Getting Started With Microsoft Office 2010 Tutorial
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This Getting Started with MS Office 2010 training course offers a practical launching point for the suite's many features and tools, from key functionality that has been with the software to the many new features that have been introduced. The whole point of the series is to give you the confidence and understanding you need to get productive and creative on your own in a minimal amount of time. From core tools such as Excel, Word and Powerpoint to accessories such as OneNote and Windows Live Apps, the author explains each program's functionality and gives you the push you need to get started on the right track. Perfect for users who are totally new to MS Office as well as those migrating from older editions, this course goes through the unique features of the new ribbon interface, covers key tasks in each application and explores how the programs can be used together in larger workflows. This is an excellent primer before moving into more detailed InfiniteSkills courses on Microsoft programs.
What You Will Learn
- How to navigate and work within the Microsoft Office productivity suite and its tools, including Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, Publisher and OneNote.
- How to configure and create basic documents, emails, spreadsheets, and presentations with the world's leading office communication and productivity tools.
- How to use these core programs within a collaborative environment involving multiple users and workflow involving multiple applications.
Who Should Take This Course
- Anyone who needs an understanding of Microsoft Office software as it applies to a professional, academic, or personal environment.
- New users who want a very easy to understand introduction to the purpose of MS Office programs and their new features.
- Users of old versions of Microsoft Office tools wanting to know what MS Office 2010 has to offer.
What People Are Saying
"Coming over from Office XP, it seemed like quite a bit had changed. These lessons helped me get my bearings, and led me to some of the awesome advanced courses also narrated by Guy."
- Daniel E Clyburn
"Very basic, straightforward office training, but just what I needed to get set up and started for my small business. Thank you."
- Pat LeFebvre
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|Section 1: Office 2010 Introduction|
Working Files - Download These FirstPreview
What's New In Office 2010?Preview
What Comes With Office 2010?Preview
Backstage View The New File MenuPreview
The Power To Create Customized Ribbons
Office 2010 File Format Issues
Using The Files Included With This Course
|Section 2: Office Word 2010|
Getting Started With Word 2010
What's New For Word 2010
Translation Services Within Word 2010
Image Enhancement Improvements In Word 2010
Mail Merging Made Easy In 2010
|Section 3: Office Excel 2010|
Getting Started With Excel 2010
What's New For Excel 2010
Using Formulas In Excel 2010
Working With Named Data Ranges
The Data Slicer In Excel 2010
Create A Chart In Excel 2010 In 2 Seconds
|Section 4: Office PowerPoint 2010|
Getting Started With PowerPoint 2010
What's New For PowerPoint 2010
Adding An Organization Chart
Running A Slide Show
Using The Picture Gallery Tool
Create A Video From Your Presentation
Create A CD From Your Presentation
|Section 5: Office Outlook 2010|
Getting Started With Outlook 2010
What's New For Outlook 2010
Setting Up An Email Account For Hotmail
Setting Up An Email Account For A POP3 Account
Adding An Appointment To The Calender
|Section 6: Office Access 2010|
Getting Started With Access 2010
What's New For Access 2010
Creating A Database From A 2010 Template
Creating A 2010 Access Query
Adding A Macro To Access 2010
|Section 7: Office Publisher 2010|
Getting Started With Publisher 2010
What's New For Publisher 2010
Creating A Product Catalog
A Quick 2012 Calender
Linked Or Embedded Images You Decide With The New Graphics Manager
|Section 8: Office OneNote 2010|
OneNote 2010 - What Is It?
Screen Capture Using OneNote
Adding Sound And Video Recordings To OneNote
Adding External Documents To OneNote 2010
|Section 9: Windows Live And Web Apps|
Getting Signed Up For A Windows Live Account
Sharing An Outlook Calender Via The Internet
Broadcast A PowerPoint Presentation Across The Internet
Getting Started With Web Apps
Accessing Your SkyDrive Files Online With Web Apps
|Section 10: Office 2010 Integration|
Embedding Or Linking Office Documents Inside Office Documents
Word Mail Merge Using Excel Or Access Data
Email Office Files From Their Relevant Application
|Section 11: Credits And Beyond|
About The Author
Infinite Skills is a Canadian based company who offer a huge and ever growing range of high quality eLearning solutions that teach using studio quality narrated videos backed-up with practical hands-on examples and comprehensive working files. All courses are created by trained educators and experts in video based education.
The emphasis is on teaching real life skills that are essential for progressing in today's commercial environment.