- 28 February 2007Published:
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MOS: Using Microsoft Office Word 2007
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- Create and customise documents (25–30%)
- Create and format documents, lay out documents, make documents and content easier to find, personalise Office Word 2007
- Formatting content (25–30%)
- Format text and paragraphs, manipulate text, control pagination
- Work with visual content (10–15%)
- Insert illustrations, format illustrations, format text graphically, insert and modify text boxes
- Organise content (15–20%)
- Structure content by using Quick Parts, use tables and lists to organise content, modify tables, insert and format references and captions, merge documents and data sources
- Review documents (10–15%)
- Navigate documents; compare and merge document versions; manage tracked changes; insert, modify and delete comments
- Share and secure content (5–10%)
- Prepare documents for sharing, control document access, attach digital signatures
- Instructor-led training
- 50044A: Preparing for the Microsoft Certified Application Specialist Exam in Microsoft Office Word 2007 (one day)
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Microsoft Office Word 2007 Step by Step
Published: January 2007
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Who should take this exam?
Candidates for this exam should have the equivalent of six months to one year of hands-on experience creating business deliverables with Microsoft Office Word 2007 and might have experience with previous versions of Office Word. These candidates are especially strong in creating, customising and organising documents by using formatting and visual content that is appropriate for the information presented. They are also strong in reviewing, sharing and securing content.
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