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Excel 2016

Getting Started with Formulas in Excel 2016
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Create basic formulas applying the correct structure. Create formulas using the function libraries of Excel.
  • Formulas
  • Calculate Totals Using The Quick Analysis Tool
  • Excel Functions
  • Relative vs Absolute Cell References
  • Structured References
  • Add a Formula to a Table Column
  • Disabling the Use of Table Names in Formulas
  • Named Ranges
  • Common Excel Errors
Functions in Excel 2016
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Explore Excel's wide variety of built-in functions in the function libraries.
  • Date Functions
  • Text Functions
  • Logical Functions
  • AND/OR Functions
  • Lookup and Reference Functions
  • Statistical Functions
  • The Convert Function
  • INDEX Function
Sorting, Filtering, and Other Data Commands in Excel 2016
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Explore a variety of techniques for displaying precisely the information you need in a given moment or for a particular purpose. Use subtotals to stay apprised of activity in smaller groups of numbers.
  • Basic Sorting and Filtering
  • Sort Data
  • Formatting Using the Quick Analysis Tool
  • Using Conditional Formatting
  • Using AutoFilter
  • Find and Remove Duplicate Data
  • Advanced Filters
  • Using Filter Operators
  • Create Subtotals
  • Copying Filtered or Subtotal Data
  • Text to Columns
  • The Watch Window
Working with Charts in Excel 2016
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Charts allow you to present numeric information in an attractive, easily edited, and highly customizable graphical form. Choose one of Excel's many built-in styles to present your information for maximum impact, and display the impact of trends or forecasts according to data you choose.
  • Creating A Chart
  • Visualize Data Using The Quick Analysis Tool
  • Recommended Charts
  • Format a Chart
  • Quick Format Buttons
  • Modifying Chart Data
  • Working with Trendlines
  • Sparkline Charts
  • Create a Combo Chart
  • Format Chart Data Labels
  • Saving a Custom Chart as a Template
Working with Tables in Excel 2016
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Work with Tables and Slicers in Excel 2016.
  • Create an Excel Table
  • Modify an Excel Table
  • Using AutoFilters in Excel Tables
  • Slicers in Tables
  • Table Totals
Formatting in Excel 2016
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Learn the basics of rows and columns - the structure through which excel stores your information - and how to manage them. Explore techniques for quick entry and basic calculations. Explore a variety of techniques for giving data a visually attractive, easy-to-understand appearance.
  • Formatting Worksheets
  • Excel Mini Toolbar
  • Working with Live Preview
  • Cell Borders and Fill Options
  • Working with Text Alignment
  • Cell Formats
  • Working with Styles
  • Header and Footer
  • Automatically Fill a Row or Column
  • Flash Fill
  • Formatting Using the Quick Analysis Tool
  • Working with Templates
  • Working with Themes
  • Screenshot
Getting Started with Excel 2016
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Learn your way around the excel window, the basics of creating and saving excel files, and how to view and arrange worksheets for ease of use.
  • Elements of the Excel 2016 Window
  • Getting Help
  • Excel Options
  • Managing Workbooks
  • Excel File Formats
  • Saving Your Workbook
  • Managing Worksheets
  • Rows and Columns
  • Entering Data
  • The Quick Analysis Tool
  • Find and Select Data
  • The Excel Status Bar
  • Document Views
  • Workbook Views
  • Page Layout
  • The Office Clipboard
  • Paste Options
  • The Paste Values Feature
  • Using the Paste Special Feature
  • Apps for Office
  • Setting the Print Area and Print Titles
  • Preview & Print
Customizing the Excel 2016 Environment
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Make your Excel interface yours!
  • Customize the Excel Ribbon
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Customize the Excel Options General Page
  • Customize the Excel Proofing Options
  • Customize How Your Excel Worksheets are Saved
  • Customizing the Excel Options Advanced Settings
Exporting and Importing Data in Excel 2016
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Flow data into and out of Excel.
  • Exporting Your Excel Data
  • Data Export File Types
  • Importing External Data
  • Importing Data from Text
  • Importing Data from the Web
  • Creating a Web Query
Working with Multiple Worksheets in Excel 2016
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While data are routinely stored on a single worksheet, excel does not limit your calculations to that sheet. Use a variety of methods to collect, calculate, and present information from many sheets simultaneously in the format you choose.
  • Working Across Worksheets or Workbooks
  • Working With Worksheet Tabs
  • Changing the Worksheet Tab Color
  • Multiple Sheet Formulas
  • Consolidating Data
Collaborating with Others in Excel 2016
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Learn to work collaboratively, using built in Excel tools.
  • Data Validation
  • Protecting Microsoft Excel Worksheets
  • Send a Workbook to a Recipient as an Attachment
  • Share an Excel Workbook
  • Track Changes in Excel
  • Use Comments in Excel
  • Merging Excel Workbooks
Working with Styles, Themes, and Shapes in Excel 2016
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Simplify the process of creating professional-looking Excel documents.
  • Working with Styles
  • Working with Themes
  • Working with Shapes
Tips and Tricks in Excel 2016
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Become an Excel Expert.
  • Customize the Excel Ribbon
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Changing the Worksheet Tab Color
  • The Excel Status Bar
  • Protecting Microsoft Excel Worksheets
  • Recover Unsaved Workbooks
  • The Office Clipboard
  • Automatically Fill a Row or Column
  • Basic Sorting and Filtering
  • View Multiple Worksheets Side by Side
  • The Split View Feature
  • Cell Formats
  • The Paste Values Feature
  • SmartArt
  • The Align Feature
  • The Selection Pane
Working with PivotTables in Excel 2016
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PivotTables enable you to organize and summarize your data so that it includes the information you want to display and excludes the rest. Change a PivotTable's focus by moving the fields to different locations, and create PivotCharts to represent the data in a graphical format.
  • PivotTables
  • Edit a PivotTable
  • Working with PivotTable Fields
  • Grouping in PivotTables
  • PivotCharts
  • Add Slicers to a PivotTable
  • Add Timelines to a PivotTable
Working with Macros and Objects in Excel 2016
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Instead of repeatedly performing routine and/or complex tasks, let Excel remember them for you so they can be carried out with a click or a keystroke - then store them on your quick access toolbar for easy access. Enhance the appeal and impact of your worksheet by including visual objects that supplement your data, then format and arrange them for maximum effect.
  • The Developer Tab
  • Microsoft Excel Trust Center
  • Working with Macros
  • Working with Shapes
  • Edit a Macro
Working with PowerPivots in Excel 2016
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Explore the built-in functionality of PowerPivot, a free add-in for Microsoft Excel. PowerPivot builds on the concept of PivotTable data and cross-tabulation feature.
  • Enabling PowerPivot in Excel
  • Getting Started with PowerPivot
  • Create a PowerPivot Data Model
  • Creating and Managing PowerPivot Relationships
  • Add KPIs to a PowerPivot or a PivotTable
  • PowerPivot Functions
  • Add Calculations in a PowerPivot
  • The Power View Feature
  • Filter and Highlight Data in Your Power View Report

Word 2016

Formatting in Word 2016
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Use a wide variety of formatting options to enhance the appearance of your text, including color, font, size, and even animation! Learn how to arrange text on a page to increase clarity and visual interest using formatting features, then preview and print your document.
  • Working with Text
  • Formatting Text
  • Text Effects
  • Using Tabs for Text Alignment
  • Formatting a Document
  • Sort Information in a List
  • Print Preview and Print
Getting Started with Word 2016
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Learn your way around the word window, the basics of creating and saving word files, the various ways in which to display a file in order to see just the elements you need in a given moment, and the basics of entering text.
  • Elements of the Word 2016 Window
  • Managing Word Documents
  • Reading a Word Document
  • Viewing Documents
  • Getting Help
  • Word Options
  • Cut, Copy, and Paste Options
Working with Tables in Word 2016
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Learn to use Tables in Word.
  • Creating a Table
  • Formatting a Table
  • Customize Table Appearance
  • Modify Table Structure
  • Convert Text into a Table
  • Insert a Microsoft Excel Table in Word
  • Sort Table Data
  • Formulas and Functions
Working with Charts in Word 2016
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Learn to work with the Chart tool in Word.
  • Creating a Chart in Word
  • Chart Components
  • Resize a Chart
  • Modifying a Chart
  • Customize Structure
  • Format Chart Appearance
  • Updating Chart Data
  • Changing the Chart Type
  • Editing Chart Data
Working with Shapes and Graphics in Word 2016
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via Word's dynamic visuals.
  • Working with Text Boxes
  • Working with WordArt
  • Inserting Equations and Symbols
  • The Selection Pane
  • Working with Shapes
  • Working with Pictures
  • Working with SmartArt
  • Editing Shapes in SmartArt Graphics
Document Collaboration and Revision in Word 2016
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Learn to use the Collaboration and Revision tools in Word 2016.
  • Reviewing Tools
  • Working with Comments
  • Track, Accept, and Reject Changes
  • Review and Compare Documents
  • Protecting Documents
The Reference Features in Word 2016
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Use Word's built-in reference tools.
  • Table of Contents
  • Create an Index
  • Create Footnotes and Endnotes
  • The Bookmark Feature
  • Create and Apply a Caption
  • Cross-reference Document Information
  • Mark Citations for a Table of Authorities
  • Create a Table of Authorities
Useful Tools in Word 2016
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Some features in Word can simply make your life easier.
  • Editing a PDF
  • Page Borders and Colors
  • The Cover Page Feature
  • Spelling and Grammar Check
  • Find and Replace
  • The Thesaurus
  • The Quick Part Gallery
  • Bullets and Numbering
  • AutoCorrect and AutoFormat
  • Using Watermarks
  • Screenshot
Working with Styles and Themes in Word 2016
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Simplify the process of creating professional-looking Word documents.
  • Working with Styles
  • Modifying a Style
  • Working with Document Themes
Customizing Your Word 2016 Environment
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Make the Word environment your own!
  • Customizing the Word General Options
  • Customizing the Word Proofing Options
  • Customizing How Your Documents are Saved
  • Customizing the Word Options Advanced Settings
  • Customize the Word Ribbon
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
Formatting Letters and Creating Mail Merges in Word 2016
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Learn to properly format a letter and perform a mail merge.
  • Working with Letter Format Options
  • Creating a Mail Merge
  • Creating Envelopes and Labels

Access 2013

Getting Started with Access 2013
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Become familiar with the arrangement of the access screen, the components of a database, and how to get help when necessary. Learn the recognized approach for planning a database, then create the basic structure.
  • Elements of the Access 2013 Database Window
  • The Access Navigation Pane
  • Creating a New Database
  • Comparing Views
  • Setting the Tabbed Documents View Option
  • The Database Design Process
  • Naming Conventions
  • Getting Help
Access 2013: Comparing Views
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  • Comparing Views
Access 2013: Creating a New Database
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  • Creating a New Database
Access 2013: Setting the Tabbed Documents View Option
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  • Setting the Tabbed Documents View Option
Access 2013: The Access Navigation Pane
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  • The Access Navigation Pane
  • Changing Viewable Objects
  • Create a Custom Group
Access 2013: Using Microsoft Access Help
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  • Using Microsoft Access Help
  • Query Basics in Access 2013
Query Basics in Access 2013
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Queries allow you to ask questions of the information in your database. Explore the four approaches to asking such questions.
  • Types of Queries
  • Creating Basic Queries
  • Controlling Query Data Part 1
  • Controlling Query Data Part 2
Access 2013: Creating a Calculated Field
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  • Creating a Calculated Field
  • Adding Multiple Criteria in Query Design
Access 2013: Use the Query Design View
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  • Use the Query Design View
  • Use the Simple or Crosstab Query Wizards
Access 2013: Using Filters in the Datasheet View
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  • Using Filters in the Datasheet View
  • Removing Filters in the Datasheet View
  • Adding Single Criterion in Query Design
Relationships in Access 2013
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Explore how Access utilizes relationships to connect data.
  • Primary Key Fields
  • Creating Table Relationships
  • Working with Subdatasheets
Table Basics in Access 2013
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Having planned and created your database file, begin by adding or editing tables, which will store data. Next, tell access how the new tables relate to each other and begin entering data.
  • Using the Datasheet View to Create Tables, Add Fields, and Assign Data Types
  • Creating Tables
  • Data Types
  • Complex Data Types
  • Database Object Models - Application Parts
Access 2013: Associate Data to the Rich-text Memo Feature
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  • Associate Data to the Rich-text Memo Feature
  • Allow Multiple Values for a Data Field
  • Use the Calculated Data Type
Access 2013: Database Object Models - Application Parts
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  • Database Object Models - Application Parts
  • Create a Custom Application Part
Access 2013: Use the Datasheet View
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  • Use the Datasheet View
  • Create a User Defined Data Type
Access 2013: Using the Design View
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  • Using the Design View
Working with Reports in Access 2013
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Access offers the ability to create reports on the information it houses. Learn to generate these reports, and create your own specialized reports for future use.
  • Report Types
  • Exporting Reports to PDF
  • Interactive Layout View for Forms and Reports
  • Enhancing Forms and Reports
  • Working with Reports in the Design View
  • Managing Control Properties
  • Using Functions
Creating Forms in Access 2013
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Forms make it easier to collect the information you want. Learn to build forms, through which you or other users can add, edit, or view the information stored in your database.
  • Form Types
  • Working with Forms in the Design View
  • Enhancing Forms and Reports
  • Specifying Control Properties
  • Adding Controls
Customizing and Controlling Tables in Access 2013
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Control the way access stores, handles, and displays table information, using special formatting to facilitate data entry and minimize error.
  • Specifying Field Properties
  • Using Input Masks
  • Creating Lookup Columns
Working with Macros in Access 2013
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Instead of repeatedly performing routine and/or complex tasks, let access remember them for you so they can be carried out with a click or a keystroke - then store them on your quick access toolbar for easy access.
  • Creating Macros
  • Working with Embedded Macros
  • Event vs. Event Properties

Access 2013

Advanced Queries in Access 2013
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Add power to your basic queries by including calculations, setting criteria, and formatting information for maximum visual impact.
  • Total Queries
  • Crosstab Queries
  • Expression Builder Feature
  • Advanced Query Calculation
  • Action Queries
Enhancing Form Usability in Access 2013
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Go beyond standard forms.
  • Adding Command Buttons
  • Using the Themes Group
  • Organizing with Tab Controls
  • Working with Subforms
Working with Other Microsoft Applications and Access 2013
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Share data between access and other Microsoft office applications.
  • Importing External Data
  • Exporting Data
  • Using Office Links Options

