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Office Suite 2008 – What’s New?

Office Suite 2008 – What’s New?

[ TTOFFICE08WN ]

£48.00

Presented by Beth Bruestle, this Office Suite 2008 – What’s New? training course will teach you about the major changes to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint® as well as the user interface.

Take a look at many of the new features in Microsoft® Office Suite 2008 in this Office Suite 2008 – What’s New? series. Improved features help you manage information, organize your work, and stay connected.

A. What’s New in Office 2008?
Introducing the new features in Office 2008 pt. 1
Introducing the new features in Office 2008 pt. 2
Using the toolbars
Using the Elements gallery
Working with charts
Using SmartArt™ graphics pt. 1
Using SmartArt graphics pt. 2
Using WordArt
Using the Office Toolbox
Using document themes
Saving files to PDF
Using Automator workflows

B. Word 2008
Using document elements
Using Publishing Layout view
Using Publication templates
Using ligatures
Using Compatibility mode pt. 1
Using Compatibility mode pt. 2
Opening Word 2008 in earlier versions of Word

C. Excel 2008
Using ledger sheets
Using the Formula Builder
Using Formula AutoComplete
Creating charts
Understanding the new XML file format pt. 1
Understanding the new XML file format pt. 2
Opening Excel 2008 files in earlier versions of Excel

D. PowerPoint 2008
Using slide themes
Creating a custom layout
Sending presentations to iPhoto™
Using Dynamic guides
Understanding the new XML file format pt. 1
Understanding the new XML file format pt. 2
Opening PowerPoint 2008 files in earlier versions of PowerPoint

PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Length of Subscription: 12 Months Online On-Demand Access
Running Time: 1 Hour
Platform:  MAC 
Level: Beginner to Advanced
Project Files: Included

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Stream your training via the internet, or download to your computer and supported mobile device, including iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and most Android devices.


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