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Intermediate Microsoft Word 2016 (Online Class)

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Program Type: Computer
Age: Adult

This is a free online class through Gale Courses, an online learning platform that the library provides to our patrons. An internet-connected device is required and the course can be accessed from the library or at home with a valid FRVPLD card. For more information, please visit the Course Details page. You can also access Gale Courses from our Research page.

Go beyond the basics of word processing and master the more advanced features of Microsoft Word 2016 (now available through Office 365). In this course, you'll learn how to automate Word 2016 using shortcuts to help you write more while typing less. From signs, newsletters, and greeting cards to long documents, you'll learn how to create whatever you need—quickly and with professional-looking results.

We'll go through tips for automating Word using macros, shortcut keys, and templates so you can create even the most complex formatted documents quickly and easily. You'll also learn how to create and organize text in tables, mix graphics and text together to turn Word into a simple desktop publishing program, and merge spreadsheet and database data to create mailing labels and form letters.

Along the way, we'll go through lots of examples and exercises so you can see how Word's advanced features work; but more importantly, you'll see how you can use these advanced features at home and on the job. By the end of this course, you'll know how to use Word more effectively and take advantage of all its many features so you can get your work done more quickly and more easily than you ever thought possible.

Feel free to contact the Information Services department if you would like more information about the online course or if you need help accessing it. You can contact us via email at or via phone at 847-428-3661, option 3.