Excel 2013

Getting Started with Formulas in Excel 2013
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Create basic formulas applying the correct structure. Create formulas using the function libraries of Excel.
  • Formulas
  • Calculate Totals Using The Quick Analysis Tool
  • Excel Functions
  • Relative vs Absolute Cell References
  • Structured References
  • Add a Formula to a Table Column
  • Disabling the Use of Table Names in Formulas
  • Named Ranges
  • Common Excel Errors
Excel 2013: Add a Formula to a Table Column
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  • Add a Formula to a Table Column
Excel 2013: Calculate Totals Using The Quick Analysis Tool
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  • Calculate Totals Using The Quick Analysis Tool
Excel 2013: Common Excel Errors
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  • Common Excel Errors
Excel 2013: Disabling the Use of Table Names in Formulas
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  • Disabling the Use of Table Names in Formulas
Excel 2013: Excel Functions
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  • Excel Functions
Excel 2013: Formulas
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  • Formulas
Excel 2013: Named Ranges
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  • Named Ranges
Excel 2013: Relative vs Absolute Cell References
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  • Relative vs Absolute Cell References
Excel 2013: Structured References
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  • Structured References
Functions in Excel 2013
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Explore Excel's wide variety of built-in functions in the function libraries.
  • Date Functions
  • Text Functions
  • Logical Functions
  • AND/OR Functions
  • Lookup and Reference Functions
  • Statistical Functions
  • The Convert Function
  • INDEX Function
Excel 2013: AND/OR Functions
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  • AND/OR Functions
Excel 2013: Date Functions
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  • Date Functions
Excel 2013: INDEX Function
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  • INDEX Function
Excel 2013: Logical Functions
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  • Logical Functions
Excel 2013: Lookup and Reference Functions
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  • Lookup and Reference Functions
Excel 2013: Statistical Functions
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  • Statistical Functions
Excel 2013: Text Functions
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  • Text Functions
Excel 2013: The Convert Function
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  • The Convert Function
Sorting, Filtering, and Other Data Commands in Excel 2013
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Explore a variety of techniques for displaying precisely the information you need in a given moment or for a particular purpose. Use subtotals to stay apprised of activity in smaller groups of numbers.
  • Basic Sorting and Filtering
  • Sort Data
  • Formatting Using the Quick Analysis Tool
  • Using Conditional Formatting
  • Using AutoFilter
  • Find and Remove Duplicate Data
  • Advanced Filters
  • Using Filter Operators
  • Create Subtotals
  • Copying Filtered or Subtotal Data
  • Text to Columns
  • The Watch Window
Excel 2013: Advanced Filters
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  • Advanced Filters
Excel 2013: Basic Sorting and Filtering
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  • Basic Sorting and Filtering
Excel 2013: Copying Filtered or Subtotal Data
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  • Copying Filtered or Subtotal Data
Excel 2013: Create Subtotals
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  • Create Subtotals
Excel 2013: Find and Remove Duplicate Data
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  • Find and Remove Duplicate Data
Excel 2013: Formatting Using the Quick Analysis Tool
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  • Formatting Using the Quick Analysis Tool
Excel 2013: Sort Data
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  • Sort Data
Excel 2013: Text to Columns
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  • Text to Columns
Excel 2013: The Watch Window
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Excel 2013: Using AutoFilter
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  • Using AutoFilter
Excel 2013: Using Conditional Formatting
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  • Using Conditional Formatting
Working with Charts in Excel 2013
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Charts allow you to present numeric information in an attractive, easily edited, and highly customizable graphical form. Choose one of Excel's many built-in styles to present your information for maximum impact, and display the impact of trends or forecasts according to data you choose.
  • Creating A Chart
  • Visualize Data Using The Quick Analysis Tool
  • Recommended Charts
  • Format a Chart
  • Quick Format Buttons
  • Modifying Chart Data
  • Working with Trendlines
  • Sparkline Charts
  • Create a Combo Chart
  • Format Chart Data Labels
  • Saving a Custom Chart as a Template
Excel 2013: Create a Combo Chart
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  • Create a Combo Chart
Excel 2013: Creating A Chart
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Excel 2013: Format a Chart
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  • Format a Chart
Excel 2013: Format Chart Data Labels
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  • Format Chart Data Labels
Excel 2013: Modifying Chart Data
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  • Modifying Chart Data
Excel 2013: Quick Format Buttons
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  • Quick Format Buttons
Excel 2013: Recommended Charts
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  • Recommended Charts
Excel 2013: Saving a Custom Chart as a Template
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  • Saving a Custom Chart as a Template
Excel 2013: Sparkline Charts
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  • Sparkline Charts
Excel 2013: Visualize Data Using The Quick Analysis Tool
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  • Visualize Data Using The Quick Analysis Tool
Excel 2013: Working with Trendlines
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  • Working with Trendlines
Working with Tables in Excel 2013
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Work with Tables and Slicers in Excel 2013.
  • Create an Excel Table
  • Modify an Excel Table
  • Using AutoFilters in Excel Tables
  • Slicers in Tables
  • Table Totals
Excel 2013: Create an Excel Table
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  • Create an Excel Table

Excel 2013

Excel 2013: Modify an Excel Table
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  • Modify an Excel Table
Excel 2013: Slicers in Tables
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  • Slicers in Tables
Excel 2013: Table Totals
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Excel 2013: Using AutoFilters in Excel Tables
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Formatting in Excel 2013
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Learn the basics of rows and columns - the structure through which excel stores your information - and how to manage them. Explore techniques for quick entry and basic calculations. Explore a variety of techniques for giving data a visually attractive, easy-to-understand appearance.
  • Formatting Worksheets
  • Excel Mini Toolbar
  • Working with Live Preview
  • Cell Borders and Fill Options
  • Working with Text Alignment
  • Cell Formats
  • Working with Styles
  • Header and Footer
  • Automatically Fill a Row or Column
  • Flash Fill
  • Formatting Using the Quick Analysis Tool
  • Working with Templates
  • Working with Themes
  • Screenshot
Excel 2013: Automatically Fill a Row or Column
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  • Automatically Fill a Row or Column
Excel 2013: Cell Borders and Fill Options
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  • Cell Borders and Fill Options
Excel 2013: Cell Formats
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  • Cell Formats
Excel 2013: Excel Mini Toolbar
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  • Excel Mini Toolbar
Excel 2013: Flash Fill
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Excel 2013: Formatting Using the Quick Analysis Tool
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  • Formatting Using the Quick Analysis Tool
Excel 2013: Formatting Worksheets
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  • Formatting Worksheets
Excel 2013: Header and Footer
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  • Header and Footer
Excel 2013: Screenshot
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Excel 2013: Working with Live Preview
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  • Working with Live Preview
Excel 2013: Working with Styles
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  • Working with Styles
Excel 2013: Working with Templates
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Excel 2013: Working with Text Alignment
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Excel 2013: Working with Themes
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Getting Started with Excel 2013
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Learn your way around the excel window, the basics of creating and saving excel files, and how to view and arrange worksheets for ease of use.
  • Elements of the Excel 2013 Window
  • Getting Help
  • Excel Options
  • Managing Workbooks
  • Excel File Formats
  • Saving Your Workbook
  • Managing Worksheets
  • Rows and Columns
  • Entering Data
  • The Quick Analysis Tool
  • Find and Select Data
  • The Excel Status Bar
  • Document Views
  • Workbook Views
  • Page Layout
  • The Office Clipboard
  • Paste Options
  • The Paste Values Feature
  • Using the Paste Special Feature
  • Apps for Office
  • Setting the Print Area and Print Titles
  • Preview & Print
Customizing the Excel 2013 Environment
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Make your Excel interface yours!
  • Customize the Excel Ribbon
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Customize the Excel Options General Page
  • Customize the Excel Proofing Options
  • Customize How Your Excel Worksheets are Saved
  • Customizing the Excel Options Advanced Settings
Excel 2013 Advanced Filters
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Make use of Excel's built in tool to handle complex data-sets.
  • Set up the Criteria Range
  • Apply Advanced Filters
  • Display All Data
Exporting and Importing Data in Excel 2013
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Flow data into and out of Excel.
  • Exporting Your Excel Data
  • Data Export File Types
  • Importing External Data
  • Importing Data from Text
  • Importing Data from the Web
  • Creating a Web Query
Excel 2013: Creating a Web Query
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  • Creating a Web Query
Excel 2013: Exporting Your Excel Data
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  • Exporting Your Excel Data
Excel 2013: Importing Data from Text
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  • Importing Data from Text
Excel 2013: Importing Data from the Web
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  • Importing Data from the Web
Excel 2013: Importing External Data
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  • Importing External Data
Working with Multiple Worksheets in Excel 2013
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While data are routinely stored on a single worksheet, excel does not limit your calculations to that sheet. Use a variety of methods to collect, calculate, and present information from many sheets simultaneously in the format you choose.
  • Working Across Worksheets or Workbooks
  • Working With Worksheet Tabs
  • Changing the Worksheet Tab Color
  • Multiple Sheet Formulas
  • Consolidating Data
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  • Changing the Worksheet Tab Color
Excel 2013: Consolidating Data
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Excel 2013: Multiple Sheet Formulas
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Excel 2013: Working Across Worksheets or Workbooks
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Excel 2013: Working With Worksheet Tabs
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Collaborating with Others in Excel 2013
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Learn to work collaboratively, using built in Excel tools.
  • Data Validation
  • Protecting Microsoft Excel Worksheets
  • Send a Workbook to a Recipient as an Attachment
  • Share an Excel Workbook
  • Track Changes in Excel
  • Use Comments in Excel
  • Merging Excel Workbooks
Working with Styles, Themes, and Shapes in Excel 2013
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Simplify the process of creating professional-looking Excel documents.
  • Working with Styles
  • Working with Themes
  • Working with Shapes
Tips and Tricks in Excel 2013
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Become an Excel Expert.
  • Customize the Excel Ribbon
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Changing the Worksheet Tab Color
  • The Excel Status Bar
  • Protecting Microsoft Excel Worksheets
  • Recover Unsaved Workbooks
  • The Office Clipboard
  • Automatically Fill a Row or Column
  • Basic Sorting and Filtering
  • View Multiple Worksheets Side by Side
  • The Split View Feature
  • Cell Formats
  • The Paste Values Feature
  • SmartArt
  • The Align Feature
  • The Selection Pane
Working with PivotTables in Excel 2013
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PivotTables enable you to organize and summarize your data so that it includes the information you want to display and excludes the rest. Change a PivotTable's focus by moving the fields to different locations, and create PivotCharts to represent the data in a graphical format.
  • PivotTables
  • Edit a PivotTable
  • Working with PivotTable Fields
  • Grouping in PivotTables
  • PivotCharts
  • Add Slicers to a PivotTable
  • Add Timelines to a PivotTable
Excel 2013: Add Slicers to a PivotTable
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Excel 2013: Add Timelines to a PivotTable
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Excel 2013: Edit A PivotTable
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Excel 2013: Grouping in PivotTables
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Excel 2013: Working with PivotTable Fields
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Working with Macros and Objects in Excel 2013
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Instead of repeatedly performing routine and/or complex tasks, let Excel remember them for you so they can be carried out with a click or a keystroke - then store them on your quick access toolbar for easy access. Enhance the appeal and impact of your worksheet by including visual objects that supplement your data, then format and arrange them for maximum effect.
  • The Developer Tab
  • Microsoft Excel Trust Center
  • Working with Macros
  • Working with Shapes
  • Edit a Macro
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Working with PowerPivots in Excel 2013
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Explore the built-in functionality of PowerPivot, a free add-in for Microsoft Excel. PowerPivot builds on the concept of PivotTable data and cross-tabulation feature.
  • Enabling PowerPivot in Excel
  • Getting Started with PowerPivot
  • Create a PowerPivot Data Model
  • Creating and Managing PowerPivot Relationships
  • Add KPIs to a PowerPivot or a PivotTable
  • PowerPivot Functions
  • Add Calculations in a PowerPivot
  • The Power View Feature
  • Filter and Highlight Data in Your Power View Report

