Microsoft Word for the Wise, Part Two

$179.00
SKU: microsoftwordparttwo
Thu, 11/14/2013 - 11:30am - 1:00pm
Price: $179.00

Want to feel confident that you’re making the most of your software while you edit? In this webinar, you'll find out how to banish common annoyances of Microsoft Word, and you'll learn expert shortcuts, tools, and tricks for working more effectively. Through demonstration in Word 2010 for PC, Melissa Stein will show you how to make electronic editing faster, smarter, and more fun.
 
Here are some of the topics we’ll cover:

  • Using Find and Replace to streamline repetitive tasks
  • Customizing Track Changes to record your edits
  • Handling queries using the Comment feature
  • Mastering tips, tricks, and shortcuts to make your editing easier

Note: There are two parts to Microsoft Word for the Wise, but you can take either independently—Part One is not a prerequisite for Part Two.

 

All audio conference and webinar times are in Eastern Time (ET).

Learn More About Our INSTRUCTORS

  • Alice Osborn is the author of three books of poetry, After the Steaming Stops,
  • Amy J. Schneider, founder of Featherschneider Editorial Services, earned her
  • Andy Hollandbeck began as a print copyeditor for Wiley Publishing’s popular For
  • Anne-Marie "Her Geekness" Concepción owns Chicago-based Seneca Design &
  • Prior to starting Editorial Inspirations in 2001, April Michelle Davis worked
  • Bill Walsh has been a newspaper journalist for 30 years and is now a
  • Carol Fisher Saller is a senior manuscript editor and assistant managing editor
  • Carolyn Joyce Brown currently manages the manuscript editing and production of
  • Before becoming a freelance copyeditor and proofreader, Cassie Tuttle worked
  • Charles DeLaFuente has been a journalist and lawyer for decades. He began his
  • Christine Steele has been copyediting and proofreading for more than 20 years.
  • In her ten years as an editor, Colleen Barry has worked for community
  • Constance Hale has been a journalist for 25 years, publishing in venues as
  • Daniel Sosnoski is the author of Introduction to Japanese Culture and editor-in
  • Eric Ulken is an assistant managing editor at the Seattle Times, where he leads
  • Erin Brenner has been a publishing professional for 18 years, working in a
  • Grant Barrett is a lexicographer and editor who's worked on dictionaries for
  • Gregory L. Wagner is a 30-year veteran of the ad wars, serving as creative
  • JoAnn Gometz is a senior content editor with McMurry, Inc. With a background in
  • John McIntyre, whom James Wolcott of Vanity Fair calls “the Dave Brubeck of the
  • John R. Kohl is the author of The Global English Style Guide: Writing Clear,
  • Audio Conference Organizer: Julie Wildhaber trains writers and editors at Yahoo
  • June Casagrande is the author of It Was the Best of Sentences, It Was the Worst
  • Karen Seriguchi is an award-winning editor and copyeditor with extensive
  • Katharine O’Moore-Klopf, ELS, has been in publishing since 1984, spending the
  • Kay Stephan, owner and founder of Classic Protocol, Inc., has over 25 years
  • Kim Runciman is a copy editor with the online magazine Slate and edits the Dear
  • Laura Poole founded Archer Editorial Services in 1997. She provides scholarly
  • Margaret Sabin is a teacher and freelance editor in New Jersey.  She
  • Mark Allen spent 25 years reporting and editing at newspapers in Michigan and
  • Melissa Stein has worked in publishing for 20 years. She performs project
  • Merrill Perlman is an editor and consultant. She writes the Language Corner
  • A freelancer for most of her working life, Robyn Brode Orsini has edited and
  • Ruth E. Thaler-Carter has written and edited articles, newsletters, annual
  • Samantha Enslen runs Dragonfly Editorial, an agency that provides copywriting
  • Sarah Burke is an editor with Booz Allen Hamilton, a management consulting firm
  • Sarah Price has been a freelance copyeditor and proofreader since 2002, after
  • Stacy Christiansen, MA, has been a medical editor for the American Medical
  • Ward Farnsworth is Dean of the University of Texas School of Law. He is the
  • Wendalyn Nichols, a previous editor of Copyediting and 

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