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- Google. A good way to find Internet tutorials on Word is to do an
Advanced Search on Google using in your "all the words"
query box the Word tutorial. Also restrict
your hits to those only from .edu domains. One more restriction or
filter: In the date slot, select past year.
Just click on the Google graphic below and you will go right to the
hits for the word tutorial
- Akron. University
of Akron. Be sure especially to see the tutorial on mail
- Binghamton, NY. Binghamton
University. Introduction to Word
Green State University Word tutorial for both the PC and Mac.
- Buffalo. University
of Buffalo Assistive Technology Training Online Project (ATTO)
Not a college or university site, but nevertheless this is a good
site for learning the basics of controlling Word windows or any other
- Florida Gulf
Coast University. Excellent tutorial geared for Word 2000 but
most of it applies also to Word 2003.
University School of Law. To see the Table of Contents for Word,
scroll to the bottom of your browser window an click on "Click
to return to the Table of Contents.
Richard. Using Word to take notes from Internet Sites.
University of Pennsylvania.
- MSVP. Tutorial on mail
University gives a Power Point presentation that you can view
on your computer as a slide show on your browser (e.g., Internet Explorer)
even if you don't have the Power Point program on your computer.
- Rutgers University.
Tutorial on Word 2003.
gives free tutorials on a variety of Word functions. These tutorials
were also intended for previous versions of Word. Note especially
lessons on Web page creation using Word.
Word 2003 tutorials on a variety of topics including from Microsoft,
the very source that created this program and should know it best.--
University Writing Program. Comprehensive tutorial on Word 2003
covering many of the same elements covered in our class
- Texas. University
College. Tutorial on Mail Merge in Word.
- Wisconsin. University
University of. Australia. Faculty of Education provides online
explanations of how you use Word 2003.
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