Outlook 2013

Customize Your Outlook 2013 Environment
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Make your Outlook interface yours!
  • Customize the Outlook Ribbon
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Customize the Outlook Options General Page
  • Customizing the Outlook Options Mail Settings
  • Customizing the Outlook Options Advanced Settings
Getting Started with Outlook 2013
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Learn your way around the outlook window and use the various 'panes' that keep information available at a glance. Explore Outlook's new message management features that keep critical information at the fore automatically.
  • Getting Started with Outlook
  • Elements of the Outlook Window
  • The Outlook Ribbons
  • The File Tab
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Getting Help
  • E-mail Folders
  • Reading Pane
  • The Outlook To-Do Bar
  • Instant Search
  • Composing Messages
Outlook 2013: Composing Messages
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  • Composing Messages
  • E-Mail Basics
  • Managing Attachments
  • Using Tags
Outlook 2013: E-mail Folders
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Outlook 2013: Elements of the Outlook Window
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Outlook 2013: Getting Help
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  • Using Microsoft Outlook Help
Outlook 2013: Getting Started with Outlook
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  • Getting Started with Outlook
  • Email
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  • Tasks
  • Notes
  • Journal
Outlook 2013: Instant Search
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Outlook 2013: Reading Pane
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  • Reading Pane
  • Display the Reading Pane
  • View Messages in the Reading Pane
  • Save Attachments from the Reading Pane
  • Preview an Attachment
  • Sort Messages
Outlook 2013: The File Tab
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  • The File Tab
  • File Tab Functionality
Outlook 2013: The Outlook Ribbons
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  • The Outlook Ribbons
  • The Home Ribbon Tab
  • The Send/Receive Ribbon Tab
  • The Folder Ribbon Tab
  • The View Ribbon Tab
Outlook 2013: The Outlook To-Do Bar
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  • Display the To-Do Bar
  • Hide the To-Do Bar
Outlook 2013: The Quick Access Toolbar
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  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Add Standard Quick Access Toolbar Buttons
  • Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
Managing Your Calendar in Outlook 2013
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Customize your appointments to make them informative and easy to find. Let Outlook handle the details of scheduling meetings and relevant information automatically.
  • Customizing the Outlook Options Calendar Settings
  • Managing Calendar Views
  • The Overlay View
  • Managing Calendar Layouts
  • Creating Multiple Calendars
  • Using the Scheduling Assistant
  • Find a Meeting Room
  • Categorize Your Meetings
  • Managing Calendar Requests for Another Person
  • Adding Meeting Notes Using OneNote
Outlook 2013: Adding Meeting Notes Using OneNote
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  • Adding Meeting Notes Using OneNote
  • Sharing Notes
  • Taking Notes
  • Managing Your Contacts in Outlook 2013
Outlook 2013: Categorize Your Meetings
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Outlook 2013: Creating Multiple Calendars
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Outlook 2013: Customizing the Outlook Options Calendar Settings
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  • Customizing the Outlook Options Calendar Settings
Outlook 2013: Find a Meeting Room
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Outlook 2013: Managing Calendar Layouts
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  • Daily Task List
  • Folder Pane
  • Reading Pane
  • To-Do Bar
Outlook 2013: Managing Calendar Requests for Another Person
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Outlook 2013: Managing Calendar Views
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  • Managing Calendar Views
  • Change the Calendar View
  • Create a New Calendar View
  • Edit Calendar Views
Outlook 2013: The Overlay View
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Outlook 2013: Using the Scheduling Assistant
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Managing Your Contacts in Outlook 2013
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Customize your appointments to make them informative and easy to find. Let Outlook handle the details of scheduling meetings and relevant information automatically.
  • Customizing the Outlook Options People Settings
  • Importing Contacts
  • Editing a Contact
  • Attaching an Image to a Contact
  • Adding Tags to Contacts
  • Deleting a Contact
  • Forwarding Contacts
  • Sharing Contacts
  • Working with Contact Groups
  • Printing Contacts
  • Using the Outlook Social Connector
Outlook 2013: Adding Tags to Contacts
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Outlook 2013: Attaching an Image to a Contact
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Outlook 2013: Customizing the Outlook Options People Settings
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Outlook 2013: Deleting a Contact
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Outlook 2013: Editing a Contact
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Outlook 2013: Forwarding Contacts
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  • Forwarding Contacts
Outlook 2013: Importing Contacts
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  • Importing Contacts
  • Importing Contacts from an Outlook Data File
Outlook 2013: Printing Contacts
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  • Printing Contacts
  • Printing One Contact
  • Printing All Contacts
Outlook 2013: Sharing Contacts
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  • Sharing Contacts
Outlook 2013: Using the Outlook Social Connector
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  • Using the Outlook Social Connector
  • Turning on the Outlook Social Connector
  • Viewing Updates
Outlook 2013: Working with Contact Groups
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  • Working with Contact Groups
  • Creating a Contact Group
  • Adding Notes to a Contact Group
  • Deleting a Contact Group
Managing Your Messages in Outlook 2013
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Arrange messages onscreen in an order that matches how you work. Customize messages with your own information and style, and add information to messages that integrate them automatically with other outlook elements. Easily stay in control of detailed information regarding an individual or organization.
  • Manage Your Messages
  • Conversations
  • Signatures
  • Categorize and Follow Up
  • Automatic Replies
  • Working with Contacts
  • Create a Contact Group
  • Set Message Delivery Options
  • Spell and Grammar Check a Message
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  • Automatic Replies
Outlook 2013: Categorize and Follow Up
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  • Categorize and Follow Up
  • Categorize an E-mail Message
  • Flag a Message for Follow Up
Outlook 2013: Conversations
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  • Turn On Conversations
  • Navigate Conversations
Outlook 2013: Create a Contact Group
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Outlook 2013: Manage Your Messages
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  • Manage Your Messages
  • Read and Unread Messages
  • Sort Messages
  • Create a New Folder
  • Move Messages Between Folders
Outlook 2013: Set Message Delivery Options
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Outlook 2013: Signatures
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Outlook 2013: Spell and Grammar Check a Message
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Outlook 2013: Working with Contacts
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  • The People Pane
  • Create a New Contact
  • Assign a Contact to a Category
  • Search for a Contact
  • Send a Message to a Contact
The Calendar Feature in Outlook 2013
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Customize your appointments to make them informative and easy to find. Let Outlook handle the details of scheduling meetings and relevant information automatically.
  • Elements of the Calendar Window
  • The Calendar Peek
  • View the Calendar
  • The Calendar Background Color
  • Appointments
  • Working with Appointments
  • Edit and Delete Calendar Entries
  • Meetings
  • Manage Meeting Requests
  • Send a Calendar Via E-Mail
  • Tasks on Calendars
  • Share Outlook Calendars
  • Calendar Groups and the Schedule View
Outlook 2013: Appointments
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  • Appointments
  • Schedule an Appointment
  • Update Calendar Entries
Outlook 2013: Calendar Groups and the Schedule View
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  • Calendar Groups and the Schedule View
  • Using Outlook 2013 Tools
Outlook 2013: Edit and Delete Calendar Entries
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  • Edit and Delete Calendar Entries
  • Edit Calendar Entries
  • Delete Calendar Entries
Outlook 2013: Elements of the Calendar Window
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Outlook 2013: Manage Meeting Requests
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  • Manage Meeting Requests
  • Track Meeting Responses
  • Update Meeting Requests
  • Cancel Meeting Requests
Outlook 2013: Meetings
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  • Meetings
  • Schedule a Meeting
  • Reply to a Meeting Request
Outlook 2013: Send a Calendar Via E-Mail
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Outlook 2013: Share Outlook Calendars
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  • Share Outlook Calendars
  • Share Your Calendar With A Contact
  • Open a Shared Calendar
Outlook 2013: Tasks on Calendars
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  • Add Tasks in the Calendar View
Outlook 2013: The Calendar Background Color
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Outlook 2013: The Calendar Peek
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Outlook 2013: View the Calendar
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Outlook 2013: Working with Appointments
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  • Working with Appointments
  • Schedule a Recurring Appointment
  • Set an Appointment Reminder
  • The Categorize Feature
  • Edit Categories
Using Outlook 2013 Tools
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Use tasks to assign work to complete within a certain time frame. Include all aspects of a task - including contacts, resources, categories, and priority - and measure your progress toward completion. Use notes to capture and manage those bits of miscellaneous information. Let Outlook track your daily activity automatically with the journal feature, making it easy to see how you spend your time and document your work.
  • Using Outlook Tools
  • Create a Task
  • Update Task Information
  • The Notes Feature
  • Working with Journal Entries
Outlook 2013: Create a Task
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  • Create a Task in the New Task Dialog Box
  • Create a Task in the Tasks Window
  • Assign a Task to a Different Person
Outlook 2013: The Notes Feature
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  • The Notes Feature
  • Create a Note
  • Move a Note
  • Resize a Note
  • Send a Note to a Contact
  • Assign a Note to a Category
Outlook 2013: Update Task Information
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  • Update Task Information
  • Update a Task General Information
  • Mark a Task Complete in the Tasks Window
  • Mark a Task Complete in the Task Dialog Box
  • Delete a Task
Outlook 2013: Using Outlook Tools
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Outlook 2013: Working with Journal Entries
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  • Working with Journal Entries
  • Accessing the Journal Feature
  • Manually Create a Journal Entry
  • Categorize a Journal Entry
  • Share a Journal Entry
Organizing Folders and Emails in Outlook 2013
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Use folder and email rules and options to keep your messages and folders organized in Outlook 2013.
  • Create an Outlook Rule from a Template
  • Create an Outlook Rule from a Blank Rule
  • Empty Deleted Items on Exit
  • Setting Junk E-Mail Folder Options
  • Manage Items in Your Junk E-Mail Folder
  • AutoArchive Settings for Outlook
  • Manual Archive of Outlook Items
  • Create a Personal Folder (PST)
Outlook 2013: AutoArchive Settings for Outlook
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  • AutoArchive Settings for Outlook
  • General AutoArchive Options
  • Folder AutoArchive Options
Outlook 2013: Create a Personal Folder (PST)
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  • Create a Personal Folder (PST)
Outlook 2013: Create an Outlook Rule from a Blank Rule
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Outlook 2013: Create an Outlook Rule from a Template
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Outlook 2013: Empty Deleted Items on Exit
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Outlook 2013: Manage Items in Your Junk E-Mail Folder
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Outlook 2013: Manual Archive of Outlook Items
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Outlook 2013: Setting Junk E-Mail Folder Options
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Advanced Message Management in Outlook 2013
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Arrange messages onscreen in an order that matches how you work. Customize messages with your own information and style, and add information to messages that integrate them automatically with other outlook elements. Easily stay in control of detailed information regarding an individual or organization.
  • Using Quick Steps
  • The Clean Up Feature
  • Recover Deleted Items
  • Sharing Outlook Folders
  • Redirect Email Replies
  • Delegate Access and Permission Roles
  • Managing Email on Behalf of Another Person
Outlook 2013: Delegate Access and Permission Roles
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  • Delegate Access and Permission Roles
  • Setting Delegate Permissions
Outlook 2013: Managing Email on Behalf of Another Person
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  • Managing Email on Behalf of Another Person
  • Replying to an Email
  • Creating an Email
Outlook 2013: Recover Deleted Items
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  • Recover Deleted Items
Outlook 2013: Redirect Email Replies
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Outlook 2013: Sharing Outlook Folders
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Outlook 2013: The Clean Up Feature
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Outlook 2013: Using Quick Steps
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  • Default Quick Steps
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Advanced Message Options in Outlook 2013
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Arrange messages onscreen in an order that matches how you work. Customize messages with your own information and style, and add information to messages that integrate them automatically with other outlook elements. Easily stay in control of detailed information regarding an individual or organization.
  • Using Message Themes
  • Message Page Color
  • Inserting Illustrations
  • Inserting Links
  • Working with Text
  • Inserting Symbols
  • Inserting Tables
  • Managing Sensitivity Levels
  • Adding Voting Options to Messages
  • Request Delivery and Read Receipts

PowerPoint 2013

Creating a Presentation in PowerPoint 2013
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A presentation is simply a collection of slides to be displayed in a specified order. Begin by developing your individual slides and choosing on-slide animations. Next, setup slide-to-slide transitions.
  • The Start Screen
  • Methods for Creating a Presentation
  • Create a New Presentation
  • Elements of a Slide
  • Slide Layouts
  • Working with Slides
  • Entering Text in a Slide
  • Text Boxes
PowerPoint 2013: Create a New Presentation
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  • Create a Presentation from a Template or Theme
  • Create a New
  • Blank
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  • Use Office.com Template
PowerPoint 2013: Elements of a Slide
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PowerPoint 2013: Entering Text in a Slide
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  • Add Text to a Slide
  • The Font and Paragraph Groups
  • Format Text
  • Change Text Alignment
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PowerPoint 2013: Slide Layouts
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  • Slide Layouts
  • Change the Slide's Orientation
  • Change the Slide's Layout
PowerPoint 2013: Text Boxes
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  • Add a Text Box
  • Move a Text Box
  • Resize a Text Box
  • Rotate a Text Box
PowerPoint 2013: The Start Screen
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PowerPoint 2013: Working with Slides
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  • Insert a New Slide
  • Delete a Slide

PowerPoint 2013

Customizing Your PowerPoint 2013 Environment
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Make the PowerPoint interface yours!
  • Customize the PowerPoint Ribbon
  • Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Customizing the PowerPoint Proofing Options
  • Customizing the PowerPoint General Options
  • Customize How Your Presentations are Saved
  • Advanced PowerPoint Options
PowerPoint 2013: Advanced PowerPoint Options
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  • Advanced PowerPoint Options
PowerPoint 2013: Customize How Your Presentations are Saved
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  • Customize How Your Presentations are Saved
PowerPoint 2013: Customize the PowerPoint Ribbon
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  • Customize the PowerPoint Ribbon
  • Understand the Customize the Ribbon List
PowerPoint 2013: Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
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  • Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Alternate Methods for Adding Commands to the Quick Access Toolbar
PowerPoint 2013: Customizing the PowerPoint General Options
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  • Customizing the PowerPoint General Options
PowerPoint 2013: Customizing the PowerPoint Proofing Options
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  • Customizing the PowerPoint Proofing Options
  • Modify Proofing Options
  • AutoCorrect Options
Customizing Your Slide Show in PowerPoint 2013
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Gather input from others for additional input, choosing with a few clicks which editions to incorporate. Once your presentation is complete, easily tell PowerPoint precisely how you want it to behave during presentation: make it presenter- or self-led, create 'shows within the show' to present certain content to a certain audience, let PowerPoint package all supplementary files to be sure nothing gets left behind, and more.
  • Creating Custom Themes
  • Customizing Your Slides
  • Embed Fonts
  • Customizing Slide Transitions
  • Custom Shows
  • Rehearse Timings
  • Record Your Slide Show Presentation
  • Secure Your Slide Show Presentation
PowerPoint 2013: Creating Custom Theme
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  • Create and Edit a Custom Theme
  • Save a Custom Theme
PowerPoint 2013: Custom Shows
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  • Create a Custom Show
  • Start a Custom Show Presentation
PowerPoint 2013: Customizing Slide Transitions
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  • Customizing Slide Transitions
  • Apply Slide Transitions to Multiple Slides
PowerPoint 2013: Customizing Your Slides
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  • Customizing Your Slides
  • Edit a Slide Layout
  • Add a Header and Footer to a Slide or Notes and Handouts
PowerPoint 2013: Embed Fonts
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  • Embed Fonts
  • Embed TrueType Fonts
PowerPoint 2013: Record Your Slide Show Presentation
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  • Record Your Slide Show Presentation
  • Record Narrations
PowerPoint 2013: Rehearse Timings
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PowerPoint 2013: Secure Your Slide Show Presentation
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  • Secure Your Slide Show Presentation
  • Password Protection
  • Mark a Presentation as Final
Delivering Your Presentation in PowerPoint 2013
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Gather input from others for additional input, choosing with a few clicks which editions to incorporate. Once your presentation is complete, easily tell PowerPoint precisely how you want it to behave during presentation: make it presenter- or self-led, create 'shows within the show' to present certain content to a certain audience, let PowerPoint package all supplementary files to be sure nothing gets left behind, and more.
  • Reviewing Your Presentation
  • Timing and Narrations
  • Print Handouts and Notes
  • Speaker Notes
  • Preview and Print Your Presentation
  • Set Up the Show
  • The Presenter View
PowerPoint 2013: Preview and Print Your Presentation
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  • Preview and Print Your Presentation
  • Print Preview
  • Print
  • Print from the Quick Access Toolbar
PowerPoint 2013: Print Handouts and Notes
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  • Print Handouts and Notes
  • Print Handouts
  • Send Your Notes to Word
PowerPoint 2013: Reviewing Your Presentation
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  • Reviewing Your Presentation
  • AutoCorrect
  • Spell Check
  • Thesaurus
PowerPoint 2013: Set Up the Show
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  • Set Up the Show
PowerPoint 2013: Speaker Notes
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  • Add Speaker Notes to Slides
  • Print Speaker Notes
PowerPoint 2013: The Presenter View
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PowerPoint 2013: Timing and Narrations
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  • Timing and Narrations
  • Rehearse Timings
  • Record Narrations
Formatting Text in PowerPoint 2013
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Use a variety of techniques to add and edit written information on your slides. Explore several formatting methods that give them an attractive and easy-to-understand appearance, and use special features that let you change content and/or appearance across the presentation with a single command.
  • Formatting Text
  • Working with Live Preview
  • The Format Painter
  • Formatting Text Boxes
  • Cut, Copy, and Paste
  • The Paste Special Command
  • Find and Replace
  • Create and Format Bulleted or Numbered Lists
  • Create Slides from a Word Outline
  • Organizing Text Using the Outline View
PowerPoint 2013: Create and Format Bulleted or Numbered Lists
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  • Create and Format Bulleted or Numbered Lists
  • Create a Bulleted or Numbered List
  • Customize Bullets or Numbers
PowerPoint 2013: Create Slides from a Word Outline
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  • Create Slides from a Word Outline
  • Insert an Outline into a Presentation
PowerPoint 2013: Cut | Copy | and Paste
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  • Cut , Copy , and Paste
  • Cut , Copy , and Paste Options
  • The Clipboard
PowerPoint 2013: Find and Replace
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  • Find and Replace
  • Find Text in a Presentation
  • Replace Text in a Presentation
PowerPoint 2013: Formatting Text
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  • Formatting Text
  • Selecting Text
  • The Mini Toolbar
PowerPoint 2013: Formatting Text Boxes
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  • Formatting Text Boxes
  • Formatting Text
  • Formatting a Text Box
PowerPoint 2013: Organizing Text Using the Outline View
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  • Organizing Text Using the Outline View
PowerPoint 2013: The Format Painter
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  • The Format Painter
PowerPoint 2013: The Paste Special Command
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  • The Paste Special Command
PowerPoint 2013: Working with Live Preview
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  • Working with Live Preview
Getting Started with PowerPoint 2013
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Learn your way around the PowerPoint window, the basics of creating and saving PowerPoint files, and the various ways of viewing a PowerPoint file in order to edit, arrange, and rehearse it.
  • Elements of the PowerPoint Window
  • The PowerPoint Ribbon and Contextual Tabs
  • The File Tab
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Getting Help
  • Ribbon Display Options
  • Apps for Office
  • PowerPoint Options
  • Navigating and Viewing a Presentation
  • PowerPoint Views
  • The View Tab and Master Views
  • The Window Group
  • Saving a PowerPoint Presentation
  • The Status Bar
PowerPoint 2013: Apps for Office
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  • Apps for Office
  • Insert an App
  • Hide an App
  • Unhide an App
PowerPoint 2013: Elements of the PowerPoint Window
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  • Elements of the PowerPoint Window
PowerPoint 2013: Getting Help
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  • Getting Help
  • Use PowerPoint Help
PowerPoint 2013: Navigating and Viewing a Presentation
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  • Navigating and Viewing a Presentation
  • Navigate Using the Keyboard
  • Navigate Using the Mouse
  • The Protected View
PowerPoint 2013: PowerPoint Options
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  • PowerPoint Options
PowerPoint 2013: PowerPoint Views
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  • PowerPoint Views
  • Presentation Views
  • Slide Show Views
PowerPoint 2013: Ribbon Display Options
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  • Ribbon Display Options
PowerPoint 2013: Saving a PowerPoint Presentation
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  • Saving a PowerPoint Presentation
  • Save Changes to a File
  • Save Changes as a New File
PowerPoint 2013: The File Tab
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  • The File Tab
  • The File Tab's Commands
  • Recover an Unsaved File
PowerPoint 2013: The PowerPoint Ribbon and Contextual Tabs
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  • The PowerPoint Ribbon and Contextual Tabs
  • Default Ribbon tabs
  • Contextual Tabs
PowerPoint 2013: The Quick Access Toolbar
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  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Add Buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar
PowerPoint 2013: The Status Bar
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  • The Status Bar
PowerPoint 2013: The View Tab and Master Views
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  • The View Tab and Master Views
  • Master Views

