Microsoft Word 2016 (Level 3)

You will have the advanced skills and concepts students need to use Microsoft Word 2013 productively and efficiently. Students will learn to add interactive elements such as forms and content from other applications, and to save a file as a web page. Then they will learn how to use document references such as citations, indexes, and tables of contents. Next, they will learn to work more efficiently in Word by customizing the ribbon, creating macros, using building blocks, and inserting subdocuments. In addition, students will learn to record and copy macros, to create and modify VBA modules, and to control Word objects in the Visual Basic Environment. Finally, students will learn the fundamentals of VBA programming through creating control structures, designing VBA forms, and debugging programs.

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Audience Profile

This course is designed for persons who are able to create and modify Word documents in Microsoft Word 2013, but need to know how to create or modify documents using graphic features and internal references to aid readers in navigating their documents. It also aims to assist persons preparing for the Microsoft Office Specialist exams for Microsoft Word 2013®.

At Course Completion

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Mail Merge form letters with address lists
  • Create diagrams and shapes
  • Format documents with sections and columns
  • Define a TOC, Bibilography, and insert reference tables
  • Track changes and share documents
  • Create a form and insert charts
  • Record a basic macro and customize the Quick Access Toolbar


Students should be able to use Microsoft Word 2013 to create and format documents, navigate the Office 2013 ribbon, set and modify word 2013 product options, and save as a word 2013 template.

Students can obtain this level of skill by taking the following Axzo Press Course:

  • Microsoft Office Word 2013 : Basic.


Unit 1: Document interactivity

  • Topic A: Creating forms
  • Topic B: Inserting objects and charts
  • Topic C: Web pages

Unit 2: Document references

  • Topic A: Tables of contents and captions
  • Topic B: Indexes, bibliographies, and footnotes

Unit 3: Working efficiently

  • Topic A: Customizing the ribbon
  • Topic B: Building Blocks
  • Topic C: Master documents

Unit 4: Macros and VBA fundamentals

  • Topic A: Simple macros
  • Topic B: Visual Basic for Applications
  • Topic C: Modifying and creating macros
  • Topic D: Word objects

Unit 5: VBA programming

  • Topic A: Control structures
  • Topic B: VBA forms
  • Topic C: Debugging and error handling

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