Manuscripts 1: Saving Time with Styles in Word
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This is the first in a series of 2 workshops to help you complete a paper, thesis, dissertation, or manuscript to meet the requirements of the school or publisher. See the Additional Information link below for details about the series of workshops. An Introduction to Styles in Word. Do you produce multipage documents with sections and subheadings? Do you find yourself spending more time working on the formatting than on the content? Microsoft Word is a styles-based word processor that provides powerful document formatting at the click of the mouse. Understanding the way styles and document themes work can give you better control over the way your documents look and open doors to features you may not be aware of. Demonstrations include creating a Table of Contents in 7 seconds (Really!).
Styles is a feature used in many word processing and publication applications (like Adobe InDesign). The concepts in this workshop will apply to these applications.
This workshop is not an introduction to using Word. We will focus on using, modifying, and creating styles in Word for Windows and Mac.
- Understand the Styles feature in Word
- Know How to Apply Styles to a Document
- Know How to Modify and Create Styles
- Understand Other Features that Depend on Styles
- Basic computer skills and familiarity with operations like navigating the file system, saving and opening files, using a computer keyboard
- Familiarity with Word (any version) and at least some experience with the latest verion is recommended
- NOTE: You can attend this workshop separately without attending the other workshops in the Manuscripts series.
Please contact a course administrator for additional information.