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PowerPoint 2013: The Window Group
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  • The Window Group
  • The Window Group's Command
Organizing Slides in PowerPoint 2013
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Learn the various ways of adding, editing, arranging, and otherwise handling the basic building blocks of a PowerPoint file to achieve precisely the presentation you desire.
  • Organizing Slides
  • The Slide Sorter View
  • The Outline View
  • Working with the Slide Master
  • Customize the Slide Master
  • Modify the Notes Master
  • Modify the Handout Master
  • Reuse Slides from an Existing Presentation
PowerPoint 2013: Customize the Slide Master
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  • Customize the Slide Master
  • Edit the Slide Master
  • Add Placeholders to the Slide Master
PowerPoint 2013: Modify the Handout Master
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  • Modify the Handout Master
PowerPoint 2013: Modify the Notes Master
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  • Modify the Notes Master
PowerPoint 2013: Organizing Slides
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  • Organizing Slides
  • Add a New Slide
  • Duplicate Slides
  • Delete a Slide
  • Modify a Slide
  • Arrange Slides
  • Sections
PowerPoint 2013: Reuse Slides from an Existing Presentation
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  • Reuse Slides from an Existing Presentation
PowerPoint 2013: The Outline View
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  • The Outline View
  • Create Slides in Outline View
  • Edit Slides in Outline View
PowerPoint 2013: The Slide Sorter View
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  • The Slide Sorter View
  • Display the Slide Sorter View
  • Duplicate a Slide
  • Delete a Slide
  • Change the Slide Order
  • Hide a Slide
  • Unhide a Slide
PowerPoint 2013: Working with the Slide Master
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  • Working with the Slide Master
Working with Graphics in PowerPoint 2013
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via PowerPoint's dynamic visuals.
  • Rulers, Guides, and Gridlines
  • Background Styles
  • Insert a Shape
  • Shape Categories
  • Managing Shapes
  • Format Shapes
  • Object Order
  • Group Objects
  • Using Object Orientation
  • Inserting Clip Art, Videos, Pictures, and Screenshots
PowerPoint 2013: Background Styles
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  • Background Styles
PowerPoint 2013: Format Shapes
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  • Format Shapes
  • The Format Shape Pane
  • Resize and Move a Shape
PowerPoint 2013: Group Objects
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  • Group Objects
PowerPoint 2013: Insert a Shape
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  • Insert a Shape
  • Shape Categories
PowerPoint 2013: Inserting Clip Art
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  • Inserting Clip Art
  • Videos , Pictures , and Screenshots
  • Insert Clip Art
  • Insert a Video
  • Insert a Picture
  • Insert a Screenshot
PowerPoint 2013: Managing Shape
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  • Managing Shape
  • Resize a Shape
  • Move a Shape
  • Add Text to a Shape
PowerPoint 2013: Object Order
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  • Object Order
  • Move an Object Behind Another
PowerPoint 2013: Rulers | Guides | and Gridlines
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  • Rulers , Guides , and Gridlines
  • Rulers
  • Gridlines
  • Guides and Smart Guides
PowerPoint 2013: Using Object Orientation
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  • Using Object Orientation
  • Arrange an Object Using the Mouse
  • Arrange an Object Using the Picture ore Drawing Tools Format Tab
Working with SmartArt Graphics in PowerPoint 2013
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via PowerPoint's dynamic visuals.
  • Creating SmartArt Graphics
  • Editing Shapes in SmartArt Graphics
  • Adding Text to SmartArt Graphics
  • Applying SmartArt Styles
  • Animate SmartArt Graphics
PowerPoint 2013: Adding Text to SmartArt Graphics
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  • Adding Text to SmartArt Graphics
PowerPoint 2013: Animate SmartArt Graphics
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  • Animate SmartArt Graphics
  • Animate Individual Shapes
PowerPoint 2013: Applying SmartArt Styles
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  • Applying SmartArt Styles
PowerPoint 2013: Creating SmartArt Graphics
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  • Creating SmartArt Graphics
  • Insert a SmartArt Graphic onto an New Slide
  • Insert a SmartArt Graphic onto an Existing Slide
  • SmartArt Layouts
PowerPoint 2013: Editing Shapes in SmartArt Graphics
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  • Editing Shapes in SmartArt Graphics
  • Edit Using the SmartArt Tools Tabs' Commands
  • Arrange Objects Using the Selection Pane
Adding Visual Interest and Interactivity in PowerPoint 2013
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Liven up your presentation with pictures, movies, sounds, and buttons that let the presenter or user jump to different locations within the presentation, or even to a web site!
  • Insert WordArt
  • Working with Sound
  • Working with Sound Options and Styles
  • Working with Video
  • Linking and Embedding Objects
  • Hyperlinks
  • Create an Action
  • Animating Objects
  • Advanced Animation Effects
  • Merge Shapes to Create a New Shape
  • Using Edit Points to Create a New Shape
  • Apply Color Matching to Shapes
  • Cropping Pictures
  • Adjusting Pictures
PowerPoint 2013: Advanced Animation Effects
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  • Advanced Animation Effects
  • Customize Animations
  • Animation Painter
PowerPoint 2013: Animating Objects
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  • Animating Objects
  • Preset Animations
  • Create Motion Paths
PowerPoint 2013: Apply Color Matching to Shapes
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  • Apply Color Matching to Shapes
  • The Eyedropper
PowerPoint 2013: Create an Action
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  • Create an Action
PowerPoint 2013: Cropping Pictures
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  • Cropping Pictures
  • Crop a Picture
  • Crop a Picture to an Aspect Ratio
  • Crop a Picture to Fit or Fill a Shape
  • Adjusting Pictures
PowerPoint 2013: Hyperlinks
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  • Hyperlinks
  • Internal Hyperlink
  • External Hyperlink
PowerPoint 2013: Insert WordArt
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  • Insert WordArt
  • Add WordArt to a Slide
  • Converting Existing Text into WordArt
  • Format WordArt
PowerPoint 2013: Linking and Embedding Objects
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  • Linking and Embedding Objects
  • Import Excel or Word Objects
  • Modify a Linked Object
PowerPoint 2013: Merge Shapes to Create a New Shape
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  • Merge Shapes to Create a New Shape
PowerPoint 2013: Picture Tools Format Tab
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  • Picture Tools Format Tab
  • The Remove Background Feature
PowerPoint 2013: Using Edit Points to Create a New Shape
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  • Using Edit Points to Create a New Shape
PowerPoint 2013: Working with Sound
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  • Working with Sound
  • Insert a Clip Art Sound
  • Add a Sound from a File
  • Record Voice or Sound
  • Manually Play a Sound During a Slideshow
PowerPoint 2013: Working with Sound Options and Styles
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  • Working with Sound Options and Styles
  • Audio Controls
  • The Audio Tools Format and Playback Tabs
PowerPoint 2013: Working with Video
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  • Working with Video
  • Insert a Video
  • Video Controls
  • The Video Tools Format and Playback Tabs
Reviewing and Collaborating with Others in PowerPoint 2013
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Learn to work collaboratively, using built in PowerPoint tools.
  • Spell Check Your Presentation
  • The Research Feature
  • Using the Thesaurus
  • Inspecting Your Document
  • Digital Signatures
  • Package Your Presentation for a CD
  • Sharing Your Presentation
  • Working with Comments
  • Using the Comments Pane
  • Using the Markup Feature
  • The Compare Feature
PowerPoint 2013: Digital Signatures
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  • Digital Signatures
  • Add a Digital Signature
  • Obtain a Digital ID
PowerPoint 2013: Inspecting Your Document
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  • Inspecting Your Document
  • Use the Document Inspector
PowerPoint 2013: Package Your Presentation for a CD
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  • Package Your Presentation for a CD
PowerPoint 2013: Sharing Your Presentation
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  • Sharing Your Presentation
  • Share on the Web
  • Compress Media
PowerPoint 2013: Spell Check Your Presentation
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  • Spell Check Your Presentation
  • Check a Word
  • Check a Presentation
PowerPoint 2013: The Compare Feature
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  • The Compare Feature
  • The Revisions Pane
  • Using the Compare Group
PowerPoint 2013: The Research Feature
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  • The Research Feature
  • Use the Research Pane

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PowerPoint 2013: Using the Comments Pane
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  • Using the Comments Pane
  • Open and Use the Comments Pane
PowerPoint 2013: Using the Markup Feature
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  • Using the Markup Feature
  • Show Markups
  • Annotate a Presentation
PowerPoint 2013: Using the Thesaurus
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  • Using the Thesaurus
PowerPoint 2013: Working with Comments
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  • Working with Comments
  • Add a Comment
  • Read Comments
  • Delete a Comment
  • Reply to a Comment
Working with Charts and Tables in PowerPoint 2013
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via PowerPoint's dynamic visuals.
  • Working with Tables
  • Copy and Paste a Table from Word
  • Insert an Excel Spreadsheet within PowerPoint
  • Format a Table
  • Working with Datasheet Charts
  • Organization Charts
  • Insert a Linked Chart from Excel
  • Format a Chart
PowerPoint 2013: Copy and Paste a Table from Word
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  • Copy and Paste a Table from Word
PowerPoint 2013: Format a Chart
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  • Format a Chart
  • The Chart Tools Design and Format Tabs
  • Quick Access Chart Commands
PowerPoint 2013: Format a Table
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  • Format a Table
  • The Table Tools Design and Layout Tabs
PowerPoint 2013: Insert a Linked Chart from Excel
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  • Insert a Linked Chart from Excel
PowerPoint 2013: Insert an Excel Spreadsheet within PowerPoint
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  • Insert an Excel Spreadsheet within PowerPoint
  • Copy and Paste a Group of Cells
  • Embed an Excel Spreadsheet
PowerPoint 2013: Organization Charts
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  • Organization Charts
  • Create an Organization Chart
  • Edit an Organization Chart
  • Modify an Organization Chart
PowerPoint 2013: Working with Datasheet Charts
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  • Working with Datasheet Charts
  • Creating a Datasheet Chart
  • Edit Datasheet Information
  • Add Chart Titles
  • Add Data Labels
  • Edit Chart Columns or Rows
PowerPoint 2013: Working with Tables
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  • Working with Tables
  • Insert a Table into a New Slide
  • Insert a Table into an Existing Slide
  • Change Column Width
  • Change Row Height
  • Insert Rows
  • Insert Columns
  • Delete a Row or Column

