Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word Training

A lot of people use Word and know it on the basic level for writing documents, letters and CVs.

There is however a much more advanced level in Word, one useful for anyone who creates larger documents, manuals, containing headings, Tables of Content, cross references. Word can even be used to create user input forms where only specified parts can be edited with user information and the rest of the document protected from change or deletion.

Our highly skilled trainers will show you how to get the best of Microsoft Word and create clean, professional looking documents that can be easily updated whenever required.

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Microsoft Word 2011 VBA

Course Overview


This course is designed for users with advanced knowledge of Word who need to automate documents and produce smarter and more advanced documents, templates or forms.


You must have sound Word skills and be of an advanced level user.


This is a 1 day Word VBA Course. The course starts at 09:30 and runs until 16:30. Alternate timings can be arranged upon request. The course can be held on a date that suits you.


Our Microsoft Word VBA course can be run at our training venue near Liverpool Street  (London) or any preferred location in the UK or Europe.

Word 2011 VBA Course Outline


Overview of Word VBA

Generating code by recording

The Word Object Model

The Visual Basic Editor and Project Explorer

Creating sub-procedures

Importance of comments and Printing your code


Insert After/Before

Selecting text and using the Text property

Formatting a selection

Toggling formatting

Finding and replacing text


About objects and collections

Returning an object

Working with methods

Working with properties

Ranges The Range object

Ranges and navigation

The Characters collection

The Words collection

The Sentences collection

The Paragraphs collection

The Font object

The Paragraph Format objects

Declaring and using Variables


Variables and constants

Declaring and typing variables

Using conditional structures

Using looping structures


Using Compare and Merge Documents

Sending for Review and Tracking changes

Accepting and Rejecting changes

Features of the reviewing toolbar

Saving versions

Adding Comments


Predefined Word templates

What can a template contain?

Saving a document as a template

Editing and modifying a templates

Including boilerplate text and styles

Managing Template Distribution and Updates


Built-in dialog boxes

Dialog box settings

Capturing return values

Dialog box events


Overview of Active controls

Creating user forms

Adding controls to a user form

Setting properties

Creating event procedures

Displaying a user form

Dismissing a user form

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One to One

(which includes a tailor-made training programme for the individual where they can mix and match the topics from various levels to get the most cost-effective training

Group for up to 8 learners
The Course outlines on our website are standard, however, we would be happy to tailor them to your specific requirements. Please call us on 020 3696 2796 or send us a message to discuss further.

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