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In Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training, author Maria Langer shows how to create, format, and print a wide variety of documents in Microsoft Word 2011. The course covers building outlines, formatting text and pages, working with headers and footers, using themes and styles, adding multimedia, and more. It also shows how to customize and automate Word 2011, including how to record macros. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi! I'm Maria Langer. Welcome to Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training. Microsoft just released the new Office suite for Mac users for 2011 and the new version of Word has some features to make it easier than ever to create great documents. I'll start by going through the basics of using Word, walking through the interface, understanding the views, and getting text in that blank page. Then I'll get right into how to format text, paragraphs, and documents, so you can make your files look just the way you want them to.
I'll show you how to add images and other media to documents using the Media Browser and other techniques, and how to fine-tune your document layout for a polished look. Finally, I'll walk through some of the essential Office features: working with others, building letters and envelopes and producing secure documents, tasks to make any boss happy. This course is designed for people brand-new to Word on the Mac, but if you're already a user, you'll find lots here to get you up to speed in this new version. So if you're ready, let's get going with Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training.
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