|Webinars or web training on Microsoft Office 2010 to master the new Ribbon, manage the Office 2010 interface, and learn new features.|
Join Dawn Bjork Buzbee, a popular software speaker, Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), and certified Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor, to discover what you need to know to easily make the switch to Office 2010 and to smoothly move between different versions of Microsoft Office. Find out how to easily work with the new and improved features in Office 2010.
Microsoft Office 2010 Training for You
Web training for What's New in Office 2010 is offered in two parts of one hour each (I have so much to share--these will be packed with content!).
Session descriptions below.
We do not currently have an upcoming series of webinars scheduled for Microsoft Office 2010 although we are welcome the opportunity to book customized, private web training sessions for your organization.
Fortunately, you can quickly learn what you need to know about Office 2010 with these video recordings of a recent webinar series:
Still struggling with Office 2010? What can you expect when you are upgraded to Microsoft Office 2010? Save weeks of frustration and take away timesaving tips, tactics, and techniques in this content-packed web session.
For users of Microsoft Office 2003 or 2002/XP, Office 2010 is the most significant update in over a decade! Even though the core function of each program remains, the look and feel of Office 2010 is dramatically different. Familiar menus and toolbars are gone, a radical user interface was added, and well-known steps need to be re-learned.
In Part 1 explore (1 hour):
- 5 key changes to the Microsoft Office 2010 interface
- How to manage new file formats and file compatibility
- Microsoft Office 2010 tips, tricks, and shortcuts
Can't attend one of the dates below? Shortly after a webinar is completed, all registrants will receive access to the webinar recording to watch online at their convenience.
>>Review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Are your favorite commands in Office 2010 missing in action? Frustrated by new features and hidden commands? What improvements does Microsoft Office 2010 offer you in the programs you use every day?
Even though the core function of each program remains, the look and feel of Office 2010 is dramatically different. In addition to a brand new user interface, a number of features in the top Office 2010 programs have been added or updated. What was changed and how can you easily take advantage of these improvements?
In Part 2 explore (1 hour):
- Top New Features in Microsoft Office Outlook 2010
- Top New Features in Microsoft Office Word 2010
- Top New Features in Microsoft Office Excel 2010
- Top New Features in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010
Can't attend one of the dates above? Shortly after a webinar is completed, all registrants will receive access to the webinar recording to watch online at their convenience.
>>Review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Both for only $60!
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What is a webinar?
A webinar is web-based video and audio training delivered directly to your computer via the Internet. Learn great software tips and techniques from Dawn Bjork Buzbee, Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and a Microsoft certified expert, and apply your knowledge immediately!
What if I can't attend?
Shortly after a webinar is completed, all registrants will receive access to the webinar recording to watch at their convenience even if they were not able to watch the live webinar.
Who should attend?
Anyone who is already using Microsoft Office 2010 or will be upgraded soon. Without the insider tips and shortcuts, you may literally be wasting weeks of your valuable time.
Each registration is per computer. Watch with a friend at your computer, organize a Lunch & Learn for your office conference room, or attend from the privacy of your desk. Each registration is just for you; please do not share the confirmation with someone in a different location.
How do I attend? What equipment do I need?
To deliver the webinars to your computer, we work with GoToWebinar which uses either your phone or VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol), so you listen right from your own computer speakers via your Internet connection. I recommend you use an inexpensive USB headset that plugs into your computer for better sound quality and privacy from your office neighbors. Open this Audio Checklist for tips on the best ways to hear the web broadcast.
Once your registration is received, you will be sent a confirmation message and more details about attending the webinar of your choice. To get ready, click here for a GoToWebinar Quick Reference Guide which should answer your questions about the process and recommended equipment.
What time do I attend the webinar?
Each webinar is scheