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Microsoft Office 2010
  • Description
  • Outcome
  • Certification
  • This free online computer skills course is a highly demanded compilation of web-based training for five Microsoft Office 2010 software products including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook.


    This is a perfect course if you want to enhance your existing office skills using this software; as a new employee induction training program; or for companies wanting to up-skill their current staff.


    People who use older versions of Microsoft Office, particularly 2003 and 2007 versions, will be amazed at the new feature sets of Microsoft Office 2010!


    For those who have completed ABC IT, our comprehensive introductory computer course, the Microsoft Office 2010 course is the perfect next step as a means of getting your Microsoft Office skills up-to-date.

  • Learning outcomes:
    - Familiarity with the new layout and interfaces of Word 2010; - Knowledge of the new formatting features in Word 2010; - Ability to complete basic functions of Word 2010; - Use the Navigation Pane to manage headings and find objects and text; - Create visually effective content without using other software; - Manage Header and Footer content and update page numbers and dates; - Insert complete Table of Contents for large documents; - Create easily assessable documents for e-reader software; - Understand the shortcuts and useful features of Word 2010; - Comfortably use keyboard short cuts with Access Keys and Key Combos;
    - Understand how to navigate the menu; - Learn about the improvements and new features of the software; - Create, save, prepare for printing and apply templates to a worksheet; - Work with formulas and functions; use VLOOKUP to search through the data in the spreadsheet; - Determine patterns and trends with conditional formatting, Sparklines and charts; - Apply a table to the data; check conditions with the IF function; - Understand, save and run macros; figure out dates using formulas and work quicker with keyboard shortcuts;
    - Create, manage, and collaborate with other people; - Separate PowerPoint presentation files in different windows; - Enrich your presentations with video, picture, and animations; - Embed, edit, and play a video in your presentation; - Trim an audio or video clip; - Use bookmarks in your audio and video clips; - Use transitions with 3-D motion graphic effects; - Copy and paste animated effects from one object to another; - Deliver and share your presentations more effectively; - Broadcast your slide show; - Identify and resolve accessibility issues;
    - Use database templates; - Plan for good design; - Learn about keys and data types; - Create tables; Save add and navigate data; - Create relationships between tables; - Set referential integrity; - Create queries and lookup fields; - Learn about and create different types of forms in different ways; - Learn to work in layout view; - Create reports for your database; - Build and work with online databases; - Create and publish web databases; - Save a changed database to the web; - Learn keyboard shortcuts and access keys; - Learn to work with security protocols;
    - Create, manage, and organize email and contacts; - Save time with Outlook Calendar; - Organize your time more easily with meeting requests; - Organize messages and Automatic Replies; - Enrich your emails with electronic business cards and e-mail signatures; - Use conversation view to eliminate excess emails in your inbox; - Maximize your time with Quick Steps; - Stay connected with the new Outlook Social Connector; - Manage your information and create RSS web feeds; - Use Instant Search to quickly locate a file; - Speed up your email with efficient attachments; - Create Templates to use again and again.

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Modules List( 55 )
  • MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 TRAINING
  • When you complete this course you can receive an ...
  • MICROSOFT WORD 2010
  • Module 1: Making the switch to Word 2010
    • Making the switch to Word 2010
    • Acquaint yourself with the ribbon
    • Reacquaint yourself with everyday tasks
    • Some tools appear on demand
    • Behind the scenes: File tab and Backstage view
    • Work between new and earlier versions of Word
  • Module 2: What's New in Word
    • Work in Word anywhere
    • Bring your best ideas to life
    • Document Navigation Pane
    • Work more easily
    • Customize The Ribbon
    • Work better together
    • CoAuthoring
  • Module 3: Creating Your First Word Document
    • Create and save a new document
    • Fix spelling and grammar as you type
    • Add formatting to your text
    • Change page margins
    • Save, print and close a new document
    • Moving around in a document
    • Use formatting marks
    • Move text around in the document
    • Change line spacing and alignment
  • Module 4: Explore Your Document using the Navigation Pane
    • Explore your document using the Navigation Pane
    • See what your document is made of
    • Locate, add to, and reorganize content
    • Find and replace text and other elements
  • Module 5: Create Visually Compelling Documents
    • Create visually compelling documents
    • Make your text stand out with special effects
    • Polish your pictures like a pro
    • Add a screenshot without using another program
    • SmartArt graphics: Turn ideas into illustrations
  • Module 6: Get Control of Page Numbers, Headers, and Footers
    • Get control of page numbers, headers, and footers
    • Open the header and footer space; find tools
    • Get more help from Word with style galleries
    • Get less help from Word by using Quick Parts
    • Insert page numbers; use “Page X of Y” format
    • Add the current date and time
    • Add the document filename and path
    • Insert an art logo into a header
    • Adjust header and footer position on the page
    • Use varying headers and footers
    • Remove page numbers, headers, and footers
  • Module 7: Create and Customize a Table of Contents
    • Managing a table of contents
    • Generate and update a TOC
    • Create and customize a table of contents
    • Mark other styles for use in a TOC
    • Use outline levels to mark text for a TOC
    • Control TOC content and formatting
    • Customize a TOC by changing styles
    • Remove a TOC
  • Module 8: Create Accessible Documents
    • Create accessible documents
    • Heading styles
    • Paragraph styles
    • Add alt text to images and tables
    • Structure tables for easy navigation
    • Tips and tricks
  • Module 9: Word 2010 Tips and Techniques
    • Word 2010 tips and techniques
    • Open Word quickly
    • Use a template from Office.com
    • Convert a list into a table
    • Make a bulleted list more interesting
    • Crop a picture to shape
    • Zoom with your mouse
    • Put documents on SkyDrive
    • Find and replace text
    • Techniques for selecting things
    • Show or hide the Ribbon
    • Use the Quick Access Toolbar
    • Add a list with checkboxes
  • Module 10: Keyboard Shortcuts
    • Keyboard shortcuts
    • Introduction
    • How to use access keys
    • Access keys in dialog boxes
    • F6: Another kind of access key
    • How to use key combinations
    • Key combos for working with files
    • Moving around a document
    • Key combos for working with text
    • Other handy shortcuts
  • Module 11: Microsoft Office 2010 Security
    • Active Content
    • Enable Content
    • Trusted Documents
    • Protected View
  • Module 12: Microsoft Word 2010 Assessment
    • Microsoft Word 2010 Assessment
  • Module 13: Microsoft Word 2010 Training Resources
  • MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010
  • Module 14: Make the Switch to Excel 2010
    • Switching to Excel 2010
    • Make the switch to Excel 2010
    • Work with files in Backstage view
    • Do the basics on the home tab
    • Math, Anywhere
    • Commands when you need them
    • Keyboard shortcuts
    • Keep your favorite buttons visible
    • Work between new and old Excel versions
  • Module 15: What's New in Excel 2010
    • Access the right tools, at the right time
    • Backstage view in Excel 2010
    • Access workbooks in new ways
    • Make fast, effective comparisons from lists of data
    • Introduction to Sparklines
    • Obtain powerful analysis from your desktop
    • Changes made to functions
    • Create an Excel table
    • Create workbooks with more visual impact
    • Paste with live preview
    • Collaborate on workbooks in new ways
    • Collaborate on a worksheet in the browser
    • Find and fix accessibility issues
    • Extend workbooks in new ways
  • Module 16: Basic Tasks in Excel 2010
    • What is Excel?
    • Create, save, print and apply templates to a workbook
    • Format numbers in a worksheet
    • Create an Excel table, formula and chart your data
    • Filter and sort your data
  • Module 17: Get to Know Excel 2010 - Create Your First Spreadsheet
    • Introduction to spreadsheets
    • Meet the Excel spreadsheet
    • Do basic math in Excel
    • Create column titles
    • Let Excel type for you
    • Get more (or less) columns, rows, spreadsheets
    • Keep column titles in sight as you scroll
    • Prepare to print
  • Module 18: Get to Know Excel 2010 - Create Formulas
    • Introduction to formulas in Excel
    • Formulas in Excel
    • Cell references in formulas
    • The SUM and AVERAGE functions
    • More about cell references and formulas
    • More about functions
  • Module 19: VLOOKUP - What It Is and When to Use It
    • Introduction to VLOOKUP
    • What is VLOOKUP
    • How, and when, to use VLOOKUP
    • Using more than one spreadsheet with VLOOKUP
    • Using absolute cell references with VLOOKUP
    • Avoiding VLOOKUP errors
  • Module 20: Understand Data at a Glance with Conditional Formatting
    • Understand data at a glance with conditional formatting
    • Format cells to make data stand out
    • Quick formatting
    • Work with rules
    • Make your own rules
  • Module 21: Sparklines - Use Tiny Charts to Show Data Trends
    • Sparklines - Use tiny charts to show data trends
    • Introduction to Sparklines
    • Line sparklines
    • Column sparklines
    • Win, loss sparklines
  • Module 22: Use Excel Tables to Manage Information
    • Use Excel tables to manage information
    • Introduction to tables
    • Sort, filter, and remove duplicates
    • Using formulas in tables
    • More about formulas
  • Module 23: The IF Function - What It Is and How To Use It
    • The IF function - what it is, and how to use it
    • Introduction to the IF function
    • Add or multiply IF results
    • Using more than one IF function
  • Module 24: How to Create a Basic Chart in Excel 2010
    • How to create a basic chart in Excel 2010
    • Introduction to charts
    • How spreadsheet data appears in a chart
    • Change the chart view
    • Add chart titles
    • Change the look of your chart
    • Make a pie chart
    • More chart types
  • Module 25: Save Time by Creating and Running Macros in Excel 2010
    • Create and run macros in Excel 2010
    • Create and run macros
    • Edit an existing macro to change what it does
    • Save my macro in the Personal Workbook
    • Assign a button to my macro
  • Module 26: Figure Out Dates by Using Formulas in Excel 2010
    • Figure out dates by using formulas in Excel 2010
    • Dates and formulas
    • Find the number of days between two dates
    • Find the number of workdays between two dates
    • Find the date that falls after a number of workdays
    • Find the date that falls after a number of months
    • Find the date that falls after a year, months, and days
  • Module 27: Plan Payments and Savings in Excel 2010
    • Plan payments and savings in Excel 2010
    • Calculate credit card debt
    • Figure out mortgage payments
    • Calculate vacation savings
    • How a first deposit affects savings
    • Figure out a down payment
    • Paying off a personal loan
    • How much your savings add up to over time
  • Module 28: Keyboard Shortcuts in Excel 2010
    • Keyboard shortcuts
    • Introduction to keyboard shortcuts
    • Basic keyboard shortcuts
    • Keyboard shortcuts for formulas
    • Keyboard shortcuts for moving around workbooks
    • Keyboard shortcuts for selecting
    • Keyboard shortcuts for adding and inserting
    • Keyboard shortcuts for formatting
    • Introduction to access keys
    • Access keys from previous versions
    • Access keys in dialog boxes
    • Other kinds of access key
  • Module 29: Microsoft Excel 2010 Assessment
    • Microsoft Excel 2010 Assessment
  • Module 30: Microsoft Excel 2010 Training Resources
  • MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010
  • Module 31: Making the Switch to PowerPoint 2010
    • Making the Switch to PowerPoint 2010
    • Get acquainted with the ribbon
    • Create slides and format text
    • Insert slide elements
    • Design, animate, review
    • Backstage View
    • Save or undo with the Quick Access Toolbar
    • Keyboard Shortcuts
    • Switch between new and old versions
  • Module 32: What's New in PowerPoint 2010
    • Create, manage, and collaborate with other people
    • Separate PowerPoint presentation files in different windows
    • Enrich your presentations with video, picture, and animations
    • Embed, edit, and play a video in your presentation
    • Trim an audio or video clip
    • Use bookmarks in your audio and video clips
    • Use transitions with 3-D motion graphic effects
    • Copy and paste animated effects from one object to another
    • Deliver and share your presentations more effectively
    • Broadcast your slide show
    • Identify and resolve accessibility issues
