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MicrosoftTM Office 2007

 

MicrosoftTM WORD 2007 (Introduction, Intermediate or Advanced)

Introduction: Designed for the novice user, this course will provide basic knowledge of the WORD application including basic navigation, formatting a document, use of AutoCorrect, AutoText and Find functions, creating tables, use of templates and Wizards and the Word Art Toolbar.

 

Intermediate: This course will continue to re-enforce concepts learned in the Introductory course and will review the use of WORD commands, working with tables, setting tabs and using mail merge.

 

Advanced: This course will review the use of Mail Merge, Tables and Tabs as discussed in the Intermediate course. It will explore creation of forms and links, advanced page layouts and introduce the use of Macros and Templates.

MicrosoftTM Excel 2007 (Introduction, Intermediate or Advanced)

Introduction: This course will discuss navigation techniques and data entry, formatting a worksheet, copying formulas and the formatting and printing of worksheets. Discussion of the use of relative and absolute addressing and basic charting will be examined.

 

Intermediate: The course will review EXCEL features and introduce the use of functions. Other topical areas covered include absolute and relative formulas, database commands, templates and the charting the data.

 

Advanced: A review of EXCEL commands will be done along with additional work with charting. The use of data tables will be discussed, object linking and embedding as well as the interaction of EXCEL with other programs.

MicrosoftTMPowerPoint  2007 (Introduction and Intermediate)

 

Introduction: this course will introduce the student to the use of PowerPoint  in creating a presentation. The concepts of formatting and viewing a slide presentation, the use of slides with charts and tables, animation techniques and sound will be discussed.

 

Intermediate: Building on the concepts taught in the introductory course, the student will learn linking with other applications such as WORD and EXCEL, creating hyperlinks and action buttons. The use of the drawing toolbar will be discussed as means of enhancing slides.

MicrosoftTM Access 2007 (Introduction and Intermediate)

Introduction: This course discuss building a database with regard to developing and modifying tables and records, finding and sorting records, the use of quires in obtaining information. The creation of reports and preparing mailing labels will be discussed.

 

Intermediate: The course will expand on the topics taught in the Introductory course including the expanded use of quires, linking and unlinking tables and creating Lookup tables and the use and creation of forms.

MicrosoftTM Outlook 2007

This course will introduce the student to the use of Outlook as an e-mail client. The student will be introduced to other functions within Outlook including Calendar and Contacts as well as managing information.

 

 

Microsoft™ WORD 2003 to 2007 Transition 
Designed for those experienced users of MS WORD who will be making the transition from MS WORD 2003 to WORD 2007.  The layout and use of the Ribbon and commands will be discussed and practiced. Topics such as, formatting, saving in previous versions, use of tables, tabs and margins will be among the topics discussed. This course is meant to be an overview, highlighting the differences between the software versions, while easing the transition between applications. Students will be provided with  files to practice with during the class.

 

Microsoft™ EXCEL 2003 to 2007 Transition
Designed for those experienced users of MS EXCEL who will be making the transition from MS EXCEL 2003 to EXCEL 2007.  The layout and use of the Ribbon and commands will be discussed and practiced. Topics such as formatting a workbook, saving in previous versions, data entry and editing, charting and improved database functions will be discussed. This course is meant to be an overview, highlighting the differences between software versions, while easing the transition between versions. Students will be provided with a file to practice with during the class.

Microsoft OfficeTM 2010

 

Microsoft™ WORD 2010 Introduction
This course is designed to show students how to work in the new MS WORD 2010 application, using the Ribbon and commands of the program. Examples of how to format   text and paragraphs, set tabs and margins, work with themes and building blocks are among the topics explored. The course is designed to allow students to practice the elements discussed in class to gain proficiency when working in MS WORD 2010.

Microsoft™ EXCEL 2010 Introduction
Designed to show students how to work in the new MS EXCEL 2010 application, using the Ribbon and commands of the program. Examples of how to enter and edit data, understand formulas, developing charts and navigating the workbook are among the topics explored. The course is designed to allow students to practice the elements discussed in class to gain proficiency when working in MS EXCEL 2010.

Microsoft™ WORD 2010 Intermediate
This course will review some of the topics covered in the Introductory course and will discuss topics such as mail merge, adding charts and  spreadsheets to the document, as well as creating and editing tables. The course is designed to allow students to practice the elements discussed in class in order to gain proficiency when working in the more advanced elements of MS WORD 2010. 

 

Microsoft™ EXCEL 2010 Intermediate
This course continues the elements of the Introductory course with some review of the topics covered in that course and continues with more advanced use of formulas and functions, using tables, conditional formatting and analyzing data using formulas will be among the topics discussed. The course is designed to allow students to practice the elements discussed in class to gain proficiency when working in the more advanced elements of MS EXCEL 2010. 

 

Other Software Courses:

The Corporate Training Center will provide courses in other areas including AutoCAD, Publisher, Project and Web page design based on customer demand and requirements. Course content will be discussed with the customer as it applies to the individual company and level of user knowledge.