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    • Whats new in Word 2010 Creating and Managing Tables Creating tablesGetting Started Working with tablesExploring the Word window Modifying tablesCreating and saving documentsPrinting Documents Controlling Page LayoutGetting Help Creating headers and footers Working with marginsEditing Documents Working with page breaksOpening and navigating in documentsAutomated tasks Proofing and Printing DocumentsEditing text Checking spelling and grammarThe undo and redo commands Previewing and printing documentsMoving and Copying Text Web FeaturesSelecting text Saving documents as web pagesCutting, copying, and pasting text Working with hyperlinksFinding and replacing text Emailing documentsFormatting Characters and ParagraphsCharacter formattingUsing tabsParagraph formattingAdvanced paragraph formattingWhats new in Word 2010 Working with Headers and Footers Creating section headers and footersWorking with Sections and Columns Page numberingCreating and formatting sectionsWorking with multiple columns Working with GraphicsWorking with text in columns Inserting pictures Using SmartArtFormatting Tables Inserting WordArt and symbolsTable formatting Applying watermarksBorders and shading Using shapesTable Styles Document TemplatesWorking with Excel Data Using templatesWorking with Excel data in Word Creating templatesPerforming calculations in tablesWorking with Styles and Building BlocksApplying stylesModifying and deleting stylesUsing styles to create outlinesQuick Parts
    • Whats new in Word 2010 Managing Document Revision Using track changesUsing Mail Merge Comparing documentCreating form lettersWorking with data sources Automation and CustomisationCreating mailing labels Recording and running macros Modifying and deleting macrosWorking with Forms Customising WordCreating formsModifying formsProtecting and printing formsWorking with Large DocumentsMaster documentsFootnotes and endnotesIndexesBookmarks and cross-references Excel10Whats new in Excel 2010 Using Functions Entering functionsGetting Started Using AutoSumSpreadsheet terminology Using AVERAGE, MIN, and MAXExploring the Excel windowGetting help Formatting WorksheetsOpening and navigating workbooks Formatting textClosing workbooks Formatting rows and columns Number formattingEntering and Editing data Using Format Painter and AutoFormatCreating workbooksEntering and editing labels and values PrintingEntering and editing formulas Preparing to printSaving and updating workbooks Page Setup options Printing worksheetsModifying a WorksheetMoving and copying data Creating ChartsMoving and copying formulas Chart basicsUsing absolute references Modifying chartsInserting and deleting ranges Printing charts Using Sparklines
    • orking with Large Worksheets Conditional formulas and formattingViewing options The IF function- Adjusting zoom Conditional formatting- Using Freeze Panes - Based on a cell value- Using Split Window - Based on a formulaHiding and displaying data - Identifying cells with conditional formatting- Hiding rows and columns - Copying conditional formats- Creating an outlinePrinting large worksheets List Management- Page Break preview Working with lists- Working with page breaks - Structure of a list- Printing multiple sheets Sorting and filtering lists - Simple sortingWorking with Multiple - Sorting by multiple columnsWorksheets and Workbooks - Using AutoFilterUsing multiple worksheets Advanced filtering- Navigating between sheets - Using custom filter- Moving and copying sheets - Using Advanced FilterLinking worksheets Adding subtotals to a list- Creating 3-D formulas- Consolidating data Documenting and AuditingLinking workbooks Comments- Creating a formula to link workbooks - Viewing, adding, editing and deleting comments- Using the Paste Link option Auditing features- Maintaining links - Tracing formula errors ProtectionWorking with dates - Protecting a worksheetEntering date functions - Protecting cell ranges- TODAY function- NOW functionDate and time formats Using TemplatesUsing dates in formulas Built-in templates - Accessing and using Excel’s templates Creating and managing templates - Creating, using and modifying a custom template filePivot Table Fundamentals Pivot Table ViewsWhat is a Pivot Table? Conditional formattingWhen and why use a Pivot Table? Sorting, Filtering and Re-orderingAnatomy of a Pivot Table · Slicers (2010 only)Limitations of Pivot Tables Saving Custom ViewsCreating Basic Pivot Tables Pivot Table CalculationsPreparing your data Calculated Fields and Items· Tabular Layout Managing & maintaining Pivot Table· Removing Section Headings calculations· Removing Repeated Column Groups· Eliminating Gaps Pivot Charts· Type Formatting What is a Pivot Chart?Creating Pivot Tables Creating a Pivot Chart· Adding Fields Pivot Chart Rules· Adding Layers · Managing the underlying data· Altering Structure · Adding Layers· Report Filters · Altering StructureManaging Changes in Your Source Data Pivot Chart Alternatives· Dynamic Named Ranges · Dynamic Charts· Dealing with ZeroesSubtotals
