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Subject:Re: Crash Course in Word for non-writers From:"Williams, Diane (contractor)" <Williams_Diane -at- DOTE -dot- OSD -dot- MIL> Date:Thu, 17 Apr 1997 09:28:30 -0400
>>Some of the things to possibly include in the class include:
- using the standard toolbar and formatting toolbar
- standard shortcuts (Ctrl-A, Ctrl-X, Ctrl-V, Ctrl-C, etc.)
- paragraph formatting and numbering
- creating forms and templates for standard documents<<
In addition to the above topics, teach them how *not* to do anything
else that irritates knowledgable Word users the most! So whatever else
you can think of that takes you a lot of time to fix, throw it in! I
always say "let the computer do the work for you," and the folks who
really want the help are glad to get it.