Word 2016 Creating Organized Documents with Tables and Lists
This course is an introduction to data management in Microsoft Word. It will teach students how to organize document contents using lists, tables, and embedded Excel objects, allowing them to manipulate and visualize data within a text document.
Who Should Attend
This course will be easiest for students to follow if they are relatively comfortable working in Microsoft Word, so it is not recommended for absolute beginners. Though an understanding of data structures in Excel is helpful, very little to no experience is needed for students to create tables and lists in Word documents.
The goal of this course is to help students format documents using tables and lists to make data easier to read and understand. You will learn how to create default or custom bulleted and numbered lists, how to insert and format tables from scratch or from text, and how to insert objects from Excel.
1 - Lessons
- Using Bulleted and Numbered Lists - Learn how to create bulleted, numbered, and multilevel lists.
- Customizing Lists - Learn how to format bullets and how to modify lists.
- Inserting Tables - Learn how to create tables and how to enter and format text in tables.
- Modifying and Formatting Tables - Learn how to add and delete rows and columns in a table.
- Adjusting Cells, Rows and Columns - Learn how to merge and split table cells.
- Formatting Tables - Learn how to apply and modify table styles.
- Creating Tables from Existing Text - Learn how to convert text into a table.
- Embedding an Excel Object - Learn how to copy, paste, and embed Excel worksheets and graphs.