Microsoft Office 2010/2013- Beginner
This basic course introduces students to Microsoft Office Outlook 2010/2013. Students will learn how to create, send, preview, read, reply to, and forward e-mail messages. They’ll also learn about recalling messages, attaching files to messages, resending messages, marking messages as unread, deleting messages, organizing messages into folders, and previewing and printing messages. Besides teaching these basic mail management skills, the course looks at Outlook as a personal information management system. It examines how to add and organize contact information and how to manage time with the Calendar. Specifically, students will learn about adding new contacts, modifying contact records, and saving and modifying Electronic Business Cards. They’ll also learn to schedule appointments, create recurring events, mark items as private, add tasks in the new To-Do Bar, update the status of tasks, mark tasks as complete, and create and modify notes. Finally, the Junk E-mail Filter will be explored, teaching skills such as emptying the Junk E-mail folder and specifying safe and blocked senders. The time to take this course will vary based on the student’s individual experience level.
· Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010/2013 Level 1
Duration: N/A Code: 50259
This course introduces students to the basic features of Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010/2013. Students will learn how to design PowerPoint presentations on their computers through examples and interactive exercises. They will learn about the key interface changes of Microsoft Office 2010/2013, namely the Ribbon, Quick Access toolbar, Mini toolbar, and galleries. They will also discover how to create presentations from scratch using templates, as well as learn about slide layouts, themes, and slide masters. In addition, students will learn how to navigate through presentations, save presentations, preview slide shows, check spelling, use bulleted and numbered lists, and use clip art and shapes to enhance presentations. Students will also be shown how to create and edit tables, as well as how to prepare a presentation for printing. Other topics that will be covered include formatting text and working in the Slides and Outline tabs, as well as in the Notes pane. The time to take this course will vary based on the student’s individual experience level.
· Microsoft Office Word 2010/2013 Level 1
Duration: N/A Code: 50261
This course is designed to familiarize students with key introductory features of Microsoft Office Word 2010/2013, as well as introduce them to some of its new interface features like the Ribbon, Mini toolbar, Quick Access toolbar, contextual tabs, and galleries. Students will learn the tricks that will help them create, edit, and modify text-based documents easily. The skills taught include examining the working screen; navigating, creating, and saving documents; changing font attributes; copying, moving, and replacing text; applying and clearing character styles; modifying paragraphs with alignment choices, borders, shading, and bullets; working with headers and footers; running spelling and grammar checks; using AutoCorrect; undoing and redoing changes; managing files with folders; marking documents as final; and previewing and printing documents. The time to take this course will vary based on the student’s individual experience level.
· Microsoft Office Excel 2010/2013 Level 1
Duration: N/A Code: 50263
This course introduces students to Microsoft Office Excel 2010/2013. It covers basic spreadsheet features and acquaints students with Excel’s tools. Students will learn to manage workbooks, work with cells and cell data, format and print worksheets, create and revise formulas, work with basic functions, use fills to save data entry time, and create and modify charts from worksheet data. They will also be introduced to the main interface changes of Microsoft Office 2010/2013, such as the Ribbon, Quick Access toolbar, and the Mini toolbar. Finally, students will also learn how to access and use the Excel Help feature. The time to take this course will vary based on the student’s individual experience level.
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