Quickmigration Office 2003 to 2010 migration training

Get used to the new functions and features of Office 2010.
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (124 ratings)
6,912 students
Quickmigration Office 2003 to 2010 migration training
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (124 ratings)
6,912 students
work efficiently with all the new features in MS Office 2010
find the new features in MS Office 2010

Requirements

  • Students need Office 2010
  • Knowledge and experience from MS Office 2003
Description

This course will learn you the new functions and features of Office 2010.

The course includes:

  • What's New
  • MS Word
  • MS Outlook
  • MS Excel
  • MS Powerpoint

Learn the differences between 2003 and 2010. No more time wasting with searching for your favorite features which are relocated in Office 2010.

In this course you will learn how to use the new features in Office 2010. The difference and new features in 2010 will help you work more efficiently.

Who this course is for:
  • Students who will migrate their Office from version 2003 to version 2010
  • Students who will learn more about the MS Office 2010 software
Course content
5 sections • 69 lectures • 1h 1m total length
  • Introduction
    00:47
  • Design Goals and Approach
    01:01
  • Backstage View
    00:56
  • The Ribbon
    01:01
  • The Contexual Tab
    00:49
  • Customizing the Ribbon
    01:09
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
    01:00
  • Galleries with Live Preview
    00:49
  • Mini Toolbar
    01:22
  • Inserting Objects
    00:55
  • Advanced Copy, Cut and Paste
    00:42
  • Printing Office 2010 (Backstage View)
    00:51
  • Keyboard Shortcuts in MS Office 2010
    01:19
  • Introduction
    00:42
  • The Ribbon in MS Word
    01:14
  • New Powerful Tools
    00:42
  • Quick Styles
    00:48
  • Document Themes
    01:02
  • Quick Parts
    01:00
  • Enhanced Search
    00:56
  • Cover page
    00:34
  • Share Documents Confidently
    00:35
  • Quickly Compare two versions of a Document
    01:35
  • Document Inspector
    00:54
  • Convert Documents to PDF
    00:25
  • Import Keyboard Shortcuts
    00:49
  • Interactive Guide
    00:03
  • Introduction
    00:48
  • The new interface
    00:56
  • Creating an E-mail Message
    01:02
  • The To-Do-Bar
    01:22
  • Adding Items To the To-Do-Bar
    00:41
  • Instant Search
    01:09
  • Attachment Preview
    00:48
  • Color Categories
    01:43
  • Quick Steps
    00:39
  • Conversation View
    01:00
  • Ignore Thread
    00:36
  • Clean Up
    01:15
  • Meeting Reply
    00:45
  • Share Your Calendar
    01:13
  • The iCalendar Feature
    00:55
  • Scheduling for Exchange Users
    01:12
  • Top 5 Most Important Keyboard Shortcuts
    01:26
  • Interactive Guide
    00:03
  • Introduction
    00:54
  • The New Interface
    00:29
  • The New Layout of the Status Bar
    00:41
  • Using Office Themes and Excel Styles
    00:34
  • Applying a Theme
    00:40
  • Using Styles
    00:29
  • Rich Conditional Formatting
    00:53
  • Improved Sorting and Filtering
    00:56
  • Excel Table Enhancements
    01:20
  • Easy-to-Use- Pivot Tables
    00:55
  • Filters in Pivot Tables (Slicers)
    00:47
  • New Printing Possibilities
    00:54
  • Top 5 Most Important Keyboard Shortcuts
    01:13
  • Interactive Guide
    00:03
  • Introduction
    00:31
  • The New PowerPoint Interface
    01:11
  • The Ribbon and Standard Panes
    01:38
  • Themes and Quick Styles
    01:15
  • Designer-Quality SmartArt Graphics
    00:50
  • Slide Show
    00:23
  • Animating Text/Items
    00:41
  • Broadcast Slideshow
    01:00
  • Top 5 Most Importent Keyboard Shortcuts
    01:09
  • Interactive Guide
    00:03

Instructor
Email efficiency guru - empty inbox consultant
Erwin Nelissen
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 190 Reviews
  • 10,181 Students
  • 2 Courses

As an Email efficiency guru it is my mission to help people solving their Email overload problems over the last 15 years. Why? Email is known as the "killer application" and yet more and more organizations and managers are struggling with the impact of email on day-to-day work. When it comes to productivity, Email might as well be known as the "serial killer application". It has become our single most important business tool yet we pay little attention how to properly use, and not use, email. We believe this is a shame, as everyone spends increasing time on email and teaching yourself some basic principles can save you valuable hours every week. We work with a small but highly effective team to promote our training activities.