In this course you will discover how to bring together content from multiple sources that you can customize within Acrobat Pro 9. - Learn how to add security to your PDF files and create user-interactive forms. - Learn how to modify text, add bookmarks and add navigation to guide your users. Video Length: 175 Minutes
This course is the beginning track for certification. It is designed for the beginning C# programmer although there are topics of an advanced nature. The topics discussed within this curriculum focus primarily on C# code and not interface design or true event-based programming. Learn C# code C# Certifcation Video Length: 557 Minutes
This course introduces students to the major new features and enhancements in Windows 7. Students will learn how to customize the Windows 7 environment, manage content by using libraries and Windows Explorer, search for content, interact with devices, and learn various Keyboard Shortcuts. - Learn how to customize the Windows 7 environment, manage content by using libraries and Windows Explorer, search for content, interact with devices, and learn various Keyboard Shortcuts. Prerequisites: Basic computer skills Video Length: 89 Minutes
This course familiarizes the student with techniques to properly create and normalize a relational database. This single course can help prevent the new database developer from creating mistakes that add hours and days to a development project. Learn how to help prevent the new database developer from creating mistakes that add hours and days to a development project. Learn to properly create and normalize a relational database Video Length: 95 Minutes
This course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of Excel. Specifically you will understand how to create, save, enter data and print spreadsheets in addition to learning how to create formulas and use functions to calculate in Excel. You will learn how to format spreadsheets, manipulate columns and rows, add headers and footers and use page setup options to prepare them for printing. You will also learn how to handle large worksheets or multiple workbooks). Instructor: Pam Conway Prerequisites: Basic Computer Experience Video Length: 230 Minutes
This course delves into a variety of topics beyond the basics. You will learn how to use a wide range of financial, logical, text, and statistical functions; analyze data with the scenario manager; apply conditional formatting; and use the new Sparkline feature. Database management, PivotTables, PivotCharts and Slicers are covered in detail, as well as importing and exporting Excel data between applications. Instructor: Lisa Miles Prerequisites: Excel 2010 Intermediate or Equivalent Experience Video Length: 186 Minutes
In this course students will learn how to subscribe to RSS news feeds and use the Outlook Social Connector to stay current with colleagues. Students will also learn how to manage their mailboxes and archive their mail, create and work with notes and Journal entries, share Outlook calendars and contacts, create e-mail templates, and use mail merge to send personalized messages to groups of contacts. - Learn how to subscribe to RSS news feeds and use the Outlook Social Connector to stay current with colleagues - Learn how to manage their mailboxes and archive their mail, create and work with notes and Journal entries, share Outlook calendars and contacts, create e-mail templates, and use mail merge to send personalized messages to groups of contacts. Prerequisites: Outlook 2010 Introduction or Equivalent Experience Video Length: 248 Minutes
In this course students will create and use forms and create master documents that include a table of contents and a table of figures. They will also create macros, customize the ribbon and Quick Access toolbar, and work with XML documents. They will work with pictures, the drawing tool, insert diagrams and SmartArt, and work with list. - Learn to create and use forms and create master documents that include a table of contents and a table of figures. - Create macros, customize the ribbon and Quick Access toolbar, and work with XML documents. - Learn to work with pictures, the drawing tool, insert diagrams and SmartArt, and work with list. Prerequisites: Word 2010 Intermediate or Equivalent Experience Video Length: 206 Minutes
Learn how to use Business Contact Manager and you will be able to link contacts, notes, meetings, documents, and emails and view them from a central point within the program. Business Contact Manager integrates with Outlook to create a beefed up contact management system.
This course is designed for beginners and intermediate Adobe® Captivate® 5 users who want to create software demonstrations and interactive simulations. Students will learn how to explore the Adobe Captivate 5 environment; create, update, publish and organize projects; record and modify audio; and add quizzes.
This class builds on the skills and concepts taught in Word 2007: Basic. Students will work with styles, sections, and columns. They will format tables, print labels and envelopes, and work with graphics. They will also use document templates, manage document revisions, and work with Web features. - Learn to work with styles, sections, and columns. Learn to format tables, print labels and envelopes, and work with graphics. - Learn to document templates, manage document revisions, and work with Web features. Prerequisites: Word 2007 Introduction or Equivalent Video Length: 169 Minutes
Windows 8 represents the biggest change in the Windows operating system since Windows 95. On the plus side, it’s faster, prettier, and very easy to operate for most tasks. On the minus side, the familiar Start button and Control Panel are gone (or hidden) and users must learn a whole new way of navigating through the Windows environment. Do the benefits outweigh the concerns? Take our Windows 8 course to learn more about this brand new version of Windows and how you can use it most effectively, including: Navigating and Customizing the Start Pane Finding the hidden Control Panel to tweak settings Using the mouse or touch-screen to navigate between programs How to troubleshoot program and printer issues Tips and Tweaks on over 50 new Windows features!
