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Microsoft Units: Word Processing (Level 1) - Part-time

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Course outline

This course consolidates existing knowledge of Microsoft Word at Level 1 using Microsoft Office 2016.

  • Enter and edit data to create a range of word documents
  • Use different methods for Cut, Copy and Paste
  • Check documents using IT tools - spell check and Show/Hide
  • Paragraph formatting and page layouts
  • Creating and modifying text or numeric data in Tables
  • Mail Merge
  • Combining information from different sources (copy and paste)
  • Adding images and borders to documents
  • File saving and opening
  • Formatting to enhance a document
  • Find & Replace data
  • Tabulations – use of the tab key and setting “tabs”.
  • Understand and the use of indents.

How to enrol onto this course

It is no longer possible to enrol on this course, however, we may be running it again in the future.

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Course dates / times

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Qualification

Nottingham College Certificate

Level Level 1
Entry requirements

You must be comfortable using a computer and have some basic experience of Microsoft Word.

Assessment

You will complete tasks throughout the course, there is no formal exam.

Progression

Progression routes can be discussed with the tutor at the end of the course. Options include attending a follow up course studying Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Access at Level 1.

Additional information

You can read more about community courses in our Guidance for Community Courses booklet.

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