Class Schedule

GreenbeltTuesday01/24/201901/24/20198:30am - 5pm

Why You Should Take Word 2013 :

We're all familiar with Microsoft Word, and most people have used it at one point or another to create a document, but surprisingly few people have taken training in how to use the product properly. More often than not many folks do not get much past typing text in, doing some basic formatting and printing the documents out or emailing it. Maybe now is the time to look a little harder at how Microsoft Word 2013 works and how you can use it to your advantage.

In our instructor-led course - Microsoft Word 2013 Basic - we'll introduce you to all the skills and concepts you need to get started. In a short time, you will have learned to create and save documents, how to navigate through Word. Our certified instructors will show you how to edit, copy and paste, and find and replace text. They'll also teach you to enhance the appearance of your documents using various formatting options. Also, they will show you how to create tables, adjust page layout, work with graphics, use styles and outlines, and proof and print documents.

Audience and Prerequisites:

The Microsoft Word 2013 Basics course is aimed at anyone looking to get started with Microsoft Word. There are no prerequisites for this entry-level course.


Microsoft Word 2013 Basics is one of several MS Office classes that will prepare you for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification.

Skills and Concepts:

Unit 1: Getting started

  • Topic A: The Word window
  • Topic B: New documents
  • Topic C: Document navigation

Unit 2: Editing text

  • Topic A: Working with text
  • Topic B: The Undo and Redo commands
  • Topic C: Cut, copy, and paste
  • Topic D: Find and replace

Unit 3: Formatting text

  • Topic A: Character formatting
  • Topic B: Tab settings
  • Topic C: Paragraph formatting
  • Topic D: Paragraph spacing and indents

Unit 4: Tables

  • Topic A: Creating tables
  • Topic B: Working with table content
  • Topic C: Changing the table structure
  • Topic D: Table design options
  • Topic E: Table data

Unit 5: Page layout

  • Topic A: Headers and footers
  • Topic B: Page setup

Unit 6: Graphics

  • Topic A: Adding graphics and clip art
  • Topic B: Working with graphics

Unit 7: Styles and outlines

  • Topic A: Examining formatting
  • Topic B: Working with styles
  • Topic C: Working with outlines

Unit 8: Proofing, printing, and exporting

  • Topic A: Spelling and grammar
  • Topic B: AutoCorrect
  • Topic C: Printing and exporting documents


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