What is Microsoft Access? Microsoft Access is a database management system and is a part of Microsoft Office. Access for Office 2013 & Office 365 is the latest version of Microsoft's powerful program that allows users to store and track large amounts
Discover how to use database knowledge to track and analyze information. Learn to create meaningful reports and share valuable information. Learn to export information as a web page.
Our extensive computer training course will cover the following topics: Learn how to create databases, learn how to update records, learn how to use table wizards, learn how to work with queries, learn how to create calculated fields
What is Micorsoft Outlook? Microsoft Outlook is an extremely popular e-mail program used by over 500 million people worldwide. Outlook for Office 2013 & Office 365 is the latest version of the program and belongs to the Microsoft Office Suite product
What Are the Benefits of Learning Microsoft Outlook? Discover how to become more effective in your communication; Keep your calendar organized and become more time efficient; Build stronger relationships with an organized contact list; Get more done
What Will You Learn in Professor Teaches Outlook? Our extensive computer training course will cover the following topics: Learn how to use Outlook views; Learn how to read and reply to e-mail; Learn how to save attached files
Microsoft OneNote for Office 2013 and Office 365 is a digital notebook that is a part of the brand new Microsoft Office Home & Student suite. OneNote creates a single place to store all of your notes and information.
Our extensive computer training course will cover the following topics: Learn how to work with the Ribbon; Learn how to use Dock to Desktop; Learn how to take and save notes; Learn how to add pictures and equations
Every Professor Teaches Course Includes: Practice in a Realistic Simulation of the Software; Hundreds of Learning Topics; 4 to 8 Hours of Training per Course; Realistic Simulations; Beginner to Advanced Topics; Self-Paced Learning Objectives