  • Module 33: Create Your First PowerPoint 2010 Presentation
    • Create your first PowerPoint 2010 presentation
    • Create slides and add text
    • Choose a layout, insert a picture, apply a theme
    • Change the size and position of slide elements
    • Add more slide content and use formatting
    • Create speaker notes to use when you present
    • Finalize your slides and notes
    • Save, share, and print
  • Module 34: Add Photos to PowerPoint
    • Add Photos to PowerPoint
    • Insert a single Photo
    • Use the Clip Art task pane
    • Create a photo album
    • Crop a photo
    • Position Photos
    • Styles and effects
    • File Sizes
  • Module 35: Insert Video into a Presentation
    • Insert video into a presentation
    • Introduction
    • Embed a video
    • Link to a video
    • Size a video
    • Playback Options
    • Insert a video from a website
  • Module 36: Broadcast a Presentation
    • Broadcast a presentation
    • Introduction
    • Before you broadcast publicly
    • Start a public broadcast
    • Start an internal broadcast
    • Four things to keep in mind
    • Features that change during a broadcast
  • Module 37: Charts and SmartArt in PowerPoint
    • Charts and SmartArt in PowerPoint
    • Visualize text with SmartArt
    • Insert new SmartArt
    • Add text and shapes to SmartArt
    • SmartArt examples
    • Visualize data
    • Insert a column chart
    • Other chart examples
    • Customize a chart
  • Module 38: Animations and Transitions
    • Animations and transitions
    • Getting started with animations
    • Animate text, charts and shapes
    • Apply an animation to all slides
    • Add transitions
    • Animation timing
    • Change order and effects
    • Animations with motion paths
  • Module 39: Keyboard Shortcuts
    • Keyboard shortcuts
    • Use access keys
    • Use access keys in dialog boxes
    • Other kinds of access keys
    • Use key combinations
    • Keys for creating new files and slides
    • Keys for working with text
    • Keys for shapes and objects
    • Keys that start and stop a presentation
  • Module 40: PowerPoint Tips and Techniques
    • PowerPoint Tips and Techniques
    • Start PowerPoint-Templates-Slide from Bullet
    • Crop-Zoom-Reuse
    • Sorter View-Screenshot-Clipping
    • Show or hide the Ribbon-Quick Access bar
  • Module 41: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Assessment
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Assessment
  • Module 42: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Training Resources
  • MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010
  • Module 43: Making the Switch to Microsoft Access 2010
    • Making the switch to Access 2010
    • Get started with Access 2010
    • Start something with the Navigation Pane
    • Get to know the ribbon
    • Use files from previous versions
    • Get started fast with templates and web databases
    • Design on the fly with Layout view
  • Module 44: Design and Create New Tables for a Database
    • Plan for good design
    • Planning a new database
    • Keys and data types
    • Create tables for a new database
    • Saving, adding and navigating your data
  • Module 45: Create Relationships and Queries for a New Database
    • Create relationships for a new database
    • Create relationships
    • Set referential integrity
    • Create lookup fields
    • Create queries for a new database
  • Module 46: Create Forms and Reports for a New Database
    • Create forms for a new database
    • Types of forms
    • Ways to create forms
    • Change forms in Layout view
    • Create reports for a new database
  • Module 47: Build and Publish Web Databases
    • Building and working with online databases through SharePoint
    • Create and publish a web database
    • Save a changed database to the web
    • Create a web database from scratch
    • Add the web to your database
  • Module 48: Access 2010 Keyboard Shortcuts
    • Access 2010 keyboard shortcuts
    • Introduction to keyboard shortcuts
    • Basic keyboard shortcuts
    • Moving around in Access
    • Keyboard shortcuts for selecting
    • Keyboard shortcuts for editing
    • Introduction to access keys
    • Basic access keys
    • Getting around dialog boxes
    • The property sheet and field list
    • Other kinds of access keys
  • Module 49: Microsoft Access 2010 Assessment
    • Microsoft Access 2010 Assessment
  • Module 50: Microsoft Access 2010 Training Resources
  • MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2010
  • Module 51: Making the Switch to Outlook 2010
    • Making the switch to Outlook 2010
    • Find everyday commands in Outlook 2010
    • Create and send messages
    • Read and respond to messages
    • Print and set Outlook options
    • Get around in your Calendar
    • Search and find in Outlook 2010
  • Module 52: What's new in Microsoft Outlook 2010
    • The Ribbon, The File Tab and Conversation View
    • Messages and Meetings Features
