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1. MS Office 2013 New Features (German): Master the new features of MS Office 2013

Avoid the confusion and costly drop in productivity that is traditionally associated with a new version of Microsoft Office by investing in the MS Office 2013 – New Features course. This course acts as a quick-start guide, telling students where to find each new function, and highlight the differences of which they need to be aware without the usual experimentation that an unfamiliar interface demands.

Designed to be simple and accessible, this course is best suited to:

  • Existing users of Microsoft Office who are about to upgrade to the new 2013 release.
  • Users who have already upgraded to Office 2013 but who are struggling to adjust to the new system and are struggling to be fully productive.
  • Technical support engineers who will need to help their users adjust to the new version following a network-wide upgrade.
  • Super users who will be helping their colleagues adjust to the new version of Office.

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course uses a combination of interactive examples and instructor-led videos to communicate key concepts and ideas. The course is available for access anyplace anytime using our online learning platform. A series of practical exercises will help students familiarise themselves with the new features and functions of Office 2013, and provide a visual indicator of their progress.

Students taking the MS Office 2013 – New Features course can also ask other course participants for help and guidance using our social networking platform. At the end of this course students will be fully aware of the new functions included in Office 2013 and how to use them properly to become more productive.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

This course is designed for Office users of any skill level, the only pre-requisite is that they have used a previous version of Microsoft Office at some point in the past. The course opens with an outline of general changes including:

  • The Ribbon, tabs, groups and commands that provide access to key functions.
  • Using “the Cloud” to extend Office functionality.
  • Introducing keyboard shortcuts that can be used to speed up common tasks .
  • The ribbons, contextual tabs, Quick Access and Mini Toolbars that make up the menu bars and screen elements.
  • Using the screen clipping and screenshot tools to capture images to be embedded in documents.

The course then goes on to look at the new features of Word 2013 and how they are used:

  • Quick Parts and Building Blocks to speed up document creation.
  • How to insert content from the web.
  • Expand and Collapse Paragraphs
  • Using Reading Mode, Resume Reading, Live Layout and Improved Commenting and Track Changes features to simplify proofreading tasks.
  • Using the Contextual Spell Checking and Word Definition Checker to correct spelling and grammar.

A similar process is repeated for Excel 2013, showing:

  • The new location of old menu items.
  • The use of the resizable formula bar and function autocomplete to increase efficiency.
  • Using sparklines, slicers and timelines to better sort and analyse data
  • Using galleries and conditional formatting to cell and font appearance.

PowerPoint has also undergone some revisions in the 2013 iteration. Students will learn about:

  • How to use the new Eyeper Tool.
  • The application of graphics effects, merged shapes and custom slide layouts to personalise presentations.
  • Embedding online content, video and animations into presentations.

Outlook, the Office email and calendaring application has been updated to include:

  • A new file tab, navigation bar, instant search tool and a weather bar.
  • The use of instant Inbox filters to route messages and reduce tie spent on routine admin tasks like email filing.
  • Overlaying Calendar views, to maximise the display of data.
  • Using the Tasks area to record To Do items.

The changes to Office 2013 are quite extensive, and this list is not exhaustive. They do however give an idea of what students can expect to cover as part of this course.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course is a simple but effective primer in Office 2013, designed to reduce the learning curve associated with new software. By familiarising students with the new Office 2013 tools in advance, they will immediately be more productive once they begin using the system for real.

The main benefits of the MS Office 2013 – New Features course are:

  • A reduced learning curve for students once they begin using Office 2013, keeping productivity levels and profit margins up.
  • A cost-effective way to learn about the new features of Office 2013 and how to use them.
  • Basic familiarisation tools that serve as a primer/introductory training.

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course is an investment in ensuring that the move to a new version of Microsoft Office is both smooth and efficient, and that productivity levels remain unaffected during the switch over process.

2. MS Office 2010 New Features (German): Master the new features of MS Office 2010

Avoid the confusion traditionally associated with a new version of Microsoft Office by investing in the MS Office 2010 – New Features course. Students taking this course will no longer have to rely on randomly clicking buttons and menu options until they find the feature they are looking for – this course will tell them where to find each function, and highlight the differences of which they need to be aware.

Simple and accessible, this course is best suited to:

  • Users of Microsoft Office who are about to upgrade to the 2010 edition.
  • Users who have already upgraded to Office 2010 but who are struggling to adjust to the new system.
  • Support professionals who will need to help their users adjust to the new version following a network-wide upgrade.
  • Super users who will be responsible for helping other employees get up to speed with a new version of Office.

Using a mix of interactive examples and instructor-led videos the MS Office 2010 – New Features course is available for access anyplace anytime using our online learning platform. A series of practical exercises will help students familiarise themselves with the new features and functions, and provide a visual indicator of their progress.

Students taking the MS Office 2010 – New Features course can also use our social networking platform to request assistance from other learners, or to share their own observations. At the end of this course students will be fully aware of the new functions included in Office 2010 and how they are properly used.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

Designed for users of any skill level, the only pre-requisite is that they have used a previous version of Microsoft Office at some point in the past. The course opens with an outline of general changes including:

  • The new Fluent user interface and how to use it.
  • Modifying and customising application settings (eg Saving in Previous Office formats, Setting default file locations, etc)
  • Using the Status Bar and Enhanced Screen Tips to provide additional clues about using the application.
  • The ribbons, contextual tabs, Quick Access and Mini Toolbars that make up the menu bars and screen elements.
  • The new XML file formats and the benefits they offer over older file formats.

The course then goes on to look at the new features of Word 2010 and how they are used:

  • Uncovering the new location of old menu items.
  • Using Quick Styles to improve document appearance quickly and easily.
  • How to use the Style Set, Colour and Font Galleries to speed up formatting.
  • Other document design elements including table styles and headers and footers.
  • How to use the new MailMerge function to automatically populate letter templates with data from an external source.

A similar process is repeated for Excel 2010, showing:

  • The new location of old menu items.
  • New formula features and how to apply them to spreadsheets.
  • Using instant conditional formatting to improve data calculations and appearance.
  • The new spreadsheet dimensions.
  • Applying cell and table styles, enhancing cell and font colours and using the new chart features to improve the appearance of reports.

PowerPoint has also undergone some revisions in the 2010 iteration. Students will learn:

  • Where to find old features in their new location.
  • How to use ribbons which replace old task panes.
  • How to build custom layouts, slide libraries, and new slide masters to speed up the process of building a new presentation.

Outlook, the Office email and calendaring application has been updated to include:

  • A new RSS reader to help stay on top of website updates.
  • How to use the To Do pane to stay on top of tasks.
  • How to share contacts with other Excel users.
  • How to preview email attachments quickly and simply.
  • Changes to the Calendar views, including snapshots and overlays to simplify the display of data.

The changes to Office 2010 are quite extensive, and this list is not exhaustive. They do however give an idea of what students can expect.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

The MS Office 2010 – New Features course is a simple but effective primer in Office 2010, that reduces the learning curve and helps students become more productive, more quickly. By helping students know what to expect from Office 2010 in advance, they will immediately be more productive once they begin using the system for real.

The main benefits of the MS Office 2010 – New Features course are:

  • A reduced learning curve for students once they begin using Office 2010, keeping productivity levels up.
  • A cost-effective way to learn about the new features of Office 2010 and how to use them.

The MS Office 2010 – New Features course is an investment in ensuring that the move to a new version of Office is both smooth and efficient, and that productivity levels remain high.

3. MS Office 2010 New Features (French): Master the new features of MS Office 2010

Avoid the confusion traditionally associated with a new version of Microsoft Office by investing in the MS Office 2010 – New Features course. Students taking this course will no longer have to rely on randomly clicking buttons and menu options until they find the feature they are looking for – this course will tell them where to find each function, and highlight the differences of which they need to be aware.

Simple and accessible, this course is best suited to:

  • Users of Microsoft Office who are about to upgrade to the 2010 edition.
  • Users who have already upgraded to Office 2010 but who are struggling to adjust to the new system.
  • Support professionals who will need to help their users adjust to the new version following a network-wide upgrade.
  • Super users who will be responsible for helping other employees get up to speed with a new version of Office.

Using a mix of interactive examples and instructor-led videos the MS Office 2010 – New Features course is available for access anyplace anytime using our online learning platform. A series of practical exercises will help students familiarise themselves with the new features and functions, and provide a visual indicator of their progress.

Students taking the MS Office 2010 – New Features course can also use our social networking platform to request assistance from other learners, or to share their own observations. At the end of this course students will be fully aware of the new functions included in Office 2010 and how they are properly used.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

Designed for users of any skill level, the only pre-requisite is that they have used a previous version of Microsoft Office at some point in the past. The course opens with an outline of general changes including:

  • The new Fluent user interface and how to use it.
  • Modifying and customising application settings (eg Saving in Previous Office formats, Setting default file locations, etc)
  • Using the Status Bar and Enhanced Screen Tips to provide additional clues about using the application.
  • The ribbons, contextual tabs, Quick Access and Mini Toolbars that make up the menu bars and screen elements.
  • The new XML file formats and the benefits they offer over older file formats.

The course then goes on to look at the new features of Word 2010 and how they are used:

  • Uncovering the new location of old menu items.
  • Using Quick Styles to improve document appearance quickly and easily.
  • How to use the Style Set, Colour and Font Galleries to speed up formatting.
  • Other document design elements including table styles and headers and footers.
  • How to use the new MailMerge function to automatically populate letter templates with data from an external source.

A similar process is repeated for Excel 2010, showing:

  • The new location of old menu items.
  • New formula features and how to apply them to spreadsheets.
  • Using instant conditional formatting to improve data calculations and appearance.
  • The new spreadsheet dimensions.
  • Applying cell and table styles, enhancing cell and font colours and using the new chart features to improve the appearance of reports.

