Curriculum – Sample

NOTE: This page includes a sampling of a course curriculum that could be offered to learners of Microsoft Office 2007 software.

Microsoft Office – The Basics

Each Microsoft Office application offers a unique way to manage information. The key is to determine the appropriate application that meets your need. This website includes basic information pertaining to Microsoft Office 2007 version. However many of the options covered in these tutorials are applicable to the 2010 version as well.

DIRECTIONS: Each tutorial will explain basic features and functions of the Microsoft Office 2007 software applications. To launch a tutorial, click the blue underlined text, also called a hypertext link and the tutorial will open in a new window. To close a tutorial at any time, click the red “X” button in the upper right corner of the window.

 

TUTORIAL 1: Navigation

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Navigation. This tutorial will cover the basics of navigating in the Microsoft Office Applications.  Click here to launch the tutorial.

 

TUTORIAL 2: Word 

MSWordIconWord is a word processor application that is used to create anything from letters to documents or even labels. This tutorial will cover the most commonly functions in Word including formatting text, using spell check, and manage the page layout.  Click here to launch the tutorial.

 

TUTORIAL 3: Excel

MSExcelIconExcel is a spreadsheet application that is used to calculate and manage data. This tutorial will cover the basics using some of the most commonly used functions in Excel.  Click here to launch the tutorial.

 

TUTORIAL 4: PowerPoint

MSPwrPointIconPowerPoint is a presentation application that is used to present information in both a graphical and text based format. This tutorial will cover some of the most commonly used functions in PowerPoint.  Click here to launch the tutorial.