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Adding Graphics to Presentations in PowerPoint 2007
Description: Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 is a useful authoring application tool for creating dynamic
slide show presentations.  This course demonstrates how to create visually appealing presentations
using PowerPoint's design templates and implementing new Microsoft Office 2007 themes.  The
course also explores the introduction of SmartArt in PowerPoint 2007, a feature that allows you to
add some glamour to your presentations by using colors and shapes to emphasize text and data.  
Also covered are the various ways of incorporating diagrams, tables, and charts to enhance your
presentations' appeal.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=1.5 hours

Adding Multimedia and Animations to Presentations
Description: Microsoft's PowerPoint 2007 is one of the world's most widely used applications for
creating presentations.  Powerful, high-impact slide shows come to life with the addition of
multimedia to your presentations.  Engage your audience by keeping things lively and interactive
with movie and sound clips, animated slide content, and slide transitions.  This course will help you
to make the most of all these features.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=1.0 hours

Advanced Customization in Excel 2003
Description: To demonstrate how to customize Excel workbooks and the Excel 2003 application.
Target Audience=End users seeking proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel 2003 at an advanced
level or seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in Microsoft Excel 2003 at
Expert level or an equivalent.
Duration=160 Minutes

Advanced Customization in Excel 2007
Description: Numerous features and tools in Excel 2007 enable you to customize the look and feel of
spreadsheets and workbooks, and also the functionality and efficiency of the program itself.  
Existing templates, themes, and styles can be altered to meet business needs, or you can create
custom templates, themes, and styles to further enhance data presentation.  Using macros, you can
automate common or repetitive tasks, resulting in time savings and increased efficiency in
day-to-day tasks.  This course covers creating templates in Excel 2007, as well as customizing
workbook properties, themes, and styles. Working with macros, including recording, editing, and
running, is also explored.
Target Audience=End users seeking proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel 2007 at an advanced
level or seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in Microsoft Excel 2007 at
Expert level or an equivalent.
Duration=2.0 hours

Advanced Customization with MS Project 2007
Description: With Microsoft Office Project 2007, project managers can define how project data is
recorded, reported, and displayed, using customizable, built-in templates.  They can also customize
the interface by adding or removing tools from the application's default toolbars.  And before project
data is distributed, a project manager can format fields and views to meet particular needs.  
Additionally, if you need to modify information associated with tasks and resources, create custom
tables, or create a work breakdown structure, Project 2007 provides a flexible, all-encompassing
solution.  This course outlines the basics of customizing Microsoft Office Project 2007, and also
provides insights into some of the advanced customization features.
Target Audience=Business managers, project managers, planners, and team members wishing to
gain advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007; candidates for the
Microsoft User Specialist certification; end users seeking competence in Microsoft Office Project
Professional 2007.
Duration=2.0 hours

Advanced Data Management in Access 2007
Description: You can use Microsoft Access 2007 to manage your data efficiently using advanced
techniques.  There are many advanced methods that can be used for modifying and enhancing
tables, reports, queries, and forms in order to meet your business needs.  This course explains and
demonstrates retrieving and validating data, using subforms and subreports, as well as applying
conditional formatting in Access 2007 tables, forms, and reports.  Advanced query methods make it
easy for an experienced end-user to retrieve the results they desire and to have those results
displayed in such a way that the data is easy to interpret and analyze.  This course describes the
various types of join and parameter queries that can be used in Access 2007 and provides
demonstrations on the use of action queries, including update, append, delete, and make table
queries.  It also explores the use of SQL-specific queries such as data-definition, pass-through,
subquery, and union queries.
Target Audience=Anyone wishing to become familiar with Microsoft Access 2007 at an advanced
level; anyone seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Specialist certification in the use of Microsoft
Access 2007; anyone seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Professional certification.
Duration=3.5 hours

Advanced Data Management in Excel 2007
Description: Excel 2007 provides multiple features for organizing and managing data, so you can
ensure data is entered correctly and that calculations and formulas are valid.  Data organization
features enable you to sort, filter, and group and outline data so that you can focus on the key parts
of your data.  Validation features ensure that data is correct, that it is entered in the proper format,
and that formulas are working correctly, all of which are incredibly important for maintaining accurate
records.  This course explores organizing and subtotaling data in Excel 2007 using the available
features.  It also covers data validation, including error messages, invalid data prevention, formula
auditing, error checking, and the Watch window.
Target Audience=End users seeking proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel 2007 at an advanced
level or seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in Microsoft Excel 2007 at
Expert level or an equivalent.
Duration=1.5 hours

Advanced Data Manipulation Features in Word 2007
Description: Word 2007 enables you to create forms quickly and easily, so that they can be used by
other users of Word 2007.  Forms contain form fields that you can link to external data sources, and
Word 2007 contains security features to protect forms from tampering by other users.  Inserting
fields has been simplified in Word 2007 by means of built-in commands and content controls.  The
mail merge feature is also improved and simplified in Word 2007, enabling users to merge content
into letters, e-mail messages, envelopes, and labels very easily.  The course demonstrates how to
add, modify, and update form fields, as well as walking through the mail merge process.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; advanced end-users seeking to attain
proficiency in Word 2007; advanced end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office certification at in
the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/ ICDL4, or
an equivalent.
Duration=1.0 hours

