1-Day Instructor-led classroom based training.
Word 2007 Advanced can be delivered as a scheduled open course, a company private closed course or as a one to one consultancy. We can run this course either at our training centre in Aberdeen, your premises or using our portable training school. Download full course profile below:
Word 2007 is a Word Processing program with many powerful and sophisticated features that allow the creation, manipulation, editing, printing and storage of documents.
The advanced course introduces the trainee to important advanced features of Microsoft Word 2007. The course is designed to augment the trainee’s existing Word Processing skills, thereby utilising Word 2007 to its full potential. The course is designed to give maximum “hands-on” experience to the individuals rather than involving a lecture situation. In order to attain this each participant will have their own personal computer and colour monitor to work on.
Previous experience of Microsoft Word 2007 is essential. It will be assumed the trainee has knowledge of all the “basics”, preferably having attended our “Microsoft Word Introduction and Intermediate” courses.
Open Course: £210 per delegate per day (excl. VAT).
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Module 1: Field Codes & Fill-in Forms
Module 2: Forms
Module 3: Linking & Embedding
Module 4: References Options
Module 5: Collaborative Editing & Security
Module 6: Master Documents
Module 7: Conditional Mail Merging
Module 8: Macros
Module 9: Web Pages & Hyperlinks
Module 10: Themes