Microsoft Office 2007 CoursesMicrosoft Office 2010 Courses
Access 2007 Core Topics 1Access 2010 Core Topics 1
Access 2007 Core Topics 2Access 2010 Core Topics 2
Access 2007 Expert TopicsAccess 2010 Expert Topics
Excel 2007 Core Topics 1Excel 2010 Core Topics 1
Excel 2007 Core Topics 2Excel 2010 Core Topics 2
Excel 2007 Expert TopicsExcel 2010 Expert Topics
PowerPoint 2007 Core Topics 1PowerPoint 2010 Core Topics 1
PowerPoint 2007 Core Topics 2PowerPoint 2010 Core Topics 2
Word 2007 Core Topics 1Word 2010 Core Topics 1
Word 2007 Core Topics 2Word 2010 Core Topics 2
Outlook 2007 Core Topics 1Outlook 2010 Core Topics 1
SharePoint 2007 BasicsSharePoint 2010 Basics
SharePoint 2007 Adm/UserVisio 2010 Core Topics 1
SharePoint 2007 Designer Level 1Visio 2010 Core Topics 2
SharePoint 2007 Designer Level 2
Windows 7Specialty Courses
OneNote 2007Introduction to SPSS
uSurvey
Web Development Site CoursesIntroduction to ListServ
Directory Update SystemAdobe Acrobat 9.0 Level 1
Adobe InDesign CS5 Level 1
Report Distribution System CoursesAdobe Photoshop CS5 Level 1
EOS Thin Client TrainingAdobe Photoshop CS5 Level 2
RDS Web TrainingSoftChalk Lesson Builder
Computer Basics
Giving Presentations
Business Writing for Technical Staff
PREZI
Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2010

Microsoft Office 2003 Application courses are offered only by special request. For further information please contact the User Support Services Training group at 305-284-2944 or send email with your request to ittraining@miami.edu.


Microsoft Office 2007 Courses
Microsoft Access 2007 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class covers introductory topics of the database program Microsoft Access. Topics include: the fundamentals of access 2007 database program, database basics, creating and working with a database, finding, filtering, and formatting data, working with tables and fields, and creating relational databases.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft Access 2007 Core Topics 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class covers intermediate topics of the database program Microsoft Access. Topics include: working with queries, working with forms, working with reports, formatting forms and reports, working with macros, and a review of some advanced topics.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft Access 2007 Core Topics 1 course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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Microsoft Excel 2007 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class introduces the user to the basics of the spreadsheet program Microsoft Excel. Topics include: the fundamentals of working with Excel 2007, worksheet basics, editing a worksheet, formatting a worksheet, managing workbooks, and working with page layout and printing.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft Excel 2007 Core Topics 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class covers introductory and intermediate topics of the spreadsheet program Microsoft Excel. Topics include: creating and working with charts, working with objects, working with more functions and formulas, working with data ranges, and working with tables.

Prerequisites:Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft Excel 2007 Core Topics 1 course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class introduces the user to the basics of the presentation application Microsoft PowerPoint. Topics include: The fundamentals of PowerPoint 2007, presentation basics, inserting and editing text, formatting text, viewing a presentation, formatting a presentation, working with objects and working with tables.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Core Topics 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class covers introductory and intermediate topics of the presentation application Microsoft PowerPoint. Topics include: working with charts and smartart, applying transition and animation effects, working with multimedia, finalizing a presentation, delivering a presentation, collaborating with others, working with other programs, and touching on a few advanced topics of interest.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of a Microsoft PowerPoint Core Topics 1 course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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Visio 2010 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: Learn how to create professional looking business and technical diagrams. This class covers introductory to intermediate topics of Microsoft Visio 2010. Topics include: the fundamentals of Visio 2010; create charts and diagrams with Visio templates, draw your own organizational charts, floor plans, flow charts, and more; apply color, text, and themes; entering, linking, and reporting on data; adding and using hyperlinks.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Visio 2010 Core Topics 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: Learn how to create professional looking business and technical diagrams. This class covers intermediate to advance topics of Microsoft Visio 2010. Topics include: sharing and publishing diagrams; network and data center diagrams; using Visio shapes to link to, store, and visualize data; create and validate process diagrams; customize diagrams with your own shapes and templates.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft Visio 2010 Core Topics 1 course.

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Microsoft Word 2007 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class introduces the user to the basics of the word processor application Microsoft Word. Topics include: the fundamentals of word 2007, document basics, working with and editing text, formatting characters and paragraphs, formatting the page, working with themes and styles, working with shapes and pictures, and working with tables.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft Word 2007 Core Topics 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class covers introductory and intermediate topics of the word processor application Microsoft Word. Topics include: working with mailings, using document collaboration tools, working with outlines, long documents, and references, working with WordArt, SmartArt, and Charts, collaborating with other programs, working with templates, working with forms, working with web pages, and touching on a few advanced topics of interest.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft Word 2007 Core Topics 1 courses or equivalent introductory courses in the appropriate subject.

