Microsoft Office 2007 in -Urdu

Most of the principles can also be applied to Office 2007 and to Office 2013, but as the 2010 version is the most common
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (30 ratings)
666 students
Urdu
Microsoft Office 2007 in -Urdu
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (30 ratings)
666 students
Confidently use Microsoft Office in the workplace
Understand the essential skills employers expect in Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint

Requirements

  • You will learn faster and be more confident when you try it yourself!
  • Most of the principles can also be applied to Office 2007 and to Office 2013, but as the 2010 version is the most commonly used, this is the version I have chosen for the tutorials.

Description

In this Microsoft Office essential skills course I share with you the real-life skills people need to get the best from the software in the workplace, gathered over many years as a Microsoft Certified Trainer. By taking this course you will be able to:

  • Confidently use the core Microsoft Office programs in the workplace

  • Learn the skills employers expect you to have in Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint

  • Apply best practices to your work

  • Achieve confidence and job satisfaction through practice

Who this course is for:

  • You should take this course if you use Microsoft Office at work but have never been trained
  • Take this course if you want to become more confident, achieve progression at work or find a new job

Course content

2 sections • 5 lectures • 35m total length
  • Introduction
    02:12

Instructor

Non-Governmental Organization Community Organization
Rehan Training
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Rehan Foundation was formed to help and assist organisations to adopt better systems, and software’s for better effectiveness of their work. Rehan Inc over the years has created many processes, software, and systems that we belive have helped us be more productive and more practical in solving the problems we faced, and Rehan Foundation is here to help other organizations implement similar systems, and processes, to become more productive and effective. We did not want to start a new School, Hospital or Ngo to do these, but want to make exisiting NGO’s and foundations more functional, and more efficient.