Microsoft Office 365: Word 2016

Course Overview

In this instructor-led, online training course, students will learn how to use Word 2016 to create and edit simple documents; format documents; add tables and lists; add design elements and layout options; and proof documents

Instructor: Ashley Hunt

Skills Learned

At the end of this course students will be able to:

  • Collaborate with others via OneDrive
  • Format tables
  • Choose and create a data source
  • Use mail merge
  • Insert address blocks
  • Create custom header and footers
  • Use templates
  • Format text, pages, and paragraphs
  • Reviewing and printing documents
  • Check file history
  • Lock documents

Who Should Attend This Course

Any current or future user of Word 2016 who is looking to better understand and utilize the application.

Course Outline

  • Smart Lookup
  • Sharing and Collaboration
  • Collaborating with others via OneDrive and email
  • Setting default font and saving location for new documents
  • Replacing text automatically
  • Working with hyperlinks
  • Viewing word and character counts
  • Customizing your dictionary
  • Starting with a form template
  • Gathering form requirements
  • Formatting form tables
  • Inserting form controls: lists, date pickers, check boxes, and more
  • Protecting the form
  • Saving a form as a Word 2016 template
  • Choosing or creating a data source
  • Using Mail Merge with Outlook contacts
  • Mail merging data from an Excel spreadsheet
  • Inserting address blocks, greetings, and other fields
  • Matching fields from a data source
  • Using the Merge Tool add-in to add attachments to merged messages
  • Previewing merge results
  • Sending merged email
  • Creating labels with images
  • Using rules for customized merges
  • Creating and modifying Word styles
  • Creating a custom header, footer, or Quick Part
  • Saving building blocks in a Word template
  • Using templates to create new documents
  • Creating and editing text
  • Formatting text, pages, and paragraphs
  • Adjusting line spacing and page breaks
  • Adding headers, footers, and page numbers
  • Applying styles and themes to documents
  • Creating bulleted and numbered lists
  • Working with tables, macros, and building blocks
  • Illustrating documents
  • Formula writing in Word
  • Proofing, reviewing, and printing documents
  • Customizing Word
  • File history
  • Locking documents