    • Instant Search improvements
    • Organizing your inbox conversations
    • Calendar improvements
    • E-mail Attachment features
    • Improved features
  • Module 53: Get Familiar with the Outlook Calendar
    • Get familiar with the Outlook calendar
    • Calendar basics
    • Create meetings
    • Create recurring meetings
    • Use color categories and follow-up flags
    • Set tasks and reminders
    • Set all-day events and free/busy data
  • Module 54: Manage Your Information and Create RSS Web Feeds
    • Manage your information and create RSS web feeds
    • Stay Organized with conditional formatting
    • Conditional formats with calendars and tasks
    • Use your RSS Feeds in Outlook
    • Change settings for your RSS Feeds
    • Manage your RSS feeds with search folders
    • Unsubscribe from an RSS feed
  • Module 55: Organize Messages and Automatic Replies
    • Organize messages and Automatic Replies
    • Better than just Date arrangement
    • Introducing Date (Conversations)
    • Reading the conversation map
    • Acting conversationally
    • Switching views and using Search
    • Use Automatic Replies
    • Send replies without Exchange
    • Rules to manage mails by
  • Module 56: Electronic Business Cards, E-mail Signatures and Instant Search
    • Electronic business cards, e-mail signatures and Instant Search
    • Create electronic business cards
    • Change the look and feel of a card
    • Create e-mail signatures
    • Jazz up your signatures
    • Find it with Instant Search
    • Pile and file with Search Folders
  • Module 57: Organize with Templates and Views
    • Organize with Templates and Views
    • Create and use templates
    • Use templates with calendars, tasks, and contacts
    • Organize your mailbox with views
    • See just what you need with custom views
    • Reduce clutter with Conversations view
  • Module 58: Microsoft Outlook 2010 Assessment
    • Microsoft Outlook 2010 - Assessment
  • Module 59: Microsoft Outlook 2010 Training Resources
  • END OF COURSE ASSESSMENT
  • Module 60: Microsoft Office 2010 Training - Final Assessment
    • Microsoft Office 2010 Training - Final Assessment
Topics List ( 7 )
Module 2: What's New in Word
In this module you will see many of the new features and formatting enhancements of Word 2010.
Topics List ( 9 )
Module 3: Creating Your First Word Document
This module outlines the basics functions of Word 2010, from creating a new document and formatting text to changing page margins and moving around your document.
Topics List ( 4 )
Module 4: Explore Your Document using the Navigation Pane
In this module you will see the features of the new Navigation Pane such as headings management and learn how to find text and objects within the document.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 5: Create Visually Compelling Documents
Visually effective documents stand out and in this module you learn about the new features which allow for greater image and photograph manipulation without leaving Word 2010.
Topics List ( 8 )
Module 7: Create and Customize a Table of Contents
To allow readers of your document to find their way, this module outlines the various methods of creating and formatting a Table of Contents.
Topics List ( 6 )
Module 8: Create Accessible Documents
In this module you will learn the techniques for creating documents which are more accessible to people with disabilities such as visual impairment.
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Module 11: Microsoft Office 2010 Security
This module guides you through the various Security options available within Office 2010, including Protected View, Trusted Documents and Enabling Active Content.
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Module 12: Microsoft Word 2010 Assessment
You must score 80% or more to pass this assessment.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 16: Basic Tasks in Excel 2010
This module will help you get set up and started using Excel. These simple step by step instructions will guide you through creating and saving a workbook and show you how to complete basic tasks.
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Module 17: Get to Know Excel 2010 - Create Your First Spreadsheet
This module will get you started working on a spreadsheet, doing basic math, add and delete columns and rows and prepare the worksheet for printing.
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Module 18: Get to Know Excel 2010 - Create Formulas
This module explains that when working with formulas the results automatically update when values are changed and also how to use functions which are more complicated formulas.
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Module 19: VLOOKUP - What It Is and When to Use It
You will be introduced to VLOOKUP in this module; it is used to look up a value to find corresponding data on the same row.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 20: Understand Data at a Glance with Conditional Formatting
