Instructor: Andie Ho, CT. Andie is a certified French-English translator and editor based in the Houston area. She holds a Master’s in Translation from Kent State University and began her career as a project manager before becoming a full-time freelancer. She specializes in translating for the food industry, and uses her math background to translate the occasional math and scientific text.
Next session: June 1-26, 2020. Live sessions on Mondays and Thursdays at 12:30 PM New York time (recordings provided).
Cost: $365 until May 18; $380 thereafter if spots are still available.
Special offers: $15 discount for members of the American Translators Association; apply coupon code ATA at checkout. This can be combined with one of the following: $15 discount for anyone who has taken a Training for Translators class; apply coupon code ALUM at checkout. $10 discount for anyone who has never taken a Training for Translators class; apply coupon code NEW at checkout.
Description: Tired of spending hours formatting transcripts and other documents in MS Word? Save time and aggravation by learning underutilized functions in Word. In this course, you’ll learn to create and manipulate tables, automatically generate document features like tables of contents and headers/footers, format text boxes, and use shortcuts to work more efficiently. Once-pesky projects will suddenly become more lucrative once you have these tips and tricks under your belt.
We’ll cover topics such as:
- formatting certificates and other official documents, including the use of tab leaders
- formatting tables
- switching formats within one document
- styles and tables of contents
- automatic numbering
- section breaks
-Four live slide presentations (recordings provided)
-Four live question and answer sessions (recordings provided)
-Individual feedback on four homework assignments
-E-mail support from Andie and Corinne during the course
-Free access to Corinne’s monthly alumni question and answer sessions after the course ends