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January 29, 2011

Word 2007 Quick Reference Card

This is a Word 2007 Quick Reference Card for using Word’s features for longer documents. It covers sections, page numbers, page setup and margins, graphics, styles, the document map, numbered and bulleted lists, footnotes and endnotes, and table of contents. The reference card is one page, 218kb in size, and in pdf format.


Quick Reference card: Long Documents with Word 2007

 - Dividing into Sections
 - Inserting Page Numbers
 - Controlling Page Numbers
 - Page Setup and Margins
 - Graphics
 - Page Borders
 - Styles
 - The Document Map
 - Numbered and Bulleted Lists
 - Footnotes and Endnotes
 - To change footnotes to endnotes
 - Table of Contents



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January 20, 2011

2 Word 2007 Training Sessions

Here are 2 Word 2007 Training Sessions, each providing a Tutorial and Workshop Manual, from Hillsborough Community College. This Word training offers you a great opportunity to learn and use Word 2007 and its new features and tools, including Tabs, which have replaced Toolbars. The tutorials and manuals include screen shots to help guide you through the material presented. The first Word training session provides an overview of Microsoft Word 2007 including new features and tab functions. The second Word training session will teach you how to create Form Templates, Mail Merges, and Tables using Microsoft Word 2007.


Word Animated Tutorial 1

Upon completion of the Word tutorial 1, you will be able to:

  1. Identify the new features of Word 2007
  2. Convert a Word document created in an earlier version of Word to be compatible with Word 2007
  3. Understand and be able to use the Office Button
  4. Understand and be able to use the Quick Access Toolbar
  5. Identify the Word 2007 tabs
  6. Identify the groups and functions of each Word 2007 tab
Word Workshop Manual 1 
(24 pages, 1.2mb, pdf)

Contents:
 - Introduction to MS Word 200
 - Document icon and name; Office Button
 - Compatibility Mode
 - Quick Access Toolbar
 - Home Tab
      Clipboard
      Font
      Paragraph
      Styles
      Editing
 - Insert Tab
      Pages
      Tables
      Illustrations
      Links
      Header & Footer
      Text
      Symbols
 - Page Layout Tab
      Themes
      Page Setup
      Page Background
      Arrange
 - References Tab
 - Mailings Tab
 - Review Tab
      Proofing
 - View Tab
      Document Views 
 - Zoom
 - Final Activity

Word training manual 1 objectives:
  1. Describe basic changes between Word 2003 and Word 2007
  2. Identify and utilize the Office Button
  3. Identify and utilize the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT)
  4. Identify and utilize the groups and commands included in the Home Tab
  5. Identify and utilize the groups and commands included in the Insert Tab
  6. Identify and utilize the groups and commands included in the Page Layout Tab
  7. Identify the References Tab
  8. Identify the Mailings Tab
  9. Identify and utilize the Proofing group commands included in the Review Tab
  10. Identify and utilize the Document Views commands and the Zoom commands included in the View Tab


Word Animated Tutorial 2


Upon completion of the Word tutorial 2, you will be able to:
  1. Create a form template
  2. Add user fields to the form template
  3. Create a mail merge using letters and an existing database
  4. Insert new tables
  5. Change table properties

Word Workshop Manual 2 
(24 pages, 949kb, pdf)

Contents:
 - Module 1 Review
 - Creating Forms
 - Creating and Using Tables
 - Mail Merge
 - Final Activity

Word training manual 2 objectives:
  1. Use the basic functions of Microsoft Word 2007 (Home Tab, Insert Tab, Page Layout Tab) to create and use documents;
  2. Create a form template;
  3. Add form functions and protection to a form template;
  4. Set-up a mail merge using a letter document and an Excel data source;
  5. Use the tools introduced in this training module to create new and modify existing documents.




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January 5, 2011

101 Word 2007 Tutorials

These are a total of 101 Word 2007 Tutorials, courtesy of the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire. These are well written and include helpfull screen shots to show you the details of these Word features and topics. Areas covered by these Word tutorials include spell checking, grammar check, the formatting palette, page formatting, text options, bullets and numbering, Word tables, table borders and shading, sorting in tables, style options and organizer, indexing, macros, find and replace, clip art, word art, equation editor, images, line numbering, and watermarks. These tutorials are available for both Windows and Macintosh platforms.


Word Environment


Word Basics Series

Bullets & Numbering
  • Using Bulleted Lists (Win | Mac)
  • Using Numbered Lists (Win | Mac)
  • Customizing Bulleted and Numbered Lists (Win | Mac)
  • Using Multilevel List Numbering (Win | Mac)
  • Using Outline View (Win | Mac)

Organizing Information with Word Tables 
Inserting Fields and Text

Using Word Styles

Working Collaboratively

Working with AutoCorrect

Automating Your Work

Labels and Envelopes

Mail Merge and Form Letters

Customizing Word

Inserting Clip Art

Inserting WordArt

Working with the Equation Editor

Miscellaneous Topics



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June 30, 2010

84 Word 2007 Training Tutorials

Here are 84 excellent and easy to understand Word 2007 Training Tutorials, hosted by AgileConcepts. These include 12 Word 2007 Video Training Modules. These free Word training materials are in Word (docx), PowerPoint (pptx), and Windows Media (wmv) file formats. There are 37 beginning, 47 intermediate, and 10 advanced tutorials here in total, which provide a great overview, understanding, and training opportunity to learn all of Word’s important features and tools, from the very beginning to more advanced topics. You can also use the search form to help you find what features and tasks you are looking to learn more about.


