In this tutorial: Introduction > Getting started > Your skills rating > Save the file > Stylesets > Title Page > Table of Contents > ICE Text > Landscape pages > Timeline > Local Map > Captions > Cross-references > Updating references > What next? > Evaluation
Plus: Symbols | Columns | Tables | EndNote | Header and Footer | Equation Editor | Word count | Spell check | Auto-correct text | Printing
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Is this the first time you have used Windows 7? If it is, please work through the Introduction to Windows 7 guide before starting this tutorial.
Is this the first time you have used Office 2010? If it is, please work through the Introduction to Office 2010 guide before starting this tutorial.
In this session, you will revise tools covered in Document Management 01 and Information Skills Assimilation last year, and see how these tools can be used for managing your Patient Study coursework.
You will format a much-reduced patient study, completing tasks that demonstrate how to use a range of tools including style sets, styles, referencing and symbols.
You should work at your own pace and ask a demonstrator questions as you work throughout the tutorial.
Once you have finished, you should ask a demonstrator to check your work over and provide you with feedback.
By the end of this session, you should be able to:
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