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Microsoft Office 2010 - Revised 2018

Learn how to use Microsoft Office 2010 and improve your organisational ability and computer skills today.

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This free online Microsoft Office 2010 training course includes a compilation of web-based training for five Microsoft Office 2010 software products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. The course will teach you how to use the new features of Microsoft 2010 and enhance your existing Microsoft Office skills, giving you a valuable boost to your working day and career development.
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    15-20 Oras
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Microsoft Office has five software products that are useful for both students and professionals. This free online course will help you master the functions, capabilities, and uses of Microsoft Word 2010, Microsoft Excel 2010, Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, Microsoft Access 2010, and Microsoft Outlook 2010. The advantages of mastering these Microsoft Office tools are endless, whether you want to ace your schoolwork or improve your career skills.

If you have used an older version of Microsoft Office, particularly 2003 and 2007 version, you will be amazed by the new features of Microsoft Office 2010! For students who have completed our ABC IT introductory computer course, the Microsoft Office 2010 course is the perfect next step for getting your Microsoft Office skills up-to-date.

This Microsoft Office online course is for anyone who wants to improve their office skill, organisational ability, and computer knowledge. Whether you are a student with loads of computer-related work, or a professional who needs staff with MS Office skills, this course is for you. So get started with this free course, and improve your MS Office skills today.

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Module 1: Making the switch to Word 2010

Module 2: Whats's New in Word

Module 3: Creating your first Word document

Module 4: Explore Your Document using the Navigation Pane

Module 5: Create visually compelling documents

Module 6: Get control of Page Numbers, Headers, and Footers

Module 7: Create and Customize a Table of Contents

Module 8: Create accessible documents

Module 9: Word 2010 tips and techniques

Module 10: Keyboard Shortcuts

Module 11: Microsoft Office 2010 Security

Module 12: Making the switch to Excel 2010

Module 13: What's new in Excel 2010

Module 14: Basic Tasks in Excel 2010

Module 15: Create your first spreadsheet

Module 16: Create Formulas

Module 17: VLOOKUP - What it is and when to use it

Module 18: Understand Data at a glance with Conditional Formatting

Module 19: Sparklines - Use tiny charts to show data trends

Module 20: Use Excel tables to manage information

Module 21: The IF Function - What it is and how to use it

Module 22: How to create a basic chart in Excel 2010

Module 23: Save time by creating and running macros in Excel 2010

Module 24: Figure out dates by using formulas in Excel 2010

Module 25: Plan payments and savings in Excel 2010

Module 26: Keyboard shortcuts in Excel 2010

Module 27: First Assessment (Word & Excel)

Module 28: Making the switch to PowerPoint 2010

Module 29: What's new in PowerPoint 2010

Module 30: Create your first PowerPoint 2010 presentation

Module 31: Add photos to PowerPoint

Module 32: Insert video into a presentation

Module 33: Broadcast a presentation

Module 34: Charts and SmartArt in PowerPoint

Module 35: Animations and Transitions

Module 36: Keyboard Shortcuts

Module 37: PowerPoint Tips and Techniques

Module 38: Making the Switch to Microsoft Access 2010

Module 39: Design and Create New Tables for a Database

Module 40: Create Relationships and Queries for a New Database

Module 41: Create Forms and Reports for a New Database

Module 42: Build and Publish Web Databases

Module 43: Access 2010 Keyboard Shortcuts

Module 44: Making the Switch to Outlook 2010

Module 45: What's new in Microsoft Outlook 2010

Module 46: Get Familiar with the Outlook Calendar

Module 47: Manage Your Information and Create RSS Web Feeds

Module 48: Organise Messages and Automatic Replies

Module 49: Electronic Business Cards, E-mail Signatures and Instant Search

Module 50: Organise with Templates and Views

Module 51: Second Assessment (PowerPoint, Access and Outlook)

Course assessment

Learning Outcomes

Having completed this course you will be able to:

  • Explain Microsoft Word 2010 functions capabilities and uses.
  • Explain Microsoft Excel 2010 functions capabilities and uses.
  • Explain Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 functions capabilities and uses.
  • Explain Microsoft Access 2010 functions capabilities and uses.
  • Explain Microsoft Outlook 2010 functions capabilities and uses.


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