|Office 2007 New Features
This course provides an introduction to the new interface and features of the Office 2007 suite. Hands-on exercises will help participants to gain familiarity with tools such as the new Office Button, Ribbon groups, galleries, contextual tabs, Live Preview, the Dialog Box Launcher, the Document Information Panel and more and they are found throughout the suite. Each Office application (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access) will be covered individually, introducing many of the new features which are unique to that application. Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: Navigate and use the new menus and tools in the Office 2007 interface. In Word,
students will use the new formatting tools including Quick styles, Themes, Cover Pages, and building Blocks. Students will also learn about the new privacy and publishing features and complete a mail merge. In Excel students will work with the new table options, conditional formatting, charting tools, and reports features. Custom auto-fills and linking data and charts between office programs will also be covered. The PowerPoint segment will cover the new navigation, creating slides with the new layouts and themes, and adding linked charts, and SmartArt graphics and photo albums.
Students will also learn how to use the new slide libraries to share slides between files. The new interface of Outlook
2007 will be explored. The new Access interface will be introduced and students will walk through creation of a simple
table, form, query and report. New reporting features will be highlighted.
Audience: Intro to experienced users of
previous versions of Microsoft Office who want to learn the differences between these applications and Office 2007.
Prerequisites: Proficiency through Level 1 of previous versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access.