Advanced Document Features in Word 2007  
Description: Some of the advanced features of Microsoft Office Word 2007 offer ways in which you
can automate and streamline the way you work.  You can use macros in Word 2007 to easily
automate repetitive, complex tasks.  A macro is a set of instructions that can group a series of
actions and keystrokes as a single command.  You can also simplify the management of your Word
2007 files by using master documents.  Master documents divide large files into related
subdocuments through a series of links.  This course demonstrates how to create, edit, copy and
delete macros through the use of the macro recorder. In addition, aspects of master and
subordinate documents are explained, including outline levels, rearranging and restructuring
subordinate documents in the master, and converting, deleting, merging, and locking
subdocuments.  Customization of the Quick Access Toolbar is also explored in this course.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; advanced end-users seeking to attain
proficiency in Word 2007; advanced end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office certification at in
the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/ ICDL4, or
an equivalent.
Duration=1.0 hours  

Advanced Document Navigation and Document Reviews in Word 2007  
Description: Microsoft Office Word 2007 has many features that enable you to create robust
documents that can be easily navigated, reviewed, and recovered if issues are encountered.  This
course explains how tables of contents are created, modified and deleted in conjunction with the use
of tables of figures and tables of authorities.  The insertion, modification, deletion and navigation of
hyperlinks, bookmarks, and frames are demonstrated, as well as the creation of indexes and index
cross-references.  The course also discusses using track changes and comments when reviewing
documents, and explores repairing corrupted documents.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Word 2007; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core
level in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/
ICDL3, or an equivalent.
Duration=2.5 hours  

Advanced Document Navigation in Word 2003  
Description: To demonstrate the advanced document navigation features in Word 2003.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; advanced end-users seeking to attain
proficiency in Word 2003; advanced end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
certification at Expert level in the use of Microsoft Word 2003; end-users seeking a basic IT
certification such as ECDL/ ICDL4, or an equivalent.
Duration=80 Minutes  

Advanced formatting in Excel 2003  
Description: To demonstrate how to apply advanced formatting in Excel 2003.
Target Audience=End users seeking proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel 2003 at an advanced
level or seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in Microsoft Excel 2003 at
Expert level or an equivalent.
Duration=120 Minutes  

Advanced Formatting in Excel 2007
Description: Charts and pictures enable you to present data visually, demonstrating data more
effectively than rows and columns of data.  In Excel 2007, you can customize charts and their
individual elements, as well as pictures and clip art, to create professional and appealing
documents.  Formatting, both custom and condition-based, enables you to display data in formats
that best suit your needs.  This course explores modifying charts and pictures and creating and
editing custom number formats.
Target Audience=End users seeking proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel 2007 at an advanced
level or seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in Microsoft Excel 2007 at
Expert level or an equivalent.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Advanced Formatting in Word 2003  
Description: To provide a detailed overview of the advanced page formatting features in Word 2003.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; advanced end-users seeking to attain
proficiency in Word 2003; advanced end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
certification at Expert level in the use of Microsoft Word 2003; end-users seeking a basic IT
certification such as ECDL/ ICDL4, or an equivalent.
Duration=120 Minutes  

Advanced Formatting in Word 2007  
Description: Themes, Backgrounds and Borders can be used in Microsoft Office Word 2007 to
create engaging and professional looking documents.  With Word 2007, these tasks are made
easier then ever before, specifically with the use of theme colors, theme fonts and theme effects.  
This course demonstrates how borders, shading, margins and horizontal lines are used when
creating interesting documents and implementing emphasis to various parts of a document.  
Themes colors, theme fonts and theme effects are explained in detail and background colors and fill
effects are explored as well.  This course also demonstrates the use footnotes and endnotes.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Word 2007; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core
level in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/
ICDL3, or an equivalent.
Duration=1.5 hours  

Analyzing Data in Excel 2007  
Description: Excel 2007 provides powerful data analysis tools that enable you to explore large
amounts of data and to make educated business decisions based on that data.  With PivotTable
reports you can interactively summarize data, making it easier to analyze and present the results.  
PivotChart reports provide a graphical view of PivotTable report data. Using Goal Seek and Solver
enables you to retrieve required results from formulas by determining the data the formula requires.  
You can also use additional what-if analysis components, data tables and scenarios, to view how
value changes in formulas affect the formula results and to forecast worksheet outcome models
respectively.  This course covers advanced data analysis features, such as PivotTable and
PivotChart reports, Goal Seek, Solver, scenarios, data tables, and OLAP.
Target Audience=End users seeking proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel 2007 at a power user
level or seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in Microsoft Excel 2007 at an
Expert level or an equivalent.
Duration=3.5 hours  

Basic Access 2003 Tables  
Description: To create and modify tables in Access 2003.
Target Audience=End users seeking to become familiar with Microsoft Access 2003 or to obtain
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in the use of Microsoft Access 2003 at Core level.
Duration=180 Minutes  

Basic Access 2007 Forms  
Description: Microsoft Office Access 2007 offers several options for creating, customizing, and
managing forms.  This course describes multiple methods of form creation, including the Form, Split
Form, Multiple Items, Blank Form, and Form Design tools and the Form Wizard.  This course also
explores controls - the available types, how they are added to a form, how their properties are set,
and how they are resized, moved, grouped, and positioned on a form.  The course demonstrates
how forms can be customized using autoformat, or by adding the date and time, page numbers,
logos, and other decorative controls.  The creation and management of records in forms using
different navigational methods, sorting and filtering options, and printing forms is also covered.
Target Audience=End-users seeking to attain competency in Access 2007; end-users seeking to
obtain Microsoft Application Specialist certification in the use of Microsoft Access 2007; end-users
seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Professional certification; end-users seeking a basic IT
certification such as ECDL/ ICDL, or an equivalent.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Basic Access 2007 Tables  
Description: Microsoft Office Access 2007 makes it easy for you to create and manipulate database
tables.  You can choose between a Datasheet view and a Design view to create tables from scratch,
or you can base your tables on one of the many pre-defined templates.  The introduction of the
Ribbon and contextual tabs in Access 2007 makes table creation even more intuitive, and provides
you with easier data manipulation techniques.  This course explains the use of table templates,
Design and Datasheet views, field creation, data types, and modifiable properties, and
demonstrates the use of masked input fields and indexing.  The course also explores viewing,
editing, navigating, sorting, finding, and filtering records, in addition to printing data and
implementing and maintaining table relationships.
Target Audience=End-users seeking to attain competency in Access 2007; end-users seeking to
obtain Microsoft Application Specialist certification in the use of Microsoft Access 2007; end-users
seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Professional certification; end-users seeking a basic IT
certification such as ECDL/ ICDL, or an equivalent.
Duration=2.5 hours  

