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Word 2010 is a software for word processing in the new Microsoft 2010 Office Suite. Word allows you to easily create professional-looking documents using various themes, visual designs, formatting tools, sharing features and more. This site allows you to view video and interact with the tutorials.
Material Type: Tutorial
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: June 01, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 10, 2015
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Submitter: Regina Horner

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Primary Audience: High School, College General Ed, College Lower Division
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
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Avatar for Meica Hatters
35 weeks ago

Meica Hatters (Faculty)

The materials were well written, organized logically, and accurate. The organization made moving through each screen logical. The quiz was also set up very nicely. One question appeared on each page which made navigation logical and direct. Upon completion of the quiz, the correct and incorrect answers were listed and each question included a link to related materials. I would suggest offering short quizzes after each section instead of just one quiz at the end of the tutorial. It would be beneficial to allow students to quiz themselves throughout the lesson, so they can develop and maintain an understanding of their progress.


Avatar for Meica Hatters
35 weeks ago

Meica Hatters (Faculty)

The materials were well written and organized very well. The organization made moving through each screen logical. The quiz was also set up very nicely. One question appeared on each page which made navigation logical and direct. Upon completion of the quiz, the correct and incorrect answers were listed and each question included a link to related materials. I would suggest offering short quizzes after each section instead of just one quiz at the end of the tutorial. It would be beneficial to allow students to quiz themselves throughout the lesson, so they can develop and maintain an understanding of their progress.

Avatar for Bruce Bennett
2 years ago

Bruce Bennett (Staff)

this tutorial should be used by all lower division college courses.  The only suggestion would be to make this a video with "live" instruction.


Avatar for Kristi Spinnie
3 years ago

Kristi Spinnie (Faculty)

Excellent videos. Will definitely provide this resource to my MS Word students.