Microsoft Word - Level 1



Our Microsoft Word - Level 1 program is designed for students who wish to advance their computer skills by learning to work with Microsoft Word. The course is aimed at those who have no or limited experience with Word.

Course facilitators are knowledgeable in all levels of Word and use the software on a daily basis. You will receive hands-on training by our patient, experienced facilitators, and easy to read printed courseware for future reference.

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be issued with a Certificate of Completion.


Included Topics

Getting Started with Word

  • Using ribbons, quick access bar and backstage view

Your First Document

  • Typing, saving, inserting, proofing

Working with a Document

  • Opening, navigating, zoom, rulers

Viewing Documents

  • Multiple pages, splitting windows

Working with Text

  • Undo, redo, search and replace

Cutting and Copying

  • Cutting, copying, drag and drop

Text Appearance

  • Formatting fonts, sizes, colours
  • Bold, italics, underlining, highlighting

Working with Paragraphs

  • Alignment, spacing, indenting
  • Bullets, numbers, multilevel lists

Working with Pages

  • Orientation, margins, paper sizing


  • Setting, modifying and deleting tabs


  • Inserting and deleting rows and columns


  • Selecting, inserting, positioning

Mail Merge

  • Creating recipient list, using wizard
  • Inserting fields, previewing merge


  • Selecting, specifying pages, printing

Getting Help

  • Accessing and navigating help menu

Creating Brilliant Documents

  • Four pillars of design
  • Making it readable
  • Tips and traps of writing
  • Perfect page layouts


Make It Happen

Dedicated corporate classes may be scheduled, and these may be delivered onsite depending on availability of computers at the client’s premises, or in our training rooms using student laptops at TMT. Please speak to our friendly staff regarding onsite delivery.



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