This course is designed for the novice who has little or no word processing experience. The course provides an introduction to word processing.
This course is designed for the novice who has little or no word processing experience. The course provides an introduction to word processing. You will explore word processing skills while also learning to create a basic business letter and a business memo. Although the resources in this course use Microsoft Word 2010, it should be noted that all of the basic skills and tasks that you will be asked can be done on any word processing program. If you stay flexible enough in your own word processing program to search out the commands and icons on whatever software you are using, you will succeed.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Explain where to find and interact with the Print and Save commands.
Identify and use the basic formatting tools from the Font and Paragraph groupings on the Home ribbon that are used in beginning word-processing.
Explain how to change font type and size, and perform this word processing function.
Explain how and when to use font styles like bold, italics, underline, etc. in a block style business memo.
Create, save, and print a basic business letter and a business memo.
Identify parts of a block style business letter and a block style business memo, and explain the spacing between the parts.
Identify and use/toggle the Show/Hide icon to see non-printing characters.
More info: http://www.saylor.org/courses/prdv003/