Word Processing - 5N1358

The aim of this award is to provide the Learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to use a word processing software application to produce a variety of documents to a professional standard.

QQI Level 4 Certificate, or equivalent life/work experience.

QQI 5N1358 Word Processing Component Certificate

Application Management:

  1. Describe a typical word processing application in terms of common uses, and features including – text manipulation, document formatting, graphics, tabs, tables, mail merge and label printing.

  • Open a Word processing package.

  • Discuss common uses and features, including text manipulation, document formatting, graphics, tabs, tables, mail merge and label printing.

Text Processing:

  1. Identify frequently-used toolbar icons and related functions associated with file handling and text formatting.

  • Input given text into a new Microsoft Word document.

  • Copy and paste a specific piece of text to a new location in a document.

  • Apply bold, underline, italics, font type, font size and font colour to a specific piece of text.

Word Processing Features:

  • Save a file as a Microsoft Word document, a text file and a web page.

 

  1. Create documents applying a range of text processing features including – margins and line spacing, indenting text and paragraphs, borders and shading, numbering and bullets, copying and pasting text, enhancing text.

  • Apply different indentation settings to a specific piece of text and paragraph.

  • Change margin size settings to a specific size.

  • Apply different alignment settings to specific pieces of text.

  • Apply different border settings to a specific piece of text.

  • Apply different shading settings to a specific piece of text.

  • Apply bullets and numbering to specific pieces of text.

 

Word Processing Features:

  1. Perform initial document configuration using page setup features to include – headers and footers, page numbering, paper size and orientation.

  • Create a header and footer containing specific text and fields, and insert page numbers.

  • Change the paper size used in a document and change the orientation (portrait, landscape).

  1. Use a range of proofing tools including – spell check, thesaurus, search and replace.

  • Spell-check a document using the Spelling and Grammar feature and Thesaurus to replace a word.

  • Replace a word using the Fine and Replace feature.

 

Application Management:

  1. Apply file management facilities, including – creating files and folders, saving files in different formats, copying files and folders, renaming files, accessing file details, finding files using search facility.

  • Create a new file in Microsoft Word.

  • Create a new folder structure with specific folder names.

  • Create sub-folder structure with specific sub-folder names.

  • Copy a file from one folder to another.

  • Copy a subfolder from one folder to another.

  • Rename a file with a given name.

  • Find the size, type and date modified of a specific file.

  • Find a specific file within a subfolder structure.

  • Close Word Processing package.

 

Tables:

  1. Apply a range of table features including – creating tables, resizing, merging cells, inserting or deleting columns and rows, aligning text, applying borders and shading to tables and sorting table content.

  • Insert a table with specific number of rows and columns in a document.

  • Resize the entire table.

  • Resize specific rows and columns to specific heights and widths.

  • Merge specific cells within a table.

  • Insert new rows and columns in specific position in a table.

  • Delete specific rows and columns in a table.

  • Use different alignment options in a cell, including align left, centre and align right.

  • Apply different borders settings to a table.

  • Apply shading settings to a table.

  • Sort the contents of a table alphabetically and numerically.

 

Mail Merge and Labels:

  1. Create mail merge and labels.

  • Set up and save an address list as a data source.

  • Create a letter and insert merge fields.

  • Merge the address list with the letter and save merged document.

 

Word Processing Features:

  1. Use markup capabilities to make track changes to documents.

  • Use the track changes feature while making changes to a document.

  1. Produce a range of different types of documents using common word processing features including – manual text formatting, applying styles, creating tables, inserting and manipulating graphics.

  • Create a new style and apply it to a specific piece of text.

  • Insert a picture, a piece of clip art and shapes into a document and manipulate graphics.

  1. Print mailable documents and labels using a range of print features, to include – print preview, single and multiple copies, printing specific pages, selecting parameters and adjusting the appearance and positioning of text and graphics.

  • Create labels using the address list.

  • Adjust the positioning of text in the document before printing.

  • Select parameters in the document before printing.

  • View a print preview before printing.

  • Print single and multiple copies of the document.

  • Print specific pages of the document.

  • Printing specific pages of labels.

 

Word Processing Features:

  1. Use a word processing application to create a file from a document template by performing all required steps including creating and storing the template, entering data, and printing and storing the file appropriately for subsequent retrieval.

  • Create a file and save it as a template, then use the template to create a new document.

  1. Improve personal performance by using additional resources such as the help facility to solve familiar and unfamiliar word processing problems.

  • Find a solution to a problem using the Help facility.

 

Feedback/Assessment:

Carry out Formative Assessment (assessment for learning – written or oral feedback – Individual and/or Group) throughout course duration and carry out Summative Assessment (assessment of learning as per Assessment Briefs) and in accordance with QA.Adm.1 Policy and Procedure manual on Assessment.

