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$112.00

Mode: Elearning

Language: Spanish

This course is suitable for people of different technical, academic, and professional backgrounds, because it covers a wide variety of topics and contexts: Office, worker, Advisor, Executive / Manager, Customer Service Staff, Instructor / Trainer, Accounting, Sales Manager, Administrator, Student, Casual PC Users.

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Description

A course is organized by Modules. Each module corresponds to an objective found in the official certification exam.

In a Module, the student must complete three steps:

STEP 1. BENCHMARK.

Each module has a preliminary test, Benchmark Assessment. When completed, the Benchmark Assessment results will provide a visual indication of the topics in which the student is already proficient.

STEP 2. LEARN & PRACTICE & CREATE.

Each section of Step 2 corresponds to a sub-objective of the official certification exam. There are three items within each section:

Content. Theoretical explanation of the tools, commands, or actions that make up an exam’s sub-objective.

Knowledge based practice. Theoretical questions about how the Office application works. These questions can be several types, including but not limited to: single choice, multiple choice, or order steps.
Here, the student has the option to view the correct answer(s) and an explanation for each question.

Live in the app practice. Tasks to perform in the app. Here, the student has the option to view a video or go back to the section of where this item topic is explained.

STEP 3. VALIDATE.

The student can perform two tests:

Knowledge based – Post assessment. Theoretical questions about how the Office application works. This test has a minimum of 20 questions. It’s similar to Knowledge based practice in STEP 2, but this assessment does not include explanations.

Live in the app – Post assessment. Tasks to perform in the app. It’s similar to Live in the app practice in STEP 2, but this assessment does not include a video or the option to review the content that discusses this topic.

ARE YOU READY FOR THE FINAL VALIDATION?

This is the final validation on the knowledge acquired throughout the course. To activate this test, the student must perform all of the previous practices.

The final validation has two tests:

Final- Knowledge based assessment. Theoretical questions about how the Office application works. This test has 30 questions and a limited time to complete.

Final – Live in the app assessment. Tasks to perform in the Office application. This test has 35 tasks and a limited time given to complete.

System Requirements

To run this course, your computer must meet the following system requirements:

1. Windows 8 or Windows 10 operating system installed

2. Microsoft Office 2016 with a valid license in any of these desktop versions:

For end users: Office 365 Home, Office 365 Personal, Office Home Student 2016 for PC.
For business: Office 365 Business, Office 365 Business Premium.
*You cannot use Exchange Online and Enterprise E1 (for end user) plans and Office 365 Business Essential because they do not support the Office apps installation.

3. Internet connection (Internet Explorer 10+, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome browsers)

4. Adobe Reader or similar

5. .NET 3.5 or later

Skills
General Objective

Achieve knowledge and fundamental skills on the optimal management of Word 2016 and successfully pass the Microsoft® Office Specialist certification exam.

Exam Objective

Create and Manage Documents.

  • 1. Create a document.
  • 2. Navigate through a document.
  • 3. Format a document.
  • 4. Customize Options and Views for Documents.
  • 5. Print and Save Documents.

Format Text, Paragraphs, and Sections.

  • 1. Insert Text and Paragraphs.
  • 2. Format Text and Paragraphs.
  • 3. Order and Group Text and Paragraphs.

Create Tables and Lists.

  • 1. Create a Table.
  • 2. Modify a Table.
  • 3. Create and Modify a List.

Create and Manage References.

  • 1. Create and Manage References Markers.
  • 2. Create and Manage Simple References.

Insert and Format Graphic Elements.

  • 1. Insert Graphic Elements.
  • 2. Format Graphic Elements.
  • 3. Insert and Format SmartArt Graphics.
Content

Module 1. Create and Manage Documents.Create a document.

        Create a blank document.
        Create a blank document using a template.
        Open a PDF in Word for editing.
        Insert text from a file or external source.


Navigate through a document.

        Search for text.
        Insert hyperlinks.
        Create bookmarks.
        Move to a specific location or object in a document.


Format a Document.

        Modify page setup.
        Apply document themes.
        Apply document style sets.
        Insert headers and footers.
        Insert page numbers.
        Format page background elements.


Customize Options and Views for Documents.

        Change document views.
        Customize views by using zoom settings.
        Customize the Quick Access toolbar.
        Split the window.
        Add document properties.
        Show or hide formatting symbols.


Print and Save Documents.

        Modify print settings.
        Save documents in alternative file formats.
        Print all or part of a document.
        Inspect a document for hidden properties or personal information.
        Inspect a document for accessibility issues.
        Inspect a document for compatibility issues.


Module 2. Format Text, Paragraphs, and Sections.Insert Text and Paragraphs.

        Find and replace text.
        Cut, copy, or paste text.
        Replace text by using AutoCorrect.
        Insert special characters.


Format Text and Paragraphs.

        Apply font formatting.
        Apply formatting by using Format Painter.
        Set line and paragraph spacing and indentation.
        Clear formatting.
        Apply a text highlight color to text selections.
        Apply built-in styles to text.
        Change text to WordArt.


Order and Group Text and Paragraphs.

        Format text in multiple columns.
        Insert page, section, or column breaks.
        Change page setup options for a section.


Module 3. Create Tables and Lists.Create a Table.

        Convert text to tables.
        Convert tables to text.
        Create a table by specifying rows and columns.
        Apply table styles.


Modify a Table.

        Sort table data.
        Configure cell margins and spacing.
        Merge and split cells.
        Resize tables, rows, and columns.
        Split tables.
        Configure a repeating row header.


Create and Modify a List.

        Create a numbered or bulleted list.
        Change bullet characters or number formats for a list level.
        Define a custom bullet character or number format.
        Increase or decrease list levels.
        Restart or continue list numbering.
        Set starting number value.


Module 4. Create and Manage References.Create and Manage Reference Markers.

        Insert footnotes and endnotes.
        Modify footnotes and endnotes.
        Create bibliography citation sources.
        Modify bibliography citation sources
        Insert citations for bibliographies.
        Insert figure and table captions.
        Modify caption properties.


Create and Manage Simple References.

        Insert a standard table of contents.
        Update a table of contents.
        Insert a cover page.


Module 5. Insert and Format Graphic Elements.Insert Graphic Elements.

        Insert shapes.
        Insert pictures.
        Insert a screenshot or screen clipping.
        Insert text boxes.


Format Graphic Elements.

        Apply artistic effects.
        Apply picture effects.
        Remove picture backgrounds.
        Format objects.
        Apply a picture style.
        Wrap text around objects.
        Position objects.
        Add alternative text to objects for accessibility.


Insert and Format SmartArt Graphics.

        Create a SmartArt graphic.
        Format a SmartArt graphic.
        Modify SmartArt graphic content.