What makes a large document boring? Large amounts of narrative text might be considered boring - from a visual perspective. We're all familiar with the glazed look in the eyes people get when confronted with a sheer wall of text. Even if the content is compelling, the format of the document can affect the document by adding interest; or can distract by making content irregular or jumpy to read. If you regularly compile or write long, detailed documents, stylistic choices of font, spacing, and differentiating titles and subtitles can actually make a serious difference in how your writing is received. Properly differentiating between sections is a must, and giving your document a smooth and consistent look and feel can make it seem more professional, but more importantly make its content more accessible.
Styles in Microsoft Word 2013 are collections of formatting choices that can be applied automatically through a document for fast and consistent professional-looking documents. Ms Word Styles come in many varieties - character, paragraph, tables, lists, and more-you can change the entire document's fonts and sizing, or focus just on how tables should look, for instance. If you want a style Word doesn't already have, or if you have a company or academic format you need to consistently apply, you can now create it. Word 2013 uses Document Designs that will format an entire document with one click, for those who need overall formatting. From this to themes, you can create your own personal brand for your documents just with Word's native tools.
This webinar by expert speaker Mitzi Katz will show you in detail to use Styles in Microsoft Word 2013 to automatically apply formatting choices to large, overwhelming and boring documents to create professional, attractive and consistent-looking documents swiftly. You will go through a PowerPoint presentation with detailed speaker notes during the session. Plus, get tons of tips and tricks on working with Ms Word 2013.
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Mitzi Gibson Katz
Mitzi Gibson Katz has trained thousands of end-users and developed curriculum for over 25 years. Mitzi holds a Master's degree in Education with an emphasis in special education classroom and administration. After teaching a variety of special education classes in Kansas, Montana and Alaska for the early part of her ca... More info