In this lesson you will learn how to easily format title pages using 6th edition APA style in Microsoft word. This will enable you to create a running head on the title page and a different header on subsequent pages. You will also learn how to properly position page numbers, the title of your paper on the first page of text and how to format first level headings to organize your work.
This is our first Microsoft Word 2013 tutorial. This Most Excellent Word Tips answers a Lone Star College student's question on how to get the ribbon bar back to the original state and where to find Word's themes.
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The aim of this unit is that upon completion, teachers will be able to explain basic ICT concepts, use and demonstrate the use of Microsoft Word.
This is a competency-based performance lesson in using basic computer and word-processing skills for GED preparation or Adult Education at Level B. Learners are expected to gain valuable skills in either GED online testing to navigate the screen interface or continued development of workplace skills to enhance job prospects or performance.
Through engaging in tasks involving opening word-processing applications and using features in the home tab to manipulate text, use of a mouse and scroll bar, and keyboard features, the learner will gain valuable skills. The learner will observe demonstrations by the instructor, practice skills with the support of videos, and finally be assessed based upon a performance checklist evaluation.
This lesson focuses on Microsoft Word 2010. It includes YouTubes on the application's interfaces, demonstrates how to create, save, edit, and e-mail documents and concludes with assessments to evaluate the learner's ability to use the application.