Microsoft Word and Excel 2010 Essentials | Toronto | Saturdays
Learn the basics of Microsoft Word and Excel 2010. MS Word topics include the Save As command, opening and editing a document, searching in a document, moving and copying text, and basic character and paragraph formatting. MS Excel topics include navigating the Excel screen, worksheets, tabs, formatting labels and values, simple formulas and functions, creating basic charts and more.
What will I learn?
In Microsoft Word learn the basics of entering text, the File, Save As command, opening and editing a document, scrolling in a document, searching in a document, AutoCorrect, selecting text, moving and copying text, basic character and paragraph formatting. Particular attention is paid to three essential skills— using tabs, tables and mail merging.
In Microsoft Excel, start with the basics, including elements of Excel screen, simple formulas, (Sales-Expenses=profit), operators: + - = / *, working with workbooks, worksheets, tabs, moving/copying worksheets, formatting labels and values, AutoFormat; basic functions (SUM, AVG, MIN, MAX, NOW), printing, calculating percentages, and basic charts.
Is this for me?
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Windows.
Registration and information
For more information, download course fact sheet or call 416-658-3101 x216.
Where and when
Toronto Central - Saturdays
Saturdays | 9:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. (4 weeks, 20 Hours)
Registration continues up to the second day of class.
791 St. Clair Avenue West
Career Skills @ Skills for Change
Career Skills courses are open to everyone and are an excellent way to build your knowledge of the software that is relevant to the workplace today. We specialize in intensive, instructor-led training. Courses are structured to encourage beginners and professionals to start at the level that matches their skills and to lead them progressively to more advanced topics. Class sizes are small to ensure direct interaction with the instructor.
Registrar: Sabra Ali
Career Skills is a program of Skills for Change