Computer Courses

For almost any career today and into the foreseeable future, competent knowledge and the skillful usage of common productivity platforms such as the Microsoft Office Suite, is currently, and will remain to be absolutely essential. There can no better alternative to “setting yourself apart from the pack” than a good command of a wide range of productivity programs. Training in computer skills is something everyone could use more of and is one of the key skills sought in all employment. Train yourself or your employees on how to harness the power of the entire Microsoft Office Suite or Windows. Learn how to create pivot tables, excel formulas, how to create powerful presentations, databases, projects, mail merge, converge, share and more. Our courses are designed from a beginner level to an advanced level and we supply all the practice files you need for learning. Look for our special Course Bundles, the most economical way to eLearn. Your last experience of formal training in computer skills might have been years ago, and updated programs are now light-years ahead of what you learned back then!

easytolearn is globally promoted and in order to keep costs as low as possible, we use a single currency, United States Dollars $USD, in all global regions. The exchange rate to $USD at the time of purchase must be factored at the purchasers end as this rate to your “home” currency changes daily. All purchased courses and modules are accessible 24/7 for 12 months from date of purchase. You can print out the blank course, or you can print after you have entered your responses. New titles are frequently being released, and we update your subscription with all new releases as they occur at no extra charge.
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Features:

  • 684 modules/courses (not all listed here. Follow links to see full range)
  • Accessible on any internet connected device – smart phone, tablet, laptop etc
  • SCORM compliant for a thorough interactive experience
  • We use HTML5 for seamless access and compatibility
  • Each module has a “Pre-Test” and a “Post-Test” to gauge effective understanding
  • Each computer module has inbuilt exercises on the real software platform
  • Each module has any necessary Glossary of Terms
  • Each module has Bibliography and recommended reading references
  • You “pick up” where you “left off” on every module
  • You can view a range of progress reports and print or email them
  • Tutors can be contacted by email direct from the platform
  • Each course or module has an inbuilt “Certificate of Training” printable upon completion. We are working to update it’s look. In the meantime, …
  • “Completion Certificates” like shown here can be requested to be forwarded after ALL modules in a “Course Bundle” are finalised. (see Access explanation below)
  • Certificates are only issued based upon tutors review of the completion of all pages in all modules, and all modules in the “Course Bundle”
  • Certificates as a PDF are emailed and represent a colorful acknowledgement ready for laminating and framing.

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Access
  • Access 2010 Foundation – Creating a Database
  • Access 2010 Foundation – Doing More with your Database
  • Access 2010 Foundation – Getting Started
  • Access 2010 Foundation – The New Interface
  • Access 2010 Intermediate – Advanced File Tasks
  • Access 2010 Intermediate – Working with Forms
  • Access 2010 Intermediate – Working with Queries
  • Access 2010 Intermediate – Working with Reports
  • Access 2010 Intermediate – Working with Tables

This is a single module, “Working with Forms” of the Access 2010 Intermediate Course. Certificates are not granted on completion of any single module or topic in the computer range.

 

  • Access 2010 Advanced – Advanced Data Management
  • Access 2010 Advanced – Advanced Form Tasks
  • Access 2010 Advanced – Advanced Topics
  • Access 2010 Advanced – Macros and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
  • Access 2010 Advanced – Pivoting Data

These 5 modules together represent “a Course Bundle” for Access 2010 Advanced. Certificates are only granted on completion of each single module in the Course Bundle thereby completing “the Course”. You then need to complete the Certificate request form naming each of the modules you have completed and the name of the Course. Your Certificate of Completion will be sent to you by mail once verified by a tutor.

