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Upgrading to Microsoft Office 2013

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Course duration

  • 1 Days

Course Outline

In this Upgrading to Microsoft Office 2013 course, you will learn all about the new features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. This course covers everything that is new since 2003 and starts out with a lesson that covers the features that are new across all four programs. This course is appropriate for anyone upgrading from 2003, 2007, and 2010 versions of Office.

  • Learn the features in common across all Office 2013 software.
  • Learn how to pin favorites.
  • Learn to quickly upgrade to using Excel 2013.
  • Learn to quickly upgrade to using Word 2013.
  • Learn to quickly upgrade to using PowerPoint 2013.
  • Learn to quickly upgrade to using Outlook 2013.
  1. Common Features across All Office 2013 Products
    1. The Ribbon
      1. Tabs
      2. Groups
      3. Commands
      4. Commands
    2. The Quick Access Toolbar
      1. Adding Common Commands
      2. Adding Additional Commands with the Customize Dialog Box
      3. Adding Ribbon Commands or Groups
      4. Placement
    3. Backstage View (The FILE Menu)
    4. Opening a File
    5. New Documents and Templates
    6. Printing Files
    7. Adding Your Name to Microsoft Office
    8. Pinning Favorites
    9. Using the Cloud
    10. Using the Cloud
  2. Upgrading to Excel 2013
    1. Starting Microsoft Excel
    2. Creating a Workbook
      1. Saving a Workbook
    3. Adding and Deleting Worksheets
      1. Closing a Workbook
    4. The Status Bar
    5. Using Formulas
    6. Tabs
    7. Groups
    8. Commands
    9. The HOME Tab
    10. On-demand Commands on the Ribbon
    11. Keyboard Shortcuts
    12. Working with Other Versions of Excel
      1. Opening Workbooks Created in Previous Excel Versions
      2. Saving an Excel File Created in a Previous Version
      3. Saving an Excel File as a Previous Version
    13. One Workbook per Window Feature
    14. Using Flash Fill
    15. Using Flash Fill
    16. Using Slicers to Filter Data
    17. Filtering Data with Slicers
    18. Creating a PivotTable Timeline
    19. Creating a Timeline
    20. Creating a Standalone PivotChart
  3. Upgrading to Outlook 2013
    1. Working with Messages
      1. Creating a Message
      2. Sending a Message
      3. Reading and Replying to a Message
    2. Conversation View
      1. Overview
      2. View and Work with Messages in a Conversation
      3. Ignore Conversations
      4. Cleaning Up Conversations
    3. Ribbon Tabs
      1. Groups
      2. Commands
      3. View Options
    4. Changing Your Outlook View
      1. Outlook Social Connector
    5. Working with the Backstage View
      1. Printing Emails and Other Outlook Items
    6. Keyboard Shortcuts
    7. Using KeyTips
    8. The Calendar Ribbon
    9. Searching in Outlook 2013
    10. The Screenshot Tool
    11. Quick Steps
  4. Upgrading to PowerPoint 2013
    1. Starting Microsoft PowerPoint
    2. Normal View
    3. Creating a Presentation
    4. Saving a Presentation
    5. Tabs, Groups, and Commands
      1. Tabs
      2. Groups
      3. Commands
    6. The HOME Tab
    7. Keyboard Shortcuts
    8. Animation Tools
      1. The Animation Painter
      2. The Animation Pane
    9. Working with Other Versions of PowerPoint
      1. Opening Presentations Created in Previous PowerPoint Versions
      2. Saving a PowerPoint File Created in a Previous Version
      3. Saving a PowerPoint File as a Previous Version
    10. Presenter View Changes
    11. Object Smart Guides
    12. Using PowerPoint Smart Guides
    13. Using Comments
    14. Using the Comments Feature
    15. Motion Path Changes
  5. Upgrading to Word 2013
    1. Starting Microsoft Word
    2. Creating a Document
    3. Saving a Document
    4. The Status Bar
    5. Closing a Document
    6. Tabs, Groups, and Commands
    7. Tabs
    8. Groups
    9. Commands
    10. Keyboard Shortcuts
    11. Using the Navigation Pane
    12. Working with Other Versions of Word
      1. Opening Documents Created in Previous Word Versions
      2. Saving a Word File Created in a Previous Version
      3. Saving a Word File as a Previous Version
    13. Using Read Mode
    14. The Object Zoom Feature
    15. Exploring the Read Mode and Object Zoom Features
    16. Editing PDF Documents in Microsoft Word
    17. Editing a PDF in Word
    18. Using Live Layout and Alignment Guides
      1. Live Layout
      2. Alignment Guides
    19. The Resume Reading Feature

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