Many people know that probably the most common and most basic Microsoft application is Microsoft Word.
The people that used this professionally are writers, and probably the most useful tool for them aside from search engines for research and other stuff.
As professionals we are required and we have this standard in ourselves that we need to master our craft whatever form, wherever, and what style it might be. And for the professional that uses the Microsoft word a lot it’s about mastering everything about the application, from the functions, the shortcuts, every nooks and cranny, you need to know it and even the updates and the newer versions.
You must be thinking that an application like the word, it’s not that hard to learn, right?, or is it? You will be shocked right now if you would try to take some free online exams about the application (competency test) on how much you really knew, chances are you know more much about your keyboard that the whole Microsoft word. But who can blame you, you learn what you need right?
In a practical perspective yes you are correct, but you’re missing out the point, it’s more than just inputting letters, it has other functions that can make your life easier.
Microsoft applications are one of the most mature programs/ apps to date. Way older than Facebook, YouTube, Google drive. If you think years of progression can be learned overnight then you are welcome to try but by morning still you won’t recognize every function and where to go with your eyes closed.
Harnessing its full potential
Because the fact of the matter is you need training not just to be good at it but to maximize its full potential. There’s a reason why Microsoft word still exist even when there’s Excel around because it’s important, if it wasn’t Microsoft could have pulled the plug on the word long time ago.
Word training is very essential and the sooner you realize that the sooner that you will harness the full potential of the word. It has so many tricks up its sleeves just waiting to be learned, so don’t waste such an opportunity, if you need professional help for that and other applications as well you can always contact Comat to get you sorted and guide you to where you should be getting good at.