Jan 18, 2022  
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CST 204 - Microsoft Word: Intermediate

Credits: 2
Develops further the practical working knowledge of Microsoft Word software. Refines formatting and focuses on page layout and design.

Prerequisite(s): CST 104  with a “C” grade or higher
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 30 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: Yes

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Demonstrate the ability to manage documents efficiently.
    1. Select documents at a file list box.
    2. Rename, delete, copy, and print documents.
    3. Create, delete, and rename folders.
    4. Copy and move documents.
    5. Insert a file into a file.
    6. Use print preview and its tools.
    7. Use and modify the print dialog box settings.
    8. Arrange documents in multiple windows.
    9. Maximize, restore, and minimize documents.
    10. View documents side by side.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of customizing Word proofing options.
    1. Adjust AutoCorrect options.
    2. Use the AutoCorrect options button.
    3. Adjust AutoFormat options.
    4. Adjust Speller and Grammar check options.
  3. Enhance documents with special features.
    1. Insert symbols and special characters.
    2. Insert date and time.
    3. Insert and format images.
    4. Use SmartArt to create diagrams and charts.
    5. Insert and format text boxes.
    6. Create and modify WordArt.
    7. Apply styles and themes.
    8. Use contextual tabs.
  4. Customize documents with advanced document formatting features.
    1. Demonstrate an understanding of using page breaks, section breaks, and column breaks in a document.
    2. Create, format, and edit newspaper columns.
    3. Create, format, and edit headers and footers.
    4. Create and print envelopes and labels.
    5. Insert, delete, and modify page numbering.
    6. Use vertical centering.
    7. Create a document with a Word template.
    8. Use mail merge to create customized letters, envelopes, and labels.
  5. Create and format tables.
    1. Insert a table into a document.
    2. Enter text in cells and move the insertion point within the table.
    3. Select cells, rows, and columns.
    4. Customize cell size direction.
    5. Change cell alignment.
    6. Change column width.
    7. Change table size and alignment.
    8. Move the table.
    9. Insert rows and columns.
    10. Delete cells, rows, and columns.
    11. Merge and split cells.
    12. Convert a table to text and text to a table.
    13. Sort text in a table.
    14. Perform calculations in a table.
    15. Apply a style to a table.



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