 

  • Access 2013_100_The Basics
  • Access 2013_101_Your First Database
  • Access 2013_102_Working with Tables and Records
  • Access 2013_103_Formatting Tables
  • Access 2013_104_Creating Forms
  • Access 2013_105_Formatting Forms
  • Access 2013_106_Creating Reports
  • Access 2013_107_Formatting Reports
  • Access 2013_108_Creating Basic Queries
  • Access 2013_109_Creating Advanced Queries
  • Access 2013_110_Managing Your Database
  • Access 2013_111_Customizing the Interface
Business
  • Business Contact Manager 2010 – Customizing Business Contact Manager
  • Business Contact Manager 2010 – Doing More with Business Contact Manager
  • Business Contact Manager 2010 – Getting Started with Business Contact Manager
  • Business Contact Manager 2010 – Managing Business Contact Manager Data
  • Business Contact Manager 2010 – Marketing with Business Contact Manager
  • Business Contact Manager 2010 – Using Business Contact Manager
Excel
  • Excel 2010 Foundation – Editing your Workbook
  • Excel 2010 Foundation – Excel Basics
  • Excel 2010 Foundation – Getting Started
  • Excel 2010 Foundation – Printing and Viewing your Workbook
  • Excel 2010 Foundation – The Excel Interface
  • Excel 2010 Intermediate – Adding the Finishing Touches
  • Excel 2010 Intermediate – Advanced File Tasks
  • Excel 2010 Intermediate – Managing Tables
  • Excel 2010 Intermediate – Showing Data as a Graphic
  • Excel 2010 Intermediate – Working with Functions and Formulas
  • Excel 2010 Advanced – Advanced Excel Tasks
  • Excel 2010 Advanced – Charting Pivoted Data
  • Excel 2010 Advanced – Getting the Most from Your Data
  • Excel 2010 Advanced – Macros, Visual Basic, and Excel Programming
  • Excel 2010 Advanced – Pivoting Data
  • Excel 2013_100_The Basics
  • Excel 2013_101_Your First Workbook
  • Excel 2013_102_Working with Data
  • Excel 2013_103_Using Basic Excel Tools
  • Excel 2013_104_Using Timesaving Tools
  • Excel 2013_105_Formatting Text
  • Excel 2013_106_Formatting Data
  • Excel 2013_107_Formatting the Workbook
  • Excel 2013_108_Inserting Art and Objects
  • Excel 2013_109_Charting Data
  • Excel 2013_110_Viewing, Printing, and Sharing Your Workbook
  • Excel 2013_111_Customizing the Interface
InfoPath
  • InfoPath 2010 Foundation – Command Tab Overview
  • InfoPath 2010 Foundation – Creating a Basic Form
  • InfoPath 2010 Foundation – Doing More with Your Form
  • InfoPath 2010 Foundation – Publishing and Printing Your Form
  • InfoPath 2010 Foundation – Starting Out
  • InfoPath 2010 Foundation – Understanding and Customizing the InfoPath Designer Interface
  • InfoPath 2010 Intermediate – Adding Objects to a Form
  • InfoPath 2010 Intermediate – Creating Advanced Form Parts
  • InfoPath 2010 Intermediate – Linking Your Form to Data
  • InfoPath 2010 Intermediate – Managing InfoPath Designer Files
  • InfoPath 2010 Advanced – Coding with InfoPath
  • InfoPath 2010 Advanced – Creating Forms Using Advanced Templates
  • InfoPath 2010 Advanced – Using InfoPath Designer with SharePoint Server 2010
  • InfoPath 2010 Advanced – Using Rules with Your Form
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Customizing the Interface
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Finishing the Form
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Formatting Text
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Inserting Controls
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Managing Data
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Publishing the Form
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – The Basics
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Using Rules to Validate Data
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Validating Data
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Working with Tables
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Working with Views
  • InfoPath Designer 2013 – Your First Form
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Completing a Form
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Customizing the Interface
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Customizing Your Office Account
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Exporting the Form
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Formatting Text, Part One
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Formatting Text, Part Two
