MS Word Training for Mac
TAD Services has created the following videos to help demonstrate the most common questions, difficulties and errors students face in the formatting process.
These videos demonstrate the various processes in Word 2008 for the Mac. Most locations and processes have not changed in Word 2010, although slight differences to the names of buttons may have changed.
Getting started with the Template Modifying and updating Headings and Automated Table of Contents
Modifying and updating Headings and Automated Table of Contents
Creating, modifying or replacing the Automated Table of Contents
Setting up an Automated List of Tables or Figures
Setting or Correcting Global Margins
Landscaping Pages, Page Number Troubleshooting, Tables and Figures
Correcting line spacing, Block quotes and References
Avoiding Widows, Orphans and Misplaced Headings
Printing to PDF
Download, update the form, then unprotect the template to get started. This video will help you get started with TAD Service's most useful tool.
Using the Styles panel and Headings to update the automated table of contents will enable you to have an accurate listing of page numbers with the click of a mouse button.
When the Table of Contents isn't displaying correctly, this video will show you how to modify or completely remove and replace it.
If you have several tables or figures in your document, it may save you time to code the captions and build an automated list of tables or list of figures. This video will show you how.
For those not using the template or having problems with page margins.
Landscaping a section of the document, page numbers restarting from 1, missing page numbers and other troubleshooting.
Quick tips for consistent space between paragraphs and indents on block quotes and references.
A few clicks can avoid text placement issues and keep your headings with the paragraphs they belong to instead of at the bottom of the page before.
Ensuring that your PDF looks as good as your document and ensuring your fonts are embedded.