    • Summary Calculations · Transition tables· Running totals· Differences (year on year, month on month) Working with Data Sources· Percentages of Rows, Columns, Totals and other Consolidating multiple sheets or ranges of datafields Using external data sources (Access)Running Totals and Top 10 reportsPivot Table Tools Automating Pivot Tables with Macros· Layout Updates Introducing Macros· Refreshing & Restarting Recording Pivot Table macros· Moving Pivot Tables Tidying and refining recorded macros The Power Pivot add-in Summary Frequent Pivot Table Questions and Answers Solutions to common problemsPowerPivot add-in and Excel 2010 Calculations in PowerPivotSteps to install Overview of Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) language Building Formulas for Calculated Columns and MeasuresGetting started with PowerPivot Understanding the Use of Relationships and Lookups inStart Excel & launch the PowerPivot window FormulasNavigating the PowerPivot window Understanding Aggregations in FormulasExploring the PowerPivot tab and field list in Filtering Data in FormulasExcel Recalculating FormulasAdding data to PowerPivot Creating PivotTables, Charts & ReportsData sources and types supported in Create a PivotTable or PivotChart ReportPowerPivot workbooks Create a Reporting Services Report with PowerPivotImporting data (from pre-prepared file) DataAdd Data by using Excel Linked Tables Create a Measure in a PivotTable or PivotChart Create and Change the Field Layout in a PivotTable or PivotChart ReportPreparing data for analysis Delete a PivotTable or PivotChart ReportWorking with Tables and Columns Filter Data using SlicersFiltering and Sorting Data Work with Relationships in PivotTablesCreating Relationships Between Tables Change the Display LanguageCreating and Working with calculations Overview of Key Perfomance Indicators (KPIs) inData; formatting and layout PowerPivotCreating, deleting a table Retail sales KPI case studyRename a Table or Column Sales per hour, averageSet the Data Type of a Column Conversion ratesHide or Freeze Columns Wage to sales ratioUndo or Redo an ActionSorting and filtering data in a tablePowerPivot and relationshipsUnderstanding RelationshipsCreate a Relationship Between Two TablesView and Edit RelationshipsDelete RelationshipsTroubleshoot RelationshipsIntroduction Harnessing Forms and Controls
    • Introducing Visual Basic for Applications Defining UserFormsDefining the development environment Utilising the toolboxUsing help Using UserForm properties, events andClosing the VB editor methods Understanding controlsDeveloping with Procedures and Functions Setting control properties in the propertiesUnderstanding and creating modules windowDefining procedures Using the label controlCreating a sub-procedure Using the text box controlCalling procedures Using the command button controlUtilising the immediate window to call procedures Using the combo box controlMaking and naming a function procedure Using the frame controlWorking using the code editor Using option button controls Using control appearance Determining the tab orderIntroducing Objects Filling a controlDefining objects Increasing code to controlsExamining the Excel object hierarchy How to launch a form in codeDefining collectionsUtilising the object browserHow to work with properties Using the PivotTable ObjectThe with statement Defining PivotTablesHow to work with methods Making a PivotTableBuilding an event procedure Using the PivotTable wizard method Using PivotFields Adding a procedure to a custom toolbarUtilising Intrinsic Functions, Variables andExpressionsDefining expressions and statements Debugging The CodeHow to declare variables Defining errorsDetermining data types Working with debugging toolsProgramming with variable scope Determining breakpointsHarnessing intrinsic functions How to step through codeDefining constants and using intrinsic constants Working