Application Management:

  1. Describe a typical word processing application in terms of common uses, and features including – text manipulation, document formatting, graphics, tabs, tables, mail merge and label printing.

  • Open a Word processing package.

  • Discuss common uses and features, including text manipulation, document formatting, graphics, tabs, tables, mail merge and label printing.

Text Processing:

  1. Identify frequently-used toolbar icons and related functions associated with file handling and text formatting.

  • Input given text into a new Microsoft Word document.

  • Copy and paste a specific piece of text to a new location in a document.

  • Apply bold, underline, italics, font type, font size and font colour to a specific piece of text.

Word Processing Features:

  • Save a file as a Microsoft Word document, a text file and a web page.

 

  1. Create documents applying a range of text processing features including – margins and line spacing, indenting text and paragraphs, borders and shading, numbering and bullets, copying and pasting text, enhancing text.

  • Apply different indentation settings to a specific piece of text and paragraph.

  • Change margin size settings to a specific size.

  • Apply different alignment settings to specific pieces of text.

  • Apply different border settings to a specific piece of text.

  • Apply different shading settings to a specific piece of text.

  • Apply bullets and numbering to specific pieces of text.

 

Word Processing Features:

  1. Perform initial document configuration using page setup features to include – headers and footers, page numbering, paper size and orientation.

  • Create a header and footer containing specific text and fields, and insert page numbers.

  • Change the paper size used in a document and change the orientation (portrait, landscape).

  1. Use a range of proofing tools including – spell check, thesaurus, search and replace.

  • Spell-check a document using the Spelling and Grammar feature and Thesaurus to replace a word.

  • Replace a word using the Fine and Replace feature.

 

Application Management:

  1. Apply file management facilities, including – creating files and folders, saving files in different formats, copying files and folders, renaming files, accessing file details, finding files using search facility.

  • Create a new file in Microsoft Word.

  • Create a new folder structure with specific folder names.

  • Create sub-folder structure with specific sub-folder names.

  • Copy a file from one folder to another.

  • Copy a subfolder from one folder to another.

  • Rename a file with a given name.

  • Find the size, type and date modified of a specific file.

  • Find a specific file within a subfolder structure.

  • Close Word Processing package.

 

Tables:

  1. Apply a range of table features including – creating tables, resizing, merging cells, inserting or deleting columns and rows, aligning text, applying borders and shading to tables and sorting table content.

  • Insert a table with specific number of rows and columns in a document.

  • Resize the entire table.

  • Resize specific rows and columns to specific heights and widths.

  • Merge specific cells within a table.

  • Insert new rows and columns in specific position in a table.

  • Delete specific rows and columns in a table.

  • Use different alignment options in a cell, including align left, centre and align right.

  • Apply different borders settings to a table.

  • Apply shading settings to a table.

  • Sort the contents of a table alphabetically and numerically.

 

Mail Merge and Labels:

  1. Create mail merge and labels.

  • Set up and save an address list as a data source.

  • Create a letter and insert merge fields.

  • Merge the address list with the letter and save merged document.

 

Word Processing Features:

  1. Use markup capabilities to make track changes to documents.

  • Use the track changes feature while making changes to a document.

  1. Produce a range of different types of documents using common word processing features including – manual text formatting, applying styles, creating tables, inserting and manipulating graphics.

  • Create a new style and apply it to a specific piece of text.

  • Insert a picture, a piece of clip art and shapes into a document and manipulate graphics.

  1. Print mailable documents and labels using a range of print features, to include – print preview, single and multiple copies, printing specific pages, selecting parameters and adjusting the appearance and positioning of text and graphics.

  • Create labels using the address list.

  • Adjust the positioning of text in the document before printing.

  • Select parameters in the document before printing.

  • View a print preview before printing.

  • Print single and multiple copies of the document.

  • Print specific pages of the document.

  • Printing specific pages of labels.

 

Word Processing Features:

  1. Use a word processing application to create a file from a document template by performing all required steps including creating and storing the template, entering data, and printing and storing the file appropriately for subsequent retrieval.

  • Create a file and save it as a template, then use the template to create a new document.

  1. Improve personal performance by using additional resources such as the help facility to solve familiar and unfamiliar word processing problems.

  • Find a solution to a problem using the Help facility.

 

Feedback/Assessment:

Carry out Formative Assessment (assessment for learning – written or oral feedback – Individual and/or Group) throughout course duration and carry out Summative Assessment (assessment of learning as per Assessment Briefs) and in accordance with QA.Adm.1 Policy and Procedure manual on Assessment.

For the next course date, phone Lir Reception 044-934 2754 or email training@lirbusinesscentre.com

€250.00

Lir|Business Services & Training Centre Ltd

42 Mount Street

Mullingar

Co. Westmeath.

 

Tel: 044-93 42754

Fax: 044-93 42755

training@lirbusinesscentre.com

 

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