Microsoft Office training is available in versions 2003, 2007 and 2010 except where noted otherwise.
How Much Do Your Employees Know?
Did you know that statistics show most people use only 10% of the features in the various Microsoft Office programs? Now that is alot of lost productivity!
The right training can close the gaps that exist in knowledge and make for a much more productive workforce.
Classes and associated workbooks can be customized to meet the specific training deficits.
Excel makes data management so much easier. Automate calculations with formulas, make sense out of mass data with PivotTables, extract just what you are looking for with Filters, create charts to visually depict data and the list of benefits just goes on and on!
Outlook is much more than send and receive. It is a powerful productivity tool filled with features to organize your work. For example, the calendar can do more than just post an appointment. Use the calendar to organize your next big meeting. Track which people have responded to your meeting request. Find out the common dates that all people are available for your planned meeting. Have you used the Voting feature? It’s great to survey employees and then aggregate the results in one central document. The features are just too numerous to list in this small post. I could go on but I think you get the idea.
Stop shooting PowerPoint bullets at your audience. Master the features within this powerful presentation tool to deliver a presentation that your audience will long remember. Students must first learn the features PowerPoint and then learn how to use those features to design effective slides. A separate course in “Effective Slide Design” is available for those know how to use PowerPoint at a basic level.
Professionally designed documents reflect on you and/or your company. There are many features in Word that can assist you in creating polished and stunning documents that look like a designer created them for you. Aesthetics aren’t the only part of document creation. Documents do need to be designed for efficiency as well. In addition, there are also security issues to keep in mind when sending documents. There is much to learn about Microsoft Word. Training can close the gaps in knowledge.
Windows 7 and XP
The operating system of your computer allows you to organize and manage the contents of your computer. It is a crucial part to data management. In addition, a user needs to know how to change common hardware settings and troubleshoot.
Do you have employees who are new to computers? This is the place for your employees to start. Users will learn hardware and software basics. This course can also be customized to meet the needs of those who are not quite so basic in their knowledge.
Online or Onsite Training – it’s all instructor-led and hands on!
Attending online is a major time saver not to mention the dollar savings. All training is hands-on and instructor-led. It’s all very easy. Attendees register online and they will receive a login link to access their online class. Classes can be customized to meet the needs of your group. Night online class options are available too. In fact, there are many options to meet your specific training needs. Email or phone to discuss your specific needs. Group rates are available. Email Train@MOSTraining.com or phone at 205.661.9973.
Online training means no geographic boundaries. Just look at the benefits…
- Training that fits the team’s schedule.
- Productive use of employee’s time.
- Employees can attend from the convenience of their own desk.
Onsite training at your facility
Would you rather have training at your facility? That’s fine too. You provide the equipment and we will provide the instructor and the courseware. If your facility does not have computer equipment, MOSTraining can provide laptops for up to 12 people for Microsoft Office versions 2003 and 2007.
People rave about the courseware. MOSTraining uses CustomGuide courseware. It is exceptional, visually illustrated and easy to understand. We even include practice files so students can go back and practice what they have learned. Click the image below for a sample look into one of the workbooks.
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