The Microsoft Word program is often used by seasoned professionals in many industries, as it is the preferred Word Processing program on the market. This session by Stacy Albrecht will allow users to see the full capabilities of the software, including how to build dynamic tables and how to use the program to perform the Mail Merge function. These two functions are often overlooked, simply by lack of use, or lack of time to learn how the functions truly work.
Some of the reasons you should include Word Tables in your documents: By creating a table in Word, you can format and organize complex data and present it as part of a publication, such as reports, catalogs, and longer documents. Tables can also be used as a layout tool, where you can insert and format text or graphics without using complicated publishing software. You can also insert Word Tables into most of the other programs in the Microsoft suite, which makes tables incredibly useful for collaboration. Using Microsoft Word tables to provide structure when building forms is another incredibly useful skill.
The Mail Merge capabilities allow you to send mass mailings/publications to multiple recipients, without having to type hundreds of letters. If you use Mail Merge and connect to a database, you can easily create a mail merge document—which greatly reduces time you would spend retyping documents.
You can also create mailing address labels using the mail merge tool. The end result is a beautifully typed matching label to accompany your project.
In this program, you will learn to:
Who should attend
Stacey Albrecht has her B.S. in Public Relations, CCIM from Ball State University and has over 12 years of experience offering instructor-led training, training development and instructional design. She has extensive knowledge in the Microsoft Office Suite and has worked for the past ten years training software app... More info