Word Working with Objects in Thesis and Long Documents
By the end of the course you will be able to:-
- Apply and modify styles in order to control document structure by using a sample document
- Create a table of contents and table of figures using the default layouts in order to assist with finding information in the document
- Control the structure of a sample document by using the outlining tools
A one-day hands on course covering the Microsoft Word features that make creating, editing and reviewing of long, complex documents more manageable. On completion of the course, participants will be able to manage documents using Styles and Templates, use Outline View, create a Table of Contents and work with Master and Subdocuments and be able to create a document based on the University of Leeds Thesis template. Participants should have a good basic understanding of Microsoft Word.
- Styles: Why use styles, built-in styles, applying, modifying & creating styles
- Templates: Creating and using Templates.
- Table of Contents: Creating a table of contents, updating a table of contents.
- Views: Using the document map, outline view, master document view.
- Long Documents: Working with page numbers, headers and footers.
- Sections: Reasons for using document sections, changing page numbering within sections, headers and footers in section.