Basic Features of Excel 2003  
Description: To provide an overview of the basic features of Excel 2003.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Excel; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at core
level in the use of Microsoft Excel 2003; end-users seeking basic IT certification such as ECDL,
ICDL, IC3, or an equivalent.
Duration=195 Minutes  

Business Contact Manager with Outlook 2007  
Description: Microsoft Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager helps to save time and improve
sales and marketing to ensure excellent customer service by providing customer and contact
management in one central location.  It allows you to easily manage all your contacts, customer
information, and opportunities in one location making it easier to find and manage.  It also allows
you to create marketing campaigns and send them to prospective customers, as well as track any
communications with your customers and contacts to ensure you stay organized.  This course
demonstrates how to setup Business Contact Manager with Accounts, Contacts, Opportunities, and
Projects.  It also demonstrates how to track and link items to records, as well as share and protect
your data in the Business Contact Manager database.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end users seeking competency in the
advanced functionality of Microsoft Outlook 2007.
Duration=3.0 hours  

Collaborative Features in Word 2007  
Description: Microsoft Office Word 2007 offers several options for securing and protecting Word
documents as well as providing various collaborative features.  This course demonstrates how to
use Word 2007's document security, which includes locking document formatting, password
protecting a document, marking a document as read-only, using Document Inspector, viewing
privacy options, and adding a digital signature. It explains the various workspace collaboration
features available using SharePoint in addition to creating a document library.  This course also
discusses and demonstrates working with HTML to save a document as a web page and creating a
web page in Word as well as how to create blogs in Word 2007.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; advanced end-users seeking to attain
proficiency in Word 2007; advanced end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office certification at in
the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/ ICDL4, or
an equivalent.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Completing Searches, Printing Items, and Working with RSS Feeds in Outlook 2007  
Description: Microsoft Outlook 2007 is a versatile e-mail client application that offers numerous
features for interacting and sharing information with others.  This course demonstrates the new
Outlook 2007 search feature, Instant Search, which is used to locate and manipulate e-mail
messages and other Outlook items.  It also explores printing options using a variety of print styles.  
Lastly, RSS feeds will be discussed in depth, explaining how Outlook 2007 users can conveniently
view content from multiple sources, such as news outlets or blogs, from a central location.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=2.0 hours  

Configuring Rules, Alerts, and Junk E-mail Settings in Outlook 2007  
Description: Microsoft Outlook 2007 provides you with the tools you need to efficiently manage your
e-mail messages.  By using predefined or custom rules and alerts, you can organize your messages
by moving, deleting, and forwarding them appropriately, and you can even choose to send an
automatic reply to incoming e-mail.  Outlook 2007 also provides a Junk E-mail Filter to ensure that
any spam or unwanted e-mail messages are dealt with by permanently deleting them or moving
them to another folder away from your regular e-mail messages.  This course demonstrates how to
configure rules and alerts to help organize e-mail messages, and how to adjust the Junk E-mail
Filter settings to suit your needs.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.
Duration=1.5 hours  

Creating and Managing Personal Sites and Searches in SharePoint 2007  
Description: To customize SharePoint 2007 to suit your personal experience and search for
information relating to your organization.
Target Audience=End users of Office SharePoint Server 2007 .
Duration=160 Minutes  

Creating Basic Presentations using PowerPoint 2003  
Description: To explain how to create basic presentations using PowerPoint 2003.
Target Audience=Office personnel at all levels; those wishing to become familiar with PowerPoint
2003; those wishing to become certified in the Microsoft Office Specialist Program as Office
PowerPoint 2003 Specialist or an equivalent end-user certification.
Duration=160 Minutes  

Creating Custom Slide Shows in PowerPoint 2007  
Description: With PowerPoint 2007, creating customized slide shows has never been easier.  This
course shows you how to create custom slide shows that meet your differing audiences' needs.  You
will learn how to create self-running presentations, how to annotate your presentation while it's
running, and how to use Presenter View so that you see one thing while your audience sees
another.
Target Audience=Office personnel at all levels; those wishing to become familiar with PowerPoint
2007.
Duration=1.0 hours  

Creating Customized Publications with Publisher 2007  
Description: Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 helps you expand your creativity by enabling you to
customize and share a wide range of personal and business publications to suit both home and
office requirements.  You can use this application to quickly create and personalize
professional-looking publications such as newsletters and flyers.  This course explores the wide
range of available templates and the creating, editing, printing, and publishing tools at your
disposal.  It also introduces the new features of Microsoft Publisher 2007, and delves into
redesigned and enhanced familiar features.
Target Audience=Office personnel at all levels; those wishing to become familiar with Publisher 2007.
Duration=3.0 hours  

