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Absolute Beginner

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Learn computer basics and the many features of Windows 10. Course content includes: tools and options available for computer personalization, how to create and manage files and folders, and the use of multiple applications within Windows (such as Edge - Microsoft's new internet browser). In addition, learn customization techniques and how to enhance system performance.


Excel

Level 1  (View Table of Contents)

Excel is a powerful and user-friendly spreadsheet program that allows you to enter, calculate, organize and analyze data. In level 1, you will learn the basics of creating, navigating, saving and moving between spreadsheets. Become familiar with Microsoft's interface (ribbons and controls groups). This course will also cover: working with data; entering simple formulas; editing data and cells; formatting a worksheet; page setup; printing; and more. REQUIREMENTS: Basic computer skills (file and folder management, cut, copy, and paste, etc.) are required to take this class. If you do not have these pre-requisite skills, please register for our Absolute Beginner class.

Level 2 (View Table of Contents)

Topics covered include: expanding formulas and functions, relative and absolute references, working with multiple worksheets, using 3D formulas and references; working with tables; the total row; sorting; filtering using auto filters; advanced filters; data validation and subtotaling; using financial and logical functions; understanding date functions and much more. It is highly recommended that you take Excel 1 prior to registering for this class.

Level 3 (View Table of Contents)

Upon completion of Level 2, continue to learn topics such as creating, modifying and managing charts; creating pivot tables and pivot charts; custom formatting numbers; conditional formatting; working with ranges; the Vlookup function; working with macros; what-if analysis; goal seek, solver, scenarios, data tables, and more. REQUIREMENTS: Must have taken Excel Level 2 to register for this class.


Outlook

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Learn how to use basic and advanced features of Microsoft's Outlook email program. Training covers setting up an email account; composing, sending, and receiving emails; working with contacts & calendars. Dive a little deeper with setting up rules, quick steps, tasks, and to-do lists.


PowerPoint

Level 1  (View Table of Contents)

Learn how to create fabulous presentations. We will start with the basics and continue to insert and modify text, work with graphics, and learn the various ways to print and deliver your presentation.

Level 2  (View Table of Contents)

For those who are already using PowerPoint, this next level teaches you to customize a presentation with themes, backgrounds, and effects; animation techniques; working with data from other sources; and managing and delivering your presentation.


Project

Level 1  (View Table of Contents)

Microsoft Project is a powerful program that allows you to manage and track the progress of your projects. It can help you to control your time, money and resources as well as schedule and track every task related to a project.

Level 2  (View Table of Contents)

Microsoft Project - Level 2 covers updating & tracking projects, working with data from other applications, working with reports, managing multiple projects, & formatting a project file.


Publisher

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Microsoft Publisher enables you to create professional-quality publications such as: newsletters, flyers, letterheads, brochures, etc.  Learn to edit & format text, and work with pages, text frames, paragraphs, images/objects, & tables.


Quickbooks

Quickbooks is currently offered online.  For information or to register, please visit: Ed2Go.com/SCF


Word

Level 1  (View Table of Contents)

Learn the basics of Microsoft's word processing program. Navigate the Microsoft interface (ribbons and control groups) along with the basic features of Word including: creating, saving, & printing documents; entering, editing, & formatting text; using find and replace; spelling and grammar checking; inserting symbols; setting tabs; using bulleted and numbered lists; working with paragraphs; and more. REQUIREMENTS: Basic computer skills (file and folder management, cut, copy, and paste, etc.) are required to take this class. If you do not have these pre-requisite skills, please register for our Absolute Beginner class.

Level 2  (View Table of Contents)

Go beyond the basics of word processing and make professional-looking documents. Use templates and styles; work with graphics; learn mail merging techniques; create mailing & address labels; format long documents with end notes, footers, headers, tables of content and indexes; learn document collaboration techniques, and more. REQUIREMENTS: Completion of Word - Level 1 and/or working knowledge of Microsoft Word.


For more information or to register, please call (941) 363-7203.


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