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This is a full and free computer course for Microsoft Word 2007 to 2013. It is designed for complete beginners. If you're not sure whether or not you're in the right place take a look at Section 1.1 below, How to Open Microsoft Word.

For those who have older versions of Word (versions up to 2003) then your tutorials are here: Word 2000 to 2003

  > Section One - Get Started with Microsoft Word  
 
1.1 How to Open Microsoft Word

1.2 Finding Your Way Around

1.3 Typing Your First Letter

1.4 How to Save Your Work


1.5 Highlighting Techniques

1.6 Opening Word Documents

1.7 Add an Address To A Letter

1.8 Spelling and Grammar Checking

 

 

  > Section Two - Document Formatting  
 
2.1 Crime Statistics Document

2.2 Bold Text

2.3 Italics and Underline

2.4 Setting Tab Stop Positions


2.5 Creating Bulleted Lists

2.6 Working With Fonts

2.7 Setting Up Page Margins

 
  > Section Three - Copy and Paste  
 
3.1 Techniques for Cutting Text

3.2 Cut and Paste Techniques


3.3 Copy and Paste Techniques
 
  > Section Four - Clip Art  
 
4.1 Inserting Clip art

4.2 How to Resize and Move Clip Art
 
  > Section Five - Multi-Page Documents  
 
5.1 Downloading a Text File

5.2 Setting Up Page Margings and Tab Stops

5.3 How to Insert a Text File


5.4 Setting Up Headers and Footers

5.5 Print Preview in Word 2007 and Word 2010

 
  > Section Six - How to Create a Booklet  
 
6.1 Downloading the Stories

6.2 Creating Your Own Word Style

6.3 Page Breaks And Section Breaks

6.4 Adding a Cover Page


6.5 Adding a Contents Page

6.6 Working With Section Breaks

6.7 Headers And Section Breaks

 
  > Section Seven - Word Shapes  
 


7.1 Word Shapes - Create a Logo

7.2 Logo Continued


7.3 Word Art

7.4 Completing The Logo

 
  > Section Eight - Letterheads and Templates  
 
8.1 Create a Letterhead

8.2 Adding Columns to a Page


8.3 Saving Word Documents as a Template
 
  > Section Nine - Mail Merge  
 
9.1 Create a Mail Merge Data Source

9.2 Create a Mail Merge Letter
 
  > Section Ten - Microsoft Word Tables  
 
10.1 Tables in Microsoft Word

10.2 Table Styles

  > Section Eleven - Document Collaboration  
 
11.1 Document Collaboration

11.2 Accepting and Rejecting Changes
 
  > Section Twelve - Word Options  
 
12.1 Displaying The Word Options

12.2 Changing The Language Settings

12.3 Proofing Options


12.4 Advanced Options

12.5 The Quick Access Toolbar

12.6 Keyboard Shortcuts