Gravity the fundamentals of word processing using MS Word. This Instructor lead, hands-on course provides students with the basic skills to create, edit, and format a variety of documents. Participants become familiar with the interface components, Quick Access Toolbar, and rich formatting features available in MS Word. Topics include: creating and managing documents; formatting text, paragraphs and document sections, applying styles for document consistency; inserting headers, footers and page numbering, creating and modifying tables and bulleted and numbered lists; inserting and formatting graphic elements; and using object linking and embedding to create compound documents. Students acquire practical skills to be able produce professional looking, well formatted Word documents in only 6 weeks and are prepared to move on to more advanced MS Word material. Those who plan to take COMP 2361, Microsoft Word Advanced in the same term should instead register for the complete 12 week course COMP 2369, Microsoft Word, which covers both fundamental and advanced topics. COMP 1361 is not currently being offered.
COMP 1002 or equivalent knowledge of MS Windows and File Management.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Spring/Summer 2016
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