37 Beginning Word 2007 Tutorials:
(docx) Adjusting page margins
(docx) Apply a style
(wmv) Beginning) Mail Merge
(docx) Change bullet and number formatting
(docx) Changing a style
(docx) Clear text formatting
(docx) Consistent alignment in lists
(docx) Create a Quick Style
(pptx) Creating a document
(docx) Creating a dropped cap
(pptx) Creating simple lists
(docx) Creating tables
(pptx) Editing basics
(pptx) Finding the most popular commands
(docx) Fluent UI Overview
(pptx) Formatting text and applying styles
(pptx) Headers and footers
(wmv) Improve the Look of Your Documents
(docx) Indent paragraphs
(docx) Insert a picture
(docx) Inserting images from cameras and scanners
(wmv) Introduction to Headers and Footers
(wmv) Introduction to Table of Contents
(wmv) Making Labels with Mail Merge
(docx) Missing top margins
(docx) Moving or copying tables
(wmv) New in Word 2007
(docx) Removing page numbers
(docx) Removing page numbers from the first page
(docx) Restarting endnote numbering
(docx) Select page orientation
(docx) Setting tab stops
(docx) Superscript and subscript
(docx) The Microsoft Office Button
(docx) The Ribbon Overview
(docx) Using automatic formatting in Microsoft Word.
(docx) Using Quick Tables

47 Intermediate Word 2007 Tutorials:
(docx) Adding a drawing
(docx) Adding backgrounds or watermarks
(pptx) Adding borders, shading, and styles
(docx) Adding rows and columns to tables
(wmv) Advanced) Table of Contents
(docx) Analyze document readability
(docx) Bulleted or numbered lists
(pptx) Change the appearance of your TOC
(docx) Changing bullet formatting.
(pptx) Creating a table of contents
(pptx) Creating multilevel lists
(pptx) Creating your own templates
(pptx) Custom titles in your TOC
(wmv) Customizing Mailing Labels
(docx) Disabling automatic bullets
(docx) Drawing tables
(docx) Enabling change tracking
(pptx) Find and use document building blocks
(docx) Formatting tables
(docx) Headers and footers
(pptx) Headers and footers for document sections
(pptx) Including outline levels in your TOC
(docx) Insert page numbers
(wmv) Intermediate) Headers and Footers
(pptx) Introducing building blocks
(pptx) Introducing templates
(pptx) Mail merge basics
(docx) Modifying the Quick Styles gallery
(pptx) Perform a complete mail merge
(docx) Picture bullets
(wmv) Printing and Updating Labels
(docx) Quick Styles and shapes
(pptx) Recipient lists
(docx) Restarting endnote numbering
(docx) Reviewing tracked changes
(docx) Scanning with the Clip Organizer
(docx) Styles and Formatting
(pptx) Swap, format, and remove building blocks
(pptx) The new Word file format
(docx) Tracking changes
(docx) Using drawing gridlines
(pptx) Using mail merge from the Ribbon
(docx) Using Quick Style sets
(pptx) Using special text effects
(pptx) Watermarks and backgrounds
(docx) Word 2007 Tabs and Options
(wmv) Working With Old Versions of Word Documents 

16 Advanced Word 2007 Tutorials:
(docx) Adding bullets to SmartArt graphics
(wmv) Advanced) Headers and Footers
(pptx) Advanced mail merge
(docx) Converting footnotes and endnotes
(pptx) Creating a TOC using fields
(docx) Merging comments from multiple reviewers
(docx) Missing headers and footers
(pptx) Tracking changes basics
(pptx) Tracking changes beyond the basics
(pptx) Using multiple TOCs in a document



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April 29, 2010

2 Word 2007 Quick References and 41 Flashcards

Here are  2 Quick References for Word 2007, and also 41 Word 2007 Flashcards with answers. Each quick reference document lists Word tasks or features to be performed along with their corresponding commands or menu items using the Mouse, the Ribbon, the Shortcut Menu, and Keyboard Shortcuts. The first quick reference lists about 160 Word 2007 tasks, and the second one details out about 280 tasks.


 - Word 2007 Quick Reference 1  (8 pages, pdf format, 197kb)

 - Word 2007 Quick Reference 2  (14 pages, pdf format, 209kb)


Update 5/11/2010: This MS Office training site also provides the following free Word 2007 Flashcards, Practice Tests with answers, and Learning Games:

Chapter 1:
Flashcards
Practice Test
Who Wants to be a Computer Genius2?
Wheel of Terms
Crossword Puzzle Challenge

Chapter 2:
Flashcards
Practice Test
Who Wants to be a Computer Genius2?
Wheel of Terms
Crossword Puzzle Challenge

Chapter 3:
Flashcards
Practice Test
Who Wants to be a Computer Genius2?
Wheel of Terms
Crossword Puzzle Challenge

Chapter 4:
Flashcards
Practice Test
Who Wants to be a Computer Genius2?
Wheel of Terms
Crossword Puzzle Challenge

Chapter 5:
Flashcards
Practice Test
Who Wants to be a Computer Genius2?
Wheel of Terms
Crossword Puzzle Challenge

Chapter 6:
Flashcards
Practice Test
Who Wants to be a Computer Genius2?
Wheel of Terms
Crossword Puzzle Challenge

Chapter 7:
Flashcards
Practice Test
Who Wants to be a Computer Genius2?
Wheel of Terms
Crossword Puzzle Challenge

Chapter 8:
Flashcards
Practice Test
Who Wants to be a Computer Genius2?
Wheel of Terms
Crossword Puzzle Challenge

Chapter 9:
Flashcards
Practice Test
Who Wants to be a Computer Genius2?
Wheel of Terms
Crossword Puzzle Challenge



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March 19, 2010

25 Office Reference and Help Docs

Here are 25 Office Reference, Help and Support Documents, hosted by admi-lan, along with 7 Internet Explorer help documents. These include keyboard shortcuts, efficiency and security tips, and techniques for getting more out of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Office, Sharepoint, and IE.


