Learn how to create a Master Document by inserting subdocuments. Author Jen McBee discusses why using master documents will make working with large documents easier. Jen demonstrates how to crate a master document from an existing document, and insert sub
- [Instructor] I want you to think of a master document…as a container, a container that holds several related…documents called subdocuments.…In this video, we'll take an existing document and create…a master document by inserting two subdocuments.…We're going to be working with three files.…The first is the 03_02 Master Documents.…This will be our master document.…You probably guessed that.…And then when I go to View and Switch Windows,…we have an 03_02 Dining document…and an 03_02 Events document.…
Let's go back to our Master Document and I want to scroll…down so that you can see.…We have a place to insert both the Events…and the Dining documents.…I'll click after Event Information.…On my View tab, I'll click Outline.…We're going to go into Outline View.…On our Outlining tab, in the Master Document group,…I'll click Show Document.…Now that I've clicked Show Document, I have…an Insert Subdocument command button available to me.…
I'll go ahead and click on that and I want to go…to my Chapter 3 folder and click on Events.…
To begin, Jennifer provides an overview of the certification program. She then walks through all of the certification objectives, including how to get hands-on experience with downloadable sample documents. She concludes the course with a full-length practice test that emulates exam 77-426, and shares solutions to each of the exam challenges.
- Managing and sharing documents
- Modifying existing templates
- Resolving multi-document style conflicts
- Designing advanced documents
- Working with outlines
- Creating advanced references
- Creating and formatting a table of contents
- Creating custom Word elements
- Configuring language options in documents
Skill Level Advanced
1. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Expert Exam Overview
2. Manage and Share Documents
3. Design Advanced Documents
4. Create Advanced References
5. Custom Word Elements
6. Final Challenge
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