In this online course for upgraders we support you in your transition to Word 2013. We explain the new user interface and tell you what new program features are available and how to use them. This course is intended for users who want to gain an overview quickly and are planning to use our online help to get targeted solutions for specific program features. To learn how to work with Word in general, please refer to our online courses for Word 2010.
Course Duration: 3 - 4 hours
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In this video you will get important information about how to work with this upgrader course.
Office 2013 User Interface
In this video we will familiarize you with the new user interface of Office 2013. You will learn how to work with the ribbon and all the other important new features.
Opening and Saving Files quickly
With the implementation of touch devices and cloud services, simple procedures like opening and saving files have changed a lot in the Office 2013 programs. We show you how to set up your Office program in order to handle these tasks much faster.
In this video we will introduce you to the Protected View, a new security feature of the Office 2013 programs. Depending on your environment, the basic settings are more or less useful. We will show you how to adjust them without compromising your safety.
Novelties Word 2013
In this video we will explain the most important novelties of Word 2013. It includes only novelties introduced since the version 2010.
Novelties Word 2010
In this video we will show you the most important features of Word 2010.
File Types and Compatibility
This video will make you familiar with the new file types introduced with Word 2007. We will show you how to create documents in previous versions and where to find the settings for saving documents. Additionally, we will explain the compatibility mode.
Customizing the Command Area
In this video we will show you how to add frequently used commands, or commands which are non-existent on the Ribbon, to the Quick Access toolbar. Additionally, you will learn how to minimize the Ribbon.
In this video we will give you information about the status bar. We will show you how to use the status bar and how to customize it.
Views in Word
In this video we will give you an overview of the different screen views. We will also explain their different advantages and disadvantages depending on the current task.
Creating Text Boxes
This video will show you how to insert text boxes into your document. You will learn how to design them, how to adjust their size and how to position them properly.
Using the Equation Editor
It is possible to create even the most complicated formulas, which for example contain functions such as sums, integrals and radicals, quickly and easily by using the equation editor. This video will show you in detail how to create them.
In this video we will show you how to use the Word dictionaries to translate texts into another language.
In this film we will show you how to find keywords, charts and other elements in large documents.
In this video you will learn how to easily import Autotext-blocks from older versions to Word.
Saving PDF Documents
In this video you will learn how to create a PDF document. The PDF format's main advantages are that it takes up little space, that the document's information cannot be edited and that it can be used on various platforms.
Removing Sensitive Data from Documents
Documents created with the Office programs often contain personal or sensitive data which are not immediately visible. We will show you how to clean-up your file before passing it on to others.
In this video we will explain various print settings and their advantages.
Create Your Own Tabs
In this video we will show you how to create your own tabs in the Office programs. You can thereby integrate your own macros and frequently used commands into the user interface.
Interactive Command Guide
In this video you will learn how to work with Microsofts Interactive Guide in order to comfortably and quickly find familiar commands from older versions in the new interface of Office 2010.