Maria Langer has written over 60 Technical books, and is a leading authority on Microsoft Office. One of the world's most prolific technical author's, Maria brings a long history of educating to her macProVideo.com tutorials.
Microsoft Word may seem like a simple word processor, but it's a very deep program with hundreds of features that make word processing quick and easy. But if you don't know how to use those features, you're wasting time whenever you sit down to type out a document. And that's time you'll never get back ... a few hours of Word education now can save endless hours down the road.
This program is designed to jumpstart your work with Word. It is perfect for companies looking to quickly educate new employees, students that need to put the finished gloss on term papers, or individuals that want to find new and quicker ways to use this incredibly powerful word processing program.
You'll learn important tips and tricks for formatting, editing, and proofing documents, working with tabs and rulers, using bullet and numbered lists, laying out multiple column text, and also printing and faxing documents from right inside Microsoft Word itself. For a full list of what this program offers, check out the table of contents below.
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illakilla7707 wrote on March 3, 2013
At first this course looked kind of dull but then I found myself sitting thru almost the entire course in one sitting. I have learned so many new tricks with Word because of this course.
Robert Parillo wrote on December 11, 2009
As a user of Word for many years, I found this course to be an excellent review of the many fundamentals of this program- a great way to get back to the basics. There were many tips, which somehow I had not learned about in the past. I especially appreciated the presentation of Mac oriented menus and other command options. I would have liked coverage related to pictures, graphics, drawing, page numbering and date options, but think that that similar items may be more appropriately covered in a future more advanced course.
S. Smith wrote on May 11, 2009
Thank goodness for your videos - I used other word processor programs over the years and had to learn this one. Your video saved me much time looking about for the functions I needed immediately, and to get up to speed a.s.a.p. I am pleased that your company fills in "The learning gap" and at an affordable price as well.
Kevin Taylor wrote on April 22, 2009
Pretty good. Learned some tips I wasn't aware of. Well thought out and good presentation.
Overall though... not advanced enough.
Too much simple information such as "how to cut and paste" or how to select a word using the cursor. I find myself skipping entire sections because it's stuff you learn as a beginner when you first got a computer.
Video was very old... covered MSWord 2004 when I'm using Office 2008.
Jeff wrote on January 28, 2009
Easy to follow, well organised - as always. Thanks!
Pamela Pagliochini wrote on December 27, 2008
I just started viewing my word 101 course and so far it is definitely the best online course that I have used.
jag kiranmay wrote on November 18, 2008
Very well made tutorial! I was quite satisfied with it. From all of the tutorials by mac pro video I like the most presented by Martin Sitter.
In general, you guys do a really good job!
Best of luck
Piet Brys wrote on October 15, 2008
The only visual tutorial for Mac-word I could find.
Clear explanation and visualisation.
Good tempo to understand (even for Dutch speaking people).
We miss some useful issues e.g.: inserting pictures and charts, working with heathers and footers, working with index and tables.
Some interactivity (exercises) would be nice and helpful.
Steve Bennett wrote on September 21, 2008
It was nowhere clear what version of word this is and I actually wanted the ltest version (surprise)