OFMG 1030 - Document Processing I
Document Processing I offers the opportunity to gain an understanding of basic document formatting and word processing concepts, including preparing and managing documents; formatting characters, paragraphs, special features, documents, and sections; using help; customizing paragraphs and page formatting; maintaining and printing documents; using writing tools; and manipulating tabs and text within and between documents. Speed and accuracy on straight copy are developed.
Credit Hours: 4
Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 2 (F, S)
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: OFMG 1010 or 30 wpm with three or fewer errors on a three-minute timed writing. Students will be diagnostically tested during the first class session.
Note: Course not designed for transfer.
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