Microsoft Office and Microsoft  Windows 10

dd7c0404-82e3-4454-95ad-f1f83d245a93Learn to use the features of Microsoft Office   to create spreadsheets, presentations, professional-looking documents, and powerful tools to collect, analyze, and share information.

This training provides hands-on learning for the new features of Windows 10. With this training you can build your skills and unlock the power of Office and Windows to improve your productivity at home or work.

 

 

 

What Are the Benefits of Learning Microsoft Office  & Windows 10

  • Learn to use the new Windows 10 operating system quickly and effectively with hands-on, interactive training
  • Find out how to use tiles, how to search, and more in Windows 10
  • Learn how to create impressive reports for school or business
  • Share ideas and projects with classmates and colleagues
  • Create budgets and track expenses
  • Organize and manage class work
  • Create professional-quality presentations
  • Organize projects in notebooks
  • Manage sales and invoicing for your small business
  • Create stunning e-mails using Outlook’s graphics library

Courses covered include:

  • Microsoft Windows 10
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Outlook

 

Microsoft  Windows 10

Windows10 is the latest version of Microsoft’s popular computer operating system. It has been completely redesigned to make everyday computer tasks simple, and allow users to connect with their information and people from multiple Windows 10 devices.

 Windows 10 allows you to access and share your information in new ways when you learn the new features from Professor Teaches. This comprehensive training tutorial with over 60 lessons will show you how to navigate Windows 10, including:

 

  • Using the Start Menu
  • How to access Action Center notifications
  • Using Universal Apps
  • Controls for minimizing, maximizing, and closing apps

Learn to use the new operating system quickly and effectively with hands-on,
interactive training, not with how-to books or manuals.

Find out how to take advantage of the new features  including How to use the personal assistant Cortana, Navigate Edge, the new world of internet browsing, use virtual desktops, and more.

 

Content:

Chapter 1: Getting Started
• What is Windows 10?
• Starting Windows 10
• Understanding Account Types
• Logging in to Windows 10
• Exploring the Start Menu and Live Tiles
• Adding and Changing User Accounts
• Introduction to Apps
• Getting to Know the Windows Store
• Getting Help
• Shutting Down your Computer

Chapter 2: Using the Desktop
• Getting to Know the Desktop
• Exploring the Taskbar
• Managing Multiple Windows
• Using Task View
• Customizing the Taskbar
• Creating Shortcuts
• Using Touch Devices
• Understanding Gestures

Chapter 3: Working with File Explorer
• Introduction to File Explorer
• Viewing Folders
• Opening Files and Folders
• Exploring the Computer’s Contents
• Searching for Files and Folders
• Creating and Renaming Folders
• Selecting Files and Folders
• Moving, Copying, and Deleting Files
• Using the Recycle Bin

Chapter 4: The Cloud & System Settings
• What is the Cloud?
• Understanding OneDrive
• Exploring the Control Panel
• Changing the Monitor Resolution
• Updating Windows 10
• Introduction to Windows Security
• Managing Firewall Settings
• Using Windows Defender

Chapter 5: Personalizing Windows 10 
• Personalizing the Start Menu
• Removing Tiles from the Start Menu
• Resizing and Moving Tiles
• Customizing Your Settings
• Personalizing User Accounts
• Changing Your Computer’s Theme
• Modifying Folder Options Chapter

Chapter 6: Working with Applications & Accessories
• Getting to Know the Calendar App
• E-mailing with Windows 10
• Using Cortana
• Introduction to Windows Media Programs
• Using the Pictures Library
• Using the Movies & TV App
• Windows Media Player
• Burning Files to CD and DVD
• Installing Additional Software

Chapter 7: Exploring Print Features 
• Printing with Windows 10
• Adding a Printer
• Working with the Print Dialog
• Working with the Print Queue
• Troubleshooting Printer Problems
• Installing Fonts

Chapter 8: Browsing the Internet
• What is the Internet?
• What is the World Wide Web
• Setting up an Internet Connection
• Introduction to Internet Explorer
• Using Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Word