PowerPoint has also undergone some revisions in the 2010 iteration. Students will learn:

  • Where to find old features in their new location.
  • How to use ribbons which replace old task panes.
  • How to build custom layouts, slide libraries, and new slide masters to speed up the process of building a new presentation.

Outlook, the Office email and calendaring application has been updated to include:

  • A new RSS reader to help stay on top of website updates.
  • How to use the To Do pane to stay on top of tasks.
  • How to share contacts with other Excel users.
  • How to preview email attachments quickly and simply.
  • Changes to the Calendar views, including snapshots and overlays to simplify the display of data.

The changes to Office 2010 are quite extensive, and this list is not exhaustive. They do however give an idea of what students can expect.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

The MS Office 2010 – New Features course is a simple but effective primer in Office 2010, that reduces the learning curve and helps students become more productive, more quickly. By helping students know what to expect from Office 2010 in advance, they will immediately be more productive once they begin using the system for real.

The main benefits of the MS Office 2010 – New Features course are:

  • A reduced learning curve for students once they begin using Office 2010, keeping productivity levels up.
  • A cost-effective way to learn about the new features of Office 2010 and how to use them.

The MS Office 2010 – New Features course is an investment in ensuring that the move to a new version of Office is both smooth and efficient, and that productivity levels remain high.

4. MS Office 2013 New Features (French): Master the new features of MS Office 2013

Avoid the confusion and costly drop in productivity that is traditionally associated with a new version of Microsoft Office by investing in the MS Office 2013 – New Features course. This course acts as a quick-start guide, telling students where to find each new function, and highlight the differences of which they need to be aware without the usual experimentation that an unfamiliar interface demands.

Designed to be simple and accessible, this course is best suited to:

  • Existing users of Microsoft Office who are about to upgrade to the new 2013 release.
  • Users who have already upgraded to Office 2013 but who are struggling to adjust to the new system and are struggling to be fully productive.
  • Technical support engineers who will need to help their users adjust to the new version following a network-wide upgrade.
  • Super users who will be helping their colleagues adjust to the new version of Office.

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course uses a combination of interactive examples and instructor-led videos to communicate key concepts and ideas. The course is available for access anyplace anytime using our online learning platform. A series of practical exercises will help students familiarise themselves with the new features and functions of Office 2013, and provide a visual indicator of their progress.

Students taking the MS Office 2013 – New Features course can also ask other course participants for help and guidance using our social networking platform. At the end of this course students will be fully aware of the new functions included in Office 2013 and how to use them properly to become more productive.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

This course is designed for Office users of any skill level, the only pre-requisite is that they have used a previous version of Microsoft Office at some point in the past. The course opens with an outline of general changes including:

  • The Ribbon, tabs, groups and commands that provide access to key functions.
  • Using “the Cloud” to extend Office functionality.
  • Introducing keyboard shortcuts that can be used to speed up common tasks .
  • The ribbons, contextual tabs, Quick Access and Mini Toolbars that make up the menu bars and screen elements.
  • Using the screen clipping and screenshot tools to capture images to be embedded in documents.

The course then goes on to look at the new features of Word 2013 and how they are used:

  • Quick Parts and Building Blocks to speed up document creation.
  • How to insert content from the web.
  • Expand and Collapse Paragraphs
  • Using Reading Mode, Resume Reading, Live Layout and Improved Commenting and Track Changes features to simplify proofreading tasks.
  • Using the Contextual Spell Checking and Word Definition Checker to correct spelling and grammar.

A similar process is repeated for Excel 2013, showing:

  • The new location of old menu items.
  • The use of the resizable formula bar and function autocomplete to increase efficiency.
  • Using sparklines, slicers and timelines to better sort and analyse data
  • Using galleries and conditional formatting to cell and font appearance.

PowerPoint has also undergone some revisions in the 2013 iteration. Students will learn about:

  • How to use the new Eyeper Tool.
  • The application of graphics effects, merged shapes and custom slide layouts to personalise presentations.
  • Embedding online content, video and animations into presentations.

Outlook, the Office email and calendaring application has been updated to include:

  • A new file tab, navigation bar, instant search tool and a weather bar.
  • The use of instant Inbox filters to route messages and reduce tie spent on routine admin tasks like email filing.
  • Overlaying Calendar views, to maximise the display of data.
  • Using the Tasks area to record To Do items.

The changes to Office 2013 are quite extensive, and this list is not exhaustive. They do however give an idea of what students can expect to cover as part of this course.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course is a simple but effective primer in Office 2013, designed to reduce the learning curve associated with new software. By familiarising students with the new Office 2013 tools in advance, they will immediately be more productive once they begin using the system for real.

