Word Processing

How to mail merge

Video below shows how to complete a mail merge into word 2007:

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How to add table of contents

Video below shows how to add a table of contents.

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How to create an index

Video below shows how to create an index.

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Create and run a Macro

The video below shows how to create and run a macro.

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Adding form fields to word

The video below shows how to include text fields, check boxes and drop down fields into a fillable form.

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Microsoft tutorial: Templates

The link below shows you how to use templates in Word:

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Bullets, Numbers and Lists

The link below shows how to arrange information in lists by use of bullets, numbers and multilayered lists in Word 2007.

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Use of watermarks, background, borders and text effects

The link below shows you how to use watermarks, backgrounds, borders, shading, and graphical text effects in Word 2007

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Get acquainted with Tables

The link below shows how to add and format tables in Word 2007.

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Learn more about Tables

The link below shows how to learn a bit more about formatting, along with some other tips that will help you work with Word Tables 2007.

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Microsoft tutorials: Using sections

The link below shows using Word 2007, create headers and footers in a document that has several parts, such as a cover page and table of contents, followed by chapters.

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Microsoft tutorials: Mail merge

The link belows shows how to use mail merge in Word 2007 to produce letters and envelopes for mass mailings.

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Microsoft tutorials: Track changes

The links below show you how to add comments and use track changes in Word:

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Microsoft tutorials: Table of Contents

The link below shows how to learn how to automatically create a table of contents, or TOC, in Microsoft Word 2007.

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Microsoft tutorials: Customise your Table of Contents

The link below shows how to change the appearance of your table of contents and include custom titles and headings in your TOC.

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