Word Long Documents

Format, navigate and organize your long documents efficiently.

Do you produce long documents that require Tables of Contents or Figures or numbered Headings? Do you need to produce high quality and appropriately formatted work more efficiently? Then getting to grips with Word's heading styles in this course is the answer.

Key content

  • Review page and section breaks
  • Review page numbering conventions
  • Review the way to use, create and modify Styles
  • Multilevel Heading numbering options
  • Create a Table of Contents using Styles
  • Moving around long documents using the Navigation Pane
  • Insert captions and create a table of figures
  • Insert footnotes and endnotes
  • Use the Reviewing tools
  • Work with master and sub-documents

Objectives

  • Format, navigate and organize your long documents efficiently

Prerequisite

Word Intermediate

Suitable for

This is an intermediate level workshop which is suitable for those who have completed the prerequisite or who are competent with the topics covered in that workshop. Before registering for this workshop, it is your responsibility to ensure that you are competent with the topics covered in the prerequisite workshop, specifically:

  • Formatting documents using Quick Styles
  • Page and section breaks in a document
  • Using headers, footers and page numbering

Notes

PC and Mac computers are available on a first come, first served basis. Word 2013 is used. Also suitable for 2010 users.

Cost

Free for University of Auckland and UniServices staff
Free for University of Auckland postgraduate students
$125+GST for others

Dates, times and venues for 2017

January - March 2017                                                    

Thursday 30 March 2017, 1-4pm
Room 305, Level 3, Building 620, 49 Symonds Street, City Campus

April - June 2017

Wednesday 21 June 2017, 1-4pm
Room 305, Level 3, Building 620, 49 Symonds Street, City Campus

July - September 2017

Registration is now open for all University of Auckland and UniServices staff.

Registration for all others opens in early June 2017. Please contact us from this date to request registration. Please note registrations will be processed on a first come first served basis.

Wednesday 23 August 2017, 9am-12pm 
Room 305, Level 3, Building 620, 49 Symonds Street, City Campus