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Word - Managing Long Documents

Course description

Word 2013 has a variety of features that make the preparation of long documents easier to manage. These include features, methods of automatically preparing tables of contents and indexes, referencing tools and creating footnotes and endnotes.

Attachments

Word 2010: Managing Long Documents.pdf

Type of course

Hands-on computer course

Presenters

Jason Lange
Centre for Educational ICT

Who should attend

Staff and Research Higher Degree Students working with long documents

What you will learn

  • Setting up Styles
  • Master documents
  • Generating an index/table of contents
  • Headers and footers
  • Creating cross references
  • Linking documents
  • Printing solutions
  • Using Word to produce documents to match Thesis or Publishers specifications

Prerequisites / assumed knowledge

Some formatting & styles experience with Word