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Word 2019 Online Training

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Simona Millham

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Word 2019 Online Training

In this foundational Microsoft skills training, Simona Millham helps learners of all skill levels understand basic to advanced Word functions.

If you’ve been working in an office for a while, you’ve probably used Microsoft Word. It’s really a question of whether you’ve been using Word to the fullest. In this Word training, Simona starts from the basics and quickly progresses to advanced Word topics like building blocks and quick parts and templates or styles. If you’re new to Word, then it makes sense to start from the beginning. Everyone else should jump in where they feel most comfortable — and feel free to skip around.

While this Word training isn't necessarily mapped to a Microsoft exam, it's valuable training for technical and non-technical professionals. To use this training, you should be using a traditional Word 2019 license, as opposed to an Office 365 subscription license.

After finishing the videos in this Word 2019 training, you'll know how to navigate the interface, develop documents using basic text, paragraph, and page formatting, use tables, and collaborate on files. You'll also gain an understanding of advanced topics, such as mail merge, macros, graphics, styles, table of contents, and indexing.

For anyone who leads a technology team, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new technical and non-technical professionals, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Word reference resource.

Word 2019: What You Need to Know

This Word 2019 training has videos that cover productivity tools topics including:

  • Text editing basics
  • Working with tables
  • Save and AutoRecover
  • WordArt and drawing tools
  • Templates
  • Customizing the workspace
  • Bibliography, footnotes, endnotes, and table of contents
  • Macros and Office add-ins

Who Should Take Word 2019 Training?

This Word 2019 training is considered foundational-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for technical and non-technical professionals with no Word experience. With that said, even the most advanced Word users will still learn something they didn’t know from this training.

Productivity tools user training. Microsoft Word is ubiquitous. Less ubiquitous is mastery of the software. If you’ve been working in an office for any amount of time, you’re all but guaranteed to have spent time with Microsoft 2019, but you’d be forgiven if everything you know about the program is self-taught. There are tips, tricks, functions and capabilities most users can be forgiven for never having heard of. But if you use Word in your daily life, you owe it to yourself to master it.

New or aspiring IT professionals. Technical and non-technical professionals alike will benefit from formal training in Word 2019. Even something as simple as knowing how to generate a table of contents for large documents could save you dozens of hours in the long-run. Microsoft Word will all but certainly be a technology you work with your entire career, mastering it early will pay dividends.

Experienced IT professionals. IT professionals are often the go-to resource for anything computer-related — including Word assistance. If your company uses Word, you can reduce the number of support tickets and drop-by requests with this Word training. Additionally, software that’s misunderstood creates more work for those using it. Software that’s underutilized often leads to unnecessary purchases of specialized software. Word is a powerful productivity tool that does much more than just word processing. Keep software bloat down with Word training.

Skills You'll Learn in this Course

  • Microsoft Word 2019

    Entry6 hrs 7 mins47 videos
  • Word 2019 Learning Resources

    This Word training includes videos and in-video quizzes.


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