The main benefits of the MS Office 2013 – New Features course are:

  • A reduced learning curve for students once they begin using Office 2013, keeping productivity levels and profit margins up.
  • A cost-effective way to learn about the new features of Office 2013 and how to use them.
  • Basic familiarisation tools that serve as a primer/introductory training.

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course is an investment in ensuring that the move to a new version of Microsoft Office is both smooth and efficient, and that productivity levels remain unaffected during the switch over process.

5. MS Windows 8 New Features (French): Become a Windows 8 power user

New Features course. This programme of study introduces students to the all-new Windows 8 operating system, so that they can overcome many of the common barriers to productivity that accompany a new system interface.

As a basic introduction to Microsoft Windows 8 this course is best suited to:

  • Students who have recently purchased a new computer but are confused by the Windows 8 interface.
  • Experienced computer users who want to know more about Windows 8 and how to use it efficiently.
  • Super users who will be responsible for showing colleagues how to perform common tasks using Windows 8.
  • Individuals who want to know more about Windows 8 before committing to buying a new computer or upgrading the operating system on their existing PC.

Using a combination of instructor led videos and interactive self-study materials, the MS Windows 8 – New Features course delivers quick and simple training using the online learning platform. The platform is available 24x7, so that students can access training materials and exercises whenever and wherever is most convenient for them; they really can study at their own pace.

Students will also be able to access our social network to discuss the practicalities of using Windows 8 and to ask their peers for general help and advice for concepts they are having trouble understanding.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

Intended as a high-level introduction to Microsoft Windows 8, this course provides a basic overview of the new features that learners will encounter. This taster programme highlights many of the differences between Windows 8 and its predecessors, and provides some basic guidance on how best to use these new features.

Among the topics covered by this course are:

  • The decision by Microsoft to start something new with Windows 8.
  • Familiarisation with the new Metro interface, and how to switch back to Desktop mode for older applications.
  • The new touch features of Windows 8 that will help boost productivity on tablets and touch-screen computers.
  • Using the File Explorer to locate and manage data and files.
  • Using a Microsoft account to unlock new features, like access to the Windows App store and OneDrive Cloud file storage.
  • Using the People and Messaging modern UI apps to stay connected to friends, family and colleagues.
  • Creating a Windows To Go system – a bootable USB stick that allows users to access their computer system and files any place, any time.
  • How to simplify the backup and restore process to prevent data loss.
  • Changing keyboard and language settings to improve productivity.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

By completing the MS Windows 8 – New Features course, students will be able to hit the ground running once they begin using Windows 8 on their PC. By understanding the key differences between Windows 8 and earlier Microsoft operating systems, learners will be more ready to implement the changes in workflow required to maintain productivity levels.

Other benefits of the MS Windows 8 – New Features course include:

  • A basic understanding of Microsoft Windows 8 and how to take advantage of the new features.
  • An understanding of what has changed in Windows 8 and why, helping students be more productive with familiar tasks.
  • A good level of understanding of the new system that can be applied to help other Windows 8 users get to grips with the new interface.
  • An overview of advanced features like Windows To Go that can be leveraged to further boost productivity and efficiency.

The MS Windows 8 – New Features course is essential training for any user who is likely to encounter Windows 8 for the first time. Not only will they better understand the differences, but will also be able to compensate for each, reducing the learning curve and associated drop in productivity. The MS Windows 8 – New Features course is an investment in future productivity.

For comprehensive information on units of study click the units of study tab above.

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Course Fast Facts:

  1. All courses are easy to follow and understand
  2. 12 Month access to course materials
  3. Study as many courses as you want
  4. Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  5. You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time

Course Delivery

Courses are accessed online by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon purchase an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. 

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete the course receive a downloadable certificate of completion per course.

The MS Office 2013 New Features (German) 5 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - MS Office 2013 New Features (German)

  • Getting started
  • Improved Save and Open commands
  • File sharing

Course 2 - MS Office 2010 New Features (German)

  • Introduction to Microsoft Office 2010
  • Colour scheme
  • Adjusting the Ribbon
  • File tab - Backstage view
  • Innovated Paste option
  • Inserting screenshots
  • Richer SmartArt gallery
  • Protected view
  • Office Web Apps

Course 3 - MS Office 2010 New Features (French)

  • Introduction to Microsoft Office 2010
  • Colour scheme
  • Adjusting the Ribbon
  • File tab - Backstage view
  • Innovated Paste option
  • Inserting screenshots
  • Richer SmartArt gallery
  • Protected view
  • Office Web Apps

Course 4 - MS Office 2013 New Features (French)

  • Getting started
  • Improved Save and Open commands
  • File sharing

Course 5 - MS Windows 8 New Features (French)

  • Windows 8 - new beginning
  • Innovations in the user interface
  • Touch it!
  • File Explorer
  • Login and the Microsoft account
  • Modern UI Apps - People and Messaging
  • Windows To Go
  • Back up and restore more easily
  • Keyboard and language settings

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get MS Office 2013 New Features (German), MS Office 2010 New Features (German), MS Office 2010 New Features (French), MS Office 2013 New Features (French) and MS Windows 8 New Features (French) in this Bundle

1. MS Office 2013 New Features (German): Master the new features of MS Office 2013

Avoid the confusion and costly drop in productivity that is traditionally associated with a new version of Microsoft Office by investing in the MS Office 2013 – New Features course. This course acts as a quick-start guide, telling students where to find each new function, and highlight the differences of which they need to be aware without the usual experimentation that an unfamiliar interface demands.

