Below are several selected Microsoft training courses. Click here for a FULL LIST. While these aren't necessarily "graphic" items, we often get questions about these items.
Keep in mind, these are courses and most contain more than one video. If you select "Watch Online", you will see a list of all the video titles in the course as well as a description.
Track changes records every edit without making anything permanent. You can move, copy, delete and insert text, change formatting, even change pictures and insert objects. And the person who sent you the document can see the changes you made and decide whether to accept or reject them. Or you can do the same when others make changes to your document.
Watch this video to learn how to track the word count in your document as you work. And if you need to print your document, learn how to insert and update the word count in to the body of your document.
These videos show you how to create a smart looking resume with or without a template. We’ll show how to quickly add your text to a template and a trick to save lots of time for those who don’t want to use a template. Also, a bit about using words in your resume to get it discovered online.
You create a table of contents (TOC) by applying heading styles — for example, Heading 1, Heading 2, and Heading 3 — to the text that you want to include in the table of contents. Word 2013 searches for those headings and then inserts the table of contents into your document. Then you can automatically update your TOC if you make changes in your document.
Use mail merge to create mass mailings that you individualize for each recipient. You can add individual elements to any part of a label, letter, envelope, or email, from the greeting to the entire document, even images. Word automatically fills in the fields with recipient information and generates all the individual documents. In this course we’ll start with email, then move on to letters and envelopes.
There’s a lot more you can do with mail merge. You can import lists from other sources, like Microsoft Excel files, and take advantage of Excel's many tools for working with data and numbers. And customize your message to make it more personal to each recipient, or go all the way with personalization and insert text directly in each e-mail. Take this short course to learn more.
Watermarks are text or pictures that appear on the background of a document, typically on every page. You can use watermarks for a number of things, such as identification or branding (like a company logo), for security or legal purposes, or simply as a design or decorative element.