Creating Diagrams with Visio 2003  
Description: To introduce Visio 2003 and its features and demonstrate how to use it to create
diagrams.
Target Audience=End users, office personnel at all levels, and anyone wishing to become familiar
with Visio 2003.
Duration=195 Minutes  

Creating Visio 2007 Diagrams  
Description: Microsoft Visio 2007 is a powerful diagramming software that enables you to create
different types of diagrams and work environments.  This course shows how Visio 2007 has
predefined templates and stencils that enable you to create diagrams quickly and efficiently; along
with the Visio Help features that allow you to tap into the vast knowledge base both within the help
files and online through the Microsoft knowledge base.  Once the diagrams have been created, this
course demonstrates how to manipulate the shapes and connectors before saving and printing
them.
Target Audience=Knowledge of basic word processing and computing; familiarity with the Microsoft
Windows and Office environments.
Duration=2.5 hours  

Customizing Outlook 2007 and Using the Journal  
Description: Microsoft Outlook 2007 is highly customizable.  You can tailor the interface by selecting
views - or modifying them - to suit your needs.  Using a timeline you can track items, such as e-mail
or phone conversations, within Outlook itself and also externally.  In addition, Outlook allows you to
configure and customize multiple e-mail accounts so that you can view e-mail messages from many
different accounts within a single Outlook interface.  This course demonstrates how to customize
Outlook to meet a variety of such requirements, how to track items in Outlook, and how to configure
additional e-mail accounts.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Data Security, Archiving, and Working Offline in Outlook 2007  
Description: You can use the enhanced security features included in Microsoft Outlook 2007 to
protect your e-mail and computer from malicious attacks that can arrive in the form of incoming
e-mail messages.  The program also provides you with tools used to archive and manage the size of
your mailbox to ensure that you can locally store your e-mail messages for future reference.  With
Outlook 2007 you can choose to work offline and access your e-mail messages without connecting
to a server, and then synchronize Outlook with the server at a more convenient time.  You can also
connect to the Exchange Server using Outlook Web Access (OWA) at times when you do not have
access to the Outlook application.  OWA provides you with many of the same features that Outlook
2007 offers, but through a browser interface.
This course demonstrates how to configure the security settings, offline access, and synchronization
settings for Outlook 2007.  The course also shows you how to access Outlook from the Internet, and
how to archive data and manage your data file sizes.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end users seeking competency in the
advanced functionality of Microsoft Outlook 2007.
Duration=3.0 hours  

Developing Diagrams with Visio 2003  
Description: To demonstrate how to add and modify text and shapes.
Target Audience=End users, office personnel at all levels, and anyone wishing to become familiar
with Visio 2003.
Duration=220 Minutes  

Distributing Presentations in PowerPoint 2007  
Description: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 provides numerous ways to produce and distribute
dynamic, custom presentations.  In this course you will be introduced to the process of securing
your presentations for distribution by setting up passwords.  You will also examine the various ways
to distribute your presentations to colleagues and other audiences.  You'll explore how to print your
slides, save a presentation as a web page, and e-mail your presentations.  And you'll learn how to
package your slide show to a CD.
Target Audience=Office personnel at all levels; those wishing to become familiar with PowerPoint
2007.
Duration=1.0 hours  

Enhancing and Customizing Diagrams in Visio 2007  
Description: Visio 2007 provides the tools to create diagrams by adding shapes and text to create
complex networking and business diagrams.  This course will show how to position and manipulate
shapes, alter views and page orders, and manipulate text and text characteristics within Visio 2007
diagrams.
Target Audience=Knowledge of basic word processing and computing; familiarity with the Microsoft
Windows and Office environments.
Duration=3.5 hours  

Excel 2003 Formulas and Functions  
Description: To provide an overview of the calculation features in Excel 2003.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Excel; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at core
level in the use of Microsoft Excel 2003; end-users seeking basic IT certification such as ECDL,
ICDL, IC3, or an equivalent.
Duration=160 Minutes  

Excel 2007 Charts, Pictures, Themes, and Styles  
Description: Enhancements to charting, themes, and styles in Excel 2007 enable you to create
attractive and well-organized representations of spreadsheet and workbook data.  Charts, themes,
styles, and pictures can all be easily inserted and customized from the Ribbon bar. This course
demonstrates how to effectively use and customize charts in Excel 2007, and explores available
chart types and styles.  Using themes and styles to improve presentation, and adding visual
elements to workbooks, are also covered.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Excel 2007.
Duration=1.5 hours  

Excel 2007 Formulas and Functions  
Description: Excel 2007 provides numerous functions and formulas for performing simple and
complex calculations on workbook data.  The Ribbon's Formulas tab provides convenient access to
groups of data analysis and calculation tools, such as the Function Library, Named Cells, Formula
Auditing, and Calculation groups.  This course demonstrates how to create and edit formulas, use
references and names, and work with tables in Excel 2007. Basic, logical, financial, and date
functions are also covered.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Excel 2007.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Exchanging Data with Excel 2007  
Description: In Excel 2007, there are a number of options for importing data and sharing data with
other applications.  Excel 2007 includes built-in functionality for importing text files and creating
database queries to retrieve data from a variety of databases.  Other applications, such as Access,
Word, and Outlook, can also import Excel data.  Using XML in conjunction with Excel enables you to
further manage and customize workbooks.  This course explores creating links, importing text files,
and creating database and web queries.  Importing Excel 2007 data into other applications and
using XML in Excel 2007 are also covered.
Target Audience=End users seeking proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel 2007 at a power user
level or seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in Microsoft Excel 2007 at an
Expert level or an equivalent.
Duration=3.0 hours  