Microsoft Office Reference and Support Documents:

Word:
10 obscure Word tricks that can expedite common chores
Word 2003 Keyboard Shortcuts
Cut your Word docs down to size with these OLE techniques
50 indispensable Microsoft Word tips
Word 2003 Document Privacy and Security Options

Excel:
Excel Keyboad Shortcuts
85 Keyboard Shortcuts for moving faster in Microsoft Excel

Powerpoint:
How to Compact Outlook Powerpoint PST Files
Put a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation on a CD
Creating Animated build Sildes in PowerPoint 2002

Outlook:
10 Things you can do to Become an Outlook Web Access (OWA) power user
80+ Keyboard Shortcuts to move faster in Microsoft Outlook
Accessing Exchange public folder data outside of Outlook
Create easy-to-use Outlook e-mail templates

Exchange:
6 Tips for Optimizing Exchange Server performance
Add a secondary domain to your organization
Discover Exchange 2003′s improved mailbox move feature  
Exchange 2000 planning – ADS and IM preparation

General Office:
10 Windows registry hacks for Microsoft Office
Expand Microsoft Office functionality with these 10 free add-ins
Corporate Error Reporting – A double-edged sword
10 things you should know about fighting spyware in Windows XP

SharePoint:
10 Things you should know – Microsoft’s SharePoint Services
10 Ways to make SharePoint more Secure
Plan and design a successful SharePoint 2003 infrastructure


Internet Explorer:
10 things you should know about Internet Explorer 7 Security
10 things you should know about Internet Explorer 7.0 enhancements
Fine-tune IE’s behavior by utilizing it’s advanced settings
Investigate Internet Explorer add-ons in Windows XP
Keep IE secure by configuring the right settings
Make Internet Explorer as secure as possible with this step-by-step guide
Uninstall Microsoft Internet Explorer 7



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January 25, 2010

7 Word 2007 Tutorials

Here are 7 Word 2007 Tutorials, hosted by the University of the Incarnate Word. These Word tutorials cover new features such as the tables, headers, formatting, mail merge, document review and how to use fields. They demonstrate the Word’s features, and incloude exercises to help you master them. The documents necessary to complete the exercises for these Word tutorials can be downloaded from here.


Word 2007 2.86 Mb, 47 Pages
This presentation explains about Word 2007′s new features, such as Ribbon, Quick Access Toolbar, MS Office Button, Mini Toolbar, and Key Tips. This presentation also covers different functions useful for creating a newsletter.

Word 2003 and 2007 1.13 Mb, 45 Pages
This Word tutorial compares the differences between the features in Word 2003 and Word 2007.

Using Tables and Headers 342 Kb, 6 pages
This presentation shows how to add and edit Tables, Headers and Footers by creating a letterhead.

Document Review 581 Kb, 8 Pages
This tutorial describes the document review feature in Word 2007. It discusses the document review, track changes, and how to handle changes in the document.

Formatting Word Documents 813 Kb,
This Word tutorial teaches how to format documents using Word’s formatting features.

Mail Marge 2007 559 Kb, 9 Pages
This document explains Word’s useful mail merging feature in Word 2007 using the mailings tab.

Using Fields 396 Kb, 7 Pages
This Word tutorial shows how to insert text, graphics, page numbers, and other material into a document automatically.

APA Formatting 283 Kb, 4 Pages
This document discusses the document formatting outlined by the APA standard using the Microsoft Word 2007.



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January 11, 2010

4 Word 2007 Tutorials

Here are 4 good basic Word 2007 Tutorials, hosted at Orbit Computer Solutions. This Word tutorial describes variousWord  features with plenty of helpful screenshots, which include how to use the several toolbars, working with a document, editing text, and formatting text.


Getting Started With Word 2007
This section of the tutorial gives you a brief introduction to Microsoft Word 2007. The introductory topics include the quick access bar, the title bar, the vertical and horizontal bar etc.
 
 - The Microsoft Office Button  
 - The Ribbon  
 - Quick Access Bar  
 - The Title Bar  
 - The Font Bar  
 - The Paragraph Bar  
 - The Text Area  
 - The Vertical And Horizontal Scroll Bar


Working With A Document in Word
This section walks through the steps needed to create, open, save, rename, view and close a document in Word. All these are neatly explained with the help of screenshots.
 
 - How To Create A Document  
 - How To Open An Existing Document  
 - How To Save A Document  
 - How To Rename A Document  
 - How To View A Document  
 - How To Close A Document


Editing a Word Document
Here you will learn how to play with text in Word. In this section you will be learning how to insert text, create space between texts, highlighting text, deleting a block of text etc. 
 
 - How To Insert Text  
 - How To Create Space Between Texts  
 - How To Create A Paragraph  
 - Selecting Or Highlighting Text  
 - How To Insert Additional Text  
 - Copy And Paste  
 - How To Delete Block Of Text  
 - How To Undo And Redo Changes


Formatting Text in Word
In this section of the tutorial you will be learning the different ways of formatting text in Word. Different ways of formatting include creating styles, changing font typeface, changing text color etc.
 
 - Creating Styles  
 - How To Change Font Typeface  
 - To Change Font Size  
 - How To Use Bold, Italics And Underline  
 - How To Change Text Color  
 - How To Highlight Text, Word, And Sentences  
 - How To Clear Highlighting



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November 13, 2009

Word, Excel, and Office Tutorials

Here are some very good tutorials on Word, Excel, and MS Office, hosted by University of Florida. These Word, Excel, and Office tutorials discuss and demonstrate the important features of Microsoft Word, Excel and Office that combine together to provide users with a powerful word editing application and a spreadsheet program. These Office tutorials can be downloaded (doc and ppt formats) and saved for later reference.


Microsoft Office: Word and Excel 531 Kb, 22 pages)
This Word and Excel tutorial discusses features such as tables, toolbars, cell addresses, splitting cells and complex cell manipulation.

 - Word Tables
 - Word Tables and Borders Toolbar
 - Math in Word Tables
 - Math in Excel
 - Order of Operations
 - Cell Addresses
 - Splitting Cells in Microsoft Word
 - Dealing with Complex Cells in Microsoft Word
 - Splitting Cells in Microsoft Excel (Text to Columns)
 - Dealing with Complex Cells in Microsoft Excel


Microsoft Office 2003: Word and Excel  (538 Kb, 23 pages)
This Word and Excel tutorial explains features in Microsoft Office 2003, including math functions in Word and Excel, splitting cells, complex cell manipulation and the creation of tables.

