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Suggestions for training content

You may already know what you would like to cover in a training session but if you are not sure then each subject area below has a list of topics that you can choose from.

Getting Started
  • Introduction to PCs for anyone who has never used a computer these are the topics that start you right at the beginning.
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Microsoft Access
  • Access Database User Essentials - topics to help you use an existing database - customise views of the data, locate records easily and write simple queries and reports.
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  • Queries and Reports - when you need more advanced queries and reports for extracting information from an existing database.
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  • For Developers - a list of some skills needed when building your own relational database in Access.
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Microsoft Excel
  • Excel Essentials - the key topics when getting started with Excel.
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  • Database Features - topics for using Excel to store, manipulate and analyse data stored in lists or tables.
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  • Functions and Formulae - using calculations on an Excel worksheet.
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  • Power User Options - looking at the more advanced features of Excel including the use of macros and VBA for automation.
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Microsoft Word
  • Word Essentials - things you need to know to get started with Word to create basic documents.
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  • Document Formatting - creating professional looking documents using the range of formatting tools in Word.
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  • Graphics in Word - adding pictures and diagrams to Word documents.
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  • Power User Options - for Word users who want to explore the more advanced features of Word including the use of macros.
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Microsoft PowerPoint
  • PowerPoint Essentials - topics needed to set up a PowerPoint presentation including basic slides, graphics and animations.
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  • Report Writing - topics specifically for anyone wanting to produce professional looking reports using PowerPoint.
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