Project 2013

Create Your Project in Project 2013
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A project is simply a collection of tasks to be completed by a certain date. Begin developing your project plan by setting your calendar and by choosing start and finish dates. Next, enter the specific tasks that lead to completion.
  • Elements of the Project Window
  • Project Information
  • Create and Assign a Project Calendar
  • Add Tasks to the Project Plan
  • Enter an Estimated Task Duration
Project 2013: Add Tasks to the Project Plan
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  • Add Tasks to the Project Plan
  • Create a Task in the Task Entry Table
  • Create a Task Using the Task Information Dialog Box
Project 2013: Create and Assign a Project Calendar
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  • Create and Assign a Project Calendar
  • Create a New Base Calendar
  • Set Non-Working Days
  • Set Calendar Options
  • Assign the Calendar
Project 2013: Elements of the Project Window
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  • Elements of the Project Window
Project 2013: Project Information
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  • Project Information
  • Open the Project Information Dialog Box
  • Choose the Schedule From Date
  • Choose a Project Base Calendar
Finalize Your Project in Project 2013
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Review your completed plan to make sure they can be completed according to the project duration and adjust as necessary. Create a standard against which actual progress will be compared as the project proceeds. Use reports to stay apprised of progress.
  • Import and Export Data
  • Shorten the Project Duration
  • Critical Path
  • Set a Project Baseline
  • Reports
Follow Task Progress in Project 2013
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Keep project informed as tasks move toward completion, and view this progress using a variety of methods, easily staying apprised of overall project status.
  • Task Progress Information
  • View Task Progress
  • Reschedule a Task
  • Move Tasks
  • Inspect Tasks
Manage Resources in Project 2013
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Tasks cannot complete themselves - they require people, equipment, and materials, referred to in project as resources. Having entered your tasks and their dependencies, you can complete the project plan by entering the specific resources that will be used to perform each task.
  • Resources
  • The Resource Calendar
  • Assign Resources
  • Resolve Resource Conflicts with Leveling
  • The Task Details Form
Project 2013: Assign Resources
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  • Assign Resources
  • Use the Assign Resources Button
  • Use the Task Information Dialog Box
Project 2013: Resolve Resource Conflicts with Leveling
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  • Resolve Resource Conflicts with Leveling
Project 2013: Resources
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  • Resources
Project 2013: The Resource Calendar
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  • The Resource Calendar
  • Create a Resource Calendar
  • Assign a Calendar to a Resource
Project 2013: The Task Details Form
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  • The Task Details Form
  • Assign Resources Using the Task Details Form
  • Remove the Task Details Form View
Manage Tasks in Project 2013
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Fine tune the tasks in your project. Steps to completion do not exist in a vacuum. For example, 'bake cake' must be completed before 'frost cake' can begin; additionally, time must be allowed for the cake to cool between the two tasks. Now that you have entered your tasks, you can enter such considerations into your project plan.
  • Task Types
  • Recurring Tasks
  • Task Notes
  • Dependent Tasks
  • Link Dependent Tasks
  • Lag Time vs Lead Time
  • Task Constraints
  • Set a Task Deadline
  • Insert Tasks
Project 2013: Insert Tasks
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  • Insert Tasks
  • Create a New Task
  • Create a Summary Task
Project 2013: Lag Time vs Lead Time
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  • Lag Time vs Lead Time
  • Setting Lag or Lead Time
  • Task Constraints
  • Apply a Constraint to a Task
Project 2013: Link Dependent Tasks
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  • Link Dependent Tasks
  • Link Single Dependent Tasks Using the Link Button
  • Link Dependent Tasks Using the Task Information Dialog Box
  • Modify a Task Predecessor in Gantt Chart View
Project 2013: Recurring Tasks
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  • Recurring Tasks
  • Enter a Recurring Task
Project 2013: Set a Task Deadline
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  • Set a Task Deadline
  • Create a Deadline
Project 2013: Task Notes
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  • Task Notes
  • Create a Task Note
Project 2013: Task Types
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  • Task Types
  • Create a Task in the Task Entry Table
  • Create a Detailed Task
  • Create a Subtask
  • Create Summary Tasks
  • Create a Milestone Task
Create Reports in Project 2013
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Project offers a wide variety of built-in reports for staying apprised of project progress and information. Learn to generate these reports, and create your own specialized reports for future use.
  • Reports
  • Modify a Report
  • Custom Reports
  • Create a Visual Report
Views, Tables, and Filters in Project 2013
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A complex project, with its myriad tasks and resources, can quickly become unwieldy and difficult to manage. Explore a variety of techniques for displaying precisely the information you need in a given moment or for a particular purpose.
  • The Gantt Chart
  • Sort a Task or Resource View
  • Table Views
  • Data Views
  • The Zoom Features
  • The Split View Features
  • Custom View
  • Custom Table
  • Custom Filter
  • Use Custom Views in Other Project Plans
Advanced Project Topics in Project 2013
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Having developed project elements which are universal to all your projects - such as a company calendar, individuals in your department, available equipment, common tasks, etc. - save them for future use, making them available for use in all your projects. Further simplify your work using project's tools for sharing resources with others, splitting multi-faceted projects into manageable pieces, and more.
  • Interim Project Plan
  • Create a Project Plan Template
  • Share Resources
  • The Organizer
  • Create a Master Project

Visio 2013

Applying Formatting in Visio 2013
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Use a wide variety of formatting options to enhance the appearance of your text, including color, font, size, and even animation! Learn how to arrange text on a page to increase clarity and visual interest using formatting features, then preview and print your document.
  • Format a Diagram
  • Containers
  • Apply Page Designs
Visio 2013: Apply Page Designs
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  • Apply Page Designs
  • Add Background , Borders , and Titles
  • Page Layout
Visio 2013: Container
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  • Container
  • Apply and Format a Container
  • Add or Remove Shapes from a Container
  • Lock a Container
  • Remove a Container
Visio 2013: Format a Diagram
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  • Format a Diagram
  • Edit a Connector
  • Apply a Theme to All Shapes
  • Apply a Variant to All Shapes
  • Apply a Variant or Theme to Individual Shapes or Connectors
Creating a Drawing in Visio 2013
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Learn to use Visio's diagram tools, templates, and drawing elements to convey your information.
  • Methods for Creating a Drawing
  • Create a Basic Diagram
  • Create a New Drawing
  • Drawing Elements
Visio 2013: Create a Basic Diagram
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  • Create a Basic Diagram
Visio 2013: Create a New Drawing
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  • Create a New Drawing
  • Create a Basic Diagram
  • Create a Blank Drawing
  • Create a Drawing from a Template
  • Use Office.com Templates
  • Use an Existing Drawing
Visio 2013: Drawing Elements
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  • Drawing Elements
  • Stencils
  • Shapes
  • Tools Group
Visio 2013: Methods for Creating a Drawing
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  • Methods for Creating a Drawing
Getting Started with Visio 2013
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Learn your way around the Visio window, the basics of creating and saving visio files, and how to place shapes on a diagram.
  • Elements of the Visio Window
  • The Visio Ribbon and Contextual Tabs
  • Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
  • The Start Screen
  • The File Tab
  • View the Drawing
  • Navigate Pages
  • Save a Visio Drawing

Visio 2013

Visio 2013: Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
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  • Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Alternate Methods for Adding Commands to the Quick Access Toolbar
Visio 2013: Elements of the Visio Window
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  • Elements of the Visio Window
Visio 2013: Navigate Pages
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  • Navigate Pages
  • Use the Page Tabs
  • Use the All Button
  • Use the Keyboard
  • Insert a New Page
Visio 2013: Save a Visio Drawing
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  • Save a Visio Drawing
  • Save Changes to a File
  • Save Changes as a New File
Visio 2013: The File Tab
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  • The File Tab
  • The File Tab's Commands
Visio 2013: The Start Screen
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  • The Start Screen
Visio 2013: The Visio Ribbon and Contextual Tabs
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  • The Visio Ribbon and Contextual Tabs
  • Default Ribbon Tabs
  • Contextual Tabs
Visio 2013: View the Drawing
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  • View the Drawing
  • The View Tab
Working with Shapes in Visio 2013
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Build and connect diagrams, flowcharts, and more utilizing Visio's powerful Shapes.
  • Create a Basic Flowchart
  • Cross-Functional Flowcharts
  • The Shapes Pane
  • Master Shape Components
  • Manage Shapes
  • Format Shapes
  • Cut, Copy, Paste, and Delete Shapes
  • Callouts
  • Align Shapes
  • Connect Shapes
Visio 2013: Align Shapes
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  • Align Shapes
  • Use the Arrange Group to Align and Position Shapes
  • Use the Dynamic Grid to Align Shapes
Visio 2013: Callouts
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  • Callouts
  • Link a Callout to a Shape
Visio 2013: Connect Shapes
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  • Connect Shapes
  • Glue Connectors to Connection Points
  • Glue Connectors to Shapes
  • Use AutoConnect
Visio 2013: Create a Basic Flowchart
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  • Create a Basic Flowchart
Visio 2013: Cross-Functional Flowcharts
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  • Cross-Functional Flowcharts
  • Create a Cross-Functional Flowchart
  • Format a Cross-Functional Flowchart
Visio 2013: Cut | Copy | Paste | and Delete Shapes
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  • Cut , Copy , Paste , and Delete Shapes
  • Cut or Copy and Paste a Shape
  • Delete a Shape
Visio 2013: Format Shapes
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  • Format Shapes
  • The Format Shape Pane
  • Move a Shape
  • Resize a Shape
  • Rotate a Shape
  • Resize Using the Shape Size and Position Task Pane
  • Add Text to a Shape
Visio 2013: Manage Shapes
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  • Manage Shapes
  • Select Multiple Shapes
  • Duplicate a Shape
  • Change a Shape's Order
  • Group Shapes
Visio 2013: Master Shape Components
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  • Master Shape Components
Visio 2013: The Shape Pane
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  • The Shape Pane
  • Select Shapes
  • Add Shapes to the Shapes Pane
  • Create a Favorites Stencil
Working with Specialized Diagrams in Visio 2013
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Explore Visio's many options that describe business processes, represent relationships between people and functions within an organization, lay out a physical space, and more. Store relevant information inside shapes themselves, and link them to other locations within the diagram, to other files, or to a web address.
  • Organization Charts
  • Format an Organization Chart
  • The Organization Chart Wizard
  • Create Maps and Floor Plans
  • Network Diagrams
  • Shape Data Properties
  • Layers
  • Hyperlinks
Visio 2013: Create Maps and Floor Plans
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  • Create Maps and Floor Plans
  • Create a Map
  • Create a Floor Plan
Visio 2013: Format an Organization Chart
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  • Format an Organization Chart
  • The Org Chart Tab
Visio 2013: Hyperlinks
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  • Hyperlinks
  • Attach a Hyperlink to a Shape
  • Follow the Link
Visio 2013: Layers
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  • Layers
  • View a Shape's Layer
  • Create a Layer
Visio 2013: Network Diagrams
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  • Network Diagrams
  • Create a Network Diagram
Visio 2013: Organization Charts
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  • Organization Charts
  • Create an Organization Chart
  • Add Multiple Shapes
Visio 2013: Shape Data Properties
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  • Shape Data Properties
  • View Shape Data Properties
  • Define Shape Data Properties
Visio 2013: The Organization Chart Wizard
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  • The Organization Chart Wizard
  • Use the Organization Chart Wizard

Word 2013

Formatting in Word 2013
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Use a wide variety of formatting options to enhance the appearance of your text, including color, font, size, and even animation! Learn how to arrange text on a page to increase clarity and visual interest using formatting features, then preview and print your document.
  • Working with Text
  • Formatting Text
  • Text Effects
  • Using Tabs for Text Alignment
  • Formatting a Document
  • Sort Information in a List
  • Print Preview and Print
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  • Formatting a Document
  • Set Margins
  • Insert Page Numbers
  • Set Page Orientation
  • Headers and Footers
Word 2013: Formatting Text
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  • Formatting Text
  • The Font Group
  • The Paragraph Group
  • The Format Painter
Word 2013: Print Preview and Print
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  • Print Preview and Print
  • Print Preview
  • Print
  • The Quick Access Toolbar Print Icons
Word 2013: Sort Information in a List
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  • Sort Information in a List
Word 2013: Text Effects
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  • Text Effects
Word 2013: Using Tabs for Text Alignment
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  • Using Tabs for Text Alignment
  • The Ruler and Tabs
  • Setting Tab Stops
  • Use the Tab Dialog Box
Word 2013: Working with Text
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  • Working with Text
  • Simple Editing
  • Select Text
  • Cut , Copy , and Paste
Getting Started with Word 2013
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Learn your way around the word window, the basics of creating and saving word files, the various ways in which to display a file in order to see just the elements you need in a given moment, and the basics of entering text.
  • Elements of the Word 2013 Window
  • Managing Word Documents
  • Reading a Word Document
  • Viewing Documents
  • Getting Help
  • Word Options
  • Cut, Copy, and Paste Options
Word 2013: Cut | Copy | and Paste Options
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  • Cut , Copy , and Paste Options
  • The Reference Features in Word 2013
Word 2013: Elements of the Word 2013 Window
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  • Elements of the Word 2013 Window
Word 2013: Getting Help
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  • Getting Help
  • Using Microsoft Word Help
Word 2013: Managing Word Documents
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  • Managing Word Documents
  • Create a New
  • Blank Document
  • Create a New Document from a Template
  • Open an Existing Document
  • Add Buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar
Word 2013: Reading a Word Document
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  • Reading a Word Document
Word 2013: Viewing Documents
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  • Viewing Documents
Word 2013: Word Options
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  • Word Options
Working with Tables in Word 2013
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Learn to use Tables in Word.
  • Creating a Table
  • Formatting a Table
  • Customize Table Appearance
  • Modify Table Structure
  • Convert Text into a Table
  • Insert a Microsoft Excel Table in Word
  • Sort Table Data
  • Formulas and Functions
Working with Charts in Word 2013
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Learn to work with the Chart tool in Word.
  • Creating a Chart in Word
  • Chart Components
  • Resize a Chart
  • Modifying a Chart
  • Customize Structure
  • Format Chart Appearance
  • Updating Chart Data
  • Changing the Chart Type
  • Editing Chart Data
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  • Changing the Chart Type
Word 2013: Creating a Chart in Word
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  • Creating a Chart in Word
  • Chart Components
  • Resize a Chart