 - Creating Tables
 - Tables and Borders Toolbar
 - Math in Word Tables
 - Math in Excel
 - Functions
 - Splitting Cells in Microsoft Word
 - Dealing with Complex Cells in Microsoft Word
 - Splitting Cells in Microsoft Excel (Text to Columns)
 - Dealing with Complex Cells in Microsoft Excel


Microsoft Office: Drawing Toolbar  (372 Kb, 15 pages)
This tutorial discusses the drawing toolbar in Microsoft Office with its autoshapes, the draw menu, wrapping text around objects and tips and tricks for drawing objects.

 - Drawing Toolbar
 - AutoShapes
 - The Draw Menu
 - Wrapping Text Around Objects in Word 97
 - Wrapping Text Around Objects in Word 2000
 - Tips and Tricks for Graphics and Drawing Objects


Microsoft Office Overview  (719 Kb, 23 slides)
This PowerPoint presentation is a handout of the features of Microsoft Office and its applications.


Microsoft Office Overview  (2.7 Mb, 23 slides)
This PowerPoint presentation provides an in-depth overview of Microsoft Office and its applications.

 - Word
 - Excel
 - PowerPoint
 - Access



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September 24, 2009

9 Word 2007 Tutorials

Here are 9 Word 2007 Tutorials, located at Health Science Center Training, University of Florida. These Wordt tutorials describe and explain various Word features and functionality, including bullets and numbering, headers and footers, spelling and grammar, and tables. These tutorials are in Word .doc format.


Bullets & Numbering-Handout  (389 Kb, 10 pages)
This workshop assumes some experience with Word. The topics which are covered here include creating and customizing bulleted and numbered lists, creating an outline-style numbered list and inserting symbols.

Word Forms Tutorial  (239 Kb, 5 pages)
Learn about how to use Forms in Word.

MailMerg Tutorial Handout  (645 Kb, 16 pages)
The topics which are explained here include how to create a main document, a data source, prepare envelopes and labels, sorting records, merging main document and data source, and using the Mail Merge Wizard.

Navigating-Formatting Tutorial Handout  (533 Kb, 19 pages)
Features covered include undo, redo, font formats, page breaks, highlighting text, inserting and moving text, cut, copy and paste, copying formats, changing font and font size, find and replace, character effects and file management.

Navigating-Formatting-Notes  (27 Kb, 2 pages)
Here in this tutorial the steps to effectively format a word document are given.

Paragraphs Tutorial Handout  (432 Kb, 13 pages)
This section of the tutorial describes about the usage of paragraphs in a Word document.

Spelling-Grammar-AutoCorrect Tutorial Handout  (528 Kb, 11 pages)
The topics covered here include using the spelling and grammar command, using the thesaurus, and creating and applying frequently used text with AutoCorrect.

Tables I Tutorial Handout  (527 Kb, 10 pages)
Topics include creating tables, inserted and deleting rows and columns, using the tables and borders toolbar, formatting borders, merging cells, and cell alignments. 

Tabs Tutorial Handout  (98 Kb, 7 pages)
Topics include creating left, center, right, decimal, and bar tab stops, deleting tab stops, setting tab leaders, using the Tab dialog window and the Format Painter.



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September 23, 2009

15 Word 2003 Tutorials

Here is the post on 15 Word 2003 Tutorials, at Health Science Center Training, University of Florida. These Word tutorials describe and teach various features of this word processing tool with ample screenshots. Some of the features that are explained in these tutorials are: bullets and numbering, headers and footers, spelling and grammar, and tables. These workshop tutorials assume you having some experience with using Word. They are in .doc (Word) format.


Word 2003 Tutorials:

 - Bullets & Numbering-Handout 206 Kb, 10 Pages
 - Forms-Handout 389 Kb, 17 Pages
 - Headers Footers-Handout 165 kb, 10 Pages
 - MailMerge1-Handout 347 Kb, 13 Pages
 - Navigating-Formatting-Handout 295 Kb, 17 Pages
 - Navigating-Formatting-Notes 27 Kb, 2 Pages
 - Paragraphs-Handout 305 Kb,11 Pages
 - Paragraphs-Notes 24 kb, 1 Page
 - Sections-Handout 291 Kb, 19 Pages
 - Spelling-Grammar-AutoCorrect-Handout 238 Kb, 12 Pages
 - Spelling-Grammar-Notes 30 kb, 3 Pages
 - Styles Indexes-Handout 308 Kb, 12 Pages
 - Tables I-Handout 160 Kb, 8 Pages
 - Tables II-Handout 124 Kb, 8 Pages
 - Tabs-Handout 98 Kb, 5 Pages



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August 30, 2009

5 Word 2007 Tutorials

These 5 excellent Word Course Tutorials, at the University of Minnesota, discuss and demonstrate several features of Word 2007, its new features, document editing, mail merge, time saving tips, and techniques on working more efficiently in Word. Various exercise are also provided. These Word tutorials are in pdf format, and can be downloaded and used for later reference.


Word 2007 Tutorial: Time-Savers for Research Papers 2.23 Mb, 98 pages
This Word course tutorial contains information on Microsoft Word features such as footnotes, headers, customizing the view, style sets and themes.

 - LESSON 1 - THE BASICS
 - LESSON 2 - STYLES: THEY MAKE THE WORLD GO ‘ROUND
 - LESSON 3 - HEADERS AND FOOTERS
 - LESSON 4 - COVER PAGE
 - LESSON 5 - FOOTNOTES AND ENDNOTES
 - LESSON 6 - TABLES OF CONTENTS
 - APPENDIX A - WHAT’S NEW IN WORD 2007
 - APPENDIX B - STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXERCISES
 - APPENDIX C - EFFICIENCY TIPS
 - APPENDIX D - WORD 2007 RESOURCES


Word 2007 Tutorial: Working More Efficiently (includes help with Styles) 3.11 Mb, 141 pages
This 141 page downloadable document that discuss the new features of Word 2007 and how to make it work more efficiently.

