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Microsoft Office 2010 Tips & Tricks Crash Course and Office 2011 Tips & Tricks for Mac

Please note that this workshop is also offered for Microsoft Office 365/2013

microsoft office 2007 and microsoft office 2010While this workshop is ideal for users who want to take their Microsoft Office skills to the next level. In this condensed session, users learn powerful techniques that can help them save significant time when using the Microsoft Office applications, present information in a compelling way, analyze data and extract important business insights, and collaborate more effectively with others.

We start with Outlook and show some tips and techniques relating to flags, categories, search folders, rules, tasks, and calendar, and then move to PowerPoint to demonstrate templates, themes, and layouts. Next we move to Excel to see some of the powerful lists and reports capabilities, and then Word for some advanced styles and formatting tips. Finally, we'll explore useful overall options and preferences.

What will you be able to do as a result

  • Save significant time in managing your e-mail, calendar, tasks, and documents
  • Discover new ways in which you can use the Office applications to help better present your information and data and achieve the desired results
  • Collaborate with others by sharing documents and information more effectively
  • Apply dozens of shortcuts and techniques in your everyday work

Typical Outline

Outlook PowerPoint Word
- Using flags & categories
- Using search folders
- Customizing views
- Using Rules
- Using tasks
- Using group calendars
- Helpful shortcuts
- Using templates
- Modifying fonts, colors, and layouts
- Saving and re-using Themes
- Using links
- Using SmartArt
- Using tables
- Using styles and formatting
- Generating table of contents
- Generating table of figures
Excel Overall  
- Excel lists and validation
- Excel tables
- Named ranges
- PivotTables new and classic layouts
- PivotTables Tips and Tricks
- Overall navigation and shortcuts
- Finding useful commands
- Setting Options and preferences