Word – Basic Concepts of Styles

Styles give your document a consistent, professional look.
Your styles stay with your document, even if you send the document to someone else who uses different styles.  Applying a style is easier than manually applying formatting. And changing the formatting of a style is a snap!

Word – Basic Concepts of Styles

Styles give your document a consistent, professional look.
Your styles stay with your document, even if you send the document to someone else who uses different styles.  Applying a style is easier than manually applying formatting. And changing the formatting of a style is a snap!

Word Introduction 1

 

Customizations:  Learn to customize Ribbon, Quick Access Toolbar and Set Your Defaults for font, font size, and paragraph settings.

 

Word Intermediate 1

 

Document Information:  Inspect and Protect your document before sending out and how to work with Track Changes.  Discover how to customize your Header/Footer with page numbers, dates, insert sheet name/filenames and even insert pictures or logos.

Word Introduction 2

 

Automation:  Learn to maximize your efficiencies using Quick Parts, Formatting, Find, Replace, and all the options when you use Paste Special.

 

Word Intermediate 2

 

Page Design:  When to use a Page Break vs a Section Break and how to set your Page Layout and Watermarks.  How to add Footnotes or Endnotes.

 

Word Advanced 2

 

Styles:  Why use them?  Creating a Table of Contents is easier when you apply styles to your headings.  Watch and see.

 

Word Advanced 1

 

References:  Learn to index your brief for cases, statutes, and other sources.  Discover when to use a table vs column.