This course provides an introduction to the full suite of Microsoft Office 2010 Suite applications: Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher and Outlook. Expand your knowledge on a wide range of tools commonly used in business and personal communication, including word processing, mail merging, spreadsheets and simple functions, creating charts and slide presentations, document design, and personal e-mail management.
What will I learn?
Microsoft Word - Covers entering text, the File, the Save As command, opening and editing a document, moving and copying text, basic character and paragraph formatting. Particular attention is paid to using tabs, tables and mail merging.
Microsoft Excel - You start with the basics including working with workbooks, tabs, moving/copying worksheets, formatting labels and values, AutoFormat, applying basic functions (SUM,AVG,MIN,MAX,NOW) to data, calculating percentages and basic charts.
Microsoft Access is the database management software component. You will receive instruction in relational databases, creating tables with data, queries to retrieve data, for forms to enter data and reports to display and summarize data.
Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation program which is part of the Microsoft Office suite. It enables you to create professional presentations which consist of a number of individual pages or slides.
Microsoft Publisher is a publication software that helps you get started creating professional newsletters, brochures, flyers, business cards etc.
Is this for me?
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Windows.
Registration and information
For more information, please call 416-658-3101 x216 or write email@example.com
Where and when
Toronto Central - Saturdays
Saturdays | 10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. (8 weeks, 40 Hours)
Registration continues up to the second day of class.
When & Where
Skills for Change
Skills for Change is known for pioneering programs that respond to shifting immigration and workplace trends and lead to employment. The first program, in 1983, was an office training program that successfully led all its first graduates, a group of women from Southeast Asia, into full-time employment.
Now a range of accelerated programs are offered to fit the needs of the people arriving from all parts of the world. Services offered include information and referral, French and English language assessment, English language instruction, integrated language/skills training, employment preparation, business skills, mentoring and settlement services.