MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010

$600.00

This course will provide the student with the essential skills for computer literacy, using three types of programs commonly found in business environments: MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint.
It is intended for those who have minimal experience with MS Office 2010, or for those that have not used a word processor, spreadsheet, or presentations programs previously.
Some familiarity with using a mouse and keyboard can be helpful.

Please see full course description below.

We are offering MS Office 2010 commencing on  Sept. 21/2018 9-1 p.m.  for 6 sessions.

Please call us at 905-628-3208 to ask about our Fall 2018 seminar schedule or visit our website at: http://www.scstrainingcentre.com

 

 

Description

MS OFFICE 2010

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course will provide the student with the essential skills for computer literacy, using three types of programs commonly found in business environments.

COURSE PREREQUISITES:
It is intended for those who have minimal experience with MS Office 2010, or have not used a word processor, spreadsheet, or presentations program previously.  Some familiarity with using a mouse and keyboard can be helpful.

COURSE OUTLINE:

Unit 1: Common Elements

  • Getting Started with Programs

Unit 2: Using Microsoft Word 2010

  • Creating Documents
  • Manipulating Text
  • Formatting Text
  • Setting Tabs and Indents
  • Proofing Your Document
  • Formatting the Document
  • Printing Documents
  • Working with Headers and Footers
  • Using Publishing Format Tools
  • Working with Graphics
  • Working with Tables
  • Working with Others

Unit 3: Using Microsoft Excel 2010

  • Getting Starting with MS Excel 2010
  • Manipulating the Information
  • Working with Formulas
  • Formatting a Worksheet
  • Using Miscellaneous Tools
  • Working with Charts
  • Getting Ready to Print

Unit 4: Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

  • Getting Started with MS PowerPoint 2010
  • Setting up the Presentation
  • Working with Text
  • Working with Objects
  • Enhancing the Presentation
  • Bringing it all Together