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Word Quick Tips

via LinkedIn Learning

Overview

Become more productive and use Word more efficiently with this collection of quick, bite-sized videos that tell you what you need to know about working with Microsoft Word.

Become more productive and use Microsoft Word more efficiently with this collection of quick, bite-sized videos that tell you exactly what you need to know about working with Word. Each video in this course is self-contained and about a minute long, so you can jump in at any point to quickly gain helpful insights. Authors Nick Brazzi, Garrick Chow, and Jess Stratton provide on-the-spot solutions for common questions about Word. They cover using section breaks to control column layouts, viewing two parts of a document, converting text to table and table to text, and more.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Welcome
1. Word Quick Tips
  • Delete a page in Word
  • Draw a table
  • Add page and section breaks in Word
  • Find the word count in a Word document
  • Add page numbers
  • Use section breaks to control column layouts
  • Format text in a table
  • Properly add space between paragraphs
  • View two parts of a document
  • Convert text to table and table to text
  • Start page numbering later in a document
  • Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Choose the best paste option in Word
  • Remove hidden data from documents
  • Format pictures
  • View multiple pages at once in Word
  • Recover a document after a crash
  • Add a watermark
  • Create a table of contents in Word
  • Insert a word count into your document
  • Add text automatically
  • Insert a header/footer in Word
  • Include both portrait and landscape pages in a document
  • Use placeholder text
  • Insert and delete comments in Word
  • Save to OneDrive and use Word Online
  • Copy formatting from one item to another
  • Save to Google Drive from within Word
  • Edit PDF content in Word
  • Use non-printing characters as a layout guide
  • Translate text in a Word document
  • Use Resume Assistant for inspiration when building a resume document

Taught by

Jess Stratton, Nick Brazzi and Garrick Chow

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