Designed to be simple and accessible, this course is best suited to:

  • Existing users of Microsoft Office who are about to upgrade to the new 2013 release.
  • Users who have already upgraded to Office 2013 but who are struggling to adjust to the new system and are struggling to be fully productive.
  • Technical support engineers who will need to help their users adjust to the new version following a network-wide upgrade.
  • Super users who will be helping their colleagues adjust to the new version of Office.

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course uses a combination of interactive examples and instructor-led videos to communicate key concepts and ideas. The course is available for access anyplace anytime using our online learning platform. A series of practical exercises will help students familiarise themselves with the new features and functions of Office 2013, and provide a visual indicator of their progress.

Students taking the MS Office 2013 – New Features course can also ask other course participants for help and guidance using our social networking platform. At the end of this course students will be fully aware of the new functions included in Office 2013 and how to use them properly to become more productive.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

This course is designed for Office users of any skill level, the only pre-requisite is that they have used a previous version of Microsoft Office at some point in the past. The course opens with an outline of general changes including:

  • The Ribbon, tabs, groups and commands that provide access to key functions.
  • Using “the Cloud” to extend Office functionality.
  • Introducing keyboard shortcuts that can be used to speed up common tasks .
  • The ribbons, contextual tabs, Quick Access and Mini Toolbars that make up the menu bars and screen elements.
  • Using the screen clipping and screenshot tools to capture images to be embedded in documents.

The course then goes on to look at the new features of Word 2013 and how they are used:

  • Quick Parts and Building Blocks to speed up document creation.
  • How to insert content from the web.
  • Expand and Collapse Paragraphs
  • Using Reading Mode, Resume Reading, Live Layout and Improved Commenting and Track Changes features to simplify proofreading tasks.
  • Using the Contextual Spell Checking and Word Definition Checker to correct spelling and grammar.

A similar process is repeated for Excel 2013, showing:

  • The new location of old menu items.
  • The use of the resizable formula bar and function autocomplete to increase efficiency.
  • Using sparklines, slicers and timelines to better sort and analyse data
  • Using galleries and conditional formatting to cell and font appearance.

PowerPoint has also undergone some revisions in the 2013 iteration. Students will learn about:

  • How to use the new Eyeper Tool.
  • The application of graphics effects, merged shapes and custom slide layouts to personalise presentations.
  • Embedding online content, video and animations into presentations.

Outlook, the Office email and calendaring application has been updated to include:

  • A new file tab, navigation bar, instant search tool and a weather bar.
  • The use of instant Inbox filters to route messages and reduce tie spent on routine admin tasks like email filing.
  • Overlaying Calendar views, to maximise the display of data.
  • Using the Tasks area to record To Do items.

The changes to Office 2013 are quite extensive, and this list is not exhaustive. They do however give an idea of what students can expect to cover as part of this course.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course is a simple but effective primer in Office 2013, designed to reduce the learning curve associated with new software. By familiarising students with the new Office 2013 tools in advance, they will immediately be more productive once they begin using the system for real.

The main benefits of the MS Office 2013 – New Features course are:

  • A reduced learning curve for students once they begin using Office 2013, keeping productivity levels and profit margins up.
  • A cost-effective way to learn about the new features of Office 2013 and how to use them.
  • Basic familiarisation tools that serve as a primer/introductory training.

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course is an investment in ensuring that the move to a new version of Microsoft Office is both smooth and efficient, and that productivity levels remain unaffected during the switch over process.

2. MS Office 2010 New Features (German): Master the new features of MS Office 2010

Avoid the confusion traditionally associated with a new version of Microsoft Office by investing in the MS Office 2010 – New Features course. Students taking this course will no longer have to rely on randomly clicking buttons and menu options until they find the feature they are looking for – this course will tell them where to find each function, and highlight the differences of which they need to be aware.

Simple and accessible, this course is best suited to:

  • Users of Microsoft Office who are about to upgrade to the 2010 edition.
  • Users who have already upgraded to Office 2010 but who are struggling to adjust to the new system.
  • Support professionals who will need to help their users adjust to the new version following a network-wide upgrade.
  • Super users who will be responsible for helping other employees get up to speed with a new version of Office.

Using a mix of interactive examples and instructor-led videos the MS Office 2010 – New Features course is available for access anyplace anytime using our online learning platform. A series of practical exercises will help students familiarise themselves with the new features and functions, and provide a visual indicator of their progress.

