Microsoft Office Word 2016 Expert (77-725 & 77-726)

(77-725-77-726) / ISBN : 9781644591505

This course includes

Gain hands-on experience to pass the 77-725 and 77-726 exams with the Microsoft Office Word 2016 Expert (77-725 & 77-726) course and lab. The lab can be mapped to any course, textbook, or training, therefore, adding value and a hands-on component to training. The Microsoft Word course covers the MOS Word 2016 exam objectives and teaches you how to create and manage documents; format text, paragraphs, and sections; create tables and lists; design advanced documents, and create advanced references and custom Word elements.

Here's what you will get

Become Microsoft Word certified passing the 77-725 and 77-726 exams. The 77-725 exam objectives are creating and managing documents and references; formatting text, paragraphs, and sections; creating tables and lists; and inserting and formatting graphic elements. The 77-726 exam objectives include managing document options and settings; designing advanced documents, and creating advanced references and custom Word elements.


16+ Lessons | 146+ Quizzes | 97+ Flashcards | 97+ Glossary of terms


22+ Pre Assessment Questions | 22+ Post Assessment Questions |

Hand on lab

72+ LiveLab | 114+ Video tutorials | 03:33+ Hours

Video Lessons

154+ Videos | 08:35+ Hours

Here's what you will learn

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  • Getting Started with Word
  • Creating and Saving a Word Document
  • Managing Workspace
  • Controlling Paragraph Structures
  • Summary

  • Customizing Work Environment
  • Applying Character Formatting
  • Controlling Paragraph layout
  • Displaying Text as Lists
  • Applying Borders and Shading
  • Summary

  • Making Repetitive Edits
  • Using Styles to Streamline Repetitive Formatting Task
  • Summary

  • Working with Lists
  • Working with Tables
  • Inserting Symbols and Special Characters
  • Summary

  • Adding Pictures
  • Adding Page Borders
  • Adding Headers and Footers
  • Controlling Page Layout
  • Adding a Watermark
  • Summary

  • Checking Spelling, Grammar, and Readability
  • Using Research Tools
  • Checking Accessibility and Compatibility
  • Saving Documents in a Different File Format
  • Summary

  • Adding & Sorting Data in Tables
  • Performing Calculations in a Table
  • Adding Excel Table to a Word Document
  • Creating Charts to Illustrate Table Contents
  • Summary

  • Creating and Modifying Text Styles
  • Creating Custom Lists and Table Styles
  • Applying Themes in Documents
  • Summary

  • Understanding Building Blocks
  • Using Templates
  • Controlling the Flow of a Document
  • Summary

  • Simplifying and Managing Long documents
  • Creating a Master Document
  • Using Mail Merge
  • Summary

  • Manipulating Images
  • Using Custom Graphic Elements
  • Summary

  • Preparing a Document for Collaboration
  • Using Track Changes
  • Summary

  • Inserting Documents References and Links
  • Summary

  • Adding & Protecting Content
  • Securing a Document
  • Using Forms to Manage Content
  • Summary

  • Using Macros to Automate Repetitive Tasks
  • Creating Macros
  • Summary

Hands-on LAB Activities

  • Getting Help
  • Searching with the Navigation Pane
  • Customizing the Ribbon
  • Exporting Ribbon Customizations
  • Creating a Blank Document
  • Changing the Default Paste Method
  • Printing a Document 
  • Creating an Envelope Document

  • Adding Common Commands to the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Using the Main QAT Customization Dialog Box

  • Using Advanced Find
  • Modifying the Style
  • Creating a New Style

  • Using Quick Tables
  • Inserting a Symbol From the Symbol Dialog Box

  • Including Background Colors and Images While Printing
  • Adding Page Borders
  • Removing the Watermark

  • Checking Spelling and Grammar
  • Hiding Spelling and Grammar Errors
  • Choosing the Display Languages
  • Setting Editing Options
  • Using the Smart Lookup Feature
  • Translating the Content
  • Removing Misspelled Errors
  • Using the Compatibility Checker
  • Creating PDF Output

  • Merging and Splitting Cells
  • Writing Ink Equations
  • Performing a Calculation in a Table by Adding a Formula
  • Adding Information from Excel
  • Using the Add Objects Feature

  • Increasing the Character Spacing
  • Creating and Modifying a List Style
  • Applying a Theme

  • Inserting Building Blocks
  • Inserting Fields Using Quick Parts
  • Creating a Document Using a Template
  • Hiding and Unhiding the Document Text
  • Changing Columns Using Section Breaks
  • Inserting a Section Break

  • Deleting Table of Contents
  • Displaying a Document in the Outline View
  • Indexing a Document
  • Inserting a Table of Contents Using Marked Entries
  • Modifying the Table of Contents Style
  • Creating a Table of Contents Using the Heading Style
  • Choosing the Data Document Type
  • Using the Mail Merge Wizard
  • Creating Labels
  • Updating Labels
  • Attaching a Data Source
  • Typing a New List

  • Arranging a Picture
  • Setting the Wrapping Behavior of a Graphic
  • Taking a Screenshot
  • Inserting and Formatting the Text Box Style

  • Accepting Changes
  • Enabling Track Changes

  • Working with Footnote Separator
  • Inserting a Citation
  • Editing a Citation
  • Inserting a Bibliography
  • Adding a Bookmark
  • Creating an Email Hyperlink
  • Adding a Caption to a Figure
  • Inserting an Endnote
  • Styling the Endnote

  • Enabling the Reading View for Uneditable Files
  • Editing Restrictions

  • Configuring Macro Security Settings
  • Enabling the Macro Recording Tool on Word's Status Bar

Exam FAQs

There are no technical pre-requisites for this certification exam.

USD 100

The exam consists of performance based questions and is conducted in a live or simulated environment. MOS 2013 presents the candidate with a project to build tasks and steps that build on each other.

The exam contains 40-60 questions.

50 minutes

The passing score varies from exam to exam and is provided on the score report.

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam retake policy

  1. If a candidate does not achieve a passing score on an exam the first time, the candidate must wait 24 hours before retaking the exam.
  2. If a candidate does not achieve a passing score the second time, the candidate must wait 2 days (48 hours) before retaking the exam a third time.
  3. A two-day waiting period will be imposed between each subsequent exam retake.
  4. There is no annual limit on the number of attempts on the same exam.
  5. If a candidate achieves a passing score on an Office exam, the candidate may take it again.

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