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Microsoft Outlook 2007 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class introduces the user to the basics of the email and information management program Microsoft Outlook. Topics include: the fundamentals of outlook 2007, composing and sending email, receiving email, advanced email features, working with contacts, using the calendar, working with tasks, using the journal and notes, organizing and finding information, collaborating with other users, customizing Outlook, managing outlook data, and touching on a few advanced topics of interest.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Adm/User
Duration: Three Half-Day Sessions

Description: Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer is a free WYSIWYG HTML editor and web design program from Microsoft for SharePoint and other websites and is part of the SharePoint family of products. It is part of the Microsoft Office family, but not included in any of the Office suites. The name change, from Microsoft FrontPage, reflects the emphasis on designing and customizing SharePoint websites. SharePoint Designer is available as license-restricted freeware.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Designer Level 1
Duration: Three Half-Day Sessions

Description: This course is geared towards a user who wishes to extend or create SharePoint sites with more functionality by incorporating server web controls, data controls, customized workflows, and administration. As a prerequisite, users are encouraged to complete the Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2007: Level 1 course which introduces some of these basic tools using the out-of-the-box functionality provided by the built-in SharePoint Designer templates. In the SharePoint Designer Level 2 course we will cover the following topics:

  • Creating and Modifying ASP.NET Form
  • Integrating SharePoint and External Data Sources
  • Using SharePoint Site Templates
  • Advanced Data Integration using SharePoint Designer
  • Updating Workflows using SharePoint Designer
  • Administering a SharePoint Site using SharePoint Designer

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, Windows XP/Vista/7 experience) plus completion of a Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Admn/User course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Designer Level 2
Duration: Three Half-Day Sessions

Description: This course is geared towards users who wish to extend or create SharePoint sites with more functionality by incorporating server web controls, data controls, customized workflows, and administration. As a prerequisite, users are encouraged to complete the Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2007: Level 1 course which introduces some of these basic tools using the out-of-the-box functionality provided by the built-in SharePoint Designer templates.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, Windows XP/Vista/7 experience). plus completion of a Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Designer Level I course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject

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Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Basics
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class focuses on the basic features of Microsoft SharePoint 2007. Topics include: logging into SharePoint, Document Libraries, Security and Rights, adding Web Parts, Customizing Sites, Site Navigation. Checking In and Out documents, Calenders, Document Workspace

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft OneNote 2007
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class introduces the note taking capabilities of OneNote. OneNote uses electronic notebooks to provide several ways to gather, organize and store information and notes. Topics include: easy-to-use shared notebooks, inserting audio and video recordings, adding images, handwriting digital notes, capturing Web and screen clippings, and utilizing the program’s powerful search engine.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft Office 2010 Courses
Microsoft Access 2010 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: class covers introductory topics of the database program Microsoft Access. Topics include: the fundamentals and new features of access 2010 database program, database basics, creating and working with a database, finding, filtering, and formatting data, working with tables and fields, and creating relational databases.

Prerequisites: computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft Access 2010 Core Topics 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class covers intermediate topics of the database program Microsoft Access. Topics include: working with queries, working with forms, working with reports, formatting forms and reports, working with macros, and a review of some advanced topics.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft Access 2010 Core Topics 1 course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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Microsoft Access 2010 Expert Topics
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class focuses on such topics as using charts, using subforms / subreports, switchboards, pivot tables and pivot charts, working with indexes, collecting data via email, customizing the navigation pane and creating custom toolbars.

Prerequisites: Microsoft Access Core Topics 1 & 2 classes, an introductory level Microsoft Access course, or background in Access including knowledge in creating basic tables, forms, reports, and setting up relationships.

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Microsoft Excel 2010 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class introduces the user to the basics of the spreadsheet program Microsoft Excel. Topics include: the fundamentals and new features of Excel 2010, getting started with worksheets, editing a worksheet, formatting a worksheet, and managing workbooks.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft Excel 2010 Core Topics 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class covers introductory and intermediate topics of the spreadsheet program Microsoft Excel. Topics include: creating and working with charts, working with objects, working with more functions and formulas, working with data ranges, and working with tables.

Prerequisites:Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft Excel 2010 Core Topics 1 course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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Microsoft Excel 2010 Expert Topics
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class focuses on some intermediate and advanced features of the spreadsheet program Microsoft Excel. Topics include: working with pivot tables, analyzing and organizing data, working with the web and external data, working with macros, customizing excel, and other advanced topics and common functions.