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Inserting Objects
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Submitting the Form
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – The Basics
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Using Advanced Controls, Part One
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Using Advanced Controls, Part Two
  • InfoPath Filler 2013 – Working with Text
Microsoft
  • Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Advanced
  • Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Foundation
  • Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Intermediate
  • Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 Advanced
  • Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 Intermediate
  • Microsoft Office Word 2010 Foundation
  • Microsoft Office Word 2010 Intermediate
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Advanced
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Expert
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Foundation
OneNote
  • OneNote 2010 Foundation – Creating Notes
  • OneNote 2010 Foundation – Managing Notebooks
  • OneNote 2010 Foundation – Overview of OneNote’s Command Tabs
  • OneNote 2010 Foundation – Searching, Viewing, and Printing Your Notebook
  • OneNote 2010 Foundation – Starting Out
  • OneNote 2010 Foundation – Understanding and Customizing the OneNote Interface
  • OneNote 2010 Intermediate – Adding Shapes and Images to Notes
  • OneNote 2010 Intermediate – Customizing OneNote Pages
  • OneNote 2010 Intermediate – Managing OneNote Files
  • OneNote 2010 Intermediate – Researching and Organizing Information
  • OneNote 2010 Intermediate – Using Tables in OneNote
  • OneNote 2010 Intermediate – Using Tags in OneNote
  • OneNote 2010 Advanced – Advanced Topics
  • OneNote 2010 Advanced – Customizing OneNote
  • OneNote 2010 Advanced – Integration with OneNote
  • OneNote 2010 Advanced – Sharing and Synchronizing OneNote
  • OneNote 2010 Advanced – Working with Handwritten Text
  • OneNote 2013_100_ The Basics
  • OneNote 2013_101_ Your First Notebook
  • OneNote 2013_102_ Formatting Text
  • OneNote 2013_103_ Using the Send To OneNote Tool
  • OneNote 2013_104_ Using Basic Note Tools
  • OneNote 2013_105_ Using Advanced Note Tools
  • OneNote 2013_106_ Using Editing Tools
  • OneNote 2013_107_ Using Tags
  • OneNote 2013_108_ Using Quick Notes and Docked Notes
  • OneNote 2013_109_ Sharing Your Notebook
  • OneNote 2013_110_ Saving and Printing Your Notebook
  • OneNote 2013_111_ Customizing the Interface
Outlook
  • Outlook 2010 Foundation – Information Management
  • Outlook 2010 Foundation – Sending E-Mail
  • Outlook 2010 Foundation – Starting Out
  • Outlook 2010 Foundation – Tab Overview (Mail Interface)
  • Outlook 2010 Foundation – Tab Overview (Outlook Item Interface)
  • Outlook 2010 Foundation – Understanding and Customizing the Outlook Interface
  • Outlook 2010 Intermediate – A Word Primer
  • Outlook 2010 Intermediate – Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Outlook 2010 Intermediate – Organizing Your E-mail, Part One
  • Outlook 2010 Intermediate – Organizing Your E-mail, Part Two
  • Outlook 2010 Intermediate – Understanding E-Mail Accounts
  • Outlook 2010 Advanced – Advanced E-Mail Features
  • Outlook 2010 Advanced – Advanced Information Management Tools
  • Outlook 2010 Advanced – Advanced Topics
  • Outlook 2010 Advanced – Data Management
  • Outlook 2010 Advanced – Outlook Security
  • Outlook 2013_100_ The Basics
  • Outlook 2013_101_ Working with E-Mail Messages
  • Outlook 2013_102_ Creating Messages
  • Outlook 2013_103_ Working with the Calendar
  • Outlook 2013_104_ Working with Tasks
  • Outlook 2013_105_ Working with Notes
  • Outlook 2013_106_ Working with People
  • Outlook 2013_107_ Using Social Networks
  • Outlook 2013_108_ Getting Organized
  • Outlook 2013_109_ Using Conversations
  • Outlook 2013_110_ Using Quick Steps
  • Outlook 2013_111_ Customizing the Interface
PowerPoint
  • PowerPoint 2010 Foundation – Starting Out
  • PowerPoint 2010 Foundation – Creating Presentations
  • PowerPoint 2010 Foundation – Printing and Viewing Your Presentation
  • PowerPoint 2010 Foundation – Tab Overview, Part One
  • PowerPoint 2010 Foundation – Tab Overview, Part Two
  • PowerPoint 2010 Foundation – Understanding and Customizing the PowerPoint Interface
  • PowerPoint 2010 Intermediate – Adding Art to Your Presentation