Content

Chapter 1: Office Workspace Basics
• Basic Window Elements
• Exploring Microsoft Office Backstage
• Working with the Ribbon
• Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
• Working with KeyTips
• Using the Status Bar
• Getting Help

Chapter 2: Introduction to Word
• What is Word?
• How to Open a Document
• Changing Views
• Navigating Documents
• How to Create Documents
• Using Templates
• Saving Documents
• How to Close Documents

Chapter 3: Creating and Editing Text
• Entering Text
• How to Select Text
• Moving and Copying Text
• Using Repeat, Undo, and Redo
• Using AutoCorrect
• Inserting Symbols
• Inserting Fields

Chapter 4: Formatting Text
• Introduction to Formats and Styles
• Applying Font Formats
• Text Alignment
• Changing Indents and Spacing
• Working with Tabs
• Applying Styles
• Modifying Styles
• Revealing and Clearing Formats
• Using the Format Painter

Chapter 5: Designing Page Layouts
• Exploring Page Layout Options
• Changing Margins
• Adding Sections and Page Breaks
• Creating Columns
• Adding Bullets and Numbering
• Applying Borders and Shading

Chapter 6: Working with Graphics
• Inserting Pictures
• Resizing and Moving Pictures
• Inserting Shapes
• Using WordArt
• Adding Text Boxes
• Creating Charts
• Inserting SmartArt enhanced

Chapter 7: Creating and Formatting Tables
• Creating a Table
• Converting Text to a Table
• Formatting a Table
• Modifying the Table Layout
• Using Table Templates

Chapter 8: Refining Document Content
• Exploring the Research Task Pane
• Using the Thesaurus
• How to Find and Replace Text
• Correcting Spelling and Grammar
• Using Word Count
• Working with Document Properties
• Adding a Hyperlink

Chapter 9: Collaborating on Documents
• Adding Comments Co-Authoring
• Tracking Document Changes
• Reviewing Tracked Changes
• E-Mailing Documents for Review
• Combining Reviewed Documents
• Using the Document Inspector
• Creating Folders

Chapter 10: Printing and Converting Documents
• Using Print Preview Screenshot Capture/Insert
• How to Print Documents
• Printing Envelopes and Labels
• How to Save Documents in Different Formats
• Saving Documents as Web Pages
• Converting Word 97-2003 Documents

 

Microsoft PowerPoint

Content

This course  teaches the  real-world settings and accurate simulations to help you apply your new knowledge directly to daily tasks and the knowledge you gain becomes an asset for life.

Chapter 1. Office Workspace Basics
• Basic Window Elements
• Exploring Office Backstage
• Working with the Ribbon
• Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
• Working with KeyTips
• Using the Status Bar
• Getting Help

Chapter 2. Introduction to PowerPoint
• What is PowerPoint?
• Opening a Presentation
• Changing Views
• Using Grids and Guides
• Saving and Closing a Presentation
• Managing Files and Folders

Chapter 3. Adding and Formatting Text
• Creating a New Presentation
• Entering Text on a Slide
• Changing Text Formats
• Using the Format Painter
• Formatting Bullets
• Aligning Text
• Working with Tabs

Chapter 4. Customizing Presentations
• Using Templates
• Adding a Slide
• Changing a Slide Layout
• Adding a Picture
• Customizing Templates
• Using the Slide Master
• Adding Headers and Footers
• Adding Speaker Notes
• Arranging Slides

Chapter 5. Working with Shapes and Pictures
• Introduction to Drawing Tools
• Inserting Shapes
• Adding Text to Shapes
• Formatting Shapes
• Inserting and Formatting Picture Files
• Arranging Objects
• Adding an Action Button

Chapter 6. Adding Objects and Effects
• Adding a Table
• Adding a Chart
• Adding SmartArt
• Adding a Hyperlink
• Adding Transition Effects
• Adding Animation Effects
• Adding a Sound Clip

Chapter 7. Outlining, Proofing and Printing
• Working in Outline View
Importing an Outline from Word
• Finding and Replacing Text
• Using Proofing Tools
• Using AutoCorrect
• Printing Your Presentation

Chapter 8. Delivering Your Presentation
• Creating a Custom Show
• Rehearsing a Slide Show
• Collaborating on Presentations
• Packaging a Presentation
• Running a Slide Show
• Broadcasting a Presentation to the Web

 

Microsoft  Excel

This course teaches the  real-world settings and accurate simulations to help you apply your new knowledge directly to daily tasks and the knowledge you gain becomes an asset for life.

