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Microsoft Word, Part 3 - Alumni


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1.5 Hours






Learn to format your Word document

There is more to business communication than just text. Tables and images, for example, can communicate information more effectively and engage readers in a way that text can’t. Using the tools covered in this Microsoft Word tutorial will add variety to your document and help convey more information and ideas.

When you are dealing with a lot of data or content, or complex ideas, inserting a table into a text narrative in Word may help readers better understand the information you wish to convey. Similarly, like the adage “a picture is worth a thousand words,” putting imagery into your Word document can draw attention to important concepts and ideas and can help your readers understand the feelings or concepts you’re communicating. In this third Microsoft Word tutorial, you will learn how to format Word documents to best suit your business or personal needs.

In other other Microsoft Word tutorials, we have covered the basics of creating a document, saving and formatting simple texts in Microsoft Word. In our second Word tutorial class, we explored basic Word page layout. Looking for foundational knowledge in how to use Microsoft Word? Look at the lessons offered in Microsoft Word tutorial 1 and Word tutorial 2.

What you’ll learn about formatting your Microsoft Word document:

This Microsoft Word tutorial will teach you how to format your Word document. The skills you will develop include:

  1. Create tables; learn to create a table from text and format your tables in a Word document. Advanced table formatting is covered in our Excel class series.
  2. Format images in Word; learn how to place an image in a Word document and format the image to wrap text around it so your page format is easy to read.
  3. Use hyperlinks; hyperlinks connect your document to relative websites and webpage content. Refer to additional information within your Word document by using hyperlinks.
  4. Create document watermarks; watermarks are symbol or image overlays on your text for documents that are in draft form. Watermarks ensure that your draft, or unapproved document doesn’t get duplicated or distributed as a final file.

Who this Word page layout class is for:

This training caters to anyone seeking to better understand Microsoft Word as a beginner or as someone who is unfamiliar in how to format a Microsoft Word document.

What you’ll earn in this Word layout training:

When you complete the Microsoft Word Part 3 tutorial, you will not only receive skills that will help you to create nearly any kind of document, you will also receive a certificate to signify your new skills in page layout in Word.


Meet the instructor

Brent Scholar, PhD

Dr. Brent Scholar is an Instructor in the Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies at ASU. He is an experienced higher education professional. He is also the principal of Scholar Consulting since 2009, providing international leadership consulting and training for both nonprofit and for profit organizations.