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Introduction to Microsoft Word 2019 (MS-55272)

The Introduction to Microsoft Word 2019 course targets students who are new to the Microsoft Work environment. Here, students will develop the skills to create, modify, edit, print and format Word documents.

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The Introduction to Microsoft Word 2019 course targets students who are new to the Microsoft Work environment. Here, students will develop the skills to create, modify, edit, print and format Word documents.

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About this course:

The Introduction to Microsoft Word 2019 course targets students who are new to the Microsoft Work environment. Here, students will develop the skills to create, modify, edit, print and format Word documents.

An Office 365 consultant earns $104,073 on average per year.

Course Objective:

At the end of the course, candidates will be eligible to:

  • Create and modify Microsoft Word documents
  • Know the fundamentals of ribbon and file tabs
  • How to create and open new word documents and templates
  • Format documents
  • Add page numbers, headers and footers, and spell and grammar 

Audience:

The target audience for this course are candidates who are not well-versed with Microsoft Word 2019 and those who want to further understand the topics related to Word 2019.

Prerequisite:

Students should be familiar with the following before enrolling for the course:

  • Using a personal computer and related hardware
  • Comfortable with using the Windows environment
  • Know their way around a computer including navigation, file management, computer storage, and lunch of application

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Q1. What is MS Word Introduction?

MS Word is the most popular word processing software used today. A word processor is essentially a computerized version of the standard typewriter. When attached to an email, electronic documents, created by MS Word can be delivered in seconds. Another benefit is that it helps the user to type faster and more accurate.

Q2. What is MS Word and features of MS Word?

Full explanations of Microsoft Word use and features. Microsoft Word is used to create and edit professional-looking documents such as resume, books, admission forms, letters, paper, reports and booklets, cover pages, notes, assignments, brochures, and even web pages.

Q3. What version is Microsoft Word19?

Microsoft Office 2019 is the current version of Microsoft Office, a productivity suite, succeeding Office 2016 A word processor lets you to change words or phrases, to move whole sections of text from one place to another, store blocks of text, align margins all in few seconds. ... The powerful features of Word will allow you to create even graphic based multicolumn publications such as Fliers, Newsletters and Internet web pages

Q4. What is MS Word theory?

Microsoft Word or MS-WORD (often called Word) is a Graphical word processing program that users can type with. It is made by the computer company Microsoft. Its purpose is to allow users to type and save documents.

Q5. What is MS Word processing?

A word processor is software or a device that allows users to create, edit, and print documents. It enables you to write text, store it electronically, display it on a screen, modify it by entering commands and characters from the keyboard, and print it. Of all computer applications, word processing is the most common

Q6. What are the importance of MS Word?

The purpose of the MS Word is to allow the users to type and save documents. Similar to other word processors, it has helpful tools to make documents. Microsoft word, often called as word, carries with it a lot of benefits

Q7. What are the formatting features of MS Word?

Character formatting includes selecting a font, a font size, bold or italics, and so on. At the paragraph level, you apply indents, bullets, and line spacing. For each section of your document (even if there's only one), you set the page size, orientation, and margins, as described in the previous chapter

Q8. What are the main functions of MS Word?

The main purpose of Word is to create text documents that can be saved electronically, printed on paper or saved as PDF files. Microsoft Word allows you to create text documents

Q9. What is the difference between Word 2016 and Word 2019?

Microsoft Office 2019 is a standalone, local (not cloud-based, like Office 365) version of the Microsoft Office software suite. This new release updates and replaces the 2016 versions of Word, Excel, etc. and includes many of the new features that have been rolled out to Office 365 users over the past three years.

Q10. What is MS Word Definition PDF?

MS Word 2003. Word Processing is perhaps the most common and comparatively easier application to work on any computer. A word processor lets you to change words or phrases, to move whole sections of text from one place to another, store blocks of text, align margins all in few seconds

Q11. What is introduction of MS Word?

Introduction to Word Starter. Microsoft Word Starter 2010 is a word processing program designed for everyday tasks such as writing letters, updating your résumé, and creating newsletters.

Q12. What is mail merge in MS Word?

Mail Merge is most often used to print or email form letters to multiple recipients. Using Mail Merge, you can easily customize form letters for individual recipients. ... In a blank Microsoft Word document, click on the Mailings tab, and in the Start Mail Merge group, click Start Mail Merge

Q13. What is MS Word and its history?

The two were hired by Microsoft founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen, in 1981. At this time, Word was called Multi-Tool Word. It was designed for use on computers that ran the UNIX operating system. Word was a WYSIWYG ('what you see is what you get') program

Q14. Is Microsoft Word free now?

Microsoft Office is one of the more expensive sets of productivity software most people will purchase. At the new Office.com, you can use basic versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote for free in your browser. They're the same Microsoft Office apps you're used to, only they run online and are 100% free

Q15. Why we use mail merge in MS Word?

Mail merge got its name because in earlier versions of Microsoft Word, it was primarily used to address envelopes or put information on labels. To merge something means to combine two or more things into one. Now, it can merge much more than just mail, and can be a very useful tool.

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BrandMicrosoft
SubjectsBusiness Productivity
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TechnologyMicrosoft
Learning StyleVirtual Classroom
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DifficultyBeginner
Course Duration1 Day
LanguageEnglish

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