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Computer Literacy

The goal is to obtain intermediate skills with computers and basic office applications. In particular, it is about working with a text editor, spreadsheet calculator, and making presentations.

What are you going to learn

  1. Microsoft Word 2010
    Understanding the ribbon
    Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
    Creating and Saving a Document
    Highlighting Text
    Copying and Pasting
    Cutting and Pasting
    Undo command
    Working with Headings
    Creating Custom Headings
    Changing the Font Face, Size, and Color
    Page Margins
    Line Spacing
    Indenting Paragraphs
    Section Breaks
    Page Numbering
    Inserting Footnotes
    Creating Tables
    Bullets and Custom Bullets
    Thesaurus and Dictionary
    Spell check
    Drop Cap
    Default Time Savers
    Mail Merge
    Layer Two Fill Effect
  2. Microsoft Excel 2010
    Getting to Know Excel
    Creating Formulas
    Formulas that will Add
    Formulas that will Subtract
    Applying Your Knowledge & Skills
    Formulas that will Multiply
    Formulas that will Divide
    Formulas that will Find the Average
    Formulas that will Find the Maximum
    Complex Formulas
    Applying Borders
    Using Merge and Center
    Adding Color to a Cell
    Applying Currency
    Re-sizing Columns and Rows
    Adding and Deleting Rows and Columns
    Applying Freeze Panes
    Moving Tabs
    Renaming Tabs
    Changing Tab Colors
    Adding and Deleting Worksheets
    Applying Your Knowledge and skills
    Changing the Background
    Removing Grid lines
    Auto Fill
    Copying Formulas
    Creating Charts
    Adding Comments
    Wrapping the text
    Text Orientation
  3. Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
    Navigating PowerPoint 2010  
    Adding New Slides
    Formatting Text
    Adding Clip Art
    Previewing a Presentation
    Working with Animation
    Advanced Animation
    Adding Backgrounds
    Presentation views
    Master views
    Adding slide numbers
    Slide Transition
    Adding Sound to a Presentation
    Saving a PowerPoint Presentation
    Saving PowerPoint as a PDF
    Saving PowerPoint as a Video
    Saving Pictures as JPEGs
    Mouse-over effect
    Mouse-click effect
    Creating a Banner in PowerPoint
    Best practices
    Creating Word Games
    Jeopardy in PowerPoint
    Clock Transition

How the course is organized

Full time study  

The course consists of 12 lectures, each lasting 1,5 hours.

Part time study

The course is taught in 3 tutorials, each lasting 1,5 hours.