 - LESSON 1 - WHAT’S NEW IN WORD 2007
 - LESSON 2 - CREATING A DOCUMENT FROM SCRATCH
 - LESSON 3 - QUICKLY FORMATTING A DOCUMENT
 - LESSON 4 - FINALIZING AND PRINTING
 - LESSON 5 - CREATING A DOCUMENT TEMPLATE
 - LESSON 6 - CUSTOMIZING WORD
 - LESSON 7 - PLANNING AND EDITING A DOCUMENT
 - LESSON 8 - STYLES MAKE THE WORLD GO „ROUND
 - LESSON 9 - TABLES
 - LESSON 10 - MULTILEVEL LISTS
 - LESSON 11 - SMARTART
 - LESSON 12 - HEADERS AND FOOTERS
 - LESSON 13 - COVER PAGES
 - LESSON 14 - STYLE SETS AND THEMES
 - LESSON 15 - COLLABORATION IN WORD
 - APPENDIX A - EXERCISES: STEP-BY-STEP
 - APPENDIX B - WORD OPTIONS
 - APPENDIX C - WORD 2007 RESOURCES


Word 2007 New Features 665.11 Kb, 7 pages
This document explicitly discusses the new features of Word 2007 and how they work better than the older version of Word.


Word 2007 Mail Merge Instructions 96.15 kb, 2 pages
This 2 page document provide instructions on how to use the Mail Merge feature.


Word 2007 Treasure Hunt 170.08 Kb, 2 pages
This pdf document that discusses most of the features that user have learnt so far and this is done using a clue for each feature of Word.


Class Files(.zip)
This section contains downloadable zip files for the first two tutorials above and can be used for creating effective Word 2007 documents.
 - Word 2007: Time-Savers for Research Papers
 - Word 2007: Working More Efficiently



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August 11, 2009

10 Word Tutorials

Here are 10 excellent Microsoft Word Tutorials, at California Polytechnic State University, that provide a lot of information on the basics of Word and how to go about working with it. Word is the de facto word processing application used by millions the world over and these Word tutorials will increase your skills in no time. These Word tutorials cover several features, from mail merge and form filling, to table creation and document collaboration. They are in pdf format and can be downloaded and used for later reference.


10 Word Tutorials:

Create Accessible Word 2003 Documents  (188 Kb, 7 pages)
This detailed tutorial provides users with information about creation of Word documents, setting languages, templates, styles, headers and footers, numbered and bulleted lists and shortcuts.

Create Mailing Labels from an Electronic File with Word 2002 (XP)  (39 Kb, 6 pages)
This Word tutorial explains the creation of mailing labels from an electronic file. These mailing labels can be used for sending mass mails to various recipients at a time.

Creating and Using Tables  (172 Kb, 3 pages)
This tutorial discusses the creation and use of tables in Word. Tables are used to represent complex data in a more orderly and understandable format.

Create Online Fill-in Form  (260 Kb, 1 page)
In case users have to create a fill-in form in Word, they can do so with components such as checkboxes and drop down fields. This is explained detail in this tutorial.

Preserving Text When Re-protecting a Form Without Macros  (36 Kb, 2 pages)
This Word tutorial explains how to work with Macros in forms and focuses on the topic of keeping the text intact when re-protecting a form without macros.

Form Fields Lose Text When Protected for Forms – Word97  (42 Kb, 4 pages)
This Word tutorial discusses writing macros to retain information in protected forms and how to implement these macros.

Form Fields Lose Text When Protected for Forms – Mac Word98  (42 Kb, 4 pages)
This tutorial teaches how to write macros to retain information in protected forms and how to implement them. This tutorial is intended for Mac users for Word 98.

Clean Up Email messages with MS Word  (370 Kb, 1 page)
This simple 1 page tutorial explains how to clean up email messages and removing paragraph marks with the help of Word.

Document Collaboration  (656 Kb, 7 pages_
Document collaboration is a term which refers to the development and review process to create a document by multiple individuals for their viewing.

Mail Merge information  (605 Kb, 4 pages)
This document explains the creation of main documents, data documents, mailing labels and catalogs for the mail merge feature in Word.



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May 19, 2009

9 Short Word Tutorials

Here are 9 Word Tutorials at MS Tips and Tricks that explain, and show with screen shots, various tips and tricks that will come handy for using Microsoft Word. Microsoft Word is one of the most popular word processing software which comes with the Microsoft Office suite of applications. Some of the topics covered here are inserting tables, merging cells, adding table heading on each page in Microsoft Word 2007, hiding screen tips, and setting page margins.


4 Word Tutorials:
These Word tutorials show you tips and tricks like removing recent documents, hiding spelling errors and grammar errors, and merging cells in a table.

How to Remove Recent Documents List from Office
This tutorial on Microsoft Word shows how to remove recent documents list from office button using appropriate screen shots.

How to Hide Spelling and Grammar Error in a Document
This Word tutorial shows how to hide spelling errors and grammar errors in a Word document.

How to Insert a Table and Format it
This Word tutorial demonstrates with screen shots how to insert a table and formatting it as per the user requirement.

How to Merge Cells in a Table
This tutorial on Microsoft Word teaches the topic of merging cells in a table. Screen shots are used to demonstrate how to do this.


5 Word 2007 Tutorials:
These Word 2007 tutorials cover tips and tricks like adding table heading on each page, customizing quick access toolbar, hiding screen tips, setting page margin etc.

How to Add Table Headings on each page in Microsoft Word 2007
This tutorial on Microsoft Word shows how to add table headings on each page in Word 2007. This is shown with the help of appropriate screen shots.

How to Customize Quick Access Toolbar in Microsoft Word 2007
This Word 2007 tutorial teaches customizing the quick access toolbar.

How to Hide ScreenTips in Microsoft Word 2007
This Word 2007 tutorial demonstrates hiding screen tips.

How to Set Orientation for the entire document or to part of the document in Word 2007
This tutorial teaches setting orientation for the entire document or for part of the document in Microsoft Word 2007.

How to setup page margins in Microsoft Word 2007
This tutorial shows how to set up page margins in Word 2007.



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May 7, 2009

Tutorials for Word 2007 and 2003

This series of Microsoft Word Tutorials at nicetutz.blogspot.com teaches and demontrates working with both Word 2007 and Word 2003. These Word tutorials discuss Word concepts for both novices and experts alike. Searching, printing, editing, using Microsoft Help and keyboard shortcuts are taught in detail. Also shown are more complex features such as recovering from a crash and protecting files from viruses.