Word 2013

Word 2013: Editing Chart Data
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  • Editing Chart Data
  • Working with Shapes and Graphics in Word 2013
Word 2013: Modifying a Chart
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  • Modifying a Chart
  • Customize Structure
  • Format Chart Appearance
Word 2013: Updating Chart Data
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  • Updating Chart Data
Working with Shapes and Graphics in Word 2013
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via Word's dynamic visuals.
  • Working with Text Boxes
  • Working with WordArt
  • Inserting Equations and Symbols
  • The Selection Pane
  • Working with Shapes
  • Working with Pictures
  • Working with SmartArt
  • Editing Shapes in SmartArt Graphics
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  • Editing Shapes in SmartArt Graphics
  • Edit Using the SmartArt Tools Tabs' Commands
  • Arrange Objects Using the Selection Pane
  • Working with Styles and Themes in Word 2013
Word 2013: Inserting Equations and Symbols
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  • Inserting Equations and Symbols
  • Inserting Equations
  • Inserting Symbols
Word 2013: The Selection Pane
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  • The Selection Pane
  • Selection Pane
Word 2013: Working with Pictures
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  • Working with Pictures
  • Inserting Pictures from File
  • Inserting Online Pictures
  • Format a Picture
  • Picture Layout Options
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  • Working with Shapes
  • Inserting Shapes
  • Live Layout
  • Format a Shape
  • Alignment Guides
  • Shape Layout Options
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  • Working with SmartArt
  • Insert a SmartArt Graphic
  • SmartArt Layouts
Word 2013: Working with Text Boxes
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  • Working with Text Boxes
  • Add a Text Box
  • Move a Text Box
  • Resize a Text Box
  • Rotate a Text Box
Word 2013: Working with WordArt
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  • Working with WordArt
  • Add WordArt to Your Document
  • Convert Existing Text into WordArt
  • Format WordArt
Document Collaboration and Revision in Word 2013
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Learn to use the Collaboration and Revision tools in Word 2013.
  • Reviewing Tools
  • Working with Comments
  • Track, Accept, and Reject Changes
  • Review and Compare Documents
  • Protecting Documents
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  • Protecting Documents
  • Password Protect a Document
  • Protect Document Content
Word 2013: Review and Compare Documents
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  • Review and Compare Documents
  • Sending a Document for Review
  • Compare Documents
Word 2013: Reviewing Tools
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  • Reviewing Tools
Word 2013: Track | Accept | and Reject Changes
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  • Track , Accept , and Reject Changes
  • Track Changes in Your Document
  • Lock Tracking
  • Simple Markup
  • Accept or Reject Changes Made in Your Document
Word 2013: Working with Comments
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  • Working with Comments
  • Add a Comment
  • Read Comments
  • Delete a Comment
  • Work with Comments
The Reference Features in Word 2013
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Use Word's built-in reference tools.
  • Table of Contents
  • Create an Index
  • Create Footnotes and Endnotes
  • The Bookmark Feature
  • Create and Apply a Caption
  • Cross-reference Document Information
  • Mark Citations for a Table of Authorities
  • Create a Table of Authorities
Word 2013: Create a Table of Authorities
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  • Create a Table of Authorities
  • Update the Table of Authorities
  • Useful Tools in Word 2013
Word 2013: Create an Index
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  • Create an Index
  • Part One: Create the Concordance File
  • Part Two: Mark the Index Entries
  • Part Three: Generate the Index
Word 2013: Create and Apply a Caption
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  • Create and Apply a Caption
Word 2013: Create Footnotes and Endnotes
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  • Create Footnotes and Endnotes
Word 2013: Cross-reference Document Information
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  • Cross-reference Document Information
Word 2013: Mark Citations for a Table of Authorities
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  • Mark Citations for a Table of Authorities
Word 2013: Table of Contents
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  • Table of Contents
  • Create a Table of Content
  • Update the Table of Contents
Word 2013: The Bookmark Feature
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  • The Bookmark Feature
  • Create a Bookmark
  • Use a Bookmark
Useful Tools in Word 2013
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Some features in Word can simply make your life easier.
  • Editing a PDF
  • Page Borders and Colors
  • The Cover Page Feature
  • Spelling and Grammar Check
  • Find and Replace
  • The Thesaurus
  • The Quick Part Gallery
  • Bullets and Numbering
  • AutoCorrect and AutoFormat
  • Using Watermarks
  • Screenshot
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  • AutoCorrect and AutoFormat
  • AutoFormat and AutoFormat As You Type
  • AutoCorrect
  • Adding an AutoCorrect Entry
  • Math AutoCorrect
  • AutoCorrect Options
Word 2013: Bullets and Numbering
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  • Bullets and Numbering
  • Creating a Bullet or Number List
  • Tips for Modifying Your List
Word 2013: Editing a PDF
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  • Editing a PDF
Word 2013: Find and Replace
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  • Find and Replace
  • Using Find and Replace
  • Increase Accuracy
Word 2013: Page Borders and Colors
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  • Page Borders and Colors
  • Add a Page Border
  • Add a Color to Your Document
Word 2013: Screenshot
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  • Screenshot
  • Using the Screenshot Feature
  • Working with Charts in Word 2013
Word 2013: Spelling and Grammar Check
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  • Spelling and Grammar Check
  • Check a Word
  • Check a Document
  • Use the Quick Access Toolbar
Word 2013: The Cover Page Feature
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  • The Cover Page Feature
  • Insert a Built-in Cover Page
  • Create Your Own Cover Page
  • Insert Your Own Cover Page
Word 2013: The Quick Part Gallery
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  • The Quick Part Gallery
  • Quick Parts Options
  • Create a Building Blocks
  • Insert Building Blocks
Word 2013: The Thesaurus
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  • The Thesaurus
  • Quick Synonym Search
  • Search the Thesaurus
Word 2013: Using Watermarks
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  • Using Watermarks
  • Insert a Watermark
Working with Styles and Themes in Word 2013
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Simplify the process of creating professional-looking Word documents.
  • Working with Styles
  • Modifying a Style
  • Working with Document Themes
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  • Modifying a Style
  • Using the Styles Task Pane
  • The Styles Inspector
Word 2013: Working with Document Themes
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  • Working with Document Themes
  • Applying a Theme
  • Editing a Theme
  • Saving a Theme
Word 2013: Working with Styles
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  • Working with Styles
  • Apply a Style
  • Create a New Style
Customizing Your Word 2013 Environment
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Make the Word environment your own!
  • Customizing the Word General Options
  • Customizing the Word Proofing Options
  • Customizing How Your Documents are Saved
  • Customizing the Word Options Advanced Settings
  • Customize the Word Ribbon
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
Formatting Letters and Creating Mail Merges in Word 2013
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Learn to properly format a letter and perform a mail merge.
  • Working with Letter Format Options
  • Creating a Mail Merge
  • Creating Envelopes and Labels
Word 2013: Creating a Mail Merge
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  • Creating a Mail Merge
  • Terms Used in Mail Merge
  • Create a Data Source
  • Create a Mail Merge Document
  • Preview the Merged Documents
  • Finish the Merge
Word 2013: Creating Envelopes and Labels
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  • Creating Envelopes and Labels
  • Envelopes
  • Labels
Word 2013: Working with Letter Format Options
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  • Working with Letter Format Options
  • Creating Page Breaks
  • Creating Sections
  • Working with Columns
  • Inserting a Column Break

Access 2010

Getting Started with Access 2010
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Become familiar with the arrangement of the access screen, the components of a database, and how to get help when necessary. Learn the recognized approach for planning a database, then create the basic structure.
  • The Database Window
  • Access Navigation Pane
  • Creating a New Database
  • Setting the Tabbed Documents View Option
  • Database Design Process
  • Naming Conventions
  • Getting Help

Access 2010

Table Relationships in Access 2010
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Explore how Access utilizes relationships to connect data.
  • Primary Key Fields
  • Creating Table Relationships and Working with Subdatasheets
Access 2010 Table Basics
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Having planned and created your database file, begin by adding or editing tables, which will store data. Next, tell access how the new tables relate to each other and begin entering data.
  • Using the Datasheet View to Create Tables, Add Fields, and Assign Data Types
  • Creating Tables
  • Data Types
  • Complex Data Types
  • Database Object Models - Application Parts
Customizing and Controlling Access 2010 Tables
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Control the way access stores, handles, and displays table information, using special formatting to facilitate data entry and minimize error.
  • Specifying Field Properties
  • Using Input Masks and Creating Lookup Columns
Other Microsoft Office Applications and Access 2010
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Share data between access and other Microsoft office applications.
  • Importing External Data
  • Linking Data
  • Exporting Data from Microsoft Access
  • Collect Data Using Outlook E-mail
Access 2010 Query Basics
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Queries allow you to ask questions of the information in your database. Explore the four approaches to asking such questions.
  • Types of Queries and Creating Basic Queries
  • Controlling Query Data
  • Controlling Query Data Part 2
Access 2010 Advanced Queries
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Add power to your basic queries by including calculations, setting criteria, and formatting information for maximum visual impact.
  • Total Queries
  • Advanced Query Calculation
  • Expression Builder Feature
  • Action Queries

Excel 2010

Working with Charts in Excel 2010
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Charts allow you to present numeric information in an attractive, easily edited, and highly customizable graphical form. Choose one of Excel's many built-in styles to present your information for maximum impact, and display the impact of trends or forecasts according to data you choose.
  • Create a Chart
  • Changing the Chart Type
  • Format a Chart
  • Modifying Chart Data
  • Modifying Chart Options
  • Format Chart Data Labels
  • Working with Trendlines
  • Sparklines
  • Saving a Custom Chart as a Template
Customizing the Excel 2010 Environment
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Make your Excel interface yours!
  • Customize the Excel Ribbon
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Customize the Excel Options General Page
  • Customize the Excel Proofing Options
  • Customize How Your Excel Worksheets are Saved
  • Customizing the Excel Options Advanced Settings
Formatting in Excel 2010
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Learn the basics of rows and columns - the structure through which excel stores your information - and how to manage them. Explore techniques for quick entry and basic calculations. Explore a variety of techniques for giving data a visually attractive, easy-to-understand appearance.
  • Formatting Worksheets
  • Excel Mini Toolbar
  • Working with Live Preview
  • Cell Borders and Fill Options
  • Working with Text Alignment
  • Cell Formats
  • Working with Styles
  • Header and Footer
  • Automatically Fill a Row or Column
  • Working with Templates
  • Working with Themes
  • Screenshot
Getting Started with Excel 2010
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Learn your way around the excel window, the basics of creating and saving excel files, and how to view and arrange worksheets for ease of use.
  • Elements of the Excel 2010 Window
  • Getting Help
  • Excel Options
  • Managing Workbooks
  • Excel File Formats
  • Saving Your Workbook
  • Managing Worksheets
  • Rows and Columns
  • Entering Data
  • Find and Select Data
  • The Excel Status Bar
  • Document Views
  • Page Layout
  • The Office Clipboard
  • Paste Options
  • The Paste Values Feature
  • Using the Paste Special Feature
  • Setting the Print Area and Print Titles
  • Preview and Print
Getting Started with Formulas in Excel 2010
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Create basic formulas applying the correct structure. Create formulas using the function libraries of Excel.
  • Formulas
  • Excel Functions
  • 2010 Function Library Revisions
  • Relative vs. Absolute Cell References
  • Structured References
  • Add a Formula to a Table Column
  • Disabling the Use of Table Names in Formulas
  • Named Ranges
Sorting, Filtering, and Other Data Commands in Excel 2010
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Explore a variety of techniques for displaying precisely the information you need in a given moment or for a particular purpose. Use subtotals to stay apprised of activity in smaller groups of numbers.
  • Basic Sorting and Filtering
  • Sort Using the Sort Dialog Box
  • Using Conditional Formatting
  • Using AutoFilter
  • Find and Remove Duplicate Data
  • Advanced Filter
  • Using Filter Operators
  • Create Subtotals
  • Copying Filtered or Subtotal Data
  • Text to Columns
  • The Watch Window
Working with Tables in Excel 2010
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Work with Tables and Slicers in Excel 2010.
  • Create an Excel Table
  • Modify an Excel Table
  • Using AutoFilters in Excel Tables
  • Table Totals
Collaborating with Others in Excel 2010
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Learn to work collaboratively, using built in Excel tools.
  • Data Validation
  • Protecting Microsoft Excel Worksheets
  • Send a Workbook to a Recipient as an Attachment
  • Share an Excel Workbook
  • Track Changes in Excel
  • Use Comments in Excel
  • Merging Excel Workbooks
Exporting and Importing Data in Excel 2010
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Flow data into and out of Excel.
  • Exporting Your Excel Data
  • Data Export File Types
  • Importing External Data
  • Importing Data from Text
  • Importing Data from the Web
  • Creating a Web Query
Functions in Excel 2010
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Explore Excel's wide variety of built-in functions in the function libraries.
  • Date Functions
  • Text Functions
  • Logical Functions
  • AND/OR Functions
  • Lookup and Reference Functions
  • Statistical Functions
  • The Convert Function
  • INDEX Function
Working with Macros and Objects in Excel 2010
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Instead of repeatedly performing routine and/or complex tasks, let excel remember them for you so they can be carried out with a click or a keystroke - then store them on your quick access toolbar for easy access. Enhance the appeal and impact of your worksheet by including visual objects that supplement your data, then format and arrange them for maximum effect.
  • The Developer Tab
  • Microsoft Excel Trust Center
  • Working with Macros
  • Working with Shapes
  • Edit a Macro
Working with Multiple Worksheets in Excel 2010
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While data are routinely stored on a single worksheet, excel does not limit your calculations to that sheet. Use a variety of methods to collect, calculate, and present information from many sheets simultaneously in the format you choose.
  • Working Across Worksheets or Workbooks
  • Working with Worksheet Tabs
  • Change the Worksheet Tab Color
  • Multiple Sheet Formulas
  • Consolidating Data
Working with PivotTables in Excel 2010
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PivotTables enable you to organize and summarize your data so that it includes the information you want to display and excludes the rest. Change a PivotTable's focus by moving the fields to different locations, and create PivotCharts to represent the data in a graphical format.
  • Pivot Tables
  • Edit a PivotTable
  • Working with PivotTable Fields
  • Grouping in PivotTables
  • PivotCharts
  • Add Slicers to a PivotTable
Working with PowerPivots in Excel 2010
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Explore the built-in functionality of PowerPivot, a free add-in for Microsoft Excel. PowerPivot builds on the concept of PivotTable data and cross-tabulation feature.
  • Enabling PowerPivot in Excel
  • Getting Started with PowerPivot
  • Create a PowerPivot Data Model
  • Creating and Managing PowerPivot Relationships
  • PowerPivot Functions
  • Add Calculations in a PowerPivot

Outlook 2010

Getting Started with Outlook 2010
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Learn your way around the outlook window and use the various 'panes' that keep information available at a glance. Explore Outlook's new message management features that keep critical information at the fore automatically.
  • Elements of the Outlook Window
  • The Outlook To-Do Bar
  • Instant Search
  • Reading Pane
  • Create a Message
Manage Your Messages in Outlook 2010
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Arrange messages onscreen in an order that matches how you work. Customize messages with your own information and style, and add information to messages that integrate them automatically with other outlook elements. Easily stay in control of detailed information regarding an individual or organization.
  • Manage Your Messages
  • Conversations
  • Signatures
  • Flags and Categories
  • Automatic Replies
  • Contacts
  • Create a Distribution List
  • Set Message Delivery Options
  • Spell and Grammar Check a Message
The Calendar Feature in Outlook 2010
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Customize your appointments to make them informative and easy to find. Let Outlook handle the details of scheduling meetings and relevant information automatically.
  • View the Calendar
  • Edit and Delete Calendar Entries
  • Appointments
  • Appointments Part 2
  • Meetings
  • Manage Meeting Requests
  • Send a Calendar Via E-mail
  • Tasks on Calendar
  • Share Outlook Calendars
  • Calendar Groups and the Schedule View
Organize Folders and Emails in Outlook 2010
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Use folder and email rules and options to keep your messages and folders organized in Outlook 2010.
  • Create an Outlook Rule from a Blank Rule
  • Empty Deleted Items on Exit
  • Setting Junk E-Mail Folder Options
  • Manage Items in Your Junk E-Mail Folder
  • AutoArchive Settings for Outlook
  • Manual Archive of Outlook Items
  • Create a Personal Folder (PST)
The Task, Notes, & Journal Features in Outlook 2010
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Use tasks to assign work to complete within a certain time frame. Include all aspects of a task - including contacts, resources, categories, and priority - and measure your progress toward completion. Use notes to capture and manage those bits of miscellaneous information. Let Outlook track your daily activity automatically with the journal feature, making it easy to see how you spend your time and document your work.
  • Create a Task
  • Update Task Information
  • The Notes Feature
  • Working with Journal Entries

