Innovation & Technology

Computer Training Offered to County Employees

Title Description
Microsoft Office 2010 - Making the Transition If you are making the switch from an earlier version to Microsoft Office 2010 and want to learn your way around the newest version, this course is for you.  We'll help you get familiar with the changes and new options, and show you how to perform essential everyday tasks. This course will explore the Backstage View, Tabs and Ribbons, Quick Access Toolbar, Compatibility, Printing and Saving, Getting Help, and other features that are common to all the Office 2010 programs.  This is a hands-on course that will help you make a smooth transition to our newest software package.  It is highly recommended that you take this course prior to enrolling in any of the new program-specific classes (Word 2010, Excel 2010, etc.)
Word 2010 Introduction This course will teach you all the necessary skills to create and work with documents in Microsoft Word 2010.  The topics covered will include getting familiar with the interface, creating documents, selecting text, formatting and editing text, formatting paragraphs, inserting graphics, changing views, editing page setup, and printing documents. It is recommended that employees complete IT 190 prior to enrolling in this course.

Excel 2010 Introduction This course will teach you the skills necessary to create and format a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel 2010.  The topics covered will include getting familiar with the interface, entering data, formatting data, adding worksheet formatting, creating basic formulas, using shortcuts, and changing views. It is recommended that employees complete IT 190 prior to enrolling in this course.

PowerPoint 2010 Introduction This course will teach you the skills necessary to create basic presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.  The topics covered will include getting familiar with the interface, creating slides, editing slides, formatting slides, using placeholders, adding transitions, and running your presentation.  It is recommended that employees complete IT 190 prior to enrolling in this course.

Publisher 2010 Introduction This course will teach you the skills necessary to create basic publications in Microsoft Publisher 2010. The topics covered will include getting familiar with the interface, creating a publication from a template, working with colors and backgrounds, using page layouts, customizing templates, using building blocks, adding graphics, and working with text flow.  It is recommended that employees complete IT 190 prior to enrolling in this course.

Lotus Notes Lotus Notes Introduction will give you the basics of E-mail, Calendars and To Do Lists, with the main focus being E-mail functions. Included will be creating mail messages, formatting, spell checking, delivery options, replying, forwarding, attachments, and managing your e-mail account using folders. You will set up archiving and learn about the "Out of Office" feature. Also included will be setting up your local address book, using Calendars and scheduling meetings and using the "To Do" function for organizing your work activities.

Arcview Basic functions of ArcView software. Components of Geographic data, capturing, storing, querying and analyzing data. The directory tree structure, data location and basic projection, scale and tool-bar functions.

CONTACT US

  • David Hulst
    Director
  • 12220 Fillmore St
    Room 320
    West Olive, MI 49460
  • Monday - Friday:
    8:00am - 5:00pm

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