Students taking the MS Office 2010 – New Features course can also use our social networking platform to request assistance from other learners, or to share their own observations. At the end of this course students will be fully aware of the new functions included in Office 2010 and how they are properly used.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

Designed for users of any skill level, the only pre-requisite is that they have used a previous version of Microsoft Office at some point in the past. The course opens with an outline of general changes including:

  • The new Fluent user interface and how to use it.
  • Modifying and customising application settings (eg Saving in Previous Office formats, Setting default file locations, etc)
  • Using the Status Bar and Enhanced Screen Tips to provide additional clues about using the application.
  • The ribbons, contextual tabs, Quick Access and Mini Toolbars that make up the menu bars and screen elements.
  • The new XML file formats and the benefits they offer over older file formats.

The course then goes on to look at the new features of Word 2010 and how they are used:

  • Uncovering the new location of old menu items.
  • Using Quick Styles to improve document appearance quickly and easily.
  • How to use the Style Set, Colour and Font Galleries to speed up formatting.
  • Other document design elements including table styles and headers and footers.
  • How to use the new MailMerge function to automatically populate letter templates with data from an external source.

A similar process is repeated for Excel 2010, showing:

  • The new location of old menu items.
  • New formula features and how to apply them to spreadsheets.
  • Using instant conditional formatting to improve data calculations and appearance.
  • The new spreadsheet dimensions.
  • Applying cell and table styles, enhancing cell and font colours and using the new chart features to improve the appearance of reports.

PowerPoint has also undergone some revisions in the 2010 iteration. Students will learn:

  • Where to find old features in their new location.
  • How to use ribbons which replace old task panes.
  • How to build custom layouts, slide libraries, and new slide masters to speed up the process of building a new presentation.

Outlook, the Office email and calendaring application has been updated to include:

  • A new RSS reader to help stay on top of website updates.
  • How to use the To Do pane to stay on top of tasks.
  • How to share contacts with other Excel users.
  • How to preview email attachments quickly and simply.
  • Changes to the Calendar views, including snapshots and overlays to simplify the display of data.

The changes to Office 2010 are quite extensive, and this list is not exhaustive. They do however give an idea of what students can expect.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

The MS Office 2010 – New Features course is a simple but effective primer in Office 2010, that reduces the learning curve and helps students become more productive, more quickly. By helping students know what to expect from Office 2010 in advance, they will immediately be more productive once they begin using the system for real.

The main benefits of the MS Office 2010 – New Features course are:

  • A reduced learning curve for students once they begin using Office 2010, keeping productivity levels up.
  • A cost-effective way to learn about the new features of Office 2010 and how to use them.

The MS Office 2010 – New Features course is an investment in ensuring that the move to a new version of Office is both smooth and efficient, and that productivity levels remain high.

3. MS Office 2010 New Features (French): Master the new features of MS Office 2010

Avoid the confusion traditionally associated with a new version of Microsoft Office by investing in the MS Office 2010 – New Features course. Students taking this course will no longer have to rely on randomly clicking buttons and menu options until they find the feature they are looking for – this course will tell them where to find each function, and highlight the differences of which they need to be aware.

Simple and accessible, this course is best suited to:

  • Users of Microsoft Office who are about to upgrade to the 2010 edition.
  • Users who have already upgraded to Office 2010 but who are struggling to adjust to the new system.
  • Support professionals who will need to help their users adjust to the new version following a network-wide upgrade.
  • Super users who will be responsible for helping other employees get up to speed with a new version of Office.

Using a mix of interactive examples and instructor-led videos the MS Office 2010 – New Features course is available for access anyplace anytime using our online learning platform. A series of practical exercises will help students familiarise themselves with the new features and functions, and provide a visual indicator of their progress.

Students taking the MS Office 2010 – New Features course can also use our social networking platform to request assistance from other learners, or to share their own observations. At the end of this course students will be fully aware of the new functions included in Office 2010 and how they are properly used.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

Designed for users of any skill level, the only pre-requisite is that they have used a previous version of Microsoft Office at some point in the past. The course opens with an outline of general changes including:

  • The new Fluent user interface and how to use it.
  • Modifying and customising application settings (eg Saving in Previous Office formats, Setting default file locations, etc)
  • Using the Status Bar and Enhanced Screen Tips to provide additional clues about using the application.
  • The ribbons, contextual tabs, Quick Access and Mini Toolbars that make up the menu bars and screen elements.
  • The new XML file formats and the benefits they offer over older file formats.

The course then goes on to look at the new features of Word 2010 and how they are used:

  • Uncovering the new location of old menu items.
  • Using Quick Styles to improve document appearance quickly and easily.
  • How to use the Style Set, Colour and Font Galleries to speed up formatting.
  • Other document design elements including table styles and headers and footers.
  • How to use the new MailMerge function to automatically populate letter templates with data from an external source.

