ECDL Module 3 Word Processing Using Word 2000

2 Day Course

This course has been retired. Please view currently available User ECDL Training Courses.


Course contents include: (56 topics)

  • Understanding the Basics of Word
  • Understanding the Word Processing Concept
  • Using the Office Assistant
  • Exploring the Word Window Layout
  • Using Menus and Toolbars
  • Using Word Default Settings
  • Creating Documents
  • Understanding File Operations
  • Revising Text and Printing
  • Moving Around a Document
  • Selecting, Editing and Deleting Text
  • Using Undo/Redo
  • Moving and Copying Text
  • Printing
  • Using Word's Viewing Modes
  • Using Word's View Options
  • Using Document Map
  • Using Zoom
  • Text Formatting
  • Applying Character Formats
  • Changing the Font Face and Size
  • Change Case and Show/Hide Markers
  • Inserting Special Characters and Symbols
  • Assigning Paragraph Formats
  • Applying Paragraph Alignment
  • Using Indentation
  • Line Spacing
  • Applying Bullets and Numbering
  • Applying Page Layouts
  • Setting Margins, Paper Size and Orientation
  • Inserting Section Breaks
  • Using Page Breaks and Pagination
  • Inserting Headers and Footers and Page Numbers
  • Working with Multiple Documents
  • Working with Several Documents
  • Moving and Copying Text Between Windows
  • Combining Documents
  • Proofing Documents
  • Using the Proofing Tools
  • Finding and Replacing Text
  • Working with Tabs and Tables
  • Using Tabs
  • Working with and Formatting Tables
  • Formatting Text in a Table
  • Using Templates and Wizards
  • Using, Customising and Modifying Templates
  • Using Wizards
  • Creating a Mail Merge
  • Understanding and Creating a Mail Merge
  • Working with Styles
  • Creating and Using Styles
  • Working with Pictures and Objects
  • Inserting ClipArt Clips
  • Scaling, Cropping and Manipulating Pictures
  • Inserting AutoShapes
  • Enhancing Objects


A knowledge of the Windows 95 environment is assumed. Delegates with no knowledge of Windows 95 should attend Windows 95 Introductory Level prior to this course.

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