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| Audience Profile |
Expert-level candidates for the Microsoft Word 2013 exam should have an advanced understanding of the Word environment and the ability to guide others in the proper use of features in Word 2013. They should know and demonstrate the use of advanced and specialized features within the application.
Candidates should be able to create, manage, and distribute professional documents for a variety of specialized purposes and situations, as well as customize their Word environment to meet needs and enhance productivity. Document examples include business plans, legal documents, advertising brochures, and mass mailings. Candidate roles might include editors, project managers, instructors, graduate students, technical writers, and others.
| Credit Toward CertificationExam 77-426: Word 2013 Expert Part Two: counts as credit toward the following certification(s): |
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft Word 2013 Expert
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