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  • What is Microsoft Office New Features

    Describes and shows what has been updated within the Microsoft suite for Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access & Project for 2007 & 2010

  • What time shall I arrive at the venue?

    Please arrive at the venue for 08:45am

  • Am I using Microsoft Office 2007?

    Click Microsoft OFFICE button, click relevant OPTIONS button. Within OPTIONS click RESOURCES to find your version.

  • Am I using Microsoft Excel 2010?

    Click the FILE tab. In BACKSTAGE view, click HELP. Within PRODUCT ACTIVATED, find your version.

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Who Should Attend the Course? 

Anyone who wishes to gain a working knowledge of how to use Office 2007 in the shortest possible time. Delegates must be existing users of Office 2000, XP or 2003 and be proficient at least to Intermediate level.

Course Outline 

Getting Started with Microsoft Word 2007

• Starting Out • Using Page Setup • Using Print Preview • Getting Help in Word

The New Ribbon Interface

• Getting Acquainted • The Quick Access Toolbar • Ribbons and Chunks • The Home Ribbon • The Insert Ribbon • The View Ribbon

Working with Word 2007 Files

• Saving your Files • Finishing your Files • Making Word Work Backwards

Using Styles in Word 2007

• Using the Quick Style Gallery • Changing Your Styles • Using the Styles Pane • Doing More with Styles

Adding Tables and Charts to PowerPoint 2007

• Creating and Working with Tables • Formatting a Table • Working with SmartArt • Customizing your Diagrams • Working with Charts and Graphs

Creating Masters in PowerPoint 2007

• Introduction to Slide Masters • Creating Masters • Using Masters

Managing Tables in Excel 2007

• Working with Tables • Working with Records and Fields • Working with Tables and Filters • Using Excel as a Database 

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