Excel Everest: Interactive, Comprehensive Excel Training Excel Everest is an entirely different way to learn Excel. No, really. The whole Excel Everest experience takes place inside a giant interactive Excel workbook (called Excel Everest) that brings users step-by-step through 41+ business-critical topics, 160+ interactive, auto-graded exercises, and there's a scoreboard to measure progress along the way. Oh, and what Excel training would be complete without a dancing bear? (click "the fun button" once you're in Excel Everest). If helpful, watch a video overview of Excel Everest. Who is Excel Everest for? Your orgnization or employees may be a fit for Excel Everest if: You need a comprehensive Excel training that covers all the essential business Excel skills, and with unlimited access and upgrades. You need a training that covers all of your versioning needs, on both Mac & PC, including for Excel 2003, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2016 You realize that the best way to learn a complicated program like Excel is not by watching videos, but by going through exercises right there in an Excel document. You'd like to use the same Excel training for your organization that companies like Google and Eventbrite use for their employees. You want accountability, and a way to measure not if someone has watched a video, but if someone has completed the skill right there in Excel. What is the concept behind Excel Everest? The entire concept behind Excel Everest is that you can learn by doing. As you go through this course, you'll be guided on how to download the Excel Everest workbook. When you open it up, you'll see an index page with a set of 21 buttons that link you to the various areas of the workbook. And in each topic area, you'll: Learn why a specific concept is important, especially for being successful in a corporation Grasp the details on the topic through written explanations Go through a set of interactive Excersies that are categorized according to difficulty (easy, medium, and hard) Best of all, as you complete these exercises, they're graded, so you can easily keep track of your progress through the course, see which topics you've made the most progress on, and earn badgeds for certain milestones. What are the outcomes you should expect? As a user, if you go through Excel Everest, you'll be able to go from knowing nothing (for those who need it, we cover the absolute basics), to a deep understanding of all of the business critical aspects of Excel. In no time, you'll have your colleagues asking you to teach them how to do a VLookup or set up a Pivot Table on their behalf. As a training manager, you'll finally have a training system that provides interactivity, accountability, and a bit of fun along the way. Even small Excel errors can cost organizations an enormous amount of time, and even worse, inaccurate data can get reported up the chain and used for key business decisions. If you have limited training dollars to spend, you should put them toward Excel. An error in PowerPoint or Word doesn't result in catestrophic business outcomes. Excel Everest will help train on what matters most.
In this course, students will get started with PowerPoint 2016 and become familiar with the Ribbon, interface, and navigation options. Additionally, students will create a presentation and work with various features and commands to make it easier to work in PowerPoint. Students will also review presentation editing options, text formatting options, various graphic options and insertion methods, how to add, edit, and format tables and charts in a presentation, and various presentation preparation and delivery options. Number of Videos: 44 Length: 312
In this course, students will learn the various collaboration tools in Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 such as reusing slides, creating slides from Word, and working with Excel. Students will learn to utilize the power of Slide Masters, create custom themes, and design custom templates. In addition, students will learn to create exciting presentations by animating text and objects, add slide transitions, and use advanced graphic features including SmartArt, and audio and video. Finally, students will present like a pro by using advanced presentation features including annotations, hyperlinks and action buttons, timings, recordings, and creating videos, and review additional advanced slideshow options. Number of Videos: 44 Length 351
In this course, students will learn the various collaboration tools in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, work with Slide Masters, custom themes, and templates, work with animations and transitions, use advanced graphic features, work with advanced presentation features, and review advanced slideshow options. Number of Videos: 63 Length 253
This course is designed to teach students the basics of Microsoft Outlook 2016 and help them gain familiarity with the Outlook environment and basic functionality. Students will learn the basics of email, how to use the Help feature, how to create and send messages, and how to work with attachments. Students will also learn organizational techniques through the use of folders, views, categories, flags, and searching. Additionally, students will review printing options, automatic replies, contact creation and management, calendar use and management, task and note creation and management, message options, and email signatures. Number of Videos: 49 Length: 359
In this course, students will expand upon their existing knowledge and learn and use advanced features of Microsoft Outlook 2016. Students will modify and manage message options, track and delivery options, voting options, contact options, calendar options, and other advanced Outlook features. Students will also review advanced calendar and task usage, rules and automation, cleanup commands, sharing options, advanced graphic options, junk mail options, import and export features, and how to back up their Outlook data. Number of Videos: 36 Length: 247