Extending Publisher 2007 Beyond Publications  
Description: You can do more with Office Publisher 2007 than create basic desktop publications.  
New and enhanced capabilities guide you through the processes of creating and distributing your
work either in print, on the Web, or by e-mail.  This course explains such Microsoft Office Publisher
2007 features as e-mail and catalog merging capabilities, e-mail templates, and web page creation
and customization.
Target Audience=Office personnel at all levels; those wishing to become familiar with Publisher 2007.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Formatting and Managing E-mail in Outlook 2007  
Description: Microsoft Outlook 2007 allows you to quickly organize and format e-mail messages
using easy management and time-saving tasks.  Outlook 2007 provides formatting features that can
be applied to an e-mail message as it is being created, and also includes management tools to find
and sort messages quickly.  This course demonstrates how to use the various formatting features,
and also explores such e-mail message options as signatures and voting buttons, and how to use
and work with attachments.  In addition, the course demonstrates methods of organizing e-mail
using an assortment of views and color-coding techniques.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=3.0 hours  

Formatting and Managing Messages in Outlook 2003  
Description: To demonstrate how to format and manage messages in Outlook 2003.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Outlook 2003; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
certification in the use of Microsoft Outlook 2003; end-users seeking basic IT certification, such as
ECDL, ICDL, IC3, or an equivalent.
Duration=160 Minutes  

Formatting Data in Excel 2003  
Description: To demonstrate how to format worksheets in Excel 2003.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Excel; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at core
level in the use of Microsoft Excel 2003; end-users seeking basic IT certification such as ECDL,
ICDL, IC3, or an equivalent.
Duration=120 Minutes  

Fundamentals of Internet Explorer 7  
Description: To recognize the basic features of Internet Explorer 7; browse, save, and print content;
search for information and get help; and use RSS feeds for dynamic web sites.
Target Audience=End users and Internet users.
Duration=160 Minutes  

Getting Started with Access 2003  
Description: To create and navigate an Access 2003 databas.e
Target Audience=End users seeking to become familiar with Microsoft Access 2003 or to obtain
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in the use of Microsoft Access 2003 at Core level.
Duration=160 Minutes  

Getting Started with Access 2007  
Description: With Access 2007, Microsoft introduces some of the most significant changes to Access
in years.  Most notable is the intuitive new user interface that replaces the traditional menus and
toolbars with features like the Ribbon, the Quick Access Toolbar, and the Microsoft Office button.  
This course provides an introduction to Access 2007 and demonstrates how to navigate within the
new user interface.  The introductory steps in planning a database, the components and views of an
Access database, and database creation methods are also covered.
Target Audience=End-users seeking to attain competency in Access 2007; end-users seeking to
obtain Microsoft Application Specialist certification in the use of Microsoft Access 2007; end-users
seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Professional certification; end-users seeking a basic IT
certification such as ECDL/ ICDL, or an equivalent.
Duration=1.5 hours  

Getting Started with Excel 2007  
Description: With the introduction of Office Excel 2007, Microsoft has made substantial changes to
the user interface of its spreadsheet application.  This course will help get you up-to-speed on the
new features, and will introduce you to the basic features and functionality of Excel 2007.  This will
be accomplished through the demonstration of workbook creation and navigation, and worksheet
data entry at a user-friendly beginner level.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Excel 2007.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Getting Started with FrontPage 2003  
Description: To introduce the basic features and functionality of Microsoft FrontPage 2003.
Target Audience=Anyone wishing to become familiar with FrontPage 2003 or needing to create
professional-standard Internet or intranet sites quickly and easily.
Duration=140 Minutes  

Getting Started with Outlook 2007  
Description: Microsoft Outlook 2007 is an application used to manage your communication needs.  It
allows people to send and receive e-mail messages, and provides additional functionality to keep
tasks, notes, appointments, and daily activities in one convenient location.  This course addresses
the basic features and functionality of Outlook 2007, including how to create e-mail messages, view
and reply to incoming e-mails, and how to find information using Outlook 2007's basic Help features.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=1.5 hours  

Getting Started with PowerPoint 2007  
Description: Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 is a powerful authoring application that enables you to
create high-impact, professional-looking presentations quickly and easily.  This course shows how
to create a new presentation from scratch, and also how to use layouts and views to make working
with your presentation easy.  It provides you with a solid introduction to the basic, must-know
aspects of PowerPoint, and it shows you how to use PowerPoint's powerful help features.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=1.5 hours  

Getting Started with Publisher 2003  
Description: To provide a basic introduction to Publisher 2003 and the features and tools used for
creating publications in Publisher, and to demonstrate the options for getting help as you work.
Target Audience=Office personnel at all levels; those wishing to become familiar with Publisher 2003.
Duration=140 Minutes  

Getting Started with Word 2003  
Description: To provide a basic introduction to Word 2003 and the features and tools used for
creating and navigating documents in Word.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Word 2003; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core
level in the use of Microsoft Word 2003; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/
ICDL3, or an equivalent.
Duration=80 Minutes  

Getting Started with Word 2007  
Description: With Office Word 2007, Microsoft introduces some of the most significant changes to
Word in years.  Most notable is the new intuitive user interface which replaces the traditional menus
and toolbars, featuring the Ribbon , the Quick Access toolbar, and the Mini Toolbar as well as a new
Office button which replaces the File menu.  This course provides an introduction to Word 2007 and
demonstrates how to navigate within the new user interface.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification
at Core level in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification.
Duration=1.0 hours  

