We begin with the secrets the pros use to navigate around large documents. Then we'll show you the right way to approach the project that eliminates errors and rework later. See how styles can save you steps later on in the process when you're adding tables of contents and other references. See how setting up your document for success can withstand even the most meddling contributors when it comes to format.
Discover the secrets of headers and footers and how they can move and change as your documents move and change. We'll walk through the various ways to make some quick over all changes to look and feel without tedious, repetitive find and fix maneuvers. You'll learn how to use your intelligence to generate great content, not wrangle it into shape to create a great looking report.
Creating formal reports in Microsoft Word can be a frustrating experience. Most business professionals do not seek any additional instruction in Microsoft Word beyond the very basics. But, if you've ever struggled to create well-formatted tables of contents that change when your report does or page headers and footers that behave when sections and pages are added or removed, you know you need to know more about what Word can do.
Complex documents do not need to be complicated if you know how to properly use styles, sections, and page numbering. Even the frustration of scrolling and paging up and down can be eliminated if you know a few simple shortcuts and hidden features of the Word window.
Many of the things you remember as being difficult or cumbersome in Microsoft Word have become easier and more straight forward, like incorporating Excel data, pictures and diagrams. If you want to create high-quality, professional looking reports that complement and support your message, don't miss this session.