For those who want to dig deep into, and get the best out of, Microsoft Word, then you need to start with the core fundamentals.
After 20+ years of helping organizations with Word, the errors today are the same as back then.
The focus is wrong:
- Document/template design is lacking.
- User education is, sadly, poor.
(And those are the key fundamentals to working with Word – check out my free report if you’re unsure).
None of them are your fault either…
Personally, I like to believe that Microsoft haven’t deliberately obfuscated this for the last 2+ decades, but given the state of Word knowledge now has hardly increased whatsoever…
…put it this way, if you had someone in charge responsible for ‘this’, they’d have been out on their ear a decade or so back!
Unfortunately, in terms of time and money, this negligence is costing your organization a fortune (check out Word Costs? and my case studies if you’re unsure).
With 7.5 hours of video training, the course is broken down into 2 main sections (parts):
- Part 1: Creating a simple letter
- Part 2: Creating a report to a client’s brief
Consisting of 20 modules and 112 videos, each builds on the one before it. As such, the course is intended to be taken in a linear fashion (at least the first time).
The 20 modules are:
- Getting Started (9 videos)
- Managing Documents (6 videos)
- Create New Document (4 videos)
- Format the Document (15 videos)
- Headers and Footers (3 videos)
- Images – Pt 1 (4 videos)
- Sections (10 videos)
- Document v template (3 videos)
- Create a Report (4 videos)
- Insert Text and Initial Format (7 videos)
- Navigating in Word (5 videos)
- View (6 videos)
- Working With Lists (4 videos)
- Images (6 videos)
- Tables (10 videos)
- Automation (2 videos)
- Word Ribbon (3 videos)
- Pdf (3 videos)
- Reference Markers (5 videos)
- Tabs (1 videos)
Sample of members area:
Sample video: Document and Style Flow (Module 4, video 12):
What others have said:
- "Even us power users curse Word sometimes..."
- "I have used Word for 23 years, and thought I was doing pretty good..."
- "If you use Word on a regular basis, you simply need this course. It's just that good."
- "Five out of Five Stars, if you're counting..."
What you get:
- the course is an online course (though you can download for offline viewing)
- It has assets to download and exercises throughout for you to complete
- I still don’t think I’m allowed to say that you get lifetime access anymore, so I’ll say you get the equivalent of that in whatever pc terms are permitted at the time of you reading this (in essence, you can come back when and as often as you like).
- If you have problems, I have a support site at support.russcrowley.com.
Caveats/other info: The course is easy to follow and understand but like all practical courses you need to do the work. Results don’t come easy and are unlikely to come at all if you don’t [do the work].
When you decide to buy, rest assured that I don’t/won’t ever sell or pass your email address onto anyone (not once, not never).
I fully appreciate and respect you, your time, and what you’re trying to achieve. All I ask is that you do the same in return.
I thank you for coming to my website and taking a look at what’s on offer and appreciate you taking the time to do that.
To that end, if you want to purchase this course out, great. Like I say, you do need to do the work but I can assure you that if you’re serious in learning to use Word, you won’t be disappointed.
If you do decide to take the course and encounter any problems or issues, I’d appreciate a heads-up so I can fix/improve on it. Too many don’t get how to use Word. I’ve been told multiple times, and over a lot of years, that I do. If Word’s capable of doing ‘it’, then I guarantee that I can do it. If you’re still unsure, please check out my testimonials.
When you’re ready to up your Word skills, click on the link below. It’s a quick sign-up and, once complete, you’ll get instant access: