Advanced MS Word for editors

Posted on: 17 March 2015

Presenter: Kevin O’Brien

SA Writers Centre, 187 Rundle Street, Adelaide
Saturday 11 April 2015, 09:30–17:00

If you’re generally comfortable with MS Word’s basic formatting functions and routinely use Track Changes while editing, then this may be the workshop you need to take you to the next level of onscreen editing expertise. Our workshop for maximum twenty people will address the following MS Word advanced functions and more: Creating and formatting contents and figures tables, creating macros, using the cross-referencing tool, applying styles, using templates, and wildcard searches.

Registrants must bring their own laptop computers and ensure that a version of Microsoft Word has been installed. Both Mac and PC versions of Word can be accommodated.

Presenter Kevin O’Brien is a sought-after MS Word industry trainer. He has taught Word workshops for the Australian Publishers Association, University of Sydney, University of Technology in Sydney, and Society of Editors NSW. He is also a full-time freelance editor and an experienced book editor – read more about him in his blog http://www.altedit.com/.

Workshop fee (including lunch and refreshments):
Members: $85
Concession: $55
Non-members: $145

Please register no later than 31 March 2015 via Eventzilla on our home page.

To advise on special dietary requirements, please email rsvp@editors-sa.org.au.

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