Self-test your comprehension by completing a series of hands-on objectives, then reviewing the author's solution video. Learn that time is a major factor in the Word 2013 MOS Expert Exam, so the ability to solve objectives quickly is important. Practice a
- [Instructor] Welcome to the chapter five challenge.…For this challenge we'll be using…the 05_04 Challenge exercise file.…I challenge you to complete all the tasks…in five minutes or less.…If you find that you are unable to complete all of the tasks…in under five minutes, watch the videos for chapter five…again and come back and try the challenge.…You can also watch my solution video…to see how I completed each of the tasks.…
To begin, Jennifer provides an overview of the certification program. She then walks through all of the certification objectives, including how to get hands-on experience with downloadable sample documents. She concludes the course with a full-length practice test that emulates exam 77-426, and shares solutions to each of the exam challenges.
- Identify situations in which the Combine Documents tool would be appropriate.
- Tell how to locate the Styles Organizer.
- Summarize the steps taken to add a subdocument to a master document.
- Explain how to create a hyperlink to a bookmark.
- Recall the purpose of a Table of Figures.
- Recognize the purpose of the Accessibility Checker.
Skill Level Advanced
1. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Expert Exam Overview
2. Manage and Share Documents
3. Design Advanced Documents
4. Create Advanced References
5. Custom Word Elements
6. Final Challenge
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