MS Word - Advanced, ITI-079
Summer 2014 Course Description: (Click here for Fall 2014 Description) Perform mail merges, create and use forms, and create master documents that include a table of contents, a table of figures, footnotes, endnotes, an index, bookmarks, cross-references, and web frames. Learn to create macros, customize the ribbon and Quick Access toolbar, and work with XML documents.
This course follows curriculum for the Microsoft Office Specialist core-level exam for Word 2010 (exam 77-881) and the Microsoft Office Specialist Expert exam for Word 2010 (exam 77-887). For comprehensive certification training, students should complete the Introduction, Intermediate, and Advanced courses for Word 2010. Course manual comes with CertBlaster exam prep software (download).
Prerequisites: MS Word- Intermediate or equivalent experience.
Textbook: Please bring your textbook to the first class session. See MC Bookstores for more information on your textbook, bring to first class along with a USB Flash Drive/memory stick (at least 512 MB).
Classroom Hours: 10
- Table Of Contents:
Unit 1: Using Mail Merge
Topic A: Form letters
Topic B: Data sources for the recipient list
Topic C: Mailing labels and envelopes
Unit 2: Objects and backgrounds
Topic A: Inserting content from other applications
Topic B: Changing the document background
Unit 3: Using macros
Topic A: Recording and running macros
Topic B: Modifying and deleting macros
Unit 4: Working with forms
Topic A: Creating forms
Topic B: Protecting forms
Topic C: Sharing and securing documents
Unit 5: Customizing Word
Topic A: Customizing the Ribbon
Topic B: Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
Topic C: Customizing keyboard shortcuts
Unit 6: Long documents
Topic A: Master documents
Topic B: Tables of contents and figures
Topic C: Indexes, bibliographies, and other references
Topic D: Bookmarks and cross-references
Topic E: Web frames
Unit 7: XML features
Topic A: Working with XML
MS WORD- ADVANCED
Fall 2014 Description: This course builds on the skills and concepts taught in MS Word 2013 - Intermediate. Learn how to create forms and master documents, insert TOC and indexes, and bibliographies in a document. Explore how to customize the Ribbon. Finally, learn to create and modify simple macros. This course follows the curriculum for the Microsoft Office Specialist core-level for Word 2013 (exam 77-418) and the Microsoft Office Specialist Expert for Word 2013 (exams 77-425 & 426). For comprehensive certification training, students should complete MS Word Levels I, II, III. Prerequisites: MS Word- Intermediate or equivalent experience. Computer Basics, Working with Windows or File Management Skills or equivalent experience.
Textbook: Please bring your textbook to the first class session. See MC Bookstores for more information on your textbook; bring to first class along with a USB Flash Drive/memory stick (at least 512 MB).
Course Objectives: After completing this course, students will know how to:
- Create forms, add content from other applications to a Word document, preview a document as a Web page, and save a document as a Web page.
- Create a table of contents and table of figures, add captions and cross-references create an index, insert a bibliography, and add footnotes.
- Customize the ribbon by adding tabs and groups, use Building Blocks Organizer, and create a master document.
- Record simple macros, use VBA and examine the Visual Basic Editor, change the properties of an object, add a module to a project, write the code for a procedure and then run it, manipulate data by declaring variables, combine data by using expressions, use functions to accept input and display output, declare variables and procedures with the appropriate scope, work with VBA objects, and use the Document collection and the Table collection.
- Use decision structure to create procedures that make decisions, use loop structures to perform repetitive tasks, add forms to a project and add controls to a form, handle events attached to forms and controls, validate data entry in controls, identify errors in code, and use debugging tools.