Technology Training classes from the Department of Information Resources and Technologies

The Department of Information Resources and Technologies will host a variety of hour-long Technology Training classes for the Saint Xavier University community during the two-week period beginning on Mon., Jan. 28. Classes are free and registration is not required. For more information, please contact (773) 298-3291.

 

Mon., Jan. 28

Technology Training – Office 2010 Update, 2 p.m., Room L210

This class provides an overview of what is new and different in the Microsoft Office 2010 Suite compared to earlier versions. A PowerPoint presentation will show users the look and feel of Office 2010.

Office 2010 Update, 3 p.m., Room L210

This class provides an overview of what is new and different in the Microsoft Office 2010 Suite compared to earlier versions. A PowerPoint presentation will show users the look and feel of Office 2010.
Tues., Jan. 29

Word 2010 Update, 11 a.m., Room L210

This class will involve hands-on training for users to familiarize themselves with Microsoft Word 2010. Users will learn the about the new Office Button, Quick Access Toolbar, Ribbons, (menu bar replacements), Tabs, and Groups.

Excel 2010 Update, 1:30 p.m., Room L210

This class will involve hands-on training for users to familiarize themselves with Microsoft Excel 2010. Users will learn about the new Office Button, Quick Access Toolbar, Ribbons, (menu bar replacements), Tabs, and Groups.

 

Wed., Jan. 30

Mail Merge Using E-Mails, 9:30 a.m., Room L210

This class will involve hands-on training for users to familiarize themselves with mail merge in Microsoft Word 2010. Users will learn about the new Mailings tab and the commands associated with mail merge.

Calendaring in Outlook, 10:30 a.m., Room L210

This class is an overview of the capabilities of Microosft Outlook. The course will cover appointments, meeting schedules, department calendars, and calendar sharing. It also includes information about security settings for calendar sharing.

 

Thurs., Jan. 31

Tables in Excel 2010, 2 p.m., Room L210

A list in Microsoft Excel can also be used as flat database. This technique allows for the extrapolation of data in an easier manner. List creation also allows for the grouping of data using database commands. These commands will allow the user to apply specific criteria to obtain needed data. This class will also show how to bring specific criteria from one worksheet to another, and includes information about multiple sorts and filters.

 

Fri., Feb. 1

Excel 2010 Update, 1:30 p.m., Room L210

This class will involve hands-on training for users to familiarize themselves with Microsoft Excel 2010. Users will learn about the new Office Button, Quick Access Toolbar, Ribbons, (menu bar replacements), Tabs, and Groups.

 

Mon., Feb. 4

Office 2010 Update, 2 p.m., Room L210

This class provides an overview of what is new and different in the Microsoft Office 2010 Suite compared to earlier versions. A PowerPoint presentation will show users the look and feel of Office 2010.

Office 2010 Update, 3 p.m., Room L210

This class provides an overview of what is new and different in the Microsoft Office 2010 Suite compared to earlier versions. A PowerPoint presentation will show users the look and feel of Office 2010.

 

Thurs., Feb. 7

Excel 2010 Formulas, 11 a.m., Room L210

MS Excel has the ability to do numerous arithmetic functions. Financial, Date and Time, Math and Trigonometric, and Statistical are some of the categories of functions that are available to the user. The student will become familiar with the formula bar, how to access the various formulas, using absolute cell references when creating formulas, formatting the formulated data, and error checking.