PowerPoint 2010

Adding Visual Interest and Interactivity in PowerPoint 2010
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Liven up your presentation with pictures, movies, sounds, and buttons that let the presenter or user jump to different locations within the presentation, or even to a web site!
  • Insert WordArt
  • Working with Sound
  • Working with Sound Options and Styles
  • Working with Video
  • Linking and Embedding Objects
  • Hyperlinks
  • Create an Action
  • Animating Objects
  • Advanced Animation Effects
  • Using Edit Points to Create a New Shape
  • Cropping Pictures
  • Adjusting Pictures
Creating a Presentation in PowerPoint 2010
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A presentation is simply a collection of slides to be displayed in a specified order. Begin by developing your individual slides and choosing on-slide animations. Next, setup slide-to-slide transitions.
  • Create a New Presentation
  • Methods for Creating a Presentation
  • Elements of a Slide
  • Slide Layouts
  • Working with Slides
  • Entering Text in a Slide
  • Text Boxes
Customizing Your PowerPoint 2010 Environment
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Make the PowerPoint interface yours!
  • Customize the PowerPoint Ribbon
  • Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Customizing the PowerPoint Proofing Options
  • Customizing the PowerPoint General Options
  • Customize How Your Presentations are Saved
  • Advanced PowerPoint Options
Customizing Your Slide Show in PowerPoint 2010
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Gather input from others for additional input, choosing with a few clicks which editions to incorporate. Once your presentation is complete, easily tell PowerPoint precisely how you want it to behave during presentation: make it presenter- or self-led, create 'shows within the show' to present certain content to a certain audience, let PowerPoint package all supplementary files to be sure nothing gets left behind, and more.
  • Creating Custom Themes
  • Customizing Your Slides
  • Embed Fonts
  • Customizing Slide Transitions
  • Custom Shows
  • Rehearse Timings
  • Record Your Slide Show Presentation
  • Secure Your Slide Show Presentation
Delivering Your Presentation in PowerPoint 2010
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Gather input from others for additional input, choosing with a few clicks which editions to incorporate. Once your presentation is complete, easily tell PowerPoint precisely how you want it to behave during presentation: make it presenter- or self-led, create 'shows within the show' to present certain content to a certain audience, let PowerPoint package all supplementary files to be sure nothing gets left behind, and more.
  • Reviewing Your Presentation
  • Timings and Narrations
  • Print Handouts and Notes
  • Speaker Notes
  • Preview and Print Your Presentation
  • Set Up the Show
Formatting Text in PowerPoint 2010
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Use a variety of techniques to add and edit written information on your slides. Explore several formatting methods that give them an attractive and easy-to-understand appearance, and use special features that let you change content and/or appearance across the presentation with a single command.
  • Formatting Text
  • Working with Live Preview
  • The Format Painter
  • Formatting Text Boxes
  • Cut, Copy, and Paste
  • The Paste Special Command
  • Find and Replace
  • Create and Format Bulleted or Numbered Lists
  • Create Slides from a Word Outline
  • Organizing Text Using the Outline Tab
Getting Started with PowerPoint 2010
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Learn your way around the PowerPoint window, the basics of creating and saving PowerPoint files, and the various ways of viewing a PowerPoint file in order to edit, arrange, and rehearse it.
  • Elements of the PowerPoint Window
  • The PowerPoint Ribbon and Contextual Tabs
  • The File Tab
  • The Quick Access Toolbar
  • Getting Help
  • PowerPoint Options
  • Navigating and Viewing a Presentation
  • PowerPoint Views
  • The View Tab and Master Views
  • The Window Group
  • Saving a PowerPoint Presentation
  • The Status Bar
Working with Graphics in PowerPoint 2010
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via PowerPoint's dynamic visuals.
  • Rulers, Guides, and Gridlines
  • Background Styles
  • Insert a Shape
  • Managing Shapes
  • Format Shapes
  • Object Order
  • Group Objects
  • Using Object Orientation
  • Inserting Clip Art, Videos, Pictures, and Screenshots
Working with SmartArt Graphics in PowerPoint 2010
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via PowerPoint's dynamic visuals.
  • Creating SmartArt Graphics
  • Editing Shapes in SmartArt Graphics
  • Adding Text to SmartArt Graphics
  • Applying SmartArt Styles
  • Animate SmartArt Graphics
Organizing Slides in PowerPoint 2010
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Learn the various ways of adding, editing, arranging, and otherwise handling the basic building blocks of a PowerPoint file to achieve precisely the presentation you desire.
  • Organizing Slides
  • The Slide Sorter View
  • The Outline Tab
  • Working with the Slide Master
  • Customize the Slide Master
  • Modify the Notes Master
  • Modify the Handout Master
  • Reuse Slides from an Existing Presentation
Reviewing and Collaborating with Others in PowerPoint 2010
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Learn to work collaboratively, using built in PowerPoint tools.
  • Spell Check Your Presentation
  • The Research Feature
  • Using the Thesaurus
  • Inspecting Your Document
  • Digital Signatures
  • Package Your Presentation for a CD
  • Working with Comments
  • Using the Comments Group
  • Using the Markup Feature
  • The Compare Feature
Working with Charts and Tables in PowerPoint 2010
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via PowerPoint's dynamic visuals.
  • Working with Tables
  • Copy and Paste a Table from Word
  • Insert an Excel Spreadsheet within PowerPoint
  • Format a Table
  • Working with Datasheet Charts
  • Organization Charts
  • Insert a Linked Chart from Excel
  • Format a Chart

Project 2010

Create Your Project in Project 2010
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A project is simply a collection of tasks to be completed by a certain date. Begin developing your project plan by setting your calendar and by choosing start and finish dates. Next, enter the specific tasks that lead to completion.
  • Elements of the Project Window
  • Project Information
  • Create and Assign a Project Calendar
  • Add Tasks to the Project Plan
  • Enter Task Duration
Manage Tasks in Project 2010
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Fine tune the tasks in your project. Steps to completion do not exist in a vacuum. For example, 'bake cake' must be completed before 'frost cake' can begin; additionally, time must be allowed for the cake to cool between the two tasks. Now that you have entered your tasks, you can enter such considerations into your project plan.
  • Task Types
  • Recurring Tasks
  • Task Notes
  • Dependent Tasks
  • Link Dependent Tasks
  • Lag Time vs. Lead Time
  • Task Constraints
  • Set a Task Deadline
  • Insert Tasks
Manage Resources in Project 2010
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Tasks cannot complete themselves - they require people, equipment, and materials, referred to in project as resources. Having entered your tasks and their dependencies, you can complete the project plan by entering the specific resources that will be used to perform each task.
  • Resources
  • The Resource Calendar
  • Assign Resources
  • Assign Resources Part 2
  • Resolve Resource Conflicts with Leveling
  • The Task Form
Finalize Your Project in Project 2010
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Review your completed plan to make sure they can be completed according to the project duration and adjust as necessary. Create a standard against which actual progress will be compared as the project proceeds. Use reports to stay apprised of progress.
  • Import and Export Data
  • Shorten the Project Duration
  • Critical Path
  • Set a Project Baseline
  • Reports
Follow Task Progress in Project 2010
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Keep project informed as tasks move toward completion, and view this progress using a variety of methods, easily staying apprised of overall project status.
  • Task Progress Information
  • View Task Progress
  • Reschedule a Task
  • Split a Task
  • Move Tasks
  • Inspect Tasks
Create Reports in Project 2010
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Project offers a wide variety of built-in reports for staying apprised of project progress and information. Learn to generate these reports, and create your own specialized reports for future use.
  • Reports
  • Modify a Report
  • Custom Reports
  • Create a Visual Report
Use the Views, Tables, and Filters in Project 2010
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A complex project, with its myriad tasks and resources, can quickly become unwieldy and difficult to manage. Explore a variety of techniques for displaying precisely the information you need in a given moment or for a particular purpose.
  • The Gantt Chart
  • Sort a Task or Resource View
  • Table Views
  • Data Views
  • The Zoom Features
  • The Split View Features
  • Custom View
  • Custom Table
  • Custom Filter
  • Use Your Custom Views for Other Project Plans
Advanced Topics in Project 2010
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Having developed project elements which are universal to all your projects - such as a company calendar, individuals in your department, available equipment, common tasks, etc. - save them for future use, making them available for use in all your projects. Further simplify your work using project's tools for sharing resources with others, splitting multi-faceted projects into manageable pieces, and more.
  • Interim Project Plan
  • Create a Project Template
  • Share Resources
  • The Organizer
  • Create a Master Project Plan

Visio 2010

Applying Formatting in Visio 2010
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Use a wide variety of formatting options to enhance the appearance of your text, including color, font, size, and even animation! Learn how to arrange text on a page to increase clarity and visual interest using formatting features, then preview and print your document.
  • Format a Diagram
  • Containers
  • Apply Page Designs

Visio 2010

Creating a Drawing in Visio 2010
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Learn to use Visio's diagram tools, templates, and drawing elements to convey your information.
  • Methods for Creating a Drawing
  • Create a Basic Diagram
  • Create a New Drawing
  • Drawing Elements
Getting Started with Visio 2010
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Learn your way around the Visio window, the basics of creating and saving visio files, and how to place shapes on a diagram.
  • Elements of the Visio Window
  • The Visio Ribbon and Contextual Tabs
  • Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
  • The File Tab
  • View the Drawing
  • Navigate Pages
  • Save a Visio Drawing
Working with Shapes in Visio 2010
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Build and connect diagrams, flowcharts, and more utilizing Visio's powerful Shapes.
  • Create a Basic Flowchart
  • Cross-Functional Flowcharts
  • The Shapes Pane
  • Master Shape Components
  • Manage Shapes
  • Format Shapes
  • Cut, Copy, Paste, and Delete Shapes
  • Callouts
  • Align Shapes
  • Connect Shapes
Working with Specialized Diagrams in Visio 2010
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Explore Visio's many options that describe business processes, represent relationships between people and functions within an organization, lay out a physical space, and more. Store relevant information inside shapes themselves, and link them to other locations within the diagram, to other files, or to a web address.
  • Organization Charts
  • Format an Organization Chart
  • The Organization Chart Wizard
  • Create Maps and Floor Plans
  • Network Diagrams
  • Shape Data Properties
  • Layers
  • Hyperlinks

Word 2010

Getting Started with Word 2010
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Learn your way around the word window, the basics of creating and saving word files, the various ways in which to display a file in order to see just the elements you need in a given moment, and the basics of entering text.
  • Elements of the Word Window
  • Manage Documents
  • View Documents
  • Getting Help
  • Word Options
  • Paste Options
Format and Print in Word 2010
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Use a wide variety of formatting options to enhance the appearance of your text, including color, font, size, and even animation! Learn how to arrange text on a page to increase clarity and visual interest using formatting features, then preview and print your document.
  • Working with Text
  • Format Text
  • Format a Document
  • Preview and Print
Useful Tools in Word 2010
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Some features in Word can simply make your life easier.
  • Spelling and Grammar Check
  • The Thesaurus
  • Find and Replace
  • Screenshot
  • AutoCorrect and AutoFormat
  • Bullets and Numbering
  • Insert a Cover Page
The Table Feature in Word 2010
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Learn to use Tables in Word.
  • Create a Table
  • Format a Table
  • Customize Table Appearance
  • Modify Table Structure
  • Convert Text into a Table
  • Insert a Microsoft Excel Table in Word
  • Sort Table Data
  • Formulas and Functions
Charts in Word 2010
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Learn to work with the Chart tool in Word.
  • Create a Chart in Word
  • Modify a Chart
  • Update Chart Data
  • Change Chart Type
  • Edit Chart Data
Document Collaboration and Revision in Word 2010
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Learn to use the Collaboration and Revision tools in Word 2010.
  • Reviewing Tools
  • Comments
  • Track, Accept, and Reject Changes
  • Review and Compare Documents
  • Protecting Documents
The Reference Features in Word 2010
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Use Word's built-in reference tools.
  • Table of Contents
  • Create an Index
  • Create Footnotes and Endnotes
  • The Bookmark Feature
  • Create and Apply a Caption
  • Cross-reference Document Information
  • Mark Citations for a Table of Authorities
  • Create a Table of Authorities
The Mail Merge Feature in Word 2010
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Learn to perform a Mail Merge in Word.
  • Create a Mail Merge
  • Preview Merged Documents

Access 2007

Access 2007 - Getting Started
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Become familiar with the arrangement of the access screen, the components of a database, and how to get help when necessary. Learn the recognized approach for planning a database, then create the basic structure.
  • The Database Window
  • Setting Tabbed Documents View Option
  • Getting Help
  • Creating a Database
  • Access Navigation Pane
Access 2007 - Working with Basic Table Structure
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Having planned and created your database file, begin by adding or editing tables, which will store data. Next, tell access how the new tables relate to each other and begin entering data.
  • Creating Tables
  • Setting the Primary Key
  • Complex Data Types
  • Creating Relationships
Access 2007 - Customizing and Controlling Table Data
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Control the way access stores, handles, and displays table information, using special formatting to facilitate data entry and minimize error.
  • Specifying Field Properties
  • Using Input Masks
  • Creating Lookup Columns
  • Working with Subdatasheets
Access 2007 - Query Basics
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Queries allow you to ask questions of the information in your database. Explore the four approaches to asking such questions.
  • Types of Queries
  • Creating Basic Queries
  • Controlling Query Data
Access 2007 - Creating Forms
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Forms make it easier to collect the information you want. Learn to build forms, through which you or other users can add, edit, or view the information stored in your database.
  • Access Form Types
  • Working with Forms in Design View
  • Enhancing Forms and Reports
  • Specifying Control Properties
  • Adding Controls
Access 2007 - Forms: Enhancing Usability
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Go beyond standard forms.
  • Adding Command Buttons
  • Using AutoFormat
  • Organizing with Tab Pages
  • Displaying a Calendar
  • Working with Subforms
Access 2007 - Working with Reports
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Access offers the ability to create reports on the information it houses. Learn to generate these reports, and create your own specialized reports for future use.
  • Report Types
  • Exporting Reports to PDF
  • Interactive Layout View for Forms and Reports
  • Enhancing Forms and Reports Design
  • Working with Reports in Design View
  • Specifying Control Properties
  • Using Functions
Access 2007 - Advanced Queries
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Add power to your basic queries by including calculations, setting criteria, and formatting information for maximum visual impact.
  • Advanced Select Queries
  • Total Queries
  • Advanced Query Calculations
  • Action Queries
Access 2007 - Working with Other Microsoft Applications
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Share data between access and other Microsoft office applications.
  • Importing External Data
  • Exporting from Microsoft Access
  • Using OfficeLinks Options
  • Working with Data Access Pages
Access 2007 - Working with Macros
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Instead of repeatedly performing routine and/or complex tasks, let excel remember them for you so they can be carried out with a click or a keystroke - then store them on your quick access toolbar for easy access. Enhance the appeal and impact of your worksheet by including visual objects that supplement your data, then format and arrange them for maximum effect.
  • Creating Macros
  • Working with Embedded Macros
Access 2007 - Automating a Database
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Learn to automate event responses - without learning to code.
  • Using a Switchboard
  • Automating Access Events
  • Displaying a Message Box

