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|Getting Started With Excel 2003||The Getting Started With Excel 2003WBT is the first course in the Excel 2003 curriculum. It familiarizes the students with the fundamentals of Excel 2003. This course teaches the students how to create and manage workbooks and enter data, and edit data in an Excel workbook. The course also teaches the user to apply various types of formatting and enhancements to data in a worksheet. After completing this course, the students will be able to:
- identify the features of Excel 2003 that help in extending workbook capabilities, analyzing
- data, and sharing information effectively
- identify Excel 2003 features related to enhanced user experience
- identify the components of the Excel 2003 interface
- identify the features of the Excel 2003 Help system
- create a workbook
- open a workbook
- select cells in a worksheet
- move data in a worksheet
- edit a worksheet
- specify number formats for numeric data
- align and format data in a worksheet using basic formatting options
- change cell dimensions and formatting
- apply conditional formatting
- create styles
- create templates
|Managing Worksheets and Customizing Excel 2003||The Managing Worksheets and Customizing Excel 2003 WBT is the second course in the Excel 2003 curriculum. It teaches the students how to effectively manage worksheets and customize them according to needs in Excel 2003. The tasks involved in managing worksheets and customizing them include navigating within worksheets and workbooks, organizing related information in worksheets, using various search mechanisms, print workbooks by specifying print options, customizing worksheet views, toolbars and menu bars, and other advanced customizations, using Excel. After completing this course, the students will be able to:
- navigate within workbooks and worksheets.
- insert hyperlinks in a worksheet.
- organize related information in worksheets.
- customize worksheets to view and analyze data.
- identify the types of file properties.
- set file properties for workbooks.
- perform a basic search.
- perform an advanced search.
- specify the printing options.
- print a workbook.
- customize toolbars and menus.
- customize calculations, lists, and the display of charts.
- perform advanced customization in Excel.
- work with smart tags.
|Introduction to InfoPath 2003||The Introduction to InfoPath 2003 WBT introduces the InfoPath 2003 and covers its basic features. This course provides information on Infopath 2003 installation, designing forms, using forms, and publishing forms. After completing this course, the user will be able to:
- list the features and benefits of using InfoPath 2003.
- identify the ways in which you can use InfoPath with other programs and technologies.
- identify the system requirements for installing InfoPath.
- install InfoPath.
- identify the components of the InfoPath 2003 interface.
- identify the components of the Task pane.
- create forms.
- create the form layout by using the Layout task pane.
- add basic controls to a form.
- add advanced controls to a form.
- modify the data binding values and set validation conditions for controls.
- create multiple views for a form depending on your requirements.
- add security features to a form.
- publish a form.
- update a published form when the location of its database changes.
- update a published form when the underlying XML schema is updated.
- fill a form and submit it for review.
- export form data.
- merge multiple forms.
|Getting Started with Access 2003||The Getting Started with Access 2003 course is the first course in the Microsoft Access 2003 curriculum. The course familiarizes users with basic database concepts and the features in Access. It describes the concepts and processes involved in creation and design of databases and tables in Access 2003. In addition, this course guides users to efficiently relate, manage, and customize database tables to ensure maximum database efficiency. After completing this course, the user will be able to:|
- define databases and identify the relationships existing in a database
- identify the generic features of Microsoft Access 2003 and features of Access 2003 for improved user experience
- identify the interface elements of Access 2003
- customize the work area, toolbars, and menus
- create a database in Access 2003
- identify data types for defining tables
- create and modify a table design
- enter data in a table and insert hyperlinks in a table
- customize the appearance of a datasheet
- find, sort, filter, and group data
- describe and work with table relationships
- work with the Query Wizard
- build queries in the Design view
- create data summaries using queries
- use criteria and expressions in queries
- create Crosstab and Parameter queries
- work with Action queries
- define SQL statements
- create SQL-specific queries
|Introduction to Outlook 2003||The Introduction to Outlook 2003 course is the first course in the Microsoft Outlook 2003 curriculum. This course introduces the Microsoft Outlook 2003 environment and describes its features. The course provides the students hands on training on the concepts of configuring e-mail accounts for composing, customizing, sending and receiving e-mail messages. The course also teaches the students to create and manage contacts, Address Books, and distribution lists.After completing this course, the user will be able to:
- list the features of Outlook 2003 that provide enhanced user experience and help in Inbox management
- list the features of Outlook 2003 that increase user productivity and extend Outlook 2003 features
- identify the components of the Outlook interface
- identify the features of Outlook 2003 help
- configure an e-mail account
- customize e-mail accounts
- compose e-mail messages in Outlook 2003
- customize e-mail messages in Outlook 2003
- receive e-mail messages
- send e-mail messages
- create new contacts in Outlook 2003
- customize contacts in Outlook 2003
- create an address book in Outlook 2003
- create directory services and distribution lists in Outlook 2003
|Outlook 2003 Proficient User||The Outlook 2003 Proficient User course is the second course in the Microsoft Outlook 2003 curriculum. This course guides the students to use the Outlook Calendar for scheduling activities, appointments, events, and meetings. It also teaches the students to store and manage information by creating tasks and notes, recording events in the journal, and creating rules. Further, the course provides in depth knowledge of the customizing the Outlook 2003 interface and its various features based on individual requirements. After completing this course, the user will be able to:
- identify the features of the Outlook Calendar
- schedule appointments, meetings, and events
- customize the appearance of an existing calendar
- customize advance calendar options
- create tasks in Outlook 2003
- manage tasks in Outlook 2003