This module explains how to use conditional formatting to make your data stand out, this helps you to analyse data and to determine patterns and trends.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 21: Sparklines - Use Tiny Charts to Show Data Trends
Here you will be shown Sparklines which are tiny charts that fit into a spreadsheet cell, these give a visual representation of your data to help spot patterns and trends.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 22: Use Excel Tables to Manage Information
In this module you will learn to apply tables in Excel, their used to store related information to make it easier to format, sort and total your data.
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Module 23: The IF Function - What It Is and How To Use It
In this module you will learn about the IF function, this checks if a condition you specify is true or false and it executes a reaction depending on the result.
Topics List ( 8 )
Module 24: How to Create a Basic Chart in Excel 2010
There are many different charts in Excel for representing different data visually to show comparisons, patterns and trends.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 25: Save Time by Creating and Running Macros in Excel 2010
You will be shown how to save and execute a macro in this module, macros are used to record a set of instructions you do all the time to use whenever you want.
Topics List ( 8 )
Module 27: Plan Payments and Savings in Excel 2010
You will be shown in this module how to use more complex formulas for figuring out mortgage repayments and calculating the accumulative interest on your savings.
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Module 29: Microsoft Excel 2010 Assessment
You must score 80% or more to pass this assessment.
Topics List ( 8 )
Module 34: Add Photos to PowerPoint
In this module learn how to add photos to a PowerPoint 2010 presentation.
Topics List ( 7 )
Module 35: Insert Video into a Presentation
Learn how to insert video into a PowerPoint 2010 presentation.
Topics List ( 9 )
Module 37: Charts and SmartArt in PowerPoint
In this module learn how to add charts and SmartArt graphics to your PowerPoint 2010 presentation.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 40: PowerPoint Tips and Techniques
In this module learn tips and techniques for effective use of PowerPoint.
Topics List ( 1 )
Module 41: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Assessment
You must score 80% or more to pass this assessment.
Topics List ( 7 )
Module 43: Making the Switch to Microsoft Access 2010
In this module you will be introduced to Access 2010, shown how to navigate the ribbon, save files as ACCDB (2007/2010) files and how to use database templates.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 44: Design and Create New Tables for a Database
This module shows you how to create and design a good database, starting with planning. You will be shown the different keys and data types. And also saving, adding and navigating through your data.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 45: Create Relationships and Queries for a New Database
You will learn to create relationships within your tables to bring your data together here. Also how to extract meaningful information from your database using queries.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 46: Create Forms and Reports for a New Database
Here you will learn to create forms to make your database look more polished. Then you will learn to create reports to represent your data visually.
Topics List ( 5 )
Module 47: Build and Publish Web Databases
This module helps you to create, edit and publish your database for online use to the Microsoft SharePoint Server. You will find out also how to use web browser controls to display web pages in an Access 2010 database.
Topics List ( 1 )
Module 49: Microsoft Access 2010 Assessment
You must score 80% or more to pass this assessment.
Topics List ( 7 )
Module 51: Making the Switch to Outlook 2010
In this module learn why you should make Outlook 2010 your emailing and personal information management system of choice.
Topics List ( 7 )
Module 52: What's new in Microsoft Outlook 2010
In this module learn more about the new features and functionality of Outlook 2010.
Topics List ( 7 )
Module 56: Electronic Business Cards, E-mail Signatures and Instant Search
Learn more about electronic business cards, e-mail signatures and Instant Search.
Topics List ( 1 )
Module 58: Microsoft Outlook 2010 Assessment
You must score 80% or more to pass this asessment.
Topics List ( 1 )
Module 60: Microsoft Office 2010 Training - Final Assessment
You must score 80% or more to pass this assessment.
Course Features
  • Duration

    15-20 Hours

  • Publisher

    Microsoft

  • Video

    Yes

  • Audio

    Yes

  • Assessment

    Yes

  • Certification

    Yes

  • Price

    Free

  • Reward

    50 Pts

  • Responsive

    No

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