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MOS 2013 Study Guide for Microsoft® Word Expert

Book Description

Demonstrate your expertise with Microsoft Office! Designed to help you practice and prepare for the 2013 Word Expert Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams, this all-in-one study guide features:

  • Full, objective-by-objective exam coverage

  • Easy-to-follow procedures and illustrations to review essential skills

  • Hands-on practice tasks to apply what you've learned

  • Includes downloadable practice files

  • Table of Contents

    1. Special Upgrade Offer
    2. A Note Regarding Supplemental Files
    3. Introduction
      1. Who this book is for
      2. How this book is organized
      3. Download the practice files
      4. Ebook edition
      5. Get support and give feedback
        1. Errata
        2. We want to hear from you
        3. Stay in touch
    4. Taking a Microsoft Office Specialist Exam
      1. Microsoft Office Specialist certification
      2. Selecting a certification path
      3. Test-taking tips
      4. Certification benefits
      5. For more information
    5. I. Exams 77-425 and 77-426 Microsoft Word 2013 Expert
      1. 1. Manage and Share Documents
        1. 1.1 Manage multiple documents
          1. Modifying existing templates
          2. Merging multiple documents
            1. Comparing documents
            2. Combining documents
          3. Managing versions of documents
          4. Organizing styles
          5. Copying styles from template to template
          6. Copying macros from document to document
          7. Linking to external data
          8. Moving building blocks between documents
        2. 1.2 Prepare documents for review
          1. Setting tracking options
          2. Restricting editing
          3. Deleting document draft versions
          4. Removing document metadata
          5. Marking documents as final
          6. Protecting documents by using passwords
        3. 1.3 Manage document changes
          1. Tracking changes
          2. Managing comments
          3. Using markup options
          4. Resolving multidocument style conflicts
          5. Changing how markup is displayed
        4. Objective review
      2. 2. Design Advanced Documents
        1. 2.1 Apply advanced formatting
          1. Using wildcards in find-and-replace searches
          2. Creating custom field formats
          3. Using advanced layout options
            1. Setting up pages
            2. Adjusting paragraph spacing and indentation
            3. Arranging objects on pages
          4. Working with document sections
          5. Setting character spacing options and advanced character attributes
          6. Linking text boxes
        2. 2.2 Apply advanced styles
          1. Customizing settings for existing styles
          2. Creating custom styles
          3. Creating character-specific styles
          4. Assigning keyboard shortcuts to styles
        3. 2.3 Apply advanced ordering and grouping
          1. Creating and managing outlines
          2. Creating master documents
          3. Linking document elements
        4. Objective review
      3. 3. Create Advanced References
        1. 3.1 Create and manage indexes
          1. Marking index entries
          2. Building indexes from automark files
          3. Inserting indexes
          4. Editing and updating indexes
        2. 3.2 Create and manage reference tables
          1. Creating and formatting tables of contents
          2. Creating tables of figures
            1. Inserting captions
            2. Inserting tables of figures
          3. Working with tables of authorities
            1. Marking citations
            2. Formatting and inserting tables of authorities
          4. Setting advanced reference options
            1. Using cross-references
            2. Setting options for footnotes and endnotes
            3. Adding source citations to documents
            4. Managing sources
          5. Inserting bibliographies
        3. 3.3 Manage forms, fields, and mail merge operations
          1. Designing forms
          2. Working with control properties
            1. Locking controls
            2. Formatting controls
            3. Building lists
          3. Locking and unlocking forms
          4. Working with legacy controls
          5. Inserting and managing document fields
          6. Performing mail merge operations
            1. Building and managing recipient lists
            2. Modifying recipient lists
            3. Adding merge fields
            4. Using mail merge rules
            5. Previewing mail merge results
            6. Sending personal email messages to groups of recipients
            7. Setting up labels or envelopes for mail merge operations
        4. Objective review
      4. 4. Create Custom Word Elements
        1. 4.1 Create and modify building blocks
          1. Editing building block properties
          2. Creating custom building blocks
          3. Deleting building blocks
        2. 4.2 Create custom style sets and templates
          1. Creating custom theme elements
            1. Creating custom theme colors
            2. Creating custom theme fonts
          2. Customizing templates
          3. Designing your own templates
          4. Creating and managing style sets
        3. 4.3 Prepare a document for internationalization and accessibility
          1. Configuring language options in documents
          2. Adding alt text to document elements
          3. Creating documents for use with accessibility tools
          4. Managing multiple options for the +Body and +Heading fonts
          5. Implementing global content standards
          6. Using a macro to modify tab order in a form
        4. Objective review
    6. Index
    7. About the Author
    8. Special Upgrade Offer
    9. Copyright