Importing and Exporting Data and Data Presentation in Access 2007  
Description: Microsoft Office Access 2007 offers several options for importing and exporting data,
and also provides a variety of data presentation strategies.  With Access 2007 you can link to, or
import data and objects from external sources such as other Access databases, Excel
spreadsheets, text files, XML files, and SharePoint lists.  You can also export data and objects from
an Access 2007 database to external sources.  This course explains and demonstrates the various
methods of importing, exporting, and linking to external data sources. It also describes how to create
and modify PivotTables and PivotCharts as an alternate way to organize and present database
data.  The options used to apply aggregate functions to a PivotTable, add a calculated field to a
PivotTable, and export a PivotTable to an Excel spreadsheet are also discussed in the course.
Target Audience=Anyone wishing to become familiar with Microsoft Access 2007 at an advanced
level; anyone seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Specialist certification in the use of Microsoft
Access 2007; anyone seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Professional certification.
Duration=2.0 hours

Instant, Text, and Unified Messaging in Outlook 2007  
Description: You can secure your e-mail in Microsoft Outlook 2007 using Information Rights
Management (IRM), a feature that allows you to set access permissions for specific messages.  
Setting these restrictions secures your sensitive information against forwarding, printing, and
copying.  In addition, when used with an Exchange Server, Outlook 2007 provides you with a
comprehensive messaging approach, including instant and text messaging to mobile devices.  It also
allows you to receive and listen to voice mail messages in your inbox, and send and receive faxes
directly to and from your inbox.  This course explains how to configure and implement IRM.  It also
discusses how to send and receive instant and text messages and faxes from your inbox, and how
to configure Outlook for voice mail.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end users seeking competency in the
advanced functionality of Microsoft Outlook 2007.
Duration=1.0 hours  

Introduction to Microsoft Office 2003  
Description: To show how to open Office programs and use them to create files.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end users seeking an introduction to
Microsoft Office 2003; end users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL, ICDL, IC3, or an
equivalent.
Duration=180 Minutes  

Managing Files, Folders, and Devices in Microsoft Windows XP  
Description: To show how to manage, control, and troubleshoot files and folders, network devices,
and drivers in Windows XP Professional.
Target Audience=Students preparing for the Microsoft Exam 70-270; Installing, configuring and
administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
Duration=350 Minutes

Manipulating and Formatting Data and Worksheets  
Description: Excel 2007 provides a number of improved tools and new features that allow you to
visually enhance the appearance of sheets and workbooks.  Cells, rows, columns, sheets, and
workbooks can be manipulated and customized using various positioning and formatting features.  
This course explores the processing of copying and moving cells, columns, rows, and sheets, as
well as inserting or removing sheets and modifying workbooks.  Formatting tables, textual data, and
numerical data, as well as conditional formatting, is also covered.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Excel 2007.
Duration=3.5 hours  

Microsoft Access 2007 and Microsoft Publisher 2007  
Description: To recognize the new features in Microsoft Access 2007 and Publisher 2007.
Target Audience=Previous Microsoft Office users, including business customers and individual
Office users who plan on upgrading to Office 2007, will be candidates for this training.
Duration=60 Minutes  

Microsoft Office 2003: New Features for End Users  
Description: To describe new features of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2003.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise, and end users.
Duration=140 Minutes  

Microsoft Office 2007: Collaborating with Groove and Communicator  
Description: Collaboration is at the heart of effective teamwork.  When operating in traditional work
structures, with all team members in one office location having regular face-to-face meetings, this
collaboration was relatively easy.  But work environments have changed.  Offices are no longer
confined to a room or a building and teams often comprise members in different countries, working
in different time zones.  Office 2007 facilitates collaboration with its Office Groove 2007 and Office
Communicator 2007 applications.  Groove brings small teams together in virtual 'workspaces',
stored on each team member's desktop.  All the files the team needs for collaboration are stored in
these workspaces and are updated after each change whether the team member is online or offline.
Office Communicator extends these capabilities by enabling those in different locations and time
zones to communicate easily and quickly with a range of unified communication tools, including
voice, video, and instant messaging.  This course explores Groove 2007 and Communicator 2007
as collaborative software packages.  It teaches how to create Groove workspaces, how to invite
people to share that workspace, and how to connect with team members using chat or discussion
boards.  The concept of 'presence', which displays a team member's status, is explained in relation
to Groove and Communicator. The course also introduces the benefits of an integrated Office
system and demonstrates how to use Communicator for real-time collaboration.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=2.5 hours  

Microsoft Office 2007: Sharing Information with OneNote 2007  
Description: With team members working in diverse locations, a central repository in which to store
information about customers, projects, and meetings is vital.  There's an ever-growing amount of
information in a variety of formats and teams must stay in control.  Office OneNote 2007 is a
note-taking program which enables you to store typed text, handwritten notes, pictures, sketches,
audio, and web research in one location.  Notepads can be shared among team members so that
everyone can store, share, and contribute information in an organized way.  Changes to notepad
items are merged automatically and are synchronized if a team member has been offline.  This
course demonstrates how to create shared notepads, how to add files and text, and how to initiate a
live session to share notes in real time.  It also shows how best to organize notepads and how to
search for information using the Office OneNote 2007 tools.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=1.0 hours  

Microsoft Office Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook 2007  
Description: To use the new features of Microsoft Office Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook 2007.
Target Audience=Previous Microsoft Office users, including business customers and individual
Office users who plan on upgrading to Office 2007, will be candidates for this training.
Duration=90 Minutes  

New Features for End Users in Microsoft Office 2007  
Description: To recognize the new features for end users in Microsoft Office 2007
Target Audience=Previous Microsoft Office users, including business customers and individual
Office users who plan on upgrading to Office 2007, will be candidates for this training.
Duration=80 Minutes

