If you have the time (20-50 minutes), I’m certain Microsoft has the free Office training that’s perfect for you!
GENERAL OFFICE 2003
- Help protect yourself: Security in Office Learn about security fundamentals in Microsoft Office programs and what you can do to help protect your computer and documents.
- Create an accessible Office document Find out what accessibility means and how people with disabilities experience your documents.
- Organize your clip art and other media The Clip Organizer tool arranges and catalogs clip art and other media files stored on your hard disk.
- See what you can do with the Research service Practice using this built-in research service.
- Digitally sign your own macros for stronger security Use the High macro security level and still run macros that you’ve written and signed without seeing security warnings.
- Customize your toolbars and menus Learn how to change existing toolbars and menus, including the shortcut menu, and how to create your own toolbars and menus.
- XML: What’s it all about? Learn the basics of XML, what it is and how it works, and how programs in the Office System help you use XML.
- Dig deeper into scheduling Learn the basic features and calculations when developing a project schedule.
- Linking Project Tasks Learn how to use task dependency types and lag and lead time.
- Present your project in Word, PowerPoint or Visio Learn to attractively and effectively display your project in other Microsoft Office programs or on a Web page.
- Get to know Visio Discover the variety of diagrams you can make, and then create your first diagram. Plus, learn important basics about shapes and stencils.
- Shapes I: Introductory basics you can’t live without
- Shapes II: Expertly position, stack, and group shapes
- Shapes III: Let’s talk about text
- Shapes IV: Let’s talk about text positioning
- Connect shapes the best way Learn how to create drawings by connecting shapes the right way
- A quick introduction to office layouts learn how to make an office layout diagram complete with walls, windows, furniture, and other accessories
- A quick introduction to block diagrams learn to create block diagrams
- Print large drawings and get the results you want
- A quick introduction to organization charts Create a basic organization chart, from dragging and dropping shapes to arranging them and adding photos.
- Use Visio drawings in presentations, documents, and publications add Visio drawings to files that you create using PowerPoint, Word, and Publisher so that you’ll always get exactly the results you want.
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