Excel spread sheets are the most popular because it’s so versatile. It’s not only used to crunch numbers but great for creating lists, getting statistical information, generate reports using dashboards, cross check data through the use of functions and formulas. (Select the application icon to see course outlines)
If you have ever needed to create a pamphlet, short booklet, certificate, Bookmarkers, Newsletter, Business Card, need to get creative with a document that needs textboxes and pictures easily places exactly where you need them, then Publisher is the tool for you and it is part of the Microsoft Office suite. Very easy to use and comes with lots of templates for any use. (Select the application icon to see course outlines)
Some people underestimate the power of Microsoft Word because we now use outlook for our basic letter writing. However, did you know that if you are writing a comprehensive email you can use word features like styles to create a consistency in your headings, tables, AutoText (Quick Parts) and more. Word is great for anything over 5 pages long Meeting minutes, setting up processes and procedures, Proposals, Contracts, Documentation that requires graphs and pictures. (Select the application icon to see course outlines)
Access is a database that can be used as a middleman to refine your data, you may have tried with Excel but it’s not relational or you might like to take advantage of the full capabilities of Access and create a database for data entry and reporting. To create or understand an Access database all you need is two full days of training. (Select the application icon to see course outlines)
Everyone in the business world uses Outlook, it’s your emailing tool but did you know you can create auto text, use styles, and tables. You can create shortcuts to folders you file away into all the time. Even file away messages before you hit that send button, saving you from visiting the sent items folder and then filing away. (Select the application icon to see course outlines)
Power Point is a presentation prompter for meetings using visual aids to get a message across. It’s one of those packages that people can get up and running without too much training. It’s the details that you get out of a training session such as how to animate graphs, display one bullet point at a time. Multiple animations on one image. Create sections to make it easier, merge slides from other presentations. (Select the application icon to see course outlines)
Analir was able to tailor a program that suited the varying levels of experience in Excel for our employees. The training was beneficial for all that attended and we were amazed at some of the more basic tips and tricks that make life easier when using Excel on a day to day basis.
I found this course to be extremely educational. I would definitely recommend this to beginners of Excel users. Analir was excellent to work with and had the patience to answer all questions asked.
Very helpful and useful. I had an urgent need since I was starting a new role in a company and decided to undertake a beginner Excel Course to refresh my knowledge.
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