Microsoft Word Intermediate 2010/2016 | Training Course

Build your Word skills and discover some exciting new features

If you have some experience with Microsoft Word, this Word Intermediate course will build on your existing Word skills, broaden your knowledge and help you become conversant with its additional features.

You will learn how to create and work with tables, mail merge, format complex pages, apply bullets and numbering, work with continuous headers and footers and much more.

Whether you use Microsoft Word at work or at home, this training course will help you to produce professional looking documents that will get you noticed.


Before enrolling on this Word Intermediate course:

  • You are expected to have basic computing skills and be familiar with web and Word-related terminology
  • To get the most out of this course we recommend you attend our Microsoft Word Introduction Course

Why take this Word Intermediate course?

To improve your career prospects – Working with Word is one of the most regularly used skillsets at the workplace. Having Microsoft Word training on your resume will give you an edge over other applicants.

To increase productivity – Having a solid understanding of more advanced tools and concepts of Word will enable you to work more efficiently.

Who should take this course?

  • Self-taught users interested in improving their proficiency with Microsoft Word
  • Anyone looking to expand on their knowledge of the intermediate features of Word in the shortest possible time
  • Individuals aspiring to achieve Microsoft Certification status


1 day

1-Day Course Content

  • Applying bullets and numbering dynamically and retrospectively
  • Modifying bullets and numbering characters and styles
  • Creating a multi-level numbered outline
  • Creating a table
  • Adding and editing text content
  • Adding and removing rows and columns
  • Adding and removing borders and shading
  • Merging and splitting cells
  • Applying auto-formatting to a table
  • Applying custom formatting to a table
  • Converting text to a table
  • Automating and reusing document content
  • Creating new documents from existing templates
  • Opening and modifying existing templates
  • Saving a document as a template
  • Understanding sections
  • Changing page orientation within a document section
  • Using newspaper style columns
  • Using continuous
  • Next page and odd/even page section breaks
  • Working with continuous headers and footers
  • Inserting dates
  • Page numbers and logos into a header or footer
  • Inserting clip art and other images into a document
  • Using text wrap
  • Image formatting
  • Using word art
  • Inserting, formatting, moving, resizing and deleting drawing objects
  • Grouping drawing objects
  • Adding text boxes
  • Creating a hyperlink to other documents or web pages
  • Saving a document as a web page
  • What is mail merge
  • Creating a main document
  • Creating a list of recipients
  • Using an existing list of recipients
  • Sorting and filtering a list of recipients
  • Printing and emailing a mail merge
  • Creating envelopes and labels