with break mode during run modeAdding message boxes and using input boxes Identifying the value of expressionsHow to declare and use object variables Handling ErrorsManaging Program Execution Defining error handlingDefining control-of-flow structures Defining VBAs error trapping optionsUsing boolean expressions Capturing errors with the on error statementWorking with the if...end if decision structures Determining the error objectWorking with the select case...end select structure Coding an error handling routineWorking with the do...loop structure Using inline error handlingWorking with the for...next structureWorking with the for each...next structureRestrictions for use of control-of-flow structuresurther Excel Object Model Further Object Orientated ProgrammingThe Range object Destroying objectsThe Current Region object Default property and methodWorkbooks and worksheets collections Working with collectionsChart objectList object Advanced Procedures, parameters, variables Passing parameters by reference and by valueArrays Optional and default parametersDynamic arrays Passing an array of arguments to a procedureArray optimisation Using enumerationsMultidimensional arrays User-defined TypeArrays and objects Implicit and explicit conversionsObject Oriented Programming (OOP) Linking with OfficeClasses and objects Connecting to other Office applications
    • creating new objects Working with other Office applicationscreating new classesError handling Importing from Access using ADO Understanding Active-X data objectsGood programming techniques The Connection stringRecursive programming Manipulating dataUsing optional argumentsBest Practice for Excel Programming Macro Security How macro security works Digitally signing macrosPower point-10Whats new in Powerpoint 2010PowerPoint BasicsExploring the PowerPoint environmentHelp optionsClosing presentations and closing PowerPointBuilding New PresentationsCreating new presentationsSaving presentationsWorking in the outline tabRearranging and deleting slidesUsing slides from other presentationsFormatting and ProofingExploring text formattingMoving and copying textSetting tabs and alignmentUsing the spelling checkerExamining AutoCorrect and the style checkerUsing Drawing ToolsDrawing objectsUsing AutoShapesWorking with text in objectsEnhancing objectsWorking with WordArt and Clip ArtWorking with WordArtAdding clip artUsing Tables and ChartsWorking with tablesCreating and enhancing chartsCreating organization charts
    • Enhancing PresentationsUsing templatesWorking with the slide masterWorking with multiple slide mastersAdding transitions and timingsAdding speaker notes and footersDelivering PresentationsRunning presentationsPrinting presentationsExporting to other formatsSaving presentations for web deliveryWhats new in Powerpoint 2010 Advanced Presentation Techniques Adding special effectsBuilding Custom Presentations Working with slide show optionsModifying templates Setting up review cyclesBuilding custom templatesBuilding custom slide masters Advanced Presentation Delivery OptionsAdvanced slide master techniques Working with shared workspaces Working with the package for CD featureUsing Multimedia in Presentations Advanced delivery techniquesAdvanced clip art and drawing techniquesEnhancing images Customising the EnvironmentAdding movies and sound Customising and creating toolbarsUsing animations Automating your workUsing scanned images Microsoft Office IntegrationUsing Organisation Charts and Tables Working with ExcelAdvanced organisation chart options Working with WordFormatting and modifying tablesOutlook-10Whats new in Outlook 2010 Appointments and EventsUsing the Outlook 2010 Ribbon Working with appointments Modifying appointmentsGetting Started Working with eventsThe program window Time ZonesThe Help system Calendar SnapshotsThe To-Do Bar Meeting Requests and ResponsesE-mail Working with meeting requestsE-mail accounts Managing meeting requestsE-mail messages Handling meeting responsesHandling messagesPreviewing, Opening and Saving attachments Customizing OutlookPrinting messages Personal foldersAddress Books The organize panel SignaturesE-mail and Contact Management Voting buttons
