Microsoft Office 2010......Fast! - Part 2.

Outlook, Access & Publisher!

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Microsoft Office 2010 Fast! – Part 2

MS Office 2010 is very different from the look and feel of previous versions and this quick new course is aimed at helping you find your way around it as quickly as possible.

This course concentrates on Outlook 2010, Access 2010 and Publisher 2010. Word, Excel and PowerPoint are taught in Part 1.

Most new PC’s and laptops are now being shipped with Windows Vista, so users are expected to load the exciting new MS Office 2010 on them.

But the new versions of Outlook, Access and Publisher have different file structures from previous versions, lots more functionality and many of the tried and tested features we know and love have been moved to different places in the toolbars.

In fact, if you’re familiar with MS Office 2000 or 2003 and think you can easily find the functions you use most often when you first open 2010, we bet that in many cases you won’t! It’s like learning a new language (but more fun and a lot less work!)

That’s why we’ve developed this short introductory course.

In as little as 6 hours at our High Holborn, Notting Hill or Manchester training centres, you’ll learn your way around the new products as well as finding out how to get the best out of all their new features.

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Microsoft Office 2010…….Fast! Part 2 – What We Cover.

Although you may recognise the names of many of the functions listed below, MS Office 2007 looks and feels brand new.

First of all, everything looks different.

Next, many of your favourite features are in totally different places.

And then there’s the fact that 2010 does so much more than earlier versions. You’ve got to try it to understand the differences.

  • Outlook 2010: opening screen, navigation pane, collapsing and expanding items, To-Do bar, Mail group, RSS Feeds folder, previewing an attachment, flagging messages, using categories, the calendar, contacts, inserting a business card, tasks
  • Access 2010: opening screen, opening an existing database, navigation pane, changing views, creating and modifying table, Access options, adding fields to an existing table, modifying data types and properties in datasheet view, modifying field properties in design view, multi value field, attachment field, searching for a record, applying sorts and filters, creating a form, working in layout view, creating a split form. using the group, sort and total pane
  • Publisher 2010:opening screen, creating and customising a flyer, creating and editing a Business Information Set, Flyer Options, Page Options, Publisher Tasks, adding an item to the Content library, inserting an object from the Content Library, formatting a background, Email merge, deleting an item in the Content Library. deleting a Business Information Set

Why not call or email us to book your free trial of MS Office 2010…….Fast! today?

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