MICROSOFT® OFFICE ESSENTIALS FOR SMALL COMPANIES
1 session per week
4 hours per session
60 total class hours
To qualify for ETP funding, you must be from a company of 100 or fewer employees. This course is intended for shop floor personnel, production operators and support staff interested in inputting data, corresponding effectively by email and preparing charts and simple reports, among other things.
Introduction to Windows: Windows desktop, window elements, windows accessories, keyboard layout, minimize and maximize and restore a window, move and size a window, scrolling a window, programs and dialog boxes, Windows screen layout, starting applications, basic keyboard typing practice.
MICROSOFT WORD 2010
Getting Started with Word 2010: wrap text and correct spelling, delete and insert text, combine and split paragraphs, saving files, printing, and building typing speed on the computer.
Editing Skills: selecting and editing text, viewing and scrolling through a document, undo and redo actions, formatting characters, applying underline and other character effects, change case, and continue practice building typing speed on the computer.
File Management: taskbar, windows explorer, displaying and changing folders, creating folders, moving and copying files, deleting files, finding files.
MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010
Getting Started with Excel 2010: screen elements, using menus and toolbars, undo and redo, navigating within a worksheet, entering and editing data, changing column widths, aligning labels, creating a simple worksheet.
Designing and printing a worksheet: planning and sketching a worksheet, entering row and column labels, entering text data, entering formulas, naming worksheet tabs, creating user documentation, protecting a worksheet, previewing a worksheet prior to printing, choosing page orientation, formatting on the page, printing a worksheet.
Worksheet editing and formulas: copying and pasting data, displaying multiple toolbars, naming individual and groups of cells, naming a constant, creating formulas using cell and variable names, spell checking, and using Find and Replace.
MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER & OUTLOOK EMAIL
Exploring the Internet: what is the Internet, typing Internet addresses, searching the Internet, navigating web pages, finding text in a web page, printing a web page.
Introduction to Outlook and E-Mail: starting outlook, identifying parts of the outlook window, addressing, composing, and sending e-mail, sending attachments, reading e-mail, printing e-mail.