Excel 2007

Excel 2007 - Getting Started
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Learn your way around the excel window, the basics of creating and saving excel files, and how to view and arrange worksheets for ease of use.
  • Elements of the Excel 2007 Window
  • Working with Live Preview
  • Working with Office Galleries
  • Managing Workbooks
  • Managing Worksheets
  • Getting Help
  • The Office Clipboard
Excel 2007 - Formatting Excel
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Learn the basics of rows and columns - the structure through which excel stores your information - and how to manage them. Explore techniques for quick entry and basic calculations. Explore a variety of techniques for giving data a visually attractive, easy-to-understand appearance.
  • Entering Data
  • Working with Rows and Columns
  • Find and Select Data
  • Applying Cell Formats
  • Printing
Excel 2007 - Getting Started with Formulas
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Create basic formulas applying the correct structure. Create formulas using the function libraries of Excel.
  • Inserting Functions
  • Relative vs. Absolute Cell References
  • Working with Formulas
  • Naming a Range
  • Using the Watch Window
Excel 2007 - Charts
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Charts allow you to present numeric information in an attractive, easily edited, and highly customizable graphical form. Choose one of Excel's many built-in styles to present your information for maximum impact, and display the impact of trends or forecasts according to data you choose.
  • Creating Charts
  • Changing the Chart Type
  • Modifying Chart Options
  • Formatting Charts
  • Modifying Chart Data
  • Working with Trendlines
Excel 2007 - Working with Multiple Worksheets
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While data are routinely stored on a single worksheet, excel does not limit your calculations to that sheet. Use a variety of methods to collect, calculate, and present information from many sheets simultaneously in the format you choose.
  • Working Across Worksheets or Workbooks
  • Multiple Sheet Formulas
  • Using Conditional Formatting
  • Importing and Exporting
  • Consolidating Data
Excel 2007 - Sorting and Filtering
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Explore a variety of techniques for displaying precisely the information you need in a given moment or for a particular purpose. Use subtotals to stay apprised of activity in smaller groups of numbers.
  • Creating Subtotals
  • Basic Sorting and Filtering
  • Sorting Using the Sort Dialog Box
  • Using AutoFilter
  • Advanced Filters
Excel 2007 - Collaborating with Others
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Learn to work collaboratively, using built in Excel tools.
  • Protecting Microsoft Excel Worksheets
  • Sharing Excel Workbooks
  • Using Comments in Excel
  • Tracking Changes in Excel
  • Sending Workbook to a Recipient as an Attachment
  • Merging Excel Workbooks
Excel 2007 - Tips and Tricks
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Become an Excel Expert.
  • Quick Access Toolbar
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Change the Worksheet Tab Color
  • The Excel Status Bar
  • Protecting Microsoft Excel Worksheets
  • The Office Clipboard
  • Automatically Fill a Row or Column
  • Find and Select Data
  • Basic Sorting and Filtering
  • Data Validation
  • Locking Columns and Rows
  • View Multiple Worksheets Side by Side
  • The Split View Feature
  • Applying Cell Formats
  • Formatting Worksheets
  • Working Across Worksheets or Workbooks
  • Using Conditional Formatting
  • Working with Shapes
  • Named Ranges
  • The Paste Values Feature
  • Using AutoFilter
  • SmartArt
  • Create A Chart
  • The Align Feature
  • The Selection Pane
  • Working with Macros
Excel 2007 - Advanced Formulas
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Perform more advanced actions and analyses within excel using formula and function libraries.
  • Data Validation
  • Logical Functions
  • Date Functions
  • Lookup Functions
  • Finding a Periodic Loan Payment
  • Text Functions
Excel 2007 - PivotTables
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PivotTables enable you to organize and summarize your data so that it includes the information you want to display and excludes the rest. Change a PivotTable's focus by moving the fields to different locations, and create PivotCharts to represent the data in a graphical format.
  • Creating PivotTables
  • Editing PivotTables
  • Working with Fields
  • Grouping in PivotTables
  • PivotCharts
Excel 2007 - Macros and Objects
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Instead of repeatedly performing routine and/or complex tasks, let excel remember them for you so they can be carried out with a click or a keystroke - then store them on your quick access toolbar for easy access. Enhance the appeal and impact of your worksheet by including visual objects that supplement your data, then format and arrange them for maximum effect.
  • Working with Macros
  • Managing Macros
  • Working with Objects

Outlook 2007

Outlook 2007 - Getting Started
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Learn your way around the outlook window and use the various panes that keep information available at a glance. Explore Outlook's new message management features that keep critical information at the fore automatically.
  • The Outlook 2007 Environment
  • Composing Messages
  • Reading Pane
  • Outlook To-Do Bar
  • Using Instant Search
Outlook 2007 - Managing Emails
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Use folder and email rules and options to keep your messages and folders organized in Outlook 2007.
  • Managing Your Messages
  • Out of Office Assistant
  • Empty Outlook Trashcan on Exit
  • Setting Junk E-Mail Folder Options
  • Working with Flags and Categories
  • Auto Signatures
Outlook 2007 - Managing Your Appointments
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Customize your appointments to make them informative and easy to find. Let Outlook handle the details of scheduling meetings and relevant information automatically.
  • Viewing the Calendar
  • Editing and Deleting Calendar Entries
  • Working with Appointments
  • Working with Appointments Part 2
Outlook 2007 - Managing Meetings, Sharing Your Calendar
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Customize your appointments to make them informative and easy to find. Let Outlook handle the details of scheduling meetings and relevant information automatically.
  • Working with Meetings
  • Managing Meeting Requests
  • Replying to a Meeting Request
  • Tasks on Calendars
  • Send a Calendar Via E-Mail
  • Sharing Outlook Calendars
Outlook 2007 - Managing Contacts, Archiving Data
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Customize your appointments to make them informative and easy to find. Let Outlook handle the details of scheduling meetings and relevant information automatically.
  • Working with Contacts
  • Creating Distribution Lists
  • Spell and Grammar Checking Message
  • Setting up AutoArchives for Outlook
  • Manual Archiving of Outlook Items
  • Creating a Personal Folder (PST) to Manage E-Mail
Outlook 2007 - Managing Tasks, Notes, and Journal Entries
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Fine tune the tasks in your project. Steps to completion do not exist in a vacuum. For example, 'bake cake' must be completed before 'frost cake' can begin; additionally, time must be allowed for the cake to cool between the two tasks. Now that you have entered your tasks, you can enter such considerations into your project plan.
  • Creating Tasks Activities
  • Updating Task Information
  • Working with Notes
  • Working with Journal Entries

PowerPoint 2007

PowerPoint 2007 - Getting Started
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Learn your way around the PowerPoint window, the basics of creating and saving PowerPoint files, and the various ways of viewing a PowerPoint file in order to edit, arrange, and rehearse it.
  • Elements of the PowerPoint Window
  • Creating a New Presentation
  • Save vs. Save As
  • Creating Slides from a Microsoft Word Outline
  • Using PowerPoint Views
  • Reusing Slides from an Existing Presentation
PowerPoint 2007 - Working with Slides
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Learn the various ways of adding, editing, arranging, and otherwise handling the basic building blocks of a PowerPoint file to achieve precisely the presentation you desire.
  • Working with Slide Format
  • Using Slide Sorter View

PowerPoint 2007

PowerPoint 2007 - Working with Text
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Use a variety of techniques to add and edit written information on your slides. Explore several formatting methods that give them an attractive and easy-to-understand appearance, and use special features that let you change content and/or appearance across the presentation with a single command.
  • Entering Text
  • Working with Text Boxes
  • Find and Replace
  • Cut, Copy, and Paste
  • Creating Bulleted or Numbered Lists
  • Working in Outline View
PowerPoint 2007 - Working with Charts, Tables and Diagrams
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via PowerPoint's dynamic visuals.
  • Working with Tables
  • Working with Datasheet Charts
  • Working with Organization Charts
  • Working with SmartArt Graphics
PowerPoint 2007 - Working with Objects
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Instead of repeatedly performing routine and/or complex tasks, let excel remember them for you so they can be carried out with a click or a keystroke, then store them on your quick access toolbar for easy access.
  • Using the Shapes Button
  • Using AutoShapes
  • Inserting WordArt
  • Layering Objects
  • Grouping Objects
PowerPoint 2007 - Adding Visual Interest and Interactivity
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Liven up your presentation with pictures, movies, sounds, and buttons that let the presenter or user jump to different locations within the presentation, or even to a web site!
  • Working with Movies, Animated Images, and Pictures
  • Working with Sound Clips
  • Custom Animation
  • Creating Actions Buttons
  • SmartArt
PowerPoint 2007 - Working with Other Microsoft Applications
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Share data between access and other Microsoft office applications.
  • Reusing Slides from an Existing Presentation
  • Sending a Presentation to Microsoft Word
  • Linking and Embedding Objects
  • Embedding Fonts
  • Inserting Hyperlinks
  • Saving for the Web
PowerPoint 2007 - Preparing for Delivery
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A presentation is simply a collection of slides to be displayed in a specified order. Begin by developing your individual slides and choosing on-slide animations. Next, setup slide-to-slide transitions.
  • Applying Slide Transitions
  • Timing and Narration
  • Using Speaker's Notes
  • Setting Up the Show
  • Collaborating with Others/Reviewing
  • Printing a Presentation
  • Custom Shows
  • Packaging for a CD

Project 2007

Project 2007 - Entering Task Progress
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Keep project informed as tasks move toward completion, and view this progress using a variety of methods, easily staying apprised of overall project status.
  • Entering Task Progress Information
  • Viewing Task Progress
  • Rescheduling Tasks
  • Splitting Tasks
  • Filtering Tasks
  • Setting an Interim Project Plan
Project 2007 - Identifying Task Durations
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Tasks cannot complete themselves - they require people, equipment, and materials, referred to in project as resources. Having entered your tasks and their dependencies, you can complete the project plan by entering the specific resources that will be used to perform each task.
  • Entering Project Information
  • Creating and Assigning a Project Calendar
  • Adding Tasks to the Project Plan
  • Entering Task Duration Estimates
  • Entering a Recurring Task
Project 2007 - Identifying Project Dependencies
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Tasks cannot complete themselves - they require people, equipment, and materials, referred to in project as resources. Having entered your tasks and their dependencies, you can complete the project plan by entering the specific resources that will be used to perform each task.
  • Outlining Tasks
  • Linking Dependent Tasks
  • Lag Time vs. Lead Time
  • Constraining a Task
  • Identifying Deliverables
  • Setting a Task Deadline
Project 2007 - Identifying Project Resources
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Tasks cannot complete themselves - they require people, equipment, and materials, referred to in project as resources. Having entered your tasks and their dependencies, you can complete the project plan by entering the specific resources that will be used to perform each task.
  • Creating Resources
  • Creating a Resource Calendar
  • Assigning Resources
  • Assigning Resources Part 2
  • Assigning Resources Part 3
  • Resolving Resource Conflicts
Project 2007 - Finalize a Project Plan
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Review your completed plan to make sure they can be completed according to the project duration and adjust as necessary. Create a standard against which actual progress will be compared as the project proceeds. Use reports to stay apprised of progress.
  • Viewing the Critical Path
  • Shortening the Project Duration
  • Importing and Exporting Data
  • Setting a Baseline
  • Displaying Project Summary Information
Project 2007 - Reusing Project Plan Information
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Learn to use an existing project plan as the basis for a new one.
  • Creating a Project Plan Template
  • Making Custom Views Available to Other Project Plans
  • Creating a Master Project Plan
  • Sharing Resources
  • Working with Global Settings
Project 2007 - Customizing Views, Tables and Filters
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A complex project, with its myriad tasks and resources, can quickly become unwieldy and difficult to manage. Explore a variety of techniques for displaying precisely the information you need in a given moment or for a particular purpose.
  • Customizing Views
  • Customizing Filters
  • Customizing Project Tables
Project 2007 - Viewing and Customizing Reports
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Control the way project stores, handles, and displays information, using special formatting to facilitate data entry and minimize errors.
  • Working with Existing Reports
  • Customizing Reports

Visio 2007

Visio 2007 - Getting Started
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Learn your way around the Visio window, the basics of creating and saving visio files, and how to place shapes on a diagram.
  • Elements of the Visio 2007 Window
  • Navigating Pages
  • Starting a New File
  • Changing View Settings
  • Drawing Basic Shapes
  • Managing Shapes
Visio 2007 - Basic Flowchart
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Build and connect diagrams, flowcharts, and more utilizing Visio's powerful Shapes.
  • Starting a Basic Flowchart
  • Placing Shapes
  • Working with Master Shapes
  • Connecting Shapes
  • Applying Page Styles
  • Creating Cross-Functional Flowcharts
Visio 2007 - Specialized Diagrams
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Explore Visio's many options that describe business processes, represent relationships between people and functions within an organization, lay out a physical space, and more. Store relevant information inside shapes themselves, and link them to other locations within the diagram, to other files, or to a web address.
  • Working with Organization Charts
  • Using Custom Shape Properties
  • Using Hyperlinks
  • Working with Building Plans

Word 2007

Word 2007 - Getting Started
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Learn your way around the word window, the basics of creating and saving word files, the various ways in which to display a file in order to see just the elements you need in a given moment, and the basics of entering text.
  • Elements of the Word Window
  • Using the Options Dialog Box
  • The Office Clipboard
  • Viewing Documents
  • Managing Documents
Word 2007 - Basic Formatting: Text and Layout
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Use a wide variety of formatting options to enhance the appearance of your text, including color, font, size, and even animation! Learn how to arrange text on a page to increase clarity and visual interest using formatting features, then preview and print your document.
  • Formatting Text
  • Formatting Paragraphs
  • Formatting the Document
  • Creating Lists
  • Preview and Print
Word 2007 - Working with Styles and Tables
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Simplify the process of creating professional-looking Word documents.
  • Working with Styles
  • Creating a Table of Contents
  • Marking Citations for a Table of Authorities
  • Creating a Table of Authorities
Word 2007 - Creating and Managing Tables
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via PowerPoint's dynamic visuals.
  • Creating a Table
  • Modifying Table Structure
  • Customizing Table Appearance
  • AutoFormat a Table
  • Converting Text into a Table
  • Opening a Microsoft Excel Table in Word
  • Sorting Table Data
  • Formulas and Functions
Word 2007 - Creating and Managing Charts
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The implications of numerical and categorical information or business processes can be difficult to convey using the written or spoken word. Instead, show your audience what you mean via PowerPoint's dynamic visuals.
  • Creating a Chart
  • Modifying a Chart
  • Updating Chart Data
  • Hiding and Displaying Chart Data
  • Selecting a Different Chart Style
Word 2007 - Preparing Documents for Publication
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Simplify the process of creating professional-looking Word documents.
  • Working with Bookmarks
  • Creating Footnotes and Endnotes
  • Applying Captions
  • Cross-Referencing Document Information
  • Creating a Table of Contents
  • Creating an Index
Word 2007 - Managing Document Collaboration and Revision
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Learn to use the Collaboration and Revision tools in Word 2007.
  • Reviewing Tools
  • Working with Comments
  • Accepting and Rejecting Changes
  • Comparing Documents
  • Protecting Documents
Word 2007 - Useful Tools
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Some features in Word can simply make your life easier.
  • AutoText Features
  • Spelling and Grammar Check
  • Find and Replace
  • The Thesaurus
  • Using the Options Dialog Box
Word 2007 - Objects and Templates
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Instead of repeatedly performing routine and/or complex tasks, let word remember them for you so they can be carried out with a click or a keystroke, then store them on your quick access toolbar for easy access.
  • Working with Objects
  • Working with Styles
  • Working with Templates
Word 2007 - Specialized Documents: Mail Merge and Newsletters
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Learn to perform a Mail Merge in Word.
  • Creating a Mail Merge
  • Creating a Newsletter
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