Accredited IT Training | Microsoft Word 2016 Expert
Title: Word 2016 Expert

This Microsoft Word 2016 Expert Certification Guide teaches you how to use a variety of intermediate and advanced features to create and format business documents such as online forms and personalised mailings;
and how to include reference tables; manage multiple documents; and customise various Word elements. Some topics will review core skills sets and will then be discussed in more detail, exploring at a higher level different options that can be chosen or applied for that skills set.

Delegates who complete this course will have reviewed all the exam objectives and be prepared to take the Microsoft Specialist Word 2016 Expert Exam 77-726. In order to complete the Expert course the delegates need to have completed the Word Advanced course at PCS.

Before undertaking the course, PCS will give you the expert training manual and access to our training quizzes. Delegates will need to use these resources to learn and revise for the exam. Once the delegate has used these resources they can come to our offices for a 1 day session at our offices to help you pass the exam.

PCS Learning Hub: PCS offer a unique service where delegates can book a time to come to our offices and use our equipment to learn the material, workiung at your own pace away from any distractions.

Course Prerequisites

This course assumes that delegates have completed all levels of PCS' Microsoft Word scheduled courses, or at least have the equivalent Excel knowledge and experience. Delegates should be able to:

Use the taskbar Use Minimise, Restore Down/Maximise, or Close
Use the Help feature Understand file management techniques
Create and manage documents Navigate between files, folders, or drives
Format text, paragraphs, and sections Apply references
Create tables and lists Insert and format objects

Course Content

Session 1: Using Advanced Design Elements
Section A: Customising Templates Section D: Searching for Specific Information
Section B: Working with Styles Section E: Controlling the Text Flow
Section C: Customising Themes and Style Sets

Session 2: Managing Documents
Section A: Managing Documents Section D: Comparing and Combining Documents
Section B: Importing and Linking to External Content Section E: Protecting Documents
Section C: Linking Text Boxes

Session 3: Using Productivity Tools
Section A: Customising Global Settings Section C: Working with Building Blocks
Section B: Setting Up Forms Section D: Understanding Macros

Session 4: Working with Advanced References
Section A: Accommodating a Global Audience Section D: Creating Tables of Contents
Section B: Adding Document References Section E: Understanding Mail Merge
Section C: Creating Indexes

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