Introducing Word 2007
This tutorial discusses starting and launching Word, interacting with the Word interface, accessing the toolbar and closing Word after use.

 - Loading MS-Word 2007 Program
 - Getting to Know the New User Interface
 - Using the Quick Access Toolbar
 - Using Ribbon
 - Customizing an Word 2007 Program
 - Exiting Word 2007


Exploring Word 2007
This Word tutorial explains the different views of a Word document, zooming a page, splitting windows to view multiple documents, saving a document and printing it.

 - Exploring Word 2007
 - Opening, Moving Around in, and Closing a Document
 - Displaying Different Views of Document
 - Zooming Relative to Page or Text
 - The Windows Group Doing Splits
 - Creating and Saving a Document
 - Up to Speed Understanding Word File Types
 - Previewing and Printing a Document
 - Key Points


Editing Data in Word 2007
This Word tutorial shows how words can be edited in a Word document by select the text, undo, redo and making appropriate use of the Office clipboard.

 - Adding Data by Pointing
 - Selecting Data
 - Editing Data with Pop-up Toolbar
 - Undo and Redo
 - Using the Office Clipboard


Keyboard Shortcuts for Office 2007
This tutorial discusses keyboard shortcuts that come in handy every now and then while working on Word.

 - Protecting Yourself with Undo and Redo
 - Checking Your Spelling
 - Finding Text


Tips for Using Office 2007
This tutorial contains quick tips that users should know while working on Word.

 - Saving Office 2007 Files
 - Password Protecting Your Files
 - Guarding Against Macro Viruses and Worms
 - Create Your Own Word Keyboard Shortcuts
 - Zooming in and out to Avoid Eyestrain
 - Freezing Row and Column Headings in Excel
 - Displaying Slides Out of Order in PowerPoint
 - Reduce Spam in Outlook
 - Using Pocket Office


Typing Text in Word
The primary use of an editing program is to edit text in it. This tutorial gives an overview of the various ways of input that Word accepts. It explains Find and Replace, Spell check, Grammar check and proof reading.

 - Moving the Cursor with Mouse
 - Moving the Cursor with Keyboard
 - Viewing a Document
 - Navigating through a Document
 - Finding and Replacing Text
 - Checking your Spelling
 - Checking your Grammar
 - Proofreading your Document
 - Typing Symbols


Formatting Text
Text can be formatted in various ways to suit many a user’s preferences. These ways include changing font, size, style, color and alignment, all of which as demonstrated in this Word Text tutorial.

 - Changing the Font
 - Changing the Font Size
 - Changing the Text Style
 - Changing Colors
 - Justifying Text Alignment
 - Adjust Line Spacing
 - Making Lists
 - Using the Ruler
 - Showing Formatting Marks
 - Using Format Painter
 - Using Styles
 - Using Templates
 - Removing Formatting from Text


Changing the Look of a Document
A document’s look and feel can be changed using various elements in Word. These elements include the document’s background, theme, header and footer and templates. These topics are reviewed in detail here.

 - Changing a Document’s Background
 - Changing a Document’s Theme
 - Working with Templates
 - Adding Headers and Footers
 - Controlling What Appears on Each Page
 - Tips


Printing Word Documents
Printing Word documents are fairly easy, unless the orientation, the printer settings, or the printing sytle are to be changed. These options are discussed in this tutorials.

 - Quick and Easy Printing
 - Print Preview
 - Choosing a Printer
 - Changing Print Setting
 - Using other Print Options
 - Printing Envelopes
 - Printing Labels
 - Setting Print Options


Getting Help from Word
This Word Help tutorial explains how Word’s Help feature can be used effectively.

 - Browsing the Help Window
 - Searching in the Help Window
 - Making the Help Window Easier to Read


Protecting Against Viruses and Other Threats
The usage of antivirus programs and how to avoid viruses that destroy your Word files are discussed.

 - Viruses and Antivirus Program - Spyware
 - Understanding and Avoiding Office Viruses
 - Taking Additional Security Precautions
 - Final Discussion


Recovering from Problems
This Word tutorial goes over System Restore, using Office Diagnostics, recovering lost files, and working with recovered files.

 - Using System Restore
 - Using Office Diagnostics
 - Locating Lost Files
 - Working With Recovered Files
 - Surfing the Web for Answers
 - Final Discussion



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April 25, 2009

Interactive Word 2003 Tutorials

Here are many comprehensive, interactive Word 2003 Tutorials from shortcutlearning.com. These Word tutorials use point and click interactivity so you can quickly understand and start using many of Word’s features, as linked here.


Interactive Word 2003 Tutorials:

Basic Word Tutorials:
 - Introduction to Word
 - Open Microsoft Word.
 - Opening a New Document
 - Opening a existing document
 - Changing The Office Assistant

Using Text in Word:
 - Adding Text
 - Using Bold, Italic and Underline
 - Changing Color & Highlight of text
 - Change font by using the Font Dialog Box
 - Changing a font’s style & size of text
 - Undoing Changes in a document
 - Redoing Changes in a document

Formatting Text in Word:
 - Copy and Pasting Text
 - Cutting and Pasting Text
 - Bullets and Numbers
 - Using auto formatting
 - Changing text alignments
 - Copying Character Formatting

Indenting Text in Word:
 - Double Indenting
 - Setting the Indent Options
 - Indent Shortcut
 - Quick Indent

Word Find and Replace:
 - Find and Replace
 - How to use the “Go To” command

Word Spelling and the Thesaurus:
 - Setting Word to Spell check on-the-fly
 - Using the Word Correction List, Auto Prompt & adding Smiley Faces
 - Delete words from the Auto Correct list
 - Using the thesaurus
 - Using the Look Up to check a words meaning

Word Document Properties:
 - Opening Different Documents
 - Using the Scrollbar Buttons
 - Setting Columns for pages
 - Undoing Columns
 - Preview a document before opening
 - Different ways to View a document

