Aim:

To provide participants with the skills necessary to understand and use the new Microsoft Office in the best way possible.

Student Profile:

It is desirable that participants have some experience of using a computer in an office environment and want to learn the new features of Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013.

Course content

  • What Is Office
  • The Office interface and how to use it
  • The File Menu Button
  • Modifying and Customizing Application settings
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Mini Toolbars
  • The Ribbon
  • The Mini toolbar
  • Enhanced Screen Tips
  • Galleries
  • The new file formats

WORD

  • Words new features
  • The tab system
  • Toolbars and ribbons
  • Formatting
  • Quick Parts and Building Blocks
  • Shared documents

EXCEL

  • Excels new features
  • New formula features
  • New chart features Charts and reports
  • Themes and styles
  • Instant conditional formatting
  • Larger worksheet size
  • Table options
  • PivotTables
  • Excel Services

POWER POINT 

  • Power Points new features
  • Ribbons vs. task panes
  • Custom layouts
  • Slide Libraries
  • New PowerPoint features
  • Dynamic Smart Art graphics
  • Sharing presentations
  • Custom layouts