- record events in the Journal
- use Outlook notes for storing information
- customize toolbars and menu
- customize folders in Outlook 2003
- organize messages
- create rules for sending and receiving messages
|Introduction to Publisher 2003||The Publisher 2003 WBT is designed to acquaint users with the features of Publisher and the enhancements made in Publisher (part of the Office XP suite). This course takes users through the process of creating and modifying professional-looking, high quality publications for print media, e-mail, and Web. Users also learn how to prepare their publications for desktop and commercial printing. Additionally, the course teaches users how to convert print publications into Web site publications and post them on the Web. After completing this course, the user will be able to:
- Identify the basic and advanced features in Publisher
- list the ways for integrating Publisher with other applications
- Identify the components of the Publisher interface
- Use the Publisher Help features
- Configure the various generic options in Publisher
- Design a publication for Web and e-mail
- Create, modify, and post a Web site publication
- Create, modify, and save publications in Publisher
- Prepare publications for desktop and commercial printing
- Design a publication using Design Sets
|Getting Started with PowerPoint 2003||The Getting Started with PowerPoint 2003 WBT is the first course in the PowerPoint 2003 curriculum. This course will be useful for users who want to create a professional presentation, and add different components to it to enhance the visual appeal of a slide show. The course describes the fundamentals of PowerPoint 2003 and introduces its features. It teaches the user to create slides, add graphic and other special effects to the slides, organize the content and slides in the presentation, run a presentation, and print a presentation. After completing this course, the user will be able to:
- identify PowerPoint 2003 features that help in enhancing PowerPoint capabilities and sharing information effectively.
- identify PowerPoint 2003 features related to enhanced user experiences.
- identify components of the PowerPoint 2003 interface.
- identify PowerPoint 2003 Help features.
- create a presentation.
- open a presentation.
- identify the different types of presentation views.
- use the Outline view.
- modify a slide in a presentation.
- organize slides in a presentation.
- insert text.
- edit text.
- format paragraphs in a presentation.
- create lists in a presentation.
- insert header and footer in a presentation.
- enhance a slide with drawings.
- insert objects.
- run a slide show.
- manage a slide show.
- view properties of a presentation.
- print a PowerPoint presentation.
|Advanced Features of PowerPoint 2003||The Advanced Features of PowerPoint 2003 WBT is the second course of the PowerPoint 2003 curriculum. It familiarizes users with the advanced features of PowerPoint that can be used to enhance their presentations. These features include creating and customizing of charts and tables, applying animation scheme, adding sounds and movie clips, and sharing a presentation with multiple users for reviewing. Additionally, this course guides users to efficiently share their presentations with a workgroup and publish it on the Web to reach out to a larger audience. After completing this course, the user will be able to:|
- create tables in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- customize tables in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- identify elements of different chart types provided in PowerPoint 2003
- add a chart to a slide in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- format chart data in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- format chart elements in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- create diagrams in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- create organization charts in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- format slides in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- create Slide Masters to ease the creation of PowerPoint presentations
- convert a presentation into a PowerPoint format
- format a PowerPoint presentation
- customize Toolbars and buttons in PowerPoint 2003
- customizing the Menu bar
- apply animation schemes in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- customize an animation in PowerPoint 2003
- add sound to slides in PowerPoint 2003
- add movie clips to slides in PowerPoint
- automate a presentation using macros
- automate a presentation using add-ins, ActiveX controls, and SmartTags
- create a custom show in PowerPoint 2003
- create notes and handouts
- share a presentation with other users and applications
- protect shared presentations in PowerPoint 2003
- transfer a presentation to multiple users
- incorporate review comments in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation
- publish a presentation
- organize a Web discussion
|Getting Started With Word 2003||The Getting Started with Word 2003 WBT is the first course in the Word 2003 curriculum. This course introduces the features and functionality of Word 2003. It acquaints users with the Word 2003 interface and introduces simple concepts, such as creating, editing, and saving a file. Additionally, this course enables a user to navigate Word documents, use different views, customize the display, and print Word documents. After completing this course, the user will be able to:
- identify features of Word 2003
- identify enhanced user experiences in Word 2003
- identify the components of the Word 2003 interface.
- identify the uses of Word 2003 help features
- create and save a Word document.
- select, edit, and format text in a document.
- navigate a Word 2003 document.
- use different views in Word 2003.
- customize the display of a Word 2003 document.
- specify a page layout.
- insert a header and footer
- set document properties
- print a document
|Advanced Features of Word 2003||The Advanced Features Of Word 2003 WBT is the second course in the Word 2003 curriculum. This course describes how to visually enhance your documents by formatting paragraphs and using lists and styles. It also describes various search and proofreading tools used for searching text, finding files, and proofreading documents. In addition, the course acquaints users with creating a custom dictionary, reviewing and comparing documents, and customizing the Word interface. After completing this course, the user will be able to:
- format paragraphs.
- create and use lists and styles.
- search text using the Find Replace Tool.
- create bookmarks to locate text.
- proofread documents.
- create and use a custom dictionary.
- review, merge and compare documents.
- create and manage toolbars and menus
- perform advanced customization of toolbars and menus.
- customize keyboard shortcuts.
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