Microsoft Word: Managing Long Documents
Duration 1 day
Team Professional Development

Microsoft Word: Managing Long Documents

Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of this course you should be able to:

  • Create a structure for a long document to aid automation (eg table of contents, page and section numbering, captions and references)
  • Use a range of formatting techniques to position text and paragraphs
  • Define and modify multi-level lists
  • Apply and manage styles
  • Change or add levels in a table of contents
  • Learn how to work with section breaks
  • Customise number formatting across sections/chapters in footers
  • Work with captions
  • Create and delete cross-references
  • Working with the navigation view and collapsing document headings

Pre-Requisites:
The course is designed to build on the skills acquired as part of the “Microsoft Word – Foundation of Document Creation” course. 
Therefore you are strongly recommended to attend this course, or be confident that you can demonstrate proficiency in these skills.

To participate in this session you will need to have the latest version of Microsoft Office installed on your device before the session starts. If you are unsure if you have the latest version please see the Install Office Updates web page.  This session will focus on the Windows version of Microsoft Office.

If you require support please see the IT Service Desk web page for more help as technical support cannot be offered by the course leader.

Process:

Course Leader input, demonstrations, and hands-on practical sessions.

You are required to attend the whole of the course, this is not a "drop in" session.

LocationStart DateAll DatesTimesPlaces AvailableBook
University Park25 July 202425 July 20249:30am - 4:30pm12
Online Course05 August 202405 August 20249:30am - 4:30pm17
University Park21 August 202421 August 20249:30am - 4:30pm14
Online Course28 August 202428 August 20249:30am - 4:30pm19
University Park19 September 202419 September 20249:30am - 4:30pm19