    • E-mail management Interacting with the internetContact managementThe master category listTasksWorking with tasksManaging tasksWhats new in Outlook 2010 Templates and formsUsing the Outlook 2010 Ribbon Stationery and templates FormsCustomising OutlookThe Outlook environment IntegrationThe Outlook bar Changing the mail formatUsing the Reading Pane Importing and exporting dataCustomising View Settings Creating Office documentsMessages Using Folders to Share InformationInstant Search and filtering messages Working with public foldersCreating Search Folders Working with Personal FoldersCustomizing messages Sharing your Outlook foldersThe InboxOrganizing the InboxThe rules wizardManaging your mailboxAlternate email methodsFoldersThe notes folderThe journal folderThe calendar folderThe contacts folderAccess-10hats new in Access 2010 Creating and Using Forms Creating forms by using AutoFormDatabase Concepts Using the form wizardDatabase concepts and terminology Using design viewExploring the Access environment Finding, sorting and filtering recordsPlanning and designing databasesGetting help Creating and Using ReportsClosing a database and Access Using the report wizard and queries Creating, modifying and printing reportsAccess BasicsExploring tables Importing, Exporting and Linking ObjectsExamining queries Importing Access objectsExploring reports Exporting Access objects Linking Access objectsCreating DatabasesCreating a databaseUsing the table wizard
    • Working in design viewWorking with Fields and RecordsChanging the design of a tableAdding and deleting recordsFinding and editing recordsSorting and filtering records Querying TablesCreating and using queriesModifying query results and queriesUsing calculations in queriesWhats new in Access 2010 Creating advanced queries Summarise and group valuesCreating relational databases Create a crosstab queryDatabase normalising Using a parameter queryIntroducing relating tablesAdding referential integrity Creating advanced form design Working with graphicsWorking with related tables Working with calculationsThe lookup wizard Working with combo boxesChanging lookup fields Working with unbound controlsInputting data to related tables Using advanced report featuresDefining data entry rules Create customized headers and footersUsing input masks Add a calculated valueSetting a property Work with sub-reportsSetting a validation ruleUsing advanced query featuresHow to join a table in queriesCreating a calculated fieldUsing an action queryWhats new in Access 2010 Exploring Access SQL How to identify different clauses in an SQL statementPivotTables and PivotCharts Writing SQL statementsCreate a PivotTable Attach an SQL statement to database objectsModify a PivotTableWorking with a PivotChart Integrating the Internet Work with hyperlink fieldsCreating Advanced FormsDesigning a form based on joined tables Managing DatabasesAutomating data entry Work with database utilities to optimise resourcesGrouped control Secure data by database replicationHow to improve the user interfaceDesigning subforms Security Fundamentals Protect databasesMacrosCreate and run macrosAttach macros to events of database objectsCreating Advanced MacrosCreate macros to provide user interactionCreate macros requiring user decisionUse AutoKeys and AutoExec macros
    • Getting Started Controlling Program ExecutionIntroduction to access programming Understanding control-of-flow structuresUnderstanding the development environment Working with boolean expressionsUsing VB help Using the if...end if decision structures Using the select case...end select structureDeveloping with Procedures and Functions Using the for...next structureUnderstanding and creating modules Using the for each...next structureDefining procedures Using the do...loop structureCreating a sub-procedure Guidelines for use of branching structuresCalling proceduresUtilising the immediate window to call Working with Recordsetsprocedures Declaring and creating object variablesMaking and naming a function procedure Working with the ADODB recordset objectWorking using the code editor Specifying a recordset cursor type Locking records for updatingUnderstanding Objects Specifying a recordset cursor location - optionalUnderstanding classes and objects Using the cache size property - optionalNavigating the Access object hierarchy Understanding recordset cursor properties -Understanding collections optionalUsing the object browserWorking with the application object Debugging the CodeUnderstanding the form object Defining errorsWorking with properties Working with debugging toolsUsing the with statement Determining breakpointsWorking with methods How to step through codeUnderstanding the DoCmd object Working with break mode during run modeWorking with events Identifying the