Class Schedule

Why You Should Take Word 2013 :

Most people are aware of Microsoft Word and how to use it to create and edit documents. Some have looked under-the-hood and taken advantage of the next-level functionality that lends polish to their work but to really take advantage of the professional level tools that Microsoft Word 2013 offers you need to dig a little deeper and take our Microsoft Word 2013 Advanced training course.

This instructor-led training course introduces you to the advanced skills and concepts that will enable you to use Microsoft Word 2013 productively and efficiently. Our instructors will guide you through working with fields, performing mail merges, inserting SmartArt diagrams, working with shapes, and formatting text graphically. You'll learn how to format documents by adding sections, columns, and design elements such as watermarks and themes. You'll also learn how to use document references such as citations, indexes, and tables of contents. Using Track Changes functionality you will learn how to review, edit and prepare documents for sharing and exporting.

Finally, you will add interactive elements such as forms and content from other applications, and they will learn to work more efficiently in Word by customizing the ribbon, creating macros, using building blocks, and inserting sub-documents.

Audience and Prerequisites

The Microsoft Word 2013 Advanced training course is designed for anyone who wishes to learn the advanced features available in Microsoft Word. This is an advanced course so anyone who has taken our Microsoft Word 2013 Intermediate training or has equivalent experience will be well prepared to learn the new concepts and skills taught in this training.


Microsoft Word 2013 Advanced is one of several Microsoft Office courses that will prepare you for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification

Skills and Concepts:

Unit 1: Mail Merge

  • Topic A: Form letters
  • Topic B: Data sources for the recipient list
  • Topic C: Mailing labels and envelopes

Unit 2: Illustrations

  • Topic A: Creating diagrams
  • Topic B: Working with shapes
  • Topic C: Formatting text graphically

Unit 3: Advanced document formatting

  • Topic A: Creating and formatting sections
  • Topic B: Working with columns
  • Topic C: Document design

Unit 4: Document references

  • Topic A: Tables of contents and captions
  • Topic B: Indexes, bibliographies, and footnotes

Unit 5: Document sharing

  • Topic A: Document properties
  • Topic B: Tracking changes
  • Topic C: Finalizing documents

Unit 6: Document interactivity

  • Topic A: Creating forms
  • Topic B: Inserting objects and charts
  • Topic C: Web pages

Unit 7: Working in Word efficiently

  • Topic A: Customizing the ribbon
  • Topic B: Macros
  • Topic C: Building blocks
  • Topic D: Master documents


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