Advanced Microsoft Office Specialist
About The Course At modern days, Microsoft office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Access) has become one of the most useful tools at colleges, corporate offices for organizing, handling and presenting data and information. Over 90% of the corporate professionals rely on Microsoft office works and that makes MS Office tools very significant in our regular lives. We are here for you to boost and strengthen your understanding on advanced Microsoft office tools: Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. This is an Advanced level MS-OFFICE Training, Which includes: Advanced level of “Microsoft Word 2010” a word processing program with which you can quickly and efficiently author and format any document. Advanced level of “Microsoft Excel 2010” a spare sheet program with which you can analyze, communicate and manage information. Advanced level of “Microsoft PowerPoint 2010” a program with which you can develop and present dynamic, professional-looking slide presentation. Advanced level of “Microsoft Access 2010” a database program with which you can collect information and output information for reuse in a variety of format. Learning Tool: Word Processing in Microsoft Word Understanding Word Processing. Creating Documents in Word. Starting Microsoft Word. Using the Blank Document Template. Typing Text into a Document. Saving Your New Document. Typing Numbers into Your Document. Inserting a Date into Your Document. Making Basic Changes to Your Document. Checking the Spelling in Your Document. Saving Changes to an Existing Document. Printing Your Document. Safely Closing Your Document. Word Processing Quick Reference. Spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel How Spreadsheets Work. Spreadsheet Functionality. Starting Microsoft Excel. Understanding Workbooks. Using the Blank Workbook Template. Typing Text into a Worksheet. Saving Your New Workbook. Typing Numbers into a Worksheet. Typing Simple Formulas in a Worksheet. Easy Formulas. Typing Dates in a Worksheet. Easy Formatting. Checking Spelling in a Worksheet. Making and Saving Changes. Printing a Worksheet. Charting Your Data. Safely Closing a Workbook. Spreadsheets Quick Reference. Presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint Understanding Electronic Presentations. Starting Microsoft PowerPoint. The PowerPoint Screen. Creating a New Presentation. Adding Text to Your Presentation. Saving Your New Presentation. Adding More Slides Using the Ribbon. Typing Directly Into a Slide. Inserting Clip Art Images. Safely Closing a Presentation. Opening an Existing Presentation. Running a Presentation Slide Show. Printing Audience Handouts. Presentations Quick Reference. Calendars in Microsoft Outlook Understanding Outlook. Starting Outlook. Common Outlook screen Elements. Accessing the Calendar. Changing Calendar Components. Displaying Specific Dates. Navigating Within a Calendar. Scheduling an Appointment Using Click to Add. Scheduling Using the Appointment Window. Creating Recurring Appointments. Scheduling an Event. Printing Your Calendar. Calendars Quick Reference. Contacts in Microsoft Outlook Understanding the Contact Form. Understanding Electronic Business Cards. Viewing Your Contacts. Creating a New Contact. Entering Contact Details. Deleting an Unwanted Contact. Printing Contact Details. Contacts Quick Reference. Tasks in Microsoft Outlook Viewing Tasks. Creating Simple Tasks. Typing Tasks Directly. Changing Task Views. Sorting Tasks. Completing Tasks. Deleting Tasks. Printing a Task List. Tasks Quick Reference. Sharing Data between Microsoft Office Applications Understanding Data Sharing. Opening Files in the Documents Window. Using Copy and Paste. Capturing the Screen. Drag And Drop Moving. Right Dragging. Object Embedding. Updating an Embedded Object. Object Linking. Updating a Linked Source. Sharing Data Quick Reference.
Spread sheet/MS excel
Presentation / Microsoft PowerPoint