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Coding & Tech
Microsoft Word 2010: Advanced Formatting Techniques
Learn more expanded formatting features in Microsoft Word. Explore the more creating side and some additional techniques to help writing and presentation of school papers.
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Twice per week
over 1 week
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Understand the importance of Font Styles and Document Formatting to see how they can help us for developing school papers. Also, learn how to create a Table of Contents. We will also look at advanced features of a Table - changing text direction; sorting; merging/split on a table; creating equations in Microsoft Word; and convert text to a table. We will also sort lists, create a watermark, use text boxes, create Word Art, insert and format shapes, use SmartArt. Explore the techniques and...
Students will learn advanced formatting techniques to incorporate into paper writing and fun design techniques to use in creative projects for school as well.
Practice between classes to secure knowledge of concepts in a new document. Practice makes better.... A project will be completed during the second day, last half of the class to demonstrate knowledge of what was learned. Content is up to the student but the techniques learned will be incorporated.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
They are to submit their completed project to the teacher via the classroom. In return, they will receive a certificate of completion for the course.
2 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Katrina BInstructor - Business, Computer, Communications
6 total reviews
11 completed classes
Hi everyone! I have 18+ years of teaching experience at the college level. I have owned my own business consulting company for the past 18 years, working in it full-time for the past 8 years. I specialize in teaching computer software, especially...