value of expressionsUnderstanding the order of events Handling ErrorsUtilising Intrinsic Functions, Variables and Understanding error handlingExpressions Understanding VBAs error trapping optionsDefining expressions and statements Trapping errors with the on error statementHow to declare variables Understanding the error objectDetermining data types Writing an error handling routineProgramming with variable scope Working with inline error handlingHarnessing intrinsic functionsDefining constants and using intrinsic constantsAdding message boxes and using input boxesHow to declare and use object variablesetting StartedThe Visio Drawing WindowToolbarsOverview of Templates, Stencils and ShapesChanging View SettingsDrawing ToolsCreating New DrawingsDrawing Closed ShapesDrawing Open ShapesUsing the Freeform toolDrawing Compound LinesFinding Stencils and ShapesCreating Basic DiagramsSelection Techniques
    • Connecting ShapesMoving and Deleting ShapesAligning ShapesDistributing ShapesRotating ShapesGrouping ShapesFormatting ShapesShape formattingAdding Text to ShapesFormatting TextDuplicating ShapesScaling and resizing ShapesUsing Themes (2007 version only)Working with PagesInserting, Naming and Deleting PagesPage and Printer SetupCreating Background PagesInserting Headers and FootersBuilding DiagramsCreating Organisation ChartsAdding Multiple ShapesModifying Chart LayoutsCreating a FlowchartCreating a Brainstorming DiagramUsing the Brainstorming Outline WindowVesioetting StartedThe Visio Drawing WindowToolbarsOverview of Templates, Stencils and ShapesChanging View SettingsDrawing ToolsCreating New DrawingsDrawing Closed ShapesDrawing Open ShapesUsing the Freeform toolDrawing Compound LinesFinding Stencils and Shapes
    • Creating Basic DiagramsSelection TechniquesConnecting ShapesMoving and Deleting ShapesAligning ShapesDistributing ShapesRotating ShapesGrouping ShapesFormatting ShapesShape formattingAdding Text to ShapesFormatting TextDuplicating ShapesScaling and resizing ShapesUsing Themes (2007 version only)Working with PagesInserting, Naming and Deleting PagesPage and Printer SetupCreating Background PagesInserting Headers and FootersBuilding DiagramsCreating Organisation ChartsAdding Multiple ShapesModifying Chart LayoutsCreating a FlowchartCreating a Brainstorming DiagramUsing the Brainstorming Outline WindowCreating Technical Layouts Diagramming and DataUnderstanding Layers Adding Shape DataCreating, Removing and Renaming Layers Creating Custom PropertiesSetting Layer Properties Generating Property ReportsControlling Shape Placement Importing and Exporting DataSetting a Drawing Scale Working with Data SourcesWorking with Building Plan Layouts The Database WizardDrawing with PrecisionUsing Perspective Advanced Custom Shape DesignWorking with Area Measurements Creating New Shapes Revising Existing ShapesExploring Advanced Diagrams Locking and Protecting ShapesCreate work flow diagrams Creating Custom StencilsCreate Fishbone (Cause and Effect) diagrams Adding Shapes to the StencilUse Calendars, Gantt and PERT charts Saving the StencilCreate easy-to-read maps and route directionsShare point-10
    • NTRODUCTION TO SHAREPOINT 2010 WORKFLOWOverview of 2010 What is WorkflowSites and Site Collections Starting a workflowWeb parts Verifying workflow statusUsing the RibbonLists SEARCHLibraries Site SearchMetadata Advanced SearchRecycle Bin MANAGING OTHER CONTENTSHAREPOINT LISTS NewsWhat are Lists SurveysUsing Lists WikisList Views BlogsExporting ListsSHAREPOINT LIBRARIESDocument LibrariesPicture LibrariesForms LibrariesUploading DocumentsSaving DocumentsCheck-InCheck-OutDocument VersioningDocument ApprovalUsing Library viewsExporting Library informationSING THE WEB BROWSER TO CUSTOMIZE SHAREPOINTSharePoint publishing featuresDocument libraries and Web PartsCreate new pages and add contentApply different master pages and CSS to sitesSharePoint themesChange the navigationOffice authoring customizationsCreate workflows using the browserSHAREPOINT DESIGNER BASICSConnect to an existing SharePoint siteNavigate within SharePoint DesignerSharePoint site foldersCreate new pages and contentEditing featuresDifferentiation between editing publishing and non-publishing sitesCREATING SHAREPOINT SITES USING SHAREPOINT DESIGNERCreate a new site and publish the site to the existing site collectionAdd new SharePoint content to the site including Web Parts, forms, and tablesCustom behavioursWeb componentsCONTENT PAGESUnderstand the role of page layouts
