ATI-Mirage

Creating Forms with MS Word

ATI-Mirage Training and Business Solutions

Event outline

Overview

Objectives of this course are to provide experienced users of Microsoft Word with the opportunity to develop their skills in the production of electronic forms, so to effectively capture information in a visually pleasing and easy to complete form.

This is best for

Anyone who wishes to create electronic user forms to gather information from others.

Content

Working with Graphics

  • Inserting graphic objects
  • Enhancing graphics using the picture ribbon

Tables

  • Tables to design a form
  • Formatting form tables

Building Blocks

  • Understanding Building Blocks
  • Working with Building Blocks

Forms

  • Form controls
  • Content controls
  • Drop down list control
  • Combo box control
  • Date picker control
  • Add check box control

Protection a form

  • Add protection to form

Learning Outcomes

On completion of course, participants will be able to design and create electronic forms, also understand and use building blocks, work with tables and graphic objects.

Prerequisites

A working knowledge of Microsoft Word.

Duration

1/2 day

Dates & registration

Tue 9 Jun 2020 Perth (Metro)

Time:
9:00 am start to 12:00 pm close
Venue:
ATI-Mirage, Level 1, 863 Hay Street Perth, WA 6000
Costs:
Special Government Price: $265.50 GST free per person. Includes: Interactive, practical and hands-on learning, comprehensive take-home course training and reference manual, post course Help-Desk support, and refreshments. Small groups for maximum impact.   Enjoy Perth’s best CBD training centre.   Always great value.  Real People, Real Conversations, Real Results.  Thank you for supporting WA business.
Register at:
Contact:

Crystal Chaplin
08 9218 9059
hello@ati-mirage.com.au

Provider information

We are committed to providing Government organisations and individuals with the tools they need to thrive. We are a proudly West-Australian owned company dedicated to keeping learning real. 100% quality guarantee with over 180,000 people trained.