A roadmap to Word 2007 training:
1. Get familiar with Word
||What you'll learn
|Get up to speed with Word 2007
||The layout of the new design, how to accomplish everyday tasks in Word 2007, and a bit about the new XML file formats
|Get to know Word 2007 I: Create your first document
||How to do the basics: type where you want to on a page, fix spelling errors, change spacing and page margins, and save your work
|Get to know Word 2007 II: Edit text and revise your documents
||How to get from one place to another in a document so that you can make changes anywhere on the page, how to add and delete text, and move text around
|Get to know Word 2007 III: Make documents look great
||Emphasize text, make lists, and use style, a tool that helps you format a document
2. Start with an outline or let Word do the work with templates and Quick Styles
3. Display information effectively
||What you'll learn
|Bullets, numbers, and lists
||The ins and outs of bullets, numbers, and multilevel lists in Word 2007
|Decorate documents with backgrounds, borders, and text effects
||How to apply borders, backgrounds, shading, watermarks, table and shape styles, text enhancements, and WordArt
|Reuse text and other document parts: Introducing building blocks
||How to use building blocks galleries to add the final touches to create a professional-looking document.
|Get acquainted with tables
||Learn how to insert a table into a document, add formatting and edit its structure.
|Learn more about tables
||How to merge and split table cells, resize a table and remove a table.
4. Add finishing touches to your document
5. Insert comments and track your revisions
6. Use mail merge
7. Learn general Office skills
Note You can also download shorter PowerPoint versions of some Word 2007 training courses and use them as training for yourself or a group.
And that's not all – the whole schmeer
Online training isn't just for Word and Office as a whole. It's also available for other individual programs in the 2007 Microsoft Office System. Because the more you know, the better you do.