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MS Word 2016: Creating and designing scientific literature (Windows)

This course is intended for people who want to deepen their knowledge of MS Word to create comprehensive documents such as scientific qualification works. In this course, you will learn which techniques are available and the limits of MS Word.

In this course, you will be able to learn how to use templates and to create automated directories. Furthermore, you will receive tips on your document design.

Content
  • Document creation: page setup, headers and footers, etc.
  • Working with custom stylesheets
  • Create automated content, table, and image directories
  • Set keywords and list them as index files
  • Hyperlinks, cross-references, and bookmarks
  • Working with field functions
  • Insert objects, such as graphics, tables, and charts
  • Input of footnotes and endnotes
  • Spelling check, search / replace
  • Document comments

Voraussetzungen

You should already have basic knowledge in MS Word (start Word, create and manage documents, enter text, shape text).

Teilnehmende

Students and employees of the University of Zurich.

Kursunterlagen

Bemerkungen

Please bring a USB stick with you to take home the created course work. The course is based on MS-Office version 2016 (Windows). The course language is English. However, the course instructor is able to answer questions that are asked in German.

Durchführung

Kurs WWC 1
Freie Plätze:0
Dauer:2 Tag(e) / 9 Stunde(n)
Kursleitende:Alain A. Asik
Teilnehmerzahl:Min: 7
Max: 24
Ort:Windows-Schulungsraum der Informatikdienste, Rämistrasse 74, Zentrum (rechter Nebeneingang, Erdgeschoss, Tramhaltestelle «Kantonsschule» Nr. 5 oder 9)
RAI-E-131
Datum/Zeit:
Samstag, 18. November 201709:00 - 14:00
Samstag, 25. November 201709:00 - 14:00
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