Page Borders and Text Boxes:
 - How to use the Border Button on the Toolbar
 - How to create borders, boxes and shading
 - How to put a border around pages of text
 - How to make partial boxes

Page Properties in Word:
 - Changing Margins using the Print Preview
 - Changing Margins using the Page Setup
 - Inserting a Page Breaks & the difference between Page & Section breaks
 - Inserting Section Breaks
 - Centering a page, top & bottom
 - Making a page Landscape or Portrait

Using Tabs in Word:
 - Using tab settings
 - Setting leader tabs
 - Setup a tab by using the Tabs Dialog Box

Using Word Outlines:
 - Create a new outline
 - Add a sub topic to your outline
 - Adding a text topic
 - Showing different views of an outline
 - Rearrange topics in your outline
 - Print your outline

Headers and Footnotes:
 - Add headers and footers in a document
 - Add headers for odd and even pages
 - Inserting Footnotes or Endnotes

Page Numbering:
 - How to make automatic page numbers
 - Select different page number styles
 - Add a page number in different locations

Adding Images:
 - How to insert a Clip Art
 - Wrapping text around images

Word Extras:
 - Adding the Table of Content
 - How to set a bookmark
 - Using bookmarks to find your way round your document
 - Making Superscript and Subscript text
 - Using the repete key
 - How to turn on auto recovery
 - Using the wizards in Microsoft Word

Managing Tables in Word:
 - Creating a Table
 - Drawing a Table
 - Cutting and Pasting a Table
 - Showing the Table Toolbar
 - Dragging the table
 - Changing Column and Row widths in a Table
 - Changing Table line types
 - Inserting Rows in a Table
 - Selecting a table’s Row or Column
 - Selecting all text in a cell of a table
 - Make a table out of text
 - Deleting a table

Word Templates:
 - Editing the NORMAL.DOT Template
 - Making a Template with text
 - Opening a Document Template
 - Changing a Document Template

Printing in Word:
 - Printing a Document
 - How to cancel print job
 - Previewing a document before printing
 - Making a page Landscape or Portrait

Emailing:
 - Emailing Documents
 - Installing Microsoft Outlook



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March 30, 2009

78 Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Word

Here are 78 Microsoft Word Keyboard Shortcuts, which include keyboard shortcuts for formating text, line spacing, and selecting text. These shortcuts will help you become more efficient at using Word. They will work with all recent versions of Word.


Word Function Keys
F1: Gets Help or visit Microsoft Office Online
F2: Moves text or graphics
F3: Inserts an AutoText entry
F4: Repeats the last action
F5: Chooses the Go To command (Edit menu)
F6: Goes to the next frame
F7: Chooses the Spelling command (Tools menu)
F8: Extends a selection
F9: Updates selected fields
F10:Activates the menu bar
F11: Goes to the next field
F12: Save As command


Control + Function Key
Ctrl + F2: Print Preview command (File menu)
Ctrl + F3: Cut to the Spike
Ctrl + F4: Closes the window
Ctrl + F5: Restores the document window size (for example, after maximising it)
Ctrl + F6: Goes to the next window
Ctrl + F7: Move command (title bar shortcut menu)
Ctrl + F8: Size command (title bar shortcut menu)
Ctrl + F9: Inserts an empty field
Ctrl + F10: Maximises document window
Ctrl + F11: Locks a field
Ctrl + F12: Open command (File menu)


Control + Shift + Function Key
Ctrl + Shift + F3: Inserts contents of Spike
Ctrl + Shift + F5: Edit a bookmark
Ctrl + Shift + F6: Goes to the previous window
Ctrl + Shift + F7: Updates linked information in a Word source document
Ctrl + Shift + F8: Makes vertical text block
Ctrl + Shift + F9: Unlinks a field
Ctrl + Shift + F11: Unlocks a field
Ctrl + Shift + F12: Print command (File menu)


Shift + Function Key
Shift + F1: Starts context-sensitive Help or reveals formatting
Shift + F2: Copies text
Shift + F3: Changes case of letters
Shift + F4: Repeats a Find o
Shift + F5: Moves to the last change
Shift + F6: Goes to the previous pane or frame
Shift + F7: Launches Thesaurus (Tools menu, Language submenu)
Shift + F8: Shrinks a selection
Shift + F9: Switches between a field code and its result
Shift + F10: Displays a shortcut menu
Shift + F11: Goes to the previous field
Shift + F12: Save command (File menu)


Alt + Function Key
Alt + F1: Goes to next field
Alt + F3: Creates an AutoText entry.
Alt + F4: Quits Word
Alt + F5: Restores program window size
Alt + F6: Moves from an open dialog box back to the document for some dialog boxes like Find and Replace.
Alt + F7: Finds the next misspelling or grammatical error. Check spelling as you type check box must be selected.
Alt + F8: Runs a macro
Alt + F9: Switches between all field codes and their results
Alt + F10: Maximises the program window
Alt + F11: Displays Visual Basic code


Alt + Shift + Function Key
Alt + Shift + F1: Goes to the previous field
Alt + Shift + F2: Save command (File menu)
Alt + Shift + F9: Runs GOTOBUTTON or MACROBUTTON from the field that displays the field results
Alt + Shift + F10: Displays the menu or message for a smart tag. If more than one smart tag is present, switch to the next smart tag and display its menu or message
Alt + Shift + F11: Starts Microsoft Script Editor


Control + Alt + Function Key
Ctrl + Alt + F1: Displays Microsoft System Information
Ctrl + Alt + F2: Open command (File menu)


Basic Character Formatting

  • To change text to bold, press Ctrl+B, and to reverse bold back to normal text, press Ctrl+B again.
  • To change text to italic, press Ctrl+I, and to reverse italics back to normal text, press Ctrl+I again.
  • Underline text by pressing Ctrl+U, and to reverse underlining, press Ctrl+U again.