Optimizing E-mail at Work  
Description: In today's business world, e-mail is used to do everything from processing orders to
supplying information.  Because of the limitations of telephone communication when people who are
very busy or sometimes in different time zones work together, e-mail use is on the rise in U.S.  
E-mail offers a plenitude of new opportunities for business, but understanding how to properly use it
is essential in order to take advantage of these opportunities.  This course will tell you what makes
e-mail unique and provide you with the skills to write, send, and receive business e-mail effectively.  
You will learn how to best use the features that are commonly included in e-mail programs in a way
that improves your communicative ability and efficiency at work.
Duration=2.0

Printing, Help, and Automated Formatting in Word 2007  
Description: Microsoft Office Word 2007 provides new features called Quick Styles and building
blocks which make it easy to create great looking documents quickly. You can select Quick Styles
using the new Live Preview feature to view the different styles before committing the changes.  This
course demonstrates the use of Quick Styles, building blocks, templates and AutoCorrect features
in detail.  Previewing and printing options, as well as Word 2007's Help and Research options, are
also explored and demonstrated.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Word 2007; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core
level in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/
ICDL3, or an equivalent.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Programmability and Administration in Access 2007  
Description: Microsoft Office Access 2007 makes it easy for you to share and manage data using
the collaborative environment of a Microsoft Windows SharePoint site along with the many data
management features available within Access 2007.  This course explains how SharePoint sites can
be used with Access and demonstrates options such as moving data to a SharePoint site, publishing
data to a SharePoint site, importing from or linking to a SharePoint list, creating an Access view of a
SharePoint list, working offline with SharePoint lists, as well as tracking data versioning in
SharePoint.  Another feature of Access 2007 is its programmability.  Using Access macros and
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code you can easily add functionality to a database to suit your
business needs.  In addition to SharePoint integration, this course provides an introduction to
programming in Access and explores when to use macros or VBA code to automate processes.  It
also demonstrates how to create, launch, and modify macros and explains the use of the Visual
Basic Editor to create event handlers and set control property values.
Target Audience=Anyone wishing to become familiar with Microsoft Access 2007 at an advanced
level; anyone seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Specialist certification in the use of Microsoft
Access 2007; anyone seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Professional certification.
Duration=1.5 hours

Protecting and Sharing Excel 2007 Workbooks  
Description: In many organizations, teams and individuals require frequent and possibly
simultaneous access to common spreadsheets and workbooks.  To meet these demands without
affecting efficiency, a number of review, security, and collaboration features are available in Excel
2007.  Workbooks, worksheets, and specific data within worksheets, can be protected, enabling only
those with access to view or make changes to them.  Workbooks can be shared so that multiple
people can access required data, and changes made to workbooks can be tracked, accepted or
rejected, and merged. The use of Excel Services and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services adds
an additional level of collaboration and security features.  This courses covers range, worksheet,
and workbook protection, as well as tracking changes and merging workbooks in Excel 2007.  
Sharing workbooks, using Excel Services for collaboration, and publishing workbooks to SharePoint
are also covered.
Target Audience=End users seeking proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel 2007 at a power user
level or seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in Microsoft Excel 2007 at an
Expert level or an equivalent.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Queries and Reports in Access 2007  
Description: Queries and reports are used in Access 2007 to convert data into useful information
and are an essential part of any database application.  Access 2007 has a Query Wizard which
simplifies the process of formulating a query and provides various methods of creating reports to
present summarized information easily and effectively.  This course explores the use of the Query
Wizard and demonstrates how to create or modify a query in Design view in order to achieve
specific results.  This course also covers Expression Builder, calculated fields, grouping options for
displaying query results, and crosstab, unmatched, and duplicate queries.  The use of the Report,
Report Wizard, Blank Report, Report Design, and Label options are covered, as well as how to add
and bind controls, group and sort data, and modify sections of a report.
Target Audience=End-users seeking to attain competency in Access 2007; end-users seeking to
obtain Microsoft Application Specialist certification in the use of Microsoft Access 2007; end-users
seeking to obtain Microsoft Application Professional certification; end-users seeking a basic IT
certification such as ECDL/ ICDL, or an equivalent.
Duration=2.5 hours  

Reviewing and Printing in Excel 2007  
Description: Excel 2007 simplifies the reviewing and printing processes by centralizing all related
features within the various tabs of the Ribbon.  The Review tab enables you to quickly access tools
for proofing content and adding comments.  Using the Page Layout view, you can preview how your
worksheets will look when they are printed, and adjust them as needed to achieve professional
results.  This course explores Excel 2007 reviewing features, such as spellchecking, translating, and
using comments.  Configuring entire workbooks, spreadsheets, and spreadsheet selections for
printing, using the Page Layout view, and printing using the Office button are also covered.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Excel 2007.
Duration=1.5 hours  

Sending and Receiving Messages in Outlook 2003  
Description: To demonstrate how to send and receive messages in Outlook 2003.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Outlook 2003; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
certification in the use of Microsoft Outlook 2003; end-users seeking basic IT certification, such as
ECDL, ICDL, IC3, or an equivalent.
Duration=160 Minutes  

SharePoint 2007 Essentials  
Description: To use SharePoint for file sharing, collaboration, and discussion, and integrate and use
it with Office applications.
Target Audience=End users of Office SharePoint Server 2007.
Duration=170 Minutes  

Slide Layout and Design in PowerPoint 2003
Description: To demonstrate how to modify slide layout and design in PowerPoint 2003
presentations.
Target Audience=Office personnel at all levels; those wishing to become familiar with PowerPoint
2003; those wishing to become certified in the Microsoft Office Specialist Program as Office
PowerPoint 2003 Specialist or an equivalent end-user certification.
Duration=95 Minutes  

