Microsoft Word (Intermediate)

This course is designed to introduce delegates to the advanced features of Microsoft Word.

Course dates available! 

For more information and to register your place, call 0114 201 8888 or email Please note the delegate rate is £125+VAT for members and £150 for non-members. 

This course will ensure that delegates have increased confidence when using Word and will focus on being able to understand how Word can be utilised to increase efficiency and effectiveness in the workplace.  Time will be allocated in the day to allow delegates to work on their specific business requirements.

By the end of the course, delegates will:

  • Know how to insert Tables, Quick Parts and Building Blocks
  • Be able to effectively use Styles to standardise text
  • Understand how to insert References and Bibliographies
  • Understand Mail Merge and Email Merge
  • Be aware of the features of Track Changes

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for those who have had some use of Word and wish to extend their knowledge to include some intermediate features, e.g. how to automatically generate Tables of Contents.

 This would be ideal for anyone who is required to create and amend detailed documents in a work or study environment.

Course Structure:

  • 09:30 - Welcome & Introductions
  • 09:40 - Session 1
  • 11:00 - Morning Break
  • 11:15 - Session 2
  • 12:45 - Lunch
  • 13:30 - Session 3
  • 14:45 - Afternoon Break
  • 15:00 - Session 4
  • 15:45 - Q&A Close

Are you looking for a quick, straightforward way to measure your employees’ skills in Word?

Complete our free training needs analysis. We can then make the appropriate recommendations on training requirements for your staff.

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This course will be given by

Joanne Redgrove

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