Prerequisites:Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft Excel 2010 Core Topics 1 and Microsoft Excel 2010 Core Topics 2 courses or equivalent introductory courses in the appropriate subject.

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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class introduces the user to the basics of the presentation application Microsoft PowerPoint. Topics include: The fundamentals and new features of PowerPoint 2010, getting started with presentations, inserting and editing text, formatting text, viewing a presentation, formatting a presentation, working with objects and working with tables.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Core Topics 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class covers introductory and intermediate topics of the presentation application Microsoft PowerPoint. Topics include: working with charts and SmartArt, applying transition and animation effects, working with multimedia, finalizing a presentation, delivering a presentation, using collaboration and distribution tools, customizing PowerPoint, and other presentation topics of interest.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of a Microsoft PowerPoint Core Topics 1 course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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Microsoft Word 2010 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class introduces the user to the basics of the word processor application Microsoft Word. Topics include: the fundamentals and new features of word 2010, getting started with documents, working with and editing text, formatting characters and paragraphs, formatting the page, working with themes and styles, working with shapes and pictures, and working with Wordart, SmartArt, and charts.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft Word 2010 Core Topics 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class covers introductory and intermediate topics of the word processor application Microsoft Word. Topics include: working with tables, working with mailings, using collaborative editing tools, working with outlines, long documents, and references, working with WordArt, SmartArt, and Charts, collaborating with other programs, working with templates, working with forms, customizing word, and touching on a few word 2010 advanced topics of interest.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft Word 2010 Core Topics 1 course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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Microsoft Outlook 2010 Core Topics 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class introduces the user to the basics of the email and information management program Microsoft Outlook. Topics include: the fundamentals and new features of outlook 2010, composing and sending email, receiving email, more email features, working with contacts, using the calendar, collaborating with other users, working with tasks, using the journal and notes, organizing and finding information, automating commands, managing outlook data, customizing Outlook, and touching on a few advanced topics of interest.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Basics
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: The class focuses on the basic features of Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Topics include: the fundamentals of SharePoint 2010, managing lists, working with lists, working with libraries, working with blogs, wikis, and workspaces, using SharePoint with office, and managing sites.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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Expert Courses
Microsoft Access 2007 Expert Topics
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class focuses on such topics as creating macros, using macros, using switchboards, collecting data via email, exporting data, database security and creating custom toolbars.

Prerequisites: Microsoft Access Core Topics 1 & 2 classes, an introductory level Microsoft Access course, or background in Access including knowledge in creating basic tables, forms, reports, and setting up relationships.

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Microsoft Excel 2007 Expert Topics
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class focuses on some intermediate and advanced features of the spreadsheet program Microsoft Excel. Topics include: working with pivot tables, analyzing and organizing data, working with the web and external data, working with macros, and other advanced topics.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft Excel 2007 Core Topics 1 and Microsoft Excel 2007 Core Topics 2 courses or equivalent introductory courses in the appropriate subject.

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Web Development Site Courses
Directory Update System **
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This course provides the user with a basic introduction to updating the department's directory information for publication in the printed phonebook and in the online directory search. You must be an authorized user of the system to take this course.

Prerequisites: Experience with UM's web development site.

Note: ** This system is not available to all UM employees and departments. To determine if your department uses the Web Development Site or whether or not you are an authorized user, please contact the Web Development Group at (305) 284-3071.

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Specialty Courses
Windows 7
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: Designed for stability, security, and usability, Windows 7 offers a wide array of new features and enhancements that make the overall user experience much more enjoyable than previous versions. New features such as Jump Lists and Aero™ Snap, a streamlined taskbar and Start menu make Windows 7 a faster and more reliable operating system. In addition, the Library and Gadgets enhancements help maximize productivity, making Windows 7 a great tool, at home and in the office.

Prerequisites: Basic mouse skills, double clicking, clicking and dragging, and using toolbars.

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Introduction to SPSS
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class introduces the user to a statistical application. Users will learn how to input data, move data from one program to another, data selection, and data manipulation.

Prerequisites: Basic mouse skills, double clicking, clicking and dragging, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience.

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uSurvey (formerly mrInterview)
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: SPSS's "uSurvey" program is designed to develop web-based surveys. This course covers the procedures needed to create a simple interview, get it to respondents, and analyze the responses.

Prerequisites: Basic mouse skills, double clicking, clicking and dragging, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience.

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Introduction to ListServ
Duration: One Half-Day Sessions

Description: This class will discuss the concept of electronic mailing lists and the server-based program known as a list server that manages them. The computer lab setting will give the user practical hands-on experience with actual lists and how they are used and maintained using mail commands and a web-based interface. LISTSERV?, the main list server for the University, will be used.