  • PowerPoint 2010 Intermediate – Adding Diagrams, Charts and Tables
  • PowerPoint 2010 Intermediate – Adding the Finishing Touches
  • PowerPoint 2010 Intermediate – Managing PowerPoint Files
  • PowerPoint 2010 Intermediate – Working With Pictures
  • PowerPoint 2010 Advanced – Adding Multimedia to a Presentation
  • PowerPoint 2010 Advanced – Creating Advanced Types of Shows
  • PowerPoint 2010 Advanced – Reviewing Presentations
  • PowerPoint 2010 Advanced – Setting Up Slide Masters
  • PowerPoint 2013_100_The Basics
  • PowerPoint 2013_101_Your First Presentation
  • PowerPoint 2013_102_Creating Slides
  • PowerPoint 2013_103_Formatting Text
  • PowerPoint 2013_104_Working with Text
  • PowerPoint 2013_105_Formatting the Presentation
  • PowerPoint 2013_106_Inserting Art and Objects, Part One
  • PowerPoint 2013_107_Inserting Art and Objects, Part Two
  • PowerPoint 2013_108_Advanced Slide Tasks
  • PowerPoint 2013_109_Viewing and Printing Your Presentation
  • PowerPoint 2013_110_Saving and Sharing Your Presentation
  • PowerPoint 2013_111_Customizing the Interface
Project
  • Project 2010 Foundation – Creating a Basic Project
  • Project 2010 Foundation – Getting Started
  • Project 2010 Foundation – Printing and Viewing a Project
  • Project 2010 Foundation – The Project Tabs
  • Project 2010 Foundation – Updating and Polishing Your Project
  • Project 2010 Foundation – Using and Customizing the Project Interface
  • Project 2010 Intermediate – Managing Resources
  • Project 2010 Intermediate – Project Monitoring Tools
  • Project 2010 Intermediate – Working with Project Files
  • Project 2010 Intermediate – Working with Resources
  • Project 2010 Intermediate – Working with Tasks
  • Project 2010 Advanced – Advanced Topics
  • Project 2010 Advanced – Creating Reports
  • Project 2010 Advanced – Formatting Your Project
  • Project 2010 Advanced – Using Marcos
  • Project 2010 Advanced – Working with Multiple Projects
  • Project 2010 Advanced – Working with Project Files
  • Project 2013_100_ The Basics
  • Project 2013_101_ Setting Up a Project
  • Project 2013_102_ Scheduling Work
  • Project 2013_103_ Managing Resources
  • Project 2013_104_ Creating a Timeline
  • Project 2013_105_ Managing Tasks
  • Project 2013_106_ Working with Deadlines and Constraints
  • Project 2013_107_ Working with Data
  • Project 2013_108_ Creating Reports
  • Project 2013_109_ The Finishing Touches
  • Project 2013_110_ Printing and Sharing Your Project
  • Project 2013_111_ Customizing the Interface
Publisher
  • Publisher 2010 Foundation – Advanced Tabs and Customization
  • Publisher 2010 Foundation – Creating Publications
  • Publisher 2010 Foundation – Doing More with Text
  • Publisher 2010 Foundation – Printing and Viewing Your Publication
  • Publisher 2010 Foundation – Starting Out
  • Publisher 2010 Foundation – The Publisher Interface
  • Publisher 2010 Intermediate – Adding Pictures to Your Publication
  • Publisher 2010 Intermediate – Managing Your Publications
  • Publisher 2010 Intermediate – Using Formatting and Language Tools
  • Publisher 2010 Intermediate – Working with Illustrations
  • Publisher 2010 Intermediate – Working with Shapes
  • Publisher 2010 Advanced – Advanced Topics
  • Publisher 2010 Advanced – Making a Publication Consistent
  • Publisher 2010 Advanced – Working with Building Blocks
  • Publisher 2010 Advanced – Working with Mail Merges
  • Publisher 2013_100_ The Basics
  • Publisher 2013_101_ Your First Publication
  • Publisher 2013_102_ Working with Pages
  • Publisher 2013_103_ Formatting Text
  • Publisher 2013_104_ Working with Objects
  • Publisher 2013_105_ Illustrating Your Publication
  • Publisher 2013_106_ Inserting Building Blocks
  • Publisher 2013_107_ Using Business Information
  • Publisher 2013_108_ The Finishing Touches
  • Publisher 2013_109_ Using Master Pages
  • Publisher 2013_110_ Printing and Sharing Your Publication
  • Publisher 2013_111_ Customizing the Interface
SharePoint
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Foundation – Creating a Basic HTML Page
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Foundation – Creating a Basic Site
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Foundation – Customizing Your Site
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Foundation – Starting Out
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Foundation – Understanding and Customizing the SharePoint Designer Interface
