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Start building better documents with Microsoft Word. In this course, author David Rivers teaches you the basics of creating, editing, and formatting documents in Word 2013. Discover how to leverage templates and building blocks to create a stylish document with instant purpose; collaborate with other writers and editors; create numbered and bulleted lists; and work with tables. Plus, learn to automate these tasks with macros, and use the proofing tools in Word to check spelling and grammar and more.
Hi, and welcome to Word 2013 Essential Training. I am David Rivers. Word has gone through a major makeover, and in this course, we'll see everything you need to know to work efficiently, and be productive with this latest version of the world's most popular word processing software from Microsoft. We'll begin with a quick tour of the brand new user interface to get you comfortable in this new environment, and explore new items, like the bookmark feature that remembers where you left off in a document before you closed it, and takes you back to that spot the next time you open it.
We'll see how to improve your productivity by using styles, and themes, and then we'll explore creating lists. Then it's on the topics for making your documents sizzle. We'll examine ways to illustrate a document with images, special effects, and more. We'll explore reviewing techniques using document markup, and then we'll examine a variety of ways to share these documents with others, like using the cloud by saving them to SkyDrive. We have a lot to cover, so let's get started with Word 2013 Essential Training.
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