Word Structured Documents
Structured documents usually include numbered headings, numbered paragraphs, pictures, charts, diagrams and tables. They may be compiled from several source documents and sometimes include both portrait and landscape page orientation. Most structured documents have a table of contents and some may have footnotes, endnotes, citations and an index as well.
Our Word Structured Documents manual shows you how to:
- Copy and paste text from another document.
- Resolve issues with text from other documents.
- Format text consistently throughout a document.
- Create numbered headings and paragraphs.
- Create documents with different both portrait and landscape pages.
- Create multiple headers and footers sets within a document.
- Insert cross references to other places within a document.
- Add reference information using footnotes, endnotes.
- Manage citation and bibliography sources.
- Add a table of contents to a document.
- Add an index to a document.
All of our In the Office Series manuals have practise tasks give you the chance to use the features showcased in that particular manual. Most of the practise tasks require "master files".
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