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Foundation – Doing More with Pages
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Intermediate – Creating Interactive SharePoint Pages
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Intermediate – Integrating External Data with SharePoint
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Intermediate – Using Lists and Libraries
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Intermediate – Using Site Templates, Subsites, and Web Parts
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Intermediate – Using Styles and Cascading Style Sheets
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Intermediate – Using Workflows
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Advanced – Doing More with Data Views
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Advanced – Using SharePoint Workspace 2010
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Advanced – Using Data Views and Item Forms
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Advanced – Using InfoPath 2010 with SharePoint Designer 2010
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Advanced – Using Visio 2010 with SharePoint Designer 2010
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Creating and Modifying Sites
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Creating Lists and Libraries
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Creating Site Pages
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Creating Workflows
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Customizing Site Columns
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Customizing the Interface
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Editing Site Objects
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Managing Site Security
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Modifying the Home Page
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – The Basics
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Using Versions
  • SharePoint Designer 2013 – Working with Site Objects
  • SharePoint Server 2010 – Advanced SharePoint Tasks
  • SharePoint Server 2010 – Creating and Managing Content
  • SharePoint Server 2010 – Getting Started
  • SharePoint Server 2010 – Specialized SharePoint Content
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Advanced Customization Tasks
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Configuring Permissions
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Creating a Project Summary
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Creating and Managing Alerts
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Creating Libraries
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Customizing Your Site
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Getting Started with SharePoint Server
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Managing Site Content
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Modifying Pages
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Working with Libraries
  • SharePoint Server 2013 – Working with the Project Summary
Visio
  • Visio 2010 Foundation – Creating Diagrams
  • Visio 2010 Foundation – Doing More with Diagrams
  • Visio 2010 Foundation – Overview of the Command Tabs
  • Visio 2010 Foundation – Printing and Viewing Your Diagram
  • Visio 2010 Foundation – Starting Out
  • Visio 2010 Foundation – Understanding and Customizing the Visio Interface
  • Visio 2010 Intermediate – Adding the Finishing Touches
  • Visio 2010 Intermediate – Containers, Callouts, and More
  • Visio 2010 Intermediate – Creating Popular Diagrams
  • Visio 2010 Intermediate – Customizing Templates and Stencils
  • Visio 2010 Intermediate – Managing Visio Files
  • Visio 2010 Advanced – Adding Data to Your Graphics
  • Visio 2010 Advanced – Adding Drawings and Charts to Your Diagram
  • Visio 2010 Advanced – Creating PivotDiagrams
  • Visio 2010 Advanced – Customizing Shapes
  • Visio 2010 Advanced – Reviewing Diagrams
  • Visio 2013 – Arranging Shapes
  • Visio 2013 – Customizing the Interface
  • Visio 2013 – Formatting Shapes
  • Visio 2013 – Formatting Text
  • Visio 2013 – Formatting the Page
  • Visio 2013 – Inserting Art and Objects
  • Visio 2013 – Managing Pages
  • Visio 2013 – Printing and Sharing Your Drawings
  • Visio 2013 – The Basics
  • Visio 2013 – The Finishing Touches
  • Visio 2013 – Working with Shapes
  • Visio 2013 – Your First Drawing
Windows 7
  • Windows 7 Foundation – Doing More with Windows 7
  • Windows 7 Foundation – Getting Help in Windows 7
  • Windows 7 Foundation – Getting Started
  • Windows 7 Foundation – The Basic Windows 7 Applications
  • Windows 7 Foundation – Working with Windows 7
  • Windows 7 Intermediate – Advanced File and Folder Tasks
  • Windows 7 Intermediate – Customizing Your Desktop
  • Windows 7 Intermediate – The Windows 7 Applications
  • Windows 7 Intermediate – Working with Windows 7
  • Windows 7 Advanced – Hardware and Software
  • Windows 7 Advanced – Maintaining and Optimizing your Computer
  • Windows 7 Advanced – Making Windows 7 Work for You
  • Windows 7 Advanced – Networking with Windows 7
  • Windows 7 Expert – Advanced Topics
  • Windows 7 Expert – Computer Management Tools
  • Windows 7 Expert – Harnessing the Power of the Internet
  • Windows 7 Expert – Troubleshooting your Computer
Windows 8
  • Windows 8 Foundation – Getting Started
  • Windows 8 Foundation – The Basic Windows 8 Applications, Part One
  • Windows 8 Foundation – The Basic Windows 8 Applications, Part Two
  • Windows 8 Foundation – Working with Files and Folders
  • Windows 8 Foundation – Working with the Windows 8 Desktop
  • Windows 8 Foundation – Working with the Windows 8 Start Screen
  • Windows 8 Intermediate – Customizing the Start Screen
  • Windows 8 Intermediate – Having Fun in Windows 8
  • Windows 8 Intermediate – Other Windows 8 Programs
  • Windows 8 Intermediate – The Basic Windows Desktop Applications
  • Windows 8 Intermediate – Word Processing with Windows 8
  • Windows 8 Advanced – Getting Organized
  • Windows 8 Advanced – Managing Files and Folders
  • Windows 8 Advanced – Sharing Files and Folders
  • Windows 8 Advanced – Staying Safe with Windows 8
  • Windows 8 Advanced – Using File Explorer
  • Windows 8 Expert – Hardware and Software
  • Windows 8 Expert – Maintaining and Optimizing Your Computer
  • Windows 8 Expert – Making Windows 8 Work for You
  • Windows 8 Expert – Networking with Windows 8
  • Windows 8 Expert – Troubleshooting Your Computer
  • Windows 8 Expert – Windows 8 and Accessibility
Word
  • Word 2010 Foundation – Advanced Tabs and Customization
  • Word 2010 Foundation – Creating Documents
  • Word 2010 Foundation – Doing More With Text
  • Word 2010 Foundation – Printing and Viewing Your Layout
  • Word 2010 Foundation – Starting Out
  • Word 2010 Foundation – The Word Interface
  • Word 2010 Intermediate – Creating Headers and Footers
  • Word 2010 Intermediate – Finishing Your Document
  • Word 2010 Intermediate – Managing Your Documents
  • Word 2010 Intermediate – Using Formatting Tools
  • Word 2010 Intermediate – Using Time Saving Tools
  • Word 2010 Advanced – Creating Equations and Charts
  • Word 2010 Advanced – Creating Tables
  • Word 2010 Advanced – Working With Advanced Graphics and Objects
  • Word 2010 Advanced – Working With Pictures
  • Word 2010 Advanced – Working With Shapes
  • Word 2010 – Advanced Topics
  • Word 2010 – Creating Forms
  • Word 2010 – Managing Documents
  • Word 2010 – Using Styles
  • Word 2010 – Working with References
  • Word 2013_100_Getting Started
  • Word 2013_101_Your First Document
  • Word 2013_102_Formatting Text, Part One
  • Word 2013_103_Formatting Text, Part Two
  • Word 2013_104_Working with Paragraphs
  • Word 2013_105_Formatting the Page
  • Word 2013_106_Inserting Art and Objects, Part One
  • Word 2013_107_Inserting Art and Objects, Part Two
  • Word 2013_108_The Finishing Touches
  • Word 2013_109_Viewing Your Document
  • Word 2013_110_Printing and Sharing Your Document
  • Word 2013_111_Customizing the Interface
  • Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Advanced
  • Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Foundation
  • Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Intermediate
  • Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 Advanced
  • Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 Intermediate
  • Microsoft Office Word 2010 Foundation
  • Microsoft Office Word 2010 Intermediate
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Advanced
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Expert
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Foundation

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