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Introduction to Microsoft Word Processing

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Duration: Self-Paced Learning
Lectures: 7
Course type: Short Courses
Certificate of Completion: FREE
Microsoft Word Processing

Microsoft Word is a powerful word processing program that allows you to create documents such as letters, articles, term papers, and reports; and revise them easily.

Word is much more powerful than WordPad because of the many built-in tools such as spell checking and text auto-correcting. Word makes creating a document easy and fun especially if you try out the latest Microsoft Word Wizards.

Wizards are useful for creating documents that are complex, such as a Resume, without having advanced word processing skills. Even Wizards can be difficult to handle if your word processing skills are minimal. This course will help you gain the basic knowledge and skills for creating documents using Word

A word processor is software or a device that allows users to create, edit, and print documents. It enables you to write text, store it electronically, display it on a screen, modify it by entering commands and characters from the keyboard, and print it. Of all computer applications, word processing is the most common. Today, most word processors are delivered either as a cloud service or as software that users can install on a PC or mobile device.

This course is intended for beginners who have little to no experience with word processing. Uses Microsoft Word in this section. If you don’t have Microsoft Word, you can take this course anyway. Google Docs, for example, is open to those with a Google Account. Lastly, note that most colleges, universities and some public libraries provide public computer stations with at least one ready-to-use word processing software.

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

  • Demonstrate how to use the File Ribbon/Office Button to save a document;
  • Demonstrate how to use the File Ribbon/Office Button to select print options and print a document;
  • Explain the difference between “Save” and “Save as”;
  • Describe which tab in the ribbon to use to access various selections;
  • Define “non-printing character” and describe the use of the Show/Hide button;
  • Define the parts of block style, modified block, and semi-block business letters; and
  • Create a block style business letter using Microsoft Word.

Course Curriculum

SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION TO MS WORD

1
Word Processing
Self-Paced
2
Menu Environment
Self-Paced
3
The Home Tab
Self-Paced
4
MS Word Screen
Self-Paced
5
Quiz
5 questions

SECTION 2: CREATING A BLOCK STYLE BUSINESS LETTER

1
Creating A Document Using Word
Self-Paced
2
Writing A Business Letter Using MS Word
Self-Paced
3
Wrapping Up
Self-Paced
4
Quiz
10 questions

 

SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION TO MS WORD

1
Word Processing
Self-Paced
2
Menu Environment
Self-Paced
3
The Home Tab
Self-Paced
4
MS Word Screen
Self-Paced
5
Quiz
5 questions

SECTION 2: CREATING A BLOCK STYLE BUSINESS LETTER

1
Creating A Document Using Word
Self-Paced
2
Writing A Business Letter Using MS Word
Self-Paced
3
Wrapping Up
Self-Paced
4
Quiz
10 questions

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