Chapter 1. Office Workspace Basics
• Basic Window Elements
• Exploring Office Backstage
• Working with the Ribbon
• Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
• Working with KeyTips
• Using the Status Bar
• Getting Help

Chapter 2. Introduction to PowerPoint
• What is PowerPoint?
• Opening a Presentation
• Changing Views
• Using Grids and Guides
• Saving and Closing a Presentation
• Managing Files and Folders

Chapter 3. Adding and Formatting Text
• Creating a New Presentation
• Entering Text on a Slide
• Changing Text Formats
• Using the Format Painter
• Formatting Bullets
• Aligning Text
• Working with Tabs

Chapter 4. Customizing Presentations
• Using Templates
• Adding a Slide
• Changing a Slide Layout
• Adding a Picture
• Customizing Templates
• Using the Slide Master
• Adding Headers and Footers
• Adding Speaker Notes
• Arranging Slides

Chapter 5. Working with Shapes and Pictures
• Introduction to Drawing Tools
• Inserting Shapes
• Adding Text to Shapes
• Formatting Shapes
• Inserting and Formatting Picture Files
• Arranging Objects
• Adding an Action Button

Chapter 6. Adding Objects and Effects
• Adding a Table
• Adding a Chart
• Adding SmartArt
• Adding a Hyperlink
• Adding Transition Effects
• Adding Animation Effects
• Adding a Sound Clip

Chapter 7. Outlining, Proofing and Printing
• Working in Outline View
Importing an Outline from Word
• Finding and Replacing Text
• Using Proofing Tools
• Using AutoCorrect
• Printing Your Presentation

Chapter 8. Delivering Your Presentation
• Creating a Custom Show
• Rehearsing a Slide Show
• Collaborating on Presentations
• Packaging a Presentation
• Running a Slide Show
• Broadcasting a Presentation to the Web

 

Microsoft  Outlook

Chapter 1: Office Workspace Basics 
• Basic Window Elements
• Exploring Microsoft Office Backstage
• Working with the Ribbon
• Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
• Working with KeyTips
• Getting Help

Chapter 2: Introduction to Outlook
• What is Outlook?
• Using the Navigation Pane
• Working with Folders
• Exploring the Inbox
• Reading Your E-Mail
• Replying to an E-Mail Message
• Forwarding a Message
• Sending a New Message
• Adding an Attachment
• Viewing Sent Items

Chapter 3: Managing Messages 
• Flagging Messages for Follow Up
• Using Multiple E-Mail Accounts
• Adding a Signature
• Formatting Messages
• Setting Message Priorities
• Setting Delivery Options
• Using the Rules Wizard
• Printing Your E-Mail
• Saving Messages

Chapter 4: Maintaining Contacts
• Adding Contacts
• Viewing Contact Information
• Modifying and Deleting Contacts
• Creating a Distribution List
• Sending a Message to a Contact
• Using Outlook to Call a Contact
• Tracking Contact Activities
• Printing Contact Information
Exporting Contact Information

Chapter 5: Coordinating Calendars 
• Viewing Calendar Information
• Scheduling Appointments
• Adding Recurring Appointments
• Exploring Calendar Settings
• Planning a Meeting
• Scheduling a Meeting
• Responding to Meeting Requests
• Publishing Your Calendar

Chapter 6: Scheduling Tasks 
• Creating Tasks
• Using the Task Form
• Viewing Tasks
• Assigning Tasks to Others
• Responding to Task Requests
• Delegating Tasks to Others
• Using the Journal
• Manually Recording Journal Entries
• Viewing Journal Entries

Chapter 7: Organizing Information
• Keeping Notes
• Managing Folders
• Copying Items among Folders
• Locating Items
• Creating Categories
• Arranging Items
• Organizing Folders
• Designing Custom Views

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