Upgrade to Office 2010
This workshop is designed for users who are changing from Office 2003 or Office 2007 to Office 2010. Office 2010 is significantly different – and, although intended to be intuitive, task based, and fluent – the new interface might be daunting at first.
The first thing you will ask is “Where is …?” or “How do I…?” It is confusing for users who have developed short cuts to suddenly find the commands (seem to) have completely disappeared!
You might be so busy finding out how to do everyday tasks that you might not make the most of the new features. This workshop will help you to transfer your skills, and make the most of the new interface.
This course assumes that you are an experienced user of Office 2007 or earlier.
- Navigate and manage the new user interface
- Locate familiar commands and explore new ones
- Understand and confidently use the significant enhancements in Office 2010
- Work more effectively with Office 2010 applications, including Outlook 2010
- Share data with colleagues safely and effectively
Exploring the new user interface:
Getting to grips with the task oriented approach; understanding ribbons and command groups; using the quick access toolbar; locating familiar commands quickly; discovering the new save options.
Excel tables – what they are and how to use them; enhanced PivotTables and charts; changes to and additional formulas and functions; formatting and presentation made simple; chart formatting; additional print options.
More effective formatting, including Quick Styles and document themes; safer sharing of documents; making the most of the task-based interface including AutoText, AutoCorrect and Mail-merge improvements.
Themes and Quick Styles; custom slide layouts; designer-quality presentations; sharing information effectively; protecting and managing presentations.
Understanding your inbox; responding to incoming mail; sending messages; adding attachments and links; maintaining a contacts list; making the most of your calendar; sharing calendars; organising folders and notes; delegating actions using task assignment; keeping track of tasks with the To Do bar.