Training & Events

Microsoft Word Level 2

Learning Objectives

  • Create and modify tables to organize data and enhance appearance
  • Use the Mail Merge task pane with different data sources and main documents to create form letters, envelopes, and mailing labels
  • Use styles to create consistently formatted documents and to facilitate changing paragraph and character formatting
  • Create and insert Quick Parts to reuse data and content and create documents with consistent standards
  • Use existing templates to provide consistent document editing and formatting, and create custom form templates

Course Outline

  • Creating and Managing Tables: Creating Tables; Modifying and Formatting Tables
  • Using Mail Merge: Mail Merge Overview; Form Letters; Data Sources; Envelopes; Mailing Labels
  • Managing Styles: Styles Overview; Applying Styles; Modifying Styles; Creating Styles; Copying Styles
  • Reusing Data and Content: Quick Parts Overview; Working with Document Properties; Working with Building Blocks
  • Working with Templates and Forms: Using Templates; Creating Templates; Working with Forms

Course Instructor: Claudette Craig

Claudette Craig is the owner of CD Consulting. She has more than 25 years of experience coordinating and facilitating courses, with a primary focus on the design and instruction of various Microsoft products. She has her Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at the Master Level. Her background includes working with a wide client-base in all business sectors, developing and implementing database applications and designing user reference materials and online training videos.


November 10th, 2021


1000 Waverley St, Winnipeg


8:30am to 4:00pm


Lunch and coffee provided

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COVID-19 Protocols required by attendees:

  • Practice social distancing with 6 ft separation
  • All training attendees are required to wear masks
  • Upon entry into the building, hands must be sanitized before signing in
  • When gathering food, attendees are instructed to go one at a time to allow for social distancing
  • Frequent hand-washing
  • If you are feeling ill, please do not attend and let BAM know as soon as possible
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