • Automate a Form

Using XML in Word (2 topics)

  • Tag an Existing Document
  • Transform an XML Document


Students should be able to use Microsoft Office Word 2010 to create, edit, format, save, and print business documents that contain text, tables, and graphics. Students should also be able to use a web browser and an email program. A basic understanding of XML would also be helpful. In order to understand how Word interacts with other applications in the Microsoft Office System, students should have a basic understanding of how worksheets and presentations work. Students should also hold equivalent knowledge to the level of the Microsoft Word 2010 level 1 and Microsoft Word 2010 level 2 courses.

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