A similar process is repeated for Excel 2010, showing:

  • The new location of old menu items.
  • New formula features and how to apply them to spreadsheets.
  • Using instant conditional formatting to improve data calculations and appearance.
  • The new spreadsheet dimensions.
  • Applying cell and table styles, enhancing cell and font colours and using the new chart features to improve the appearance of reports.

PowerPoint has also undergone some revisions in the 2010 iteration. Students will learn:

  • Where to find old features in their new location.
  • How to use ribbons which replace old task panes.
  • How to build custom layouts, slide libraries, and new slide masters to speed up the process of building a new presentation.

Outlook, the Office email and calendaring application has been updated to include:

  • A new RSS reader to help stay on top of website updates.
  • How to use the To Do pane to stay on top of tasks.
  • How to share contacts with other Excel users.
  • How to preview email attachments quickly and simply.
  • Changes to the Calendar views, including snapshots and overlays to simplify the display of data.

The changes to Office 2010 are quite extensive, and this list is not exhaustive. They do however give an idea of what students can expect.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

The MS Office 2010 – New Features course is a simple but effective primer in Office 2010, that reduces the learning curve and helps students become more productive, more quickly. By helping students know what to expect from Office 2010 in advance, they will immediately be more productive once they begin using the system for real.

The main benefits of the MS Office 2010 – New Features course are:

  • A reduced learning curve for students once they begin using Office 2010, keeping productivity levels up.
  • A cost-effective way to learn about the new features of Office 2010 and how to use them.

The MS Office 2010 – New Features course is an investment in ensuring that the move to a new version of Office is both smooth and efficient, and that productivity levels remain high.

4. MS Office 2013 New Features (French): Master the new features of MS Office 2013

Avoid the confusion and costly drop in productivity that is traditionally associated with a new version of Microsoft Office by investing in the MS Office 2013 – New Features course. This course acts as a quick-start guide, telling students where to find each new function, and highlight the differences of which they need to be aware without the usual experimentation that an unfamiliar interface demands.

Designed to be simple and accessible, this course is best suited to:

  • Existing users of Microsoft Office who are about to upgrade to the new 2013 release.
  • Users who have already upgraded to Office 2013 but who are struggling to adjust to the new system and are struggling to be fully productive.
  • Technical support engineers who will need to help their users adjust to the new version following a network-wide upgrade.
  • Super users who will be helping their colleagues adjust to the new version of Office.

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course uses a combination of interactive examples and instructor-led videos to communicate key concepts and ideas. The course is available for access anyplace anytime using our online learning platform. A series of practical exercises will help students familiarise themselves with the new features and functions of Office 2013, and provide a visual indicator of their progress.

Students taking the MS Office 2013 – New Features course can also ask other course participants for help and guidance using our social networking platform. At the end of this course students will be fully aware of the new functions included in Office 2013 and how to use them properly to become more productive.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

This course is designed for Office users of any skill level, the only pre-requisite is that they have used a previous version of Microsoft Office at some point in the past. The course opens with an outline of general changes including:

  • The Ribbon, tabs, groups and commands that provide access to key functions.
  • Using “the Cloud” to extend Office functionality.
  • Introducing keyboard shortcuts that can be used to speed up common tasks .
  • The ribbons, contextual tabs, Quick Access and Mini Toolbars that make up the menu bars and screen elements.
  • Using the screen clipping and screenshot tools to capture images to be embedded in documents.

The course then goes on to look at the new features of Word 2013 and how they are used:

  • Quick Parts and Building Blocks to speed up document creation.
  • How to insert content from the web.
  • Expand and Collapse Paragraphs
  • Using Reading Mode, Resume Reading, Live Layout and Improved Commenting and Track Changes features to simplify proofreading tasks.
  • Using the Contextual Spell Checking and Word Definition Checker to correct spelling and grammar.

A similar process is repeated for Excel 2013, showing:

  • The new location of old menu items.
  • The use of the resizable formula bar and function autocomplete to increase efficiency.
  • Using sparklines, slicers and timelines to better sort and analyse data
  • Using galleries and conditional formatting to cell and font appearance.

PowerPoint has also undergone some revisions in the 2013 iteration. Students will learn about:

  • How to use the new Eyeper Tool.
  • The application of graphics effects, merged shapes and custom slide layouts to personalise presentations.
  • Embedding online content, video and animations into presentations.

Outlook, the Office email and calendaring application has been updated to include:

  • A new file tab, navigation bar, instant search tool and a weather bar.
  • The use of instant Inbox filters to route messages and reduce tie spent on routine admin tasks like email filing.
  • Overlaying Calendar views, to maximise the display of data.
  • Using the Tasks area to record To Do items.

The changes to Office 2013 are quite extensive, and this list is not exhaustive. They do however give an idea of what students can expect to cover as part of this course.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course is a simple but effective primer in Office 2013, designed to reduce the learning curve associated with new software. By familiarising students with the new Office 2013 tools in advance, they will immediately be more productive once they begin using the system for real.

