Course Duration - One Day
Benefits of Introduction to Microsoft Office Course
This course has been designed for new users of Microsoft Office. The course provides an introduction to using the main components. The course is 100% hands-on, with exercises to help the trainees practice the new skills they learn.
Microsoft Office is the most commonly used software set in business and office environments. Insight IT provides a broad range of Microsoft Office training courses devised to train you in all aspects of Microsoft Office and the individual packages it contains. Our Introduction to Microsoft Office course has been designed to cover the fundamentals of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Using Web Browsers.
So whether you want to create a presentation to impress your manager or you need to understand how the e-mail system works, read our course content and get in touch with us.
To be successful, no previous experience of using Microsoft Office is necessary, although keyboard and mouse experience is assumed. Familiarity with the use of Windows software is essential – trainees should have attended the Introduction to Computers or equivalent level course.
Microsoft Word (word processor)
- An explanation of what Microsoft Word does
- Creating new documents
- Saving your documents
- Modifying existing documents
- Opening and closing documents
- Printing documents
Microsoft Excel (spreadsheet)
- An explanation of what Microsoft Excel does
- Creating new spreadsheets
- Saving your spreadsheets
- Modifying existing spreadsheets
- Opening and closing spreadsheets
- Printing spreadsheets
Microsoft PowerPoint (presentation packages)
- An explanation of what Microsoft PowerPoint does
- Creating new presentations
- Saving your presentation
- Modifying existing presentations
- Opening and closing presentations
- Printing presentations
Microsoft Outlook (email)
- Understanding how the e-mail system works
- Reading your e-mails and replying to an e-mail
- Copying information from e-mail
- Creating and sending an e-mail
Using Web Browsers
- What is the Internet?
- Internet Terminology
- Using Search Engines
- Using URL’s (web addresses)
- Using Favourites/Bookmarks
- Using Links
- Using History
No previous experience of using Microsoft Office is necessary, although keyboard and mouse experience is assumed. Familiarity with the use of Windows software is essential – trainees should have attended the Introduction to Computers or equivalent level course.