Prerequisites: Basic mouse skills, double clicking, clicking and dragging, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience.

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Adobe Acrobat 9.0 Level 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This course introduces the user to Adobe Acrobat, an application that converts word processor documents into a Portable Document Format (PDF) file type. Topics include: creating and viewing PDF files, adding navigation features, and working with security features.

Prerequisites: Basic mouse skills, double clicking, clicking and dragging, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience.

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Adobe InDesign CS5 Level 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This course introduces the user to the basics of the desktop publishing program Adobe InDesign CS5. Topics include: InDesign Interface, Working with Master Pages, Using Tools, Inserting Page Numbering, and Placing Images and Text.

Prerequisites: Basic mouse skills, double clicking, clicking and dragging, using toolbars, basic knowledge of scanners and digital camera interfacing with computers, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience.

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Adobe Photoshop CS5 Level 1
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This course introduces the user to the basics of the photo editing program Adobe Photoshop CS5. Topics include: Photoshop Interface, Using Tools, Creating Custom Brushes, Photo Editing and Color Corrections, and a brief overview of Adobe Photoshop's web-based tool ImageReady.

Prerequisites: Basic mouse skills, double clicking, clicking and dragging, using toolbars, basic knowledge of scanners and digital camera interfacing with computers, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience.

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Adobe Photoshop CS5 Level 2
Duration: Two Half-Day Sessions

Description: This course introduces the user to advanced photo-editing techniques using Adobe Photoshop CS5. Topics include: working with layer and clipping masks, warping images, and creating actions and batch processes.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of a CS5 Level 1 course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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SoftChalk Lesson Builder
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class covers introductory topics of the SoftChalk Lesson Builder program. Topics include: creating a functional eLearning lesson, formatting, inserting interactive quiz questions and media.

Prerequisites: Basic mouse skills, double clicking, clicking and dragging, using toolbars, basic knowledge of scanners and digital camera interfacing with computers, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience.

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Computer Basics
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class is tailored for users with limited computer experience and those confused concerning the parts that make up the computer and how they work. The session identifies the different parts of the computer and its peripherals and how they work, then moves on to using basic computer software programs and navigating the Internet. If it is computer-related and confusing, it is covered here.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience), and a web browser.

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Giving Presentations
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class teaches you how to create presentations that command attention and make your message heard. It begins with the basics of planning and preparing a presentation, then moves on to show how visual aids are used to accompany your message, and lastly, show how to design pleasing slides. Topics include: the power of presentations, preparing a presentation, using visual aids, delivery, designing slides, and working with Microsoft PowerPoint.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Core Topics 1 and Microsoft PowerPoint Core Topics 2 courses or any equivalent introductory courses in the appropriate subject.

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Business Writing for Technical Staff
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class introduces the technical staff user to Business Writing. Topics include: The fundamentals of business writing, exploring the importance of keeping the audience in mind when composing writing, using written communication to inform, persuade and inspire others using your own ideas and words, and becoming better at analyzing and improving your own written communication.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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PREZI
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class covers introductory topics of the powerful presentation tool, PREZI software. Topics include: The fundamentals of PREZI, establishing a free online account, using different features such as adding text, frames and creating paths, creating your own PREZI Presentation Project template, transferring a PowerPoint file into a PREZI template, and sharing your PREZI presentation with your audience.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills plus completion of a Microsoft PowerPoint Core Topics 1 course or an equivalent introductory course in the appropriate subject.

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Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2010
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: In this course you will learn how to access and work with your Exchange e-mail over a browser. It begins with the basic fundamentals and then moving on to more advanced topics such as keeping track of important contacts, appointments, and tasks, creating rules, inserting signatures, turning on automatic replies, and other features and functions of interest that will allow individuals of any level learn exactly what they need to know to effectively use the Microsoft Outlook Web App.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience), basic skills using Microsoft Outlook email program and a web browser.

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Report Distribution System Courses
EOS Thin Client Training
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class teaches how to access the Report Distribution System (RDS) using the EOS Thin Client version. Topics includes signing up for EOS Thin Client, accessing the RDS website, changing and resetting your password, login in to EOS Thin Client, accessing, customizing and navigating in the report list, creating private filters, restoring archived reports, viewing and searching for information in the report, printing reports using pc print, emailing reports, downloading and transforming reports.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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RDS Web Training
Duration: One Half-Day Session

Description: This class teaches how to access the Report Distribution System (RDS) using the RDS Web version. Topics includes signing up for RDS, accessing the RDS website, changing and resetting your password, login in to RDS, accessing and navigating in the report list, using the report filter, restoring archived reports, viewing and finding information in the report, printing reports using local printing.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills (knowledge of basic mouse skills, double clicking, using toolbars, and Windows XP/Vista/7 experience).

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