In this one-day workshop participants will gain hands-on experience using MS Word to create and edit complex documents. Students must be familiar with managing files on a Windows PC and the common features in Word including the user interface, and creating and editing documents. Topics include inserting footnotes and endnotes, creating a bibliography, inserting captions, marking text for the index, generating a table of contents and index pages. Students gain experience working with advanced headers, footers and page numbering for multipage documents. Controlling how text flows between paragraphs and pages will be covered in addition to inserting section breaks which enables you to change the layout or formatting of a page or pages. You will use Word’s collaboration features such as: comments, track changes, and compare and combine to identify changes made within or between two or more documents. For Styles, Templates and Mail Merge please see COMP 0367.
COMP 1002 or equivalent knowledge of managing files on a Windows PC and experience with MS Word.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Fall 2016
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