Changing Line Spacing

Changing the line spacing inserts extra space between the lines of text in a paragraph (or all paragraphs in a block). In Word, there are three keyboard shortcuts for three common types of line spacing: single-spacing, 1 1/2-line spacing, and double spacing:
  • To single-space a paragraph (or all paragraphs within a text selection), press Ctrl+1.
  • To double-space a paragraph (or paragraphs that are selected), press Ctrl+2.
  • To space 1 1/2 lines, press Ctrl+5. 
Selecting a Block with the Keyboard

To quickly select characters and lines as a block, you can use the Shift key in combination with any of the cursor control keys as described on the following pages.

  • Shift+Left Arrow: to select one character at a time to the left of the toothpick cursor.
  • Shift+Right Arrow: to select one character at a time to the right of the toothpick cursor.
  • Shift+Home: to select a block of text from the toothpick cursor to the beginning of the line.
  • Shift+End: to select a block of text from the toothpick cursor to the end of the line.
  • Shift+Up Arrow: to select a block of text from the toothpick cursor to the line above.
  • Shift+Down Arrow: to select a block of text from the toothpick cursor to the line below.

Shift+Click to Select Text Block of Any Size

To select a text block of any size, use the Shift+click technique as follows:
  1. Positioning the mouse toothpick cursor where you want the block to start (the anchor point).
  2. Navigate through your document using the vertical scroll bar.
  3. Press and hold the Shift key and then click the mouse where you want the block to end.
  4. The text from the toothpick cursor to wherever you Shift+clicked the mouse is selected as a block.

F8 Extended Selection Mode

Press the F8 key multiple times to select specific text, as follows:
  • Select a Word: Press the F8 key twice to select a word. (However, its easier to just double-click the word to select it.)
  • Select a Sentence: Press the F8 key three times with the mouse cursor within a sentence to select that sentence.
  • Select a Paragraph: Press the F8 key four times with the mouse cursor within a paragraph to select that whole paragraph.
  • Select the Entire Document: Press the F8 key five times to select the whole document. (Or press Ctrl+A.)
To use the mouse and the F8 key together to select text of any size, place the mouse cursor at either end of the selection block and then press the F8 key. Then, go to the other side of the text you need to select and click the mouse cursor.

To exit F8 Extended Selection mode, press the Esc key.



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March 27, 2009

Word 2003 Reference Tutorial

Here is a nice Microsoft Word 2003 Reference Tutorial hosted at windowsreference.com. It provides detailed bulleted instructions for each sub-feature shown below. This Word tutorial reference is also available in pdf format here: microsoft-word-2003-reference.pdf.


Word Features Explained:

File Management:
 - Create a New File
 - Open an Existing File
 - Save a File
 - Save a File as a Web Page
 - Save a Formatted Document as a Template
 - Print a File
 - Print Preview

Set AutoRecover and Automatic File Backup:
 - To set AutoRecover & Automatic Backup:
 - To recover your document after a power failure or other shut-down
 - To replace a damaged file with its backup copy

File Navigation:
 - Go to Beginning of Document
 - Go to End of Document
 - Go to Next Page
 - Go to Previous Page

File Editing: Delete, Select, & Copy/Paste:
 - Delete
 - Selecting Text
 - Copy or Cut (Move) & Paste

Searching:
 - Word Search
 - Customize Word Search
 - Replace Word

Formatting Features:
 - Formatting Toolbar
 - Using Document Themes
 - Font Properties (alternate method)
 - Footnotes & Endnotes
 - Header & Footer
 - Hyperlink
 - Lists: Numbered or Bulleted
 - Margins
 - Page Break
 - Page Numbering
 - Page Orientation
 - Line Spacing
 - Special Symbols or Characters
 - Subscripts & Superscripts
 - Tables
 - Tabs

Images:
 - Insert an Image File
 - Delete an Image
 - Move an Image
 - Re-size an Image
 - Wrap Text Around an Image

Screen Views:
 - Normal View
 - Print Layout View
 - Outline View
 - View Multiple Documents on Screen

Spelling & Grammar:
 - Spellcheck
 - Grammar-check



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February 23, 2009

Macro Tutorial for Word and Excel


Here is an excellent one-page Word and Excel Macro Tutorial from Brown University. This will help you understand when to use and how to create macros for Word and Excel.

According to Microsoft, “If you perform a task repeatedly in Word, you can automate the task by using a macro. A macro is a series of Word commands and instructions that you group together as a single command to accomplish a task automatically. Instead of manually performing a series of time-consuming, repetitive actions in Word, you can create and run a single macro, in effect, a custom command, that accomplishes the task for you.

Here are some typical uses for macros:

 - To speed up routine editing and formatting
 - To combine multiple commands; for example, inserting a table with a specific size and borders
 - To automate a complex series of tasks.


Macro Tutorial Objectives:

 - Understand what a macro is and how it works
 - Learn how to conceptualize and record your own macros
 - Learn how to run them simply and efficiently via shortcut keys
 - Learn how to install pre-written macros
 - Learn how to save and embed them into your documents



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January 7, 2009

Word 17 Word Tutorial Videos

Here are 17 well done Word Tutorial Videos at free-training-tutorial.com. These easy follow step-by-step Word training videos provide simple and easy instructions for using Word. They will help you with formatting and selecting text, editing text, working with paragraphs, spell checking, and learning keyboard shortcuts.


Formatting Text
 - Selecting text by using mouse clicks
 - Selecting text with the keyboard keys
 - Selecting non-continuous text areas

Handling Paragraphs
 - Correcting the default line spacing as was in older versions
 - Setting the line spacing
 - Setting the spacing between paragraphs
 - Setting paragraph indentation
 - Setting paragraph’s first line indentation

Spelling
 - Correcting spelling mistakes with Word’s suggestions
 - Adding a new word to the built-in dictionary

Selecting Text
 - Selecting text by using mouse clicks
 - Selecting text with the keyboard keys
 - Selecting non-continuous text areas

Editing Text
 - Undo - Cancelling your last actions
 - Moving text by using the context menu
 - Moving text by dragging it with the mouse
 - Copying text by using the context menu
 - Copying text by dragging it with the mouse

Keyboard Shortcuts
Here are Word keyboard shortcuts for selecting, formatting, cutting, copying, pasting, and aligning texts and paragraphs in Word.


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