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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
The New Office 2010 Interface, Word 2010, and Excel 2010 $74.95
Outlook 2010 and Collaboration in Office 2010 $74.95
New Features for PowerPoint, Publisher, and Access in Office 2010 $74.95
Office 2010 New Core Features $74.95
New Messaging and Collaboration Features in Office 2010 $74.95
Office 2010 Web Apps and New Features in Publisher and Mobile $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


The New Office 2010 Interface, Word 2010, and Excel 2010

Within the two Microsoft Office Suite releases available since Office 2003, Microsoft has implemented a number of functionality and interface changes and introduced several new features. The overall Office interface has been changed substantially with the introduction of the Ribbon in Microsoft Office 2007, and collaboration and anywhere access to Office files is a major theme in the Microsoft Office 2010 release. This course examines the new features and enhancements of Microsoft Office 2010, focusing on the perspective of Microsoft Office 2003 users who are migrating to Microsoft Office 2010. It outlines the significant interface changes that apply to all Office applications, including the Ribbon and the Office Backstage view, and it covers significant new features and enhancements in Word and Excel 2010. These features include Live Preview Paste, Open file format, and the Protected view available for Office 2010 documents, and features such as enhanced graphics support, Quick Styles and document comparison tools in Word, Sparklines, Slicers, and Pivot Table enhancements in Excel. The course also introduces the new web versions of Word and Excel - Word Web App and Excel Web App.
  • use the key new interface features and enhancements in Office 2010
  • use the new features of Word 2010 to perform common tasks
  • recognize key features of the new Word 2010 interface
  • use new features in Excel 2010 to enhance your spreadsheets
  • identify key new and enhanced features in Excel 2010
  • use the Office 2010 interface to edit a document
  • give your document a consistent, professional look and feel using Word 2010
  • use Excel 2010 to add visual representations of data to a worksheet

Outlook 2010 and Collaboration in Office 2010

The new and enhanced collaboration features of Office 2010 enable users to work in unison to create content, regardless of their location. Enhancements to many of the Office products enable users to work more efficiently, using a combination of their local computer, a browser, a mobile phone or other Web-enabled device, and a phone integrated with Microsoft Office Communications Server. This course explores the new features of Outlook 2010, including changes to the interface, the introduction of the Conversation view and QuickSteps, as well as Outlook Social Connector. It also explores new features and enhancements to OneNote 2010, including linked notes, improved integration with other Office products, and enhanced collaboration features. The new features and enhancements of SharePoint Workspace 2010, formerly known as Groove, are also discussed. The course also introduces Office Web Apps, which are online extensions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote that allow you to view and edit files stored in Windows Live SkyDrive, on your organization’s SharePoint implementation, or on SharePoint Online. The Office Web Apps can also be used to create documents, presentations, workbooks, and notebooks within a browser. Finally the course introduces Office Mobile, which allows you to use your phone to access several of the Office applications, and to access and edit documents, presentations, and workbooks.
  • use new features in Outlook 2010 to perform everyday e-mail tasks
  • identify key changes to the user interface in Outlook 2010
  • recognize the new and enhanced features in Outlook 2010
  • use new and enhanced features in OneNote 2010 to create and organize your notes
  • identify the main features of SharePoint Workspace 2010
  • recognize the features of Office Web Apps
  • identify the features of Office Mobile 2010 applications
  • collaborate with team members and manage e-mail using Outlook 2010, in a given scenario
  • use OneNote 2010 to create and edit a notebook in a given scenario
  • use Web Apps to view and edit Office files

New Features for PowerPoint, Publisher, and Access in Office 2010

Since the release of the Microsoft Office 2003 suite of products, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Access have all undergone significant changes – both to the interface and the range of available features. The Fluent User Interface (UI), now available in all products in Office 2010, gives a consistent look and feel across applications. PowerPoint 2010 aims to make presentation creation more efficient and presentations themselves more visually impressive. Publisher has undergone similar changes, enhancing the creation of high-quality publications. Access 2010 simplifies database creation, makes data accessible from any location, and provides enhanced navigation controls for accessing data. This course covers the new features of PowerPoint 2010, Publisher 2010, and Access 2010 including changes to the interface and key functional improvements and enhancements.
  • use the new features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 to enhance and share your presentations
  • recognize key new features of the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 interface
  • identify key new and enhanced features in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
  • use Microsoft Publisher 2010's new and enhanced features
  • recognize key new features of the Microsoft Publisher 2010 interface
  • using new features in Access 2010
  • identify key new features in Microsoft Access 2010
  • merge and enhance presentations using PowerPoint 2010
  • create a PDF flyer using Microsoft Publisher 2010
  • create a database using Microsoft Access 2010

Office 2010 New Core Features

With the release of Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft has focused its suite of products to meet the ever-changing needs of its end users – both corporate and individual. Using Office 2010, you can share information seamlessly with an individual in the office next door or around the world, and access information anywhere, anytime using mobile devices. Office 2010 includes new graphic and video editing and creation tools to enable you to create visually stunning presentations and documents. Office 2010 provides increased flexibility for analyzing and storing data, managing e-mail messages and contacts, and customizing the interface the way you want it. This course explores key new features and enhancements in the Office 2010 suite of products. It also introduces product-specific new features and enhancements in the 2010 releases of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. These new and enhanced features include Office Backstage, Live Preview Paste, Sparklines, Slicers, graphic and video creation and editing tools, PowerPoint Broadcast Service, screenshot capture and clipping tools, Web Apps and Office Mobile.
  • use the new Backstage view feature when creating content in Microsoft Word 2010
  • identify key new features and enhancements for creating content using Microsoft Word 2010
  • use the new and enhanced data analysis features in Microsoft Excel 2010 to highlight key information
  • identify new features for data sharing and working remotely with Microsoft Excel 2010
  • identify performance improvements and key new features supporting sharing and collaboration in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
  • use key new features in PowerPoint 2010 to enhance your presentations
  • identify the key new features and enhancements for creating and designing Microsoft Access 2010 databases
  • recognize the enhancements in Microsoft Access 2010 for presenting, analyzing, and sharing data
  • use new and enhanced features in Office 2010 to create rich content, for a given example

New Messaging and Collaboration Features in Office 2010

The new and enhanced collaboration features of Office 2010 enable users to work in unison to create content, regardless of their location. Enhancements to many of the Office products enable users to work more efficiently, using a combination of their local computer, a browser, a mobile phone or other Web-enabled device, and a phone integrated with Microsoft Office Communications Server. Users can also collaborate in real-time and authors can easily identify content changes by other contributors. This course explores the new features of Outlook 2010, including changes to the interface, the introduction of the People Pane and the Schedule Pane, and enhancements to Unified Messaging. The new features and enhancements of OneNote 2010, including linked notes, improved integration with other Office products, and language features are also covered. The new features and enhancements of SharePoint Workspace 2010, formerly known as Groove, are also discussed. In addition, this course examines new Office 2010 collaboration features, including co-authoring, real-time communication, and unified messaging.
  • use new features in Outlook 2010 to manage e-mail and collaborate effectively with team members
  • identify key changes to the user interface in Outlook 2010
  • recognize the new and enhanced collaboration features in Outlook 2010
  • identify the key new and enhanced features in SharePoint Workspace 2010
  • use new and enhanced features in OneNote 2010 to create and organize your notes
  • use the new and enhanced collaboration features in Office 2010 to work effectively with co-workers and team members
  • identify the new and enhanced collaboration features in Outlook 2010, OneNote 2010, and SharePoint Workspace 2010
  • create and manage notes, for given examples, using OneNote 2010
  • collaborate with team members and manage e-mail using Outlook 2010, in a given scenario

Office 2010 Web Apps and New Features in Publisher and Mobile

Office 2010 enables you to access your files from anywhere using a phone, or a Web-enabled computer or device. Office Web Apps and Office Mobile are two of the features that help to provide this access. Office Web Apps are online extensions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote that allow you to view and edit files stored in Windows Live SkyDrive, on your organization's SharePoint implementation, or on SharePoint Online. The Office Web Apps can also be used to create documents, presentations, workbooks, and notebooks within a browser. Office Mobile allows you to use your phone to access several of the Office applications, and allows you to access and edit documents, presentations, and workbooks. Office Mobile also provides additional support for common mobile phone features, such as touching and flicking. Publisher 2010 allows you to create high-quality publication materials, such as brochures and newsletters. This course introduces the new Web Apps for Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. It also explores the new features and enhancements to the Office Mobile products, such as enhanced editing, increased font support, PowerPoint’s new Presentation Companion, and Outlook conversations, as well as the introduction of SharePoint Mobile. In addition, this course covers the new features and enhancements in the interface and workspace, image editing, text formatting, printing, and sharing in Publisher 2010.
  • use Office 2010 Web Apps to access Office files
  • use new and enhanced features to create professional high-quality desktop publications
  • use Web Apps to edit a workbook and create a new document
  • use Publisher 2010 to open, edit, and preview a specified template
  • identify the new and enhanced features in Office Mobile 2010 applications
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Microsoft Office 2010: New Features e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252380
  • Duration:
    6 hours
  • Price:
    $219