Do you use Microsoft Word like a typewriter e.g. clicking on B to apply bold to a piece of text or pressing the Enter key several times to create space between paragraphs? This method, although it does get the formatting done, is not very efficient and takes a long time and many clicks on the mouse before you have finished.
Come along to this workshop and learn more about using the features of MS Word that can help you format your work more efficiently and consistently - see how much time and effort you will save, giving you more time for research.
By the end of the workshop you will be able to:
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is useful for students and researchers of any level who need help with formatting long documents such as dissertations and theses.
This workshop is run by a Library Skills Adviser
We are running a series of summer workshops aimed at giving postgraduate students the skills they need to format and structure their dissertations or theses effectively and efficiently.
When you register you will be expected to attend ALL THREE workshops. They take place in Cohen 107 Computer Room.
This workshop is only available as part of a series. Register for all sessions:
Booking onto one of these workshops will also book you on to the other linked sessions: