Course Description

Learn valuable document management skills that will increase your efficiency. Create professional reports with the addition of tables, references, and graphics.

This course prepares you to write the Word Core Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification exam.

Intermediate-level skills covered:

• Create and manage documents by customizing and configuring options
• Format documents with styles, breaks, columns, fonts, and spacing
• Create and modify tables by using styles, sorting data, resizing, and merging and splitting cells
• Create and modify bulleted and numbered lists
• Insert and modify references such as footnotes, endnotes, table of contents, and cover pages
• Insert and format graphic elements such as shapes, images, and text boxes

Learning Tools and Resources

  • Operating systems Windows as well as Mac/IOS can be used for this course using Microsoft 365.
  • Software is not provided. Learners are responsible for having access to Microsoft Office 365.
  • Jasperactive software: The cost of this software is included in the course. Internet access and software download are required.
  • G-Metrix software: The cost of this software is included in the course. Internet access and software download are required.
  • eBook and other resources: A printable eBook and links to video tutorials are provided in Desire2Learn (D2L), the learning management system.

Additional Information

  • It is recommended that learners take COMP9201 Microsoft Word - Introduction, or have equivalent experience, and have a typing speed of 20 words per minute prior to taking this course.
  • This course follows an assessment-first approach. You will be assessed at the beginning of the course and then receive an individualized learning plan. This will help you pace yourself in the course activities, measure your progress, and prepare you to demonstrate Word competencies.
Registration usually closes 24 – 48 hours before the course starts. Register early to secure your seat. 
Windmill Microlending

Windmill Microlending can provide affordable loans of up to $15,000 to immigrants and refugees in Canada to pay for the licensing or training you need to get back to your field of work. This is an option for both full-time and part-time students. Windmill is a non-profit charity, since 2005. Please visit for more information.  

Course Offerings

Online - Asynchronous

Students and instructors participate online. There are no set meeting times.

Start/End Date

Nov 13, 2024 - Feb 13, 2025




$375.00 CAD

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