Structuring, Editing, Saving, and Opening Documents in Word 2007

Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency in Word 2007; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core level in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/ ICDL3, or an equivalent.

The Microsoft Office 2007: New Features learning path; familiarity with a Windows environment

Expected Duration
120 minutes

Word 2007 provides many options for structuring and editing documents which are complemented by a variety of editing tools. There are also options for saving documents which can be customized to suit your word processing needs. This course explains the use of page and section breaks, spacing adjustment, and column insertion, and explores the basic editing tools packaged with Word 2007. A new feature of Word 2007 demonstrated in the course is the ability to save a document in PDF or XPS format, in addition to being able to save as a web page. The course also explains how to save documents so that they can be viewed in previous versions of Word.


Structuring and Editing Documents

  • insert a page break
  • insert a section break
  • adjust spacing in a Word document
  • insert columns in a Word document
  • correct spelling errors in a document
  • correct grammar errors in a document
  • edit and adjust the formatting for a given Word 2007 document

Saving, Opening, and Setting Save Options

  • save a new Word document
  • save an existing document
  • open an existing Word document in a given scenario
  • save a Word document in PDF format
  • save a Word document as a web page
  • save a document to a new folder
  • save a Word document as a PDF file
  • modify save options





Multi-license discounts available for Annual and Monthly subscriptions.