MS Office (Beginner’s)


MS Office training focuses on introducing advanced functions of MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access and MS Outlook .


MS Word

Use Zoom Insert a Bibliography
Draw Shapes Use the Picture Tools Tab
Understand Word Views Create an Index
Add a Text Box Remove a Picture’s Background
Split a Document View Synonyms
Add a Table of Contents Adding Artistic Effects
Use the Navigation Pane Use the Research Task Pane
Manage Sources Changing a Picture’s Layout
Insert ClipArt, Pictures from Files, and Screen Shots Use Translation ScreenTips
Add Footnotes, Endnotes, and Citations Use SmartArt
Move or Delete a Picture Set Your Language
Work with Tables Compare Documents
Use Comments Add a Cover Page
Use the Table Tools Tab Minimize the Ribbon
Track and Review Changes Add Word Art
Apply a Style to a Table Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
Access Word Options

MS PowerPoint

Insert a picture Create a Handout Master
Rotate and flip objects Use the Table Tools tab
Insert screen shots Print Notes and Handouts
Align and distribute objects Format a text box
Insert clip art Switch to the Slide Master View
Order objects Modify table rows and columns
Insert SmartArt Use the Slide Master tab
Group objects Format a table
Insert a text box and add text Create a Slide Master
Check spelling Add a movie
Insert a Table and add text Apply a Slide Master
Use the Research Task pane Add a sound clip
SmartArt Edit a Slide Master
Use Translation ScreenTips Create WordArt
Remove a picture’s background Insert slides from other presentations
Set the Language Draw shapes
Use the Picture Tools tab Create a custom show
Add Notes to Slides Use the Drawing Tools tab
Use the Text Box Tools tab Record a presentation as a video
Create a Notes Master Use the Grid and Gridlines
Use the SmartArt Tools tab Package your presentation for CD
Understand the PowerPoint Viewer

MS Excel

Insert SmartArt Work with comments
Create a Pivot Chart from a Pivot Table Use the Scenario Manager
Add text to a diagram Insert a chart
Create a Pivot Chart from Data Use a One Input Data Table
Resize and move a diagram Use the Chart Tools tab
Display the Developer tab Use a Two Input Data Table
Reset a diagram Understand the parts of a chart
Record and run macros Transposing Data from rows to columns
Understand the contextual tabs Change the chart style
Change the security level Use the Text to Columns feature
Add pictures from your computer Resize and move a chart
Customize and Change the Quick Access Toolbar Check for duplicates
Add Clip Art Insert a Pivot Table
Use named ranges in formulas Create data validation rules
Add text boxes Use the Pivot Table Tools tab
Understand formula errors Consolidate Data
Draw shapes Choose fields and group data in a Pivot Table
Trace dependents and precedents in formulas Group Data
Trace precedent cells Change Pivot Table data and refresh the view
Use the Trace Errors Commands Add Subtotals
Trace dependents of a cell Apply a Style to a Pivot table
Evaluate formulas Outline Data view Grouped and Outlined Data
Display formulas within the sheet Use Real-life examples in a Pivot Table
Use Goal Seek

MS Access:

Identifying new features of Access 2013 · If you are upgrading from Access 2010 · If you are upgrading from Access 2007 Working in the Access 2013 user interface
Identifying program window elements Working with the ribbon
Understanding database concepts Understanding RDBMS concepts
Access Tables vs. Excel Table Exploring tables
Exploring forms Exploring queries
Exploring reports Previewing and printing database objects
Creating Databases and Simple Tables Display Data
Create simple reports Maintain data integrity
Create queries Import and Export of Data

MS Outlook

Outlook 2013 Interface Messages in Outlook
Calendar in Outlook Push Calendar
Email Calendar Contacts in Outlook



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