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National College Credit Recommendation Service
EdTech Institute, LLC (formerly The Sage Group, LLC) | Evaluated Learning Experience
1. Microsoft Word 2007 Basic (261) 2. Microsoft Word 2007 Intermediate (262) 3.Microsoft Word 2007 Advanced (263)
Various approved locations throughout the United States.
Course 1: 20 hours (2.5 weeks). Course 2: 20 hours (2.5 weeks). Course 3: 20 hours (2.5 weeks).
1, 2, or 3: December 2009 - June 2014.
Instructional delivery format:
Traditional classroom model
Course 1: Explain and utilize the elements of the Word window; create and save documents in Word; describe how to use AutoRecover; work with new folders; access and use the Word help feature; navigate within a Word document using the scrollbars and the keyboard; switch document views; insert and delete text; insert date, time, symbols, and special characters; describe the Undo and Redo commands; demonstrate how to cut, copy, and paste text; apply character formatting to change the appearance of text; use tabs to align text; format paragraphs; align text, add borders, apply bullets and numbering; utilize AutoFormat; create a table and convert text to tables and tables to text; apply formatting in a table; add and delete table rows and columns; align tables and adjust column width; create headers and footers and insert page numbers; set and change the margins of a Word document; work with page breaks; proof a Word document; use the Word thesaurus; utilize AutoCorrect; use the Find and Replace Dialog box; preview Word documents; print Word documents; insert graphics and clip art in a Word document; crop, rotate and resize graphics; adjust graphic contrast and brightness. Course 2: Explain text formatting; utilize the Revel Formatting task pane; modify, override, and export styles; format a document outline; view documents using the Document Map and thumbnails; create and format sections of text; insert section breaks, headers and footers, and page numbers; format text into multiple columns; align text in a table; merge and split table cells; change text orientation and resize rows; change table borders and apply shading to cells; sort data in a table, split a table, and enter a formula in a table; repeat a header row on multiple pages; apply and modify table styles; prepare and print labels and envelops; create a document from a template; save a template and store a custom template; utilize the Building Block Organizer; use the Restrict Formatting and Editing pane; create and modify a graphic; insert text boxes; insert and modify shapes; format text using WordArt, drop caps and pull quotes; track changes while editing; review and accept revisions; view changes by different reviewers; merge revisions and insert, print, and delete comments; preview and save a document as a Web page; open an HTML document in a browser; edit an HTML document in Word; insert a hyperlink in a document; navigate using hyperlinks. Course 3: Create form letters using the mailing tab; create a recipient list; sort and filter records; use a recipient list to create mailing labels and envelopes; insert and modify new objects; apply background colors, fill effects, watermarks, and themes; protect document formatting; create forms by adding labels and content controls; protect forms; utilize the Compatibility Checker and Document Inspector; use digital signatures to share and secure documents; record and run macros to automate tasks; modify, copy, and delete macros; customize the Quick Access toolbar Customize keyboard shortcuts; create a master document; add cover pages; create, modify, and update a table of contents; create indexes, bibliographies, table of authorities, and footnotes; describe bookmarks and cross-references; add frames to Web page documents; create an XML document; attach an XML schema; use XML options and create a transform.
Course 1: Basic word processing knowledge and skills; how to create and save new documents in Word; formatting documents in Word; utilizing the elements of the Word window; accessing and using the Word help feature; navigating within a Word document using the scrollbars and the keyboard; switching document views; inserting and deleting text; applying character formatting to change the appearance of text; creating headers and footers and inserting page numbers. Course 2: Word text formatting; modifying, overriding, and exporting styles Formatting a document outline; inserting section breaks, headers and footers, and page numbers; formatting text into multiple columns; creating a document from a template; saving and storing custom templates; utilizing the Building Block Organizer; using the Restrict Formatting and Editing pane features; creating and modifying graphics; tracking changes while editing; previewing and saving documents as Web pages; editing HTML documents in Word; navigating using hyperlinks. Course 3: Creating form letters using the mailing tab; using a recipient list to create mailing labels and envelopes; inserting and modifying new objects; applying background colors, fill effects, watermarks, and themes; protecting document formatting; creating forms by adding labels and content controls; using digital signatures to share and secure documents; recording and running macros to automate tasks; creating master documents; creating indexes, bibliographies, table of authorities, and footnotes; bookmarks and cross-references; adding frames to Web page documents; creating an XML document and attaching an XML schema; using XML options and creating transforms.
Courses 1, 2, and 3: In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours as Computer Software Applications (11/05). NOTE: Courses 1, 2, and 3 must all be completed to receive credit. NOTE: These courses are also components of the Introductory or Advanced Microsoft courses listed in this section and, thus, there is overlap in content. Care should be taken, therefore, in the awarding of credit for these courses, if the Introductory or Advanced Microsoft courses have also been completed. Further, a total of 6 semester hours of credit is recommended for the Introductory or Advanced courses or any combination of its component courses. Retired Technical Courses descriptions and credit recommendations