Admit it. You dread projects that result in monster documents that are hundreds of pages long or include complex tables and images. Whether your nemesis is tables, formatting, revisions, images, or indexes, we’re here to help!
Are you tasked with producing multi-page, multi-section, multi-author documents? Does it feel like you’re climbing a steep cliff every time that you do one? Let Microsoft Certified Trainer, Melissa Esquibel show you how to tame the monster document using some of the more robust features of Microsoft Word. In this session you’ll learn how to:
After this Webinar you’ll not only be able to create a complex document with the right infrastructure, you’ll be able to repair a “broken” one! This session will be taught from Office 2010, but is applicable completely to Office 2007 and largely to Office 2003.
Free handout: Best of Time-saving Tips for Taming Monster Word Docs
Speaker: Melissa Esquibel, Microsoft Certified Trainer
Melissa Esquibel lives for the light bulbs that go on over heads as people begin to embrace the technology that may have previously confused and confounded them. Technology is introduced, deployed, employed, and decommissioned faster than you can say, “click here.” The end-user community longs to feel competent and comfortable with the technology they must use to continue to meet objectives. These are the challenges that energize Melissa to find new and creative ways in which to evangelize its application. Melissa is a Microsoft Certified Trainer. She has over 25 years of experience in information technology with a background in training, technical writing, and business risk analysis.
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