When you think about efficiencies, don’t forget the basics! Below are some resources and sessions for general computer use, the Windows environment, and shared Microsoft Office tools. Going beyond the basics, if you need help with Access, we can do that too. These sessions are intended to help you make every minute count!
- Live, in-person or virtual: Sessions listed here can be delivered in live format, either in-person or via virtual connection. Contact us to discuss training for your organization!
- eLearning: Sessions listed with a Go To Session button have been recorded and are available for immediate access. Each eLearning session is $29 and approximately 1 hour in length or less.
- Certificates: Each eLearning session provides a certificate upon successful completion. Certificates provided upon request for live events.
After years of watching people use only a fraction of their fingers while typing, I finally decided keyboarding skills were important enough to include here. Increase your productivity simply by learning to use all your fingers! There are lots of resources available. Here are a few of my favorite no-fee sites that are also really fun! (A reasonable 1st goal is 35-40 words per minute, eventually growing your speed for the professional environment to 60-75 wpm).
www.typing-lessons.org – Great site, especially if you’re not ever sure where to begin
www.abcya.com/fifth_grade_computers.htm – Click on Skills for some silly but fun keyboarding games
www.powertyping.com – Teaching kids and adults how to type on a computer keyboard
Shapes & The Drawing Ribbon
Fun with shapes! Janet will show you how – and why – you might want to use shapes in your various Office applications, such as Tables of Organization and Flow Charts. She will also go over her favorite formatting and drawing tools for working with shapes. Topics include: inserting shapes, sizing and moving shapes, formatting and drawing tools.
Understanding an Access Database
In this session, we’ll we de-mystify Access and talk about relational databases in general. I’ll show you what makes them different –and more powerful – than using Excel and how they could improve your workflow. Though never the most popular Microsoft Office tool, Access does continue to serve a purpose. So, If you’ve ever worked with a database, created a VLOOKUP formula in Excel, or just like to learn new stuff, this session is for you!
Using an Access Database
So you’ve inherited an Access database (or I’ve designed one for you). Now what? In this session, you’ll learn user tools, navigation techniques, how to use the filter and search tools, and how to manipulate records. I recommend also watching: Understanding an Access Databases
Windows Tips & Tools
For every new version of Windows, there are new features that are not apparent unless someone tells you about them. In this course, we will share these features including desktop tricks, start menu tips, and tools to help you navigate the newest version of Windows efficiently.
“What Janet presents makes our jobs simpler. Her classes are just the right amount of time so that you do not drift and what she says has meaning. And when I say meaning, it’s truly an Ah-ha moment even for experienced users. Her knowledge, attitude, and personality make learning fun.”
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