    • Work with out-of-the-box page layoutsInner workings of page layoutsBuild new page layoutsCASCADING STYLE SHEETSReview the out-of-the-box CSS files and classesModify out-of-the-box CSS filesCreate new CSS filesSAVING SITES AS TEMPLATESDifferences between templates and site definitionsExport or save customized site as a SharePoint site templateCreate a new site in SharePoint based on a custom templateSING THE WEB BROWSER TO CUSTOMIZE SHAREPOINTSharePoint publishing featuresDocument libraries and Web PartsCreate new pages and add contentApply different master pages and CSS to sitesSharePoint themesChange the navigationOffice authoring customizationsCreate workflows using the browserSHAREPOINT DESIGNER BASICSConnect to an existing SharePoint siteNavigate within SharePoint DesignerSharePoint site foldersCreate new pages and contentEditing featuresDifferentiation between editing publishing and non-publishing sitesCREATING SHAREPOINT SITES USING SHAREPOINT DESIGNERCreate a new site and publish the site to the existing site collectionAdd new SharePoint content to the site including Web Parts, forms, and tablesCustom behavioursWeb componentsCONTENT PAGESUnderstand the role of page layoutsWork with out-of-the-box page layoutsInner workings of page layoutsBuild new page layoutsCASCADING STYLE SHEETSReview the out-of-the-box CSS files and classesModify out-of-the-box CSS filesCreate new CSS files
    • SAVING SITES AS TEMPLATESDifferences between templates and site definitionsExport or save customized site as a SharePoint site templateCreate a new site in SharePoint based on a custom templateCREATING WORKFLOW WITH SHAREPOINT CONTROLSDESIGNER Understand the overall role of controls inUse the Workflow Designer Wizard to create custom SharePoint Server 2010workflows Review types of controls availableLocation and composition of workflow files ASP.NET controlsCreating Re-usable workflows SharePoint controlsDeploy workflows to SharePoint document librariesand lists MASTER PAGESSave and execute your workflow Working with the out-of-the-box master pagesRun the workflow and review workflow status in Create new master pagesyour SharePoint site Add and configure menu controls on master pagesReview workflow log Manage master pages Apply CSS to master pagesCREATE AND CONFIGURE DATA SOURCESOverview of each data source SITE ADMINISTRATION USING SHAREPOINTConnect with external databases DESIGNERConnect to another SharePoint library within your Configure contributor settingssite collection Check site’s status with reports including usageOverview of InfoPath forms analysisLink data sources Migrate SharePoint sites including back up and restoreDATA VIEWS AND CONDITIONALFORMATTINGCreate a data viewImport fieldsConditional formattingApply filtering and styleEdit, delete, and insert commandsWhat is Microsoft SharePoint?
    • Microsoft SharePoint makes it easier for people to work together. Using SharePoint, staff can set up Websites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports tohelp everyone make better decisions.It is designed as a centralized replacement for multiple Web applications and supports variouscombinations of enterprise website requirements. It is typically associated with Web contentmanagement and document management systems.SharePoints multi-purpose platform allows for managing and provisioning of intranet portals, extranetsand websites, document management and file management, collaboration spaces, social networkingtools, enterprise search, business intelligence tooling, process/information integration, and third-partydeveloped solutions. SharePoint can also be used as a Web application development platform.
    • sing logical functions PivotTables and PivotChartsNaming ranges Using the PivotTable Wizard- Creating named ranges Rearranging PivotTables- Using named ranges in formulas Using the PivotTable toolbarThe IF function (recap) Creating PivotChartsCreating nested IF functions Using Slicers to manipulate PivotTablesAND and OR functionsCombining logical functions Using analytical options Using Goal SeekWorking with lookups Using the Solver add-inThe VLOOKUP function Working with scenariosThe HLOOKUP function - Creating and saving scenarios - Viewing scenariosAdvanced list managementUsing data validation Macros- Setting criteria for entry of text, values and dates Creating macros- Creating a dropdown list Using the macro recorderUsing database functions Viewing and editing macro VBA code- Setting up criteria- DSUM- DAVERAGE- DCOUNT