The main benefits of the MS Office 2013 – New Features course are:

  • A reduced learning curve for students once they begin using Office 2013, keeping productivity levels and profit margins up.
  • A cost-effective way to learn about the new features of Office 2013 and how to use them.
  • Basic familiarisation tools that serve as a primer/introductory training.

The MS Office 2013 – New Features course is an investment in ensuring that the move to a new version of Microsoft Office is both smooth and efficient, and that productivity levels remain unaffected during the switch over process.

5. MS Windows 8 New Features (French): Become a Windows 8 power user

New Features course. This programme of study introduces students to the all-new Windows 8 operating system, so that they can overcome many of the common barriers to productivity that accompany a new system interface.

As a basic introduction to Microsoft Windows 8 this course is best suited to:

  • Students who have recently purchased a new computer but are confused by the Windows 8 interface.
  • Experienced computer users who want to know more about Windows 8 and how to use it efficiently.
  • Super users who will be responsible for showing colleagues how to perform common tasks using Windows 8.
  • Individuals who want to know more about Windows 8 before committing to buying a new computer or upgrading the operating system on their existing PC.

Using a combination of instructor led videos and interactive self-study materials, the MS Windows 8 – New Features course delivers quick and simple training using the online learning platform. The platform is available 24x7, so that students can access training materials and exercises whenever and wherever is most convenient for them; they really can study at their own pace.

Students will also be able to access our social network to discuss the practicalities of using Windows 8 and to ask their peers for general help and advice for concepts they are having trouble understanding.

KEY LEARNING POINTS

Intended as a high-level introduction to Microsoft Windows 8, this course provides a basic overview of the new features that learners will encounter. This taster programme highlights many of the differences between Windows 8 and its predecessors, and provides some basic guidance on how best to use these new features.

Among the topics covered by this course are:

  • The decision by Microsoft to start something new with Windows 8.
  • Familiarisation with the new Metro interface, and how to switch back to Desktop mode for older applications.
  • The new touch features of Windows 8 that will help boost productivity on tablets and touch-screen computers.
  • Using the File Explorer to locate and manage data and files.
  • Using a Microsoft account to unlock new features, like access to the Windows App store and OneDrive Cloud file storage.
  • Using the People and Messaging modern UI apps to stay connected to friends, family and colleagues.
  • Creating a Windows To Go system – a bootable USB stick that allows users to access their computer system and files any place, any time.
  • How to simplify the backup and restore process to prevent data loss.
  • Changing keyboard and language settings to improve productivity.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE

By completing the MS Windows 8 – New Features course, students will be able to hit the ground running once they begin using Windows 8 on their PC. By understanding the key differences between Windows 8 and earlier Microsoft operating systems, learners will be more ready to implement the changes in workflow required to maintain productivity levels.

Other benefits of the MS Windows 8 – New Features course include:

  • A basic understanding of Microsoft Windows 8 and how to take advantage of the new features.
  • An understanding of what has changed in Windows 8 and why, helping students be more productive with familiar tasks.
  • A good level of understanding of the new system that can be applied to help other Windows 8 users get to grips with the new interface.
  • An overview of advanced features like Windows To Go that can be leveraged to further boost productivity and efficiency.

The MS Windows 8 – New Features course is essential training for any user who is likely to encounter Windows 8 for the first time. Not only will they better understand the differences, but will also be able to compensate for each, reducing the learning curve and associated drop in productivity. The MS Windows 8 – New Features course is an investment in future productivity.

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All students who complete the course receive a downloadable certificate of completion per course.

The MS Office 2013 New Features (German) 5 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - MS Office 2013 New Features (German)

  • Getting started
  • Improved Save and Open commands
  • File sharing

Course 2 - MS Office 2010 New Features (German)

  • Introduction to Microsoft Office 2010
  • Colour scheme
  • Adjusting the Ribbon
  • File tab - Backstage view
  • Innovated Paste option
  • Inserting screenshots
  • Richer SmartArt gallery
  • Protected view
  • Office Web Apps

Course 3 - MS Office 2010 New Features (French)

  • Introduction to Microsoft Office 2010
  • Colour scheme
  • Adjusting the Ribbon
  • File tab - Backstage view
  • Innovated Paste option
  • Inserting screenshots
  • Richer SmartArt gallery
  • Protected view
  • Office Web Apps

Course 4 - MS Office 2013 New Features (French)

  • Getting started
  • Improved Save and Open commands
  • File sharing

Course 5 - MS Windows 8 New Features (French)

  • Windows 8 - new beginning
  • Innovations in the user interface
  • Touch it!
  • File Explorer
  • Login and the Microsoft account
  • Modern UI Apps - People and Messaging
  • Windows To Go
  • Back up and restore more easily
  • Keyboard and language settings

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Course ID No.: 006ECM135CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: 12 Months
Time required: Study at your own pace
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Qualification: Certificate

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