This course is designed to teach students the basics of Microsoft Outlook 2013 and help them gain familiarity with the Outlook environment and basic functionality. Students will learn the basics of email, how to use the Help feature, how to create and send messages, and how to work with attachments. Students will also learn organizational techniques through the use of folders, views, categories, flags, and searching. Additionally, students will review printing options, automatic replies, contact creation and management, calendar use and management, task and note creation and management, message options, and email signatures. Number of Videos: 55 Length 116
In this course, students will expand upon their existing knowledge and learn and use advanced features of Microsoft Outlook 2013. Students will modify and manage message options, track and delivery options, voting options, contact options, calendar options, and other advanced Outlook features. Students will also review advanced calendar and task usage, rules and automation, cleanup commands, sharing options, advanced graphic options, junk mail options, import and export features, and how to back up their Outlook data. Number of Videos: 34 Length: 110
This course is designed to familiarize users with the general navigation and functionality of OneNote 2013. Students will work with adding content to OneNote Notebooks, reviewing how to use OneNote collaboratively, using OneNote with other applications, and managing notebooks and their content. Number of Videos: 33 Length: 130
This course is designed to give an overview of Office 365 features, functionality, and navigation of the online environment. Microsoft Office 365 is a productivity suite that allows a user to access many of the Office tools and features online from any device with an Internet connection. It helps facilitate sharing and collaboration. Learn to sign into Office 365 from anywhere, and navigate the Office 365 environment. Learn to customize the environment to your specifications and download the Office apps to your mobile device. Number of Videos: 6 Length: 20
This course will instruct students on the new features that have rolled out in Microsoft Office 2016. Students will review the common changes across the suite of products such as Tell Me, ink equations, new chart types, version history, and themes and review individual feature enhancements in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Number of Videos: 27 Length: 80
Many of us work with Microsoft Office applications every day. When a new suite is released, we don't need training on the full programs. Often we only need a review of what is new, different, exciting, and how we can apply these new tools to our work. This course does just that; it reviews the changes in the Office 2013 applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. It also reviews changes appearing across all applications that are not unique to one product. Number of Videos: 35 Length: 180
In this course, students will gain familiarity with the features and functionality of Yammer in Office 365. Students will overview the interface and features, navigate Yammer, edit a profile, work with and manage conversations, work with groups, and connect to an external network. Additionally, students will work with and manage messages, chat using Online Now, search Yammer, create polls, give praise, and make announcements. Number of Videos: 14 Length: 79
Video is an app included in Microsoft Office 365 which allows a user to upload, share, stream, and play videos. In this course, students will gain a comprehensive overview of Video, including how to navigate in the app and how to watch videos. They will also learn how to search for videos, as well as use channels as a way to organize and share videos. In addition, students will learn how to edit channel settings, share videos with others, and edit permissions in Office 365 Video. Number of Videos: 9 Length: 31
Teams is a chat-based workspace that keeps a team’s important communication and files in one place. It works with Office 365 and features threaded chats to help everyone converse and collaborate more effectively. Students will learn to create teams, add users, manage a team, start a team conversations, reply to a conversation, and add files. In addition, students will explore channels, create new channels, add favorites, create and share files, work with meetings, schedule team meetings, integrate with SharePoint, add tabs to keep files, notes and apps available, and connectors to access content and get updates. Number of Videos: 11 Length 51
Sway for Office 365 makes it easy to create and share interactive reports, personal stories, presentations, and more. In this course, learn to create a project, add text and media, customize your presentation, use stack and group cards, and share your presentation. Number of Videos: 11 Length: 40
This course is an introduction to Office 365 Sites. Upon completion of this course, users will have a basic understanding of Sharepoint Sites and Sites structure, navigation, libraries, searching, newsfeeds, views, permissions, and organization. Students will learn the differences of Libraries and Lists and how to create different kinds of Libraries and Lists, add files to Libraries, add items to Lists, learn to use the Newsfeed to keep abreast of action on the site, and create and customize Views. In addition, students will explore Site and content organization, understand navigation of sites, search for content, and learn the basics of Permissions. Number of Videos: 27 Length: 130
In this Office 365 course, students will gain familiarity with the features and functionality of Planner. Planner is a new addition to the Office 365 suite of productivity tools that makes it easy for a team to create new plans, organize and assign tasks, share files, chat, and get updates on progress. Students will take a tour of Planner, create new plans, use Boards and Buckets, create and assign tasks, add members, use notifications.
OneNote Online, part of the Office 365 suite of apps, is a is a free-form note-taking application for everything from basic notes to drawings, links, and embedded files. A OneNote notebook contains pages and sections, similar to a multi-subject notebook. All work is autosaved, and therefore there is no need to save in OneNote. Students learn to navigate and create notebooks and will work with adding content such as text, images, web content, tables, embedded objects, and more to OneNote Online notebooks. Additionally, students will learn to share and print OneNote Online notebooks. Number of Videos: 11 Length: 55