Structuring, Editing, Saving, and Opening Documents in Word 2007  
Description: Word 2007 provides many options for structuring and editing documents which are
complemented by a variety of editing tools.  There are also options for saving documents which can
be customized to suit your word processing needs.  This course explains the use of page and
section breaks, spacing adjustment, and column insertion, and explores the basic editing tools
packaged with Word 2007.  A new feature of Word 2007 demonstrated in the course is the ability to
save a document in PDF or XPS format, in addition to being able to save as a web page.  The
course also explains how to save documents so that they can be viewed in previous versions of
Word.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Word 2007; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core
level in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/
ICDL3, or an equivalent.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Using Contacts, Tasks, Notes, and Customizing the Interface in Outlook 2007  
Description: Microsoft Outlook 2007 allows for easy creation and management of all contacts.  It
provides an easy to use interface for creating contacts, along with business cards, that can also be
used for sending e-mail, making meeting requests and journal entries, as well as assigning tasks.  
Outlook also offers multiple views to easily manage and track tasks.  In addition, it allows you to
create and store notes for later reference.  This course explores how to create and manage
contacts, tasks, and notes.  It also demonstrates how to customize the Outlook interface using
Outlook Today, shortcuts, Favorite Folders, and the Navigation Pane.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=3.0 hours  

Using Tables, Charts, and Graphics in Word 2007  
Description: By using the tabular and charting utilities of Microsoft Office Word 2007, you can
format, sort, and analyze your data with ease.  In Word 2007, you can insert a table by selecting its
layout from a list of preformatted tables, or by selecting the number of columns and rows that you
require.  You can insert a table into your regular document layout, or you can nest it within another
table for increased complexity.  There may also be times when you need to insert Excel data or
charts into a Word document, and Word 2007 enables you to do so with a few simple steps.  This
course demonstrates how to create, format, and modify Word 2007 tables, including inserting and
deleting table elements, resizing tables, merging and splitting cells, sorting data, using simple
formulas, as well as converting a table to text. Methods of inserting, linking, and embedding Excel
objects in Word documents are explained in this course, in addition to inserting and formatting
charts.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Word 2007; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core
level in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/
ICDL3, or an equivalent.
Duration=2.5 hours  

Using the Calendar in Outlook 2007  
Description: Microsoft Outlook 2007 provides an easy-to-manage calendar that allows for creation
and management of appointments, meetings, and events in a single interface.  It also provides a
To-Do bar that displays all calendar entries, including tasks and their deadlines, in a customized
view that simplifies scheduling. This course demonstrates how to customize the Outlook 2007
calendar using personalized views.  It also demonstrates how to create and manage appointments,
meetings, and events.
Target Audience=End User
Duration=3.0 hours  

Working with Code in FrontPage 2003  
Description: To demonstrate how to work with code in FrontPage 2003.
Target Audience=Anyone wishing to become familiar with FrontPage 2003 at an advanced level or
needing to create professional-standard Internet or intranet sites quickly and easily.
Duration=140 Minutes  

Working with Documents in Word 2007  
Description: Microsoft Office Word 2007 has various design features that can be used to enhance
your Word documents.  These include Clip Art, SmartArt, WordArt, shapes, curves, lines, and
diagrams to name a few.  This course explains how to use Word 2007's Drawing Tools, including
working with WordArt, AutoShapes, Pictures, Clip Art, and SmartArt. It also demonstrates the use of
headers, footers, and page numbers as well as how to use document views available in Word 2007,
and how to navigate using line numbers, and multiple windows.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Word 2007; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core
level in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/
ICDL3, or an equivalent.
Duration=2.0 hours  

Working with SharePoint, Calendars, and Forms in Outlook 2007  
Description: Microsoft Outlook 2007 enables you to collaborate with others by using a SharePoint
site to share information such as contacts and calendars.  From within Outlook 2007 you can open,
edit, and update SharePoint files, as well as update and add items to calendars on the SharePoint
site.  With Outlook 2007 you can easily share your calendar either through Outlook itself or online
using an Internet Calendar.  It also allows you to customize default forms to ensure they meet your
needs.  This course demonstrates how to use Outlook 2007 to connect to a SharePoint site and
open, edit, and update SharePoint files, as well as create calendar items for the SharePoint site.  It
also explores how to share your Outlook 2007 calendar and customize, test, and publish customized
forms in Outlook 2007.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end users seeking competency in the use
of Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.
Duration=2.5 hours  

Working with text and paragraphs in Word 2003  
Description: To demonstrate how to format text and organize paragraphs in Word.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Word 2003; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core
level in the use of Microsoft Word 2003; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/
ICDL3, or an equivalent.
Duration=120 Minutes  

Working with Text and Paragraphs in Word 2007  
Description: Word 2007 makes it easy to apply formatting to documents by providing a live visual
preview of various formatting options.  This enables you to view the formatting change before
actually committing to it.  This course explains the Font and Paragraph formatting options, as well as
the Mini toolbar and live preview features.  In addition, the creation and formatting of bulleted,
numbered, and multi-level lists and the insertion of symbols or special characters are demonstrated.
Setting margins, paragraph indents, tab stops, text alignment, and showing or hiding formatting
marks will also be explored in this course.
Target Audience=Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency
in Word 2007; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core
level in the use of Microsoft Word 2007; end-users seeking a basic IT certification such as ECDL/
ICDL3, or an equivalent.
Duration=2.0 hours
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