Word 2019 offers users a series of advanced tools to help your readers find the information they need from your document. In this 10-video course, learners can explore ways to structure text to make it more readable. First, use cover pages, tables of contents, and Quick Parts to set out your ideas more clearly. You will observe simple but effective ways to craft a cover page, always a good way to give a brief, but relevant, summary of your document. Next, learn how to create an effective table of contents, giving your reader a great way to navigate your document; if your document is formatted properly with titles and subtitles, this can be done quickly without manual insertions, but you must confirm that the headings have been formatted correctly. Key topics covered here include how to insert bookmarks and captions, or short descriptions that help readers identify contents of an illustration, graph, or table; using the cross-reference function; and planning and restructuring your document.
Word 2019 (Windows): Shaping Documents