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Skills Booster - Windows 10, Word and Excel

Boost your team’s skills on this highly rated computer training course

The perfect productivity skills booster for users of Microsoft Windows, Word and Excel

Essential for users who never attended any training in these Microsoft products, users who skipped a Level One session or anyone wanting to do things faster, more efficiently and with less headaches. Pick up what was missed along the way and work better in your day.

Recommended Duration

Approx. 1 Day (6 Hours)

Skill Booster Topics

1 Day (6 Hours) session covers all of the below topics:

Windows 10 Skills Booster

- Tour the screen
- Use the Start Button
- Use the Taskbar
- Use Jump Lists
- Find Files, Settings and Apps
- Use File Explorer
- Use Action Center
- Airplane Mode and Wifi
- Night Light
- Sign Out/Log off, Switch User
- Sleep, Restart, Shut Down
- Multitasking
- Use Task View
- Snap and Manipulate Windows

Work Skills Booster

- Tour the screen
- Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar Tips
- How to create a new line
- How to create a new paragraph
- Crucial difference between Lines & Paragraphs
- Bullets and Numbering
- Multi-Level Numbering
- Introduction to Styles
- Using the Navigation Pane
- Creating a Table of Contents
- Introduction to Templates

Excel Skills Booster

- Tour the screen
- Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar Tips
- Moving around in Excel
- Selecting, Entering and Editing Data
- Moving and Copying Data
- Spell Check
- Using AutoFill
- Using Flash Fill
- Performing Basic Calculations
- Using Basic Functions
- Filling calculations and functions
- Introduction to PivotTables

This session can be tailored to exclude Windows 10 and cover more topics in Word and Excel if required.
Speak to us about customising this session for your team


👉 Please see the page for Training Session costs.


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