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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Training courses for Word 2013

  Training courses for Microsoft Word 2013



Create your first Word 2013 document
Watch these videos to learn how to use Word 2013. Get started with the new version to see how to do everyday tasks.
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Custom margins in Word 2013
Watch these tutorial videos to learn how to set a custom margin, and a default margin in Word 2013. Plus, learn how to change the margins of your headers and footers.
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Introduction to Tables of Contents (TOCs)
You create a table of contents (TOC) by applying heading styles — for example, Heading 1, Heading 2, and Heading 3 — to the text that you want to include in the table of contents. Word 2013 searches for those headings and then inserts the table of contents into your document. Then you can automatically update your TOC if you make changes in your document.
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Track changes
Track changes records every edit without making anything permanent. You can move, copy, delete and insert text, change formatting, even change pictures and insert objects. And the person who sent you the document can see the changes you made and decide whether to accept or reject them. Or you can do the same when others make changes to your document.
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Work with word counts in your document
Watch this video to learn how to track the word count in your document as you work. And if you need to print your document, learn how to insert and update the word count in to the body of your document.
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Create labels
Take this course to learn how to print full pages of labels or a single label, and to use mail merge to create a sheet of address labels from your mailing list for mass mailings.
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Make the switch to Word 2013
Watch these videos to make the switch to Word 2013. Get started with the new version to see how to do everyday tasks.
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Take tables of contents (TOCs) to the next level
In this course we’ll go to the next level and create a custom automatic table of contents, and then add our own formatting.
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Working with watermarks
Watermarks are text or pictures that appear on the background of a document, typically on every page. You can use watermarks for a number of things, such as identification or branding (like a company logo), for security or legal purposes, or simply as a design or decorative element.
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Advanced tables of contents
In this course, we’ll use some advanced techniques to create a custom TOC, in which you have complete control over the contents.
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Collapsible headings
Collapsible headings can make it easier to read and quickly organize a document. When readers open the document, they can use the collapsed headings like a table of contents - choose the section they want to read and click the triangle next to it to expand it.
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Mail merge
Use mail merge to create mass mailings that you individualize for each recipient. You can add individual elements to any part of a label, letter, envelope, or email, from the greeting to the entire document, even images. Word automatically fills in the fields with recipient information and generates all the individual documents. In this course we’ll start with email, then move on to letters and envelopes.
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Network Topologies

· Bus - This topology is an old one and essentially has each of the computers on the network daisy-chained to each other. This type of network is usually peer-to-peer and uses Thinnet (10base2) cabling. It is configured by connecting a "T-connector" to the network adapter and then connecting cables to the T-connectors on the computers on the right and left. At both ends of the chain, the network must be terminated with a 50 ohm impedance terminator. If a failure occurs with a host, it will prevent the other computers from communicating with each other. Missing terminators or terminators with an incorrect impedance will also cause problems.

As you can see if computer #1 sends a packet to computer #4, it must pass through computers #2 and #3, creating excess traffic.
ADVANTAGES: Cheap, simple to set up.
: Excess network traffic, a failure may affect many users, problems are difficult to troubleshoot.

· Star - The star topology uses twisted pair (10baseT or 100baseT) cabling and requires that all devices are connected to a hub.

ADVANTAGES: centralized monitoring, failures do not affect others unless it is the hub, easy to modify.

DISADVANTAGES: If the hub fails then everything connected to it is down. This is like if you were to burn down the phone company's central office, then anyone connected to it wouldn't be able to make any phone calls.

· Ring - The ring topology looks the same as the star, except that it uses special hubs and ethernet adapters. The ring topology is used with Token Ring networks.
ADVANTAGES: Equal access.
DISADVANTAGES: Difficult to troubleshoot, network changes affect many users, failures affect many users.

· Hybrid - Hybrid topologies are combinations of the above and are common on very large networks. For example, a star bus network has hubs connected in a row (like a bus network) and has computers connected to each hub as in the star topology.

· Mesh - In a true mesh topology every node has a connection to every other node in the network. A full mesh network can be very expensive, but provides redundancy in case of a failure between links.

· Wireless - As the name implies, wireless networks allow computers to comunicate without the use of cables. IEEE 802.11b defines two pieces of equipment, a wireless station, which is usually a PC or a Laptop with a wireless network interface card (NIC), and an Access Point (AP),which acts as a bridge between the wireless stations and Distribution System (DS) or wired networks. An 802.11b wireless network adapter can operate in two modes, Ad-Hoc and Infrastructure. In infrastructure mode, all your traffic passes through a wireless ‘access point’. In Ad-hoc mode your computers talk directly to each other and do not need an access point at all. 802.11b delivers data throughput of 11 Mbps.
ADVANTAGES: World-wide acceptance. Ranges over 150 feet. Freedom to move about and no cables (obvious).
DISADVANTAGES: Susceptible to interference from objects such as microwave ovens and cordless phones

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