Computer Basics

Course Level :

Duration : 2 Months

Category : Computer basics



The Basic Computer Course includes:
1. Microsoft Word: In this course you will use the advanced features of word 2016 for document and content management, and advanced formatting. The candidates will be able to create and manage professional documents of four pages or more for a variety of specialized purposes and situations. They will customize their Word expert-level documents include a business plan, a research paper, a book, a specialized brochure, and a mass mailing .Candidate roles may include editors, project managers, educators and others.
Lesson 1 - Create a Document
Lesson 2 - Navigate Through a Document
Lesson 3 - Format a Document
Lesson 4 - Customize Options and Views for Documents
Lesson 5 - Print and Save Document
Lesson 6 - Insert Text and Paragraphs
Lesson 7 - Format Text and Paragraphs
Lesson 8 - Order and Group Text and Paragraphs
Lesson 9 - Create a Table
Lesson 10 - Modify a Table
Lesson 11 - Create and Modify a List
Lesson 12 - Create and Manage Reference Markers
Lesson 13 - Create and Manage a Simple References
Lesson 14 - Insert Graphics Elements
Lesson 15 - Format Graphic Elements
Lesson 16 - Insert and Format Smart Art Graphics

2. Microsoft Powerpoint: In this Microsoft PowerPoint a Successful candidates will have a fundamental understanding of the PowerPoint 2016. The Candidates create, edit, and enhance presentations and slideshows. 
Lesson 1 - Create Presentation 
Lesson 2 - Insert and Format Slides
Lesson 3 - Modify Slides, handouts, and Notes
Lesson 4 - Order and Group Slides
Lesson 5 - Change Presentation options and Views
Lesson 6 - Configure Presentation for Print
Lesson 7 - Configure and Present a Slide Show
Lesson 8 - Insert and Format Text
Lesson 9 - Insert and Format Shapes and Text Boxes
Lesson 10 - Insert and Format Images
Lesson 11 - Order and Group Objects
Lesson 12 - Insert and Format Tables
Lesson 13 - Insert and Format Charts
Lesson 14 - Insert and Format SmartArt graphics
Lesson 15 - Insert and Manage Media 
Lesson 16 - Apply Slides Transitions
Lesson 17 - Animate Slides Content
Lesson 18 - Set timing for Transitions and animations
Lesson 19 - Merge Content from Multiple Presentation

3. Microsoft Excel: The candidates will get to know the advanced understanding of the Excel Environment, and ability to guide others to the proper use of the program's features.  They will create, manage and distribute professional spreadsheets for a variety of specialized purposes and situations. hey will customize their Excel environments to meet project needs and to enhance productivity. Expert workbook examples include custom business templates, multiple-axis financial charts, amortization tables, and inventory schedules. candidate roles may include accountants, financial analysts, commercial bankers, and others
Lesson 1 - Manage Workbooks 
Lesson 2 - Manage Workbook Review
Lesson 3 - Apply custom Data Formats and validation
Lesson 4 - Apply Advance Conditional Formatting and Filtering
Lesson 5 - Create and Modify Custom Workbook Elements
Lesson 6 - Create a Workbook for Internationalization
Lesson 7 - Apply Functions in Formulas
Lesson 8 - Look up data by using Functions
Lesson 9 - Apply Advanced Date and Time Functions
Lesson 10 - Perform Data Analysis and Bussiness Intelligence
Lesson 11 - Troubleshoot Formulas
Lesson 12 - Define Named Range and Objects
Lesson 13 - Create Advanced Charts
Lesson 14 - Create and Manage Pivot Tables
Lesson 15 - Create and Manage Pivot Charts

4. Microsoft Access: The Microsoft Access is relational database software that allows small teams and individuals to easily organize and report on business data.You will be Learn the basics, such as how to create a database, navigate the Access application environment or organize data stored within Access tables. Or, graduate to more advanced skills like form customization, querying and sharing data across applications.
Microsoft Access courses will teach you how to:
Lesson 1- Create, design and encrypt Access databases
Lesson 2- Build and work with Access tables, relationships, keys and constraints
Lesson 3 - Query data
Lesson 4 - Manage and design interfaces with Access Forms
Lesson 5 - Produce basic to advanced reports
Lesson 6 - Automate tasks, procedures and functions with Macros and VBA
Lesson 7 - Customize Access configuration options