What constitutes a "lengthy" Microsoft Word document? For some it might be a five-page document. For others, it might be a 25-page manuscript.
Working with and navigating such a lengthy document can be slow and clumsy.
In this webinar, you will learn about features that can help you work with longer Microsoft Word documents.
Why you should Attend
Creating formal reports in Microsoft Word can be a complex and often frustrating experience. We all know the basics of editing documents - we use email every day! But do we know what else Word is capable of besides those basics?
Let Microsoft Word work for you. Learn how to add headers and footers and page numbers. Add cross-references and captions where needed. Automatically create a table of contents for the document. Learn how these items update as the document evolves over time. What is a section break anyway? Long documents or manuscripts do not have to be complicated if you know how to properly use styles, sections, and page numbering.
The simplest of shortcuts will help you navigate and select text within your document. Let's work smarter, not harder! Creating high-quality, professional looking reports will be easy after this webinar.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Navigating a Document
- Selecting Parts of a Document
- Reviewing Page Breaks
- Formatting Using the Heading Styles
- Creating and Modifying Custom Styles
- Using the Navigation Pane
- Adding Headers and Footers
- Working with Section Breaks
- Adding Captions
- Adding Cross-References
- Adding Footnotes and Endnotes
- Inserting Tables of Content
- Using Split View
Who Will Benefit
- Administrative Professionals
- Business Writing Analysts
- Marketing Analysts
- Executive Assistants
- Administrative Assistants
- Financial Analysts
- Compliance Analysts
- Anybody working with large amounts of text
- Anybody who uses Microsoft Word on a regular basis, and wants to be more efficient and productive
Cathy Horwitz believes that when your employees know the capabilities of the software they use, they will demonstrate improved productivity, will be more efficient and will be able to problem solve more easily.
Cathy teaches classes on the Microsoft suite of application software including Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Access and Outlook. Cathy has over 30 years of experience in classroom and virtual training and has been an instructor of Microsoft Office since 1989.
Her strengths include customizing classes based on the needs of individual students and providing realistic business examples to compliment training. She is a high energy trainer with a flair for training the adult student.
She holds the Modern Classroom Certified Trainer certification from Logical Operations which prepares instructors for all aspects of delivering a course using the latest training technologies and approaches.
When not teaching, Cathy enjoys gardening, shopping estate sales and refinishing mid-century furniture.