Some of the advanced features of Microsoft Office Word 2007 offer ways in which you can automate and streamline the way you work. You can use macros in Word 2007 to easily automate repetitive, complex tasks. A macro is a set of instructions that can group a series of actions and keystrokes as a single command. You can also simplify the management of your Word 2007 files by using master documents. Master documents divide large files into related subdocuments through a series of links. This course demonstrates how to create, edit, copy and delete macros through the use of the macro recorder. In addition, aspects of master and subordinate documents are explained, including outline levels, rearranging and restructuring subordinate documents in the master, and converting, deleting, merging, and locking subdocuments. Customization of the Quick Access Toolbar is also explored in this course.
Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; advanced end-users seeking to attain proficiency in Word 2007; advanced end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office certification at in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/ ICDL4, or an equivalent.
The Microsoft Office 2007: Advanced Word learning path; familiarity with the Microsoft Windows environment and some experience of using Microsoft Office; competency in the use of Microsoft Word; an understanding of the Internet and web-page functionality, as well as an understanding of the process of web-page creation, would be an advantage.