Office 2013 Transition New Features

Course Length: 6hrs (1 Day)

Office 2013 Transition is a course designed for users currently using previous versions of Microsoft Office software (MS Office 2003 or 2007 or 2010) who want to discover how to use fun, efficient and social media features of Office 2013.

Learning Objectives:
In this course, you will:
- Discover New Features to Edit, Format, Save and Store Files
- Work With User Interface Updates and Create Custom Quick Access Toolbars and Ribbons
- Learn How Online Storage and Sharing Office Documents Works
- Use Touch/Mouse Modes
- Learn New Microsoft Word 2013 Features such as, Read Mode, Converting Portable Document Format Files to Word, Collapsing and Expanding Headings, Using Alignment Guides, Inserting Online Videos, and Inserting Online Pictures
- Learn New Microsoft Excel 2013 Features such as Using Flash Fill, Using the Quick Analysis Tool, Working with Recommended Charts and Pivot Tables, Filtering Table Data and PivotTables with Slicers and Timelines, and Power View and Power Pivot features
- Learn New Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Features such as Widescreen Support, Theme Variants, Merging Shapes, Eyedropper Tool, Using Smart Guides, and the Presenter View
- Learn New Microsoft Outlook 2013 Features such as the Navigation Bar, Peek Views, the Weather Bar, and using Contact Lists to include Social Media Contacts
- Create Access Databases for the Web using new features for creating objects such as Tables, Forms, Reports, and Macros and Import and Export Data to other programs with ease

Target Student:
This course is designed for users who are familiar with MS Office 2003, 2007 or 2010 and wish to discover the new and exciting features of Office 2013 in order to improve appearance of documents, facilitate easier use of spreadsheets, create dynamic presentations and develop easy-to-use databases, as well as enable the use of social media with Outlook.

Course Outline:
Section 1: New Features

User Interface Updates
Online Storage and Sharing Office Documents
Reading Resume
Using Touch/Mouse Modes

Section 2: Microsoft Word 2013 New Features
Using Read Mode
Converting Portable Document Format Files to Word
Collapsing and Expanding Headings
Using Alignment Guides
Inserting Online Videos
Inserting Online Pictures

Section 3: Microsoft Excel 2013 New Features

Understanding Multiple Workbook Windows
Using Flash Fill
Using the Quick Analysis Tool
Charting Improvements
Using PivotTables and PivotCharts Improvements
Filtering Table Data and PivotTables with Slicers

Section 4: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 New Features
Understanding Widescreen Support
Using Theme Variants
Merging Shapes
Using the Eyedropper Tool
Using Smart Guides
Using Master Level Guides
Exploring Presenter View

Section 5: Microsoft Outlook 2013 New Features
Exploring the Navigation Bar
Viewing Messages
Replying and Forwarding E-mail Using the Reading Pane
Using Peek Views
Using the Weather Bar 

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What You Get:

Certificate of completion

What You Need:

This course is intended for Microsoft Office 2013 users transitioning from Microsoft Office 2010.