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Microsoft Word 2016: Writers: Beginner Writing and Outlining

Brian Jackson, Author/Publisher/Educator

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21 Lessons (2h 16m)
    • 1. Course Overview

      5:08
    • 2. Watch Videos Fast with Bookmarks

      3:37
    • 3. Word 2016 Installation

      4:14
    • 4. Word Screen Layout

      8:59
    • 5. Bonus: Original Start, Stop, New, Save As, Save, Close and Open

      8:41
    • 6. New, Save, Save As, Open, Close and Quit

      6:23
    • 7. Setup My Standard Word Screen Layout

      3:44
    • 8. Menu Ribbon Set Up

      1:54
    • 9. Configuring Styles: Normal, Chapter Headings and Separators

      11:01
    • 10. Using Templates

      3:29
    • 11. Page Layout with Headers and Footers

      4:25
    • 12. Printing and Exporting

      2:23
    • 13. Fiction: Plot, People and Place

      7:38
    • 14. Maintaining a Bible

      2:42
    • 15. Outlining with a Simple Text Editor (Part I)

      10:57
    • 16. Outlining with a Simple Text Editor (Part II)

      9:54
    • 17. Using Spelling, Grammar and Usage Checking (and Beyond)

      7:09
    • 18. Selecting, Cutting, Copying, Pasting and Deleting

      5:43
    • 19. Bonus: Original Selecting, Deleting, Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text

      7:10
    • 20. Formatting Text

      9:19
    • 21. Bonus: Original Defining and Applying Styles

      11:37

About This Class

If you're a writer you write.  That's a lot of time spent writing.  Why not get to know the editor you use to write?

Microsoft Word is the chosen standard for professional writers.  Odds are you're already using it.  In either case, you should be familiar with the product.

Fortunately, this video training course provides much more than a casual overview of Word:

Word Setup

Outlining

Writing

All are discussed in detail.  With an additional section on using Word to address:

Social Media: Blog posts, Facebook memes and tweets

Fiction: Stories, novellas and novels

Non-fiction: Essays, documents, articles and books

Business: Reports and Tool Integration

Take note!

This course is complete!

This course is detailed!

This course is up to date!

This course is easy!

This course is fast!

This course is fun!

Watch this course first, the initial release in my Microsoft Word training series.

I'll see you in the classroom,

---Brian