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MSS IT Training Series - Manic Mondays - Microsoft Word

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What is Microsoft Word and its Features?
Microsoft Word is one of the popular applications for documenting by all types of users. This guide lets users who want to learn Microsoft Word basics but don’t have much experience with computers or Microsoft software. It will provide you with a solid foundation in Microsoft Word, allowing you to progress to greater levels of proficiency.
 
If you make any kind of document, you’ll want to consider Microsoft Word. This helpful tool helps to create a wide variety of professional documents quickly and easily. Now, Microsoft Word is a popular commercial word processor created by Microsoft. Microsoft Word is also one of the widely used programs in the suite. There are many features of Microsoft Word. Although many other applications give it a competition, nothing has defeated it to date.

It is available for both Windows and Apple operating systems. Microsoft Word is in the Microsoft Office productivity package, although it is also available as a standalone application. Microsoft Word was first released in 1983 and has seen various revisions since then. It’s compatible with both Windows and Mac computers.
 
Features of Microsoft Word help to make professional write-ups, editing and formatting the existing documents. It also helps in creating graphical documents comprising images, and more. Millions of office workers, students and home users create, read and edit documents use this software program. It can also be useful to familiarize yourself with the basic features and characteristics of the application.

Basics of Microsoft Word

You may use Microsoft Office Word to create and modify personal and business documents like letters, reports, invoices, emails, and books. Documents saved in Word are saved with the.docx extension by default. Microsoft Word can be used for a variety of tasks:
  • Creating business papers with a variety of images, such as photos, charts, and diagrams.
  • Saving and reusing pre-formatted text and elements like cover pages and sidebars.
  • Making letters and letterheads for both personal and professional use.
  • Creating a variety of documents, including resumes and invitation cards.
  • Producing a variety of letters, ranging from simple office memos to legal copies and reference documents.

Features of Microsoft Word

Home
This feature of Microsoft Word has options like font colour, font size, font style, alignment, bullets, line spacing, etc. Additionally, all the basic elements that one may need to edit their document are available under the Home option.
 
Insert
You can enter tables, shapes, images, charts, graphs, header, footer, page number, etc., in the document. These Features of Microsoft Word are available in the “Insert” category.
 
Design
You can create or select the template or the design under the Design Tab in which you want your document to be by using this Features of Microsoft Word. Moreover, choosing an appropriate tab will enhance the appearance of your document on Microsoft Word.
 
Page Layout
This Features of Microsoft Word under the Page Layout tab come with options like margins, orientation, columns, lines, indentation, spacing, etc.
 
References
This tab is the most useful feature of Microsoft Word for those who are creating a thesis or writing books or lengthy documents. Options like citation, footnote, table of contents, caption, bibliography, etc. are present under this tab.
 
Review
Spell check, grammar, thesaurus, word count, language, translation, comments, etc., everything is trackable under the review tab. Additionally, it benefits those who review their documents in Microsoft Word.
 

Event Information

Event Date 05-16-2022 11:45 am
Event End Date 05-16-2022 1:00 pm
Capacity 50
Registered 20
Available Place 30
Cut Off Date 05-16-2022 11:55 am
Individual Price Free

Speakers

Autumn Vest

Executive Director

Kaleb Millstead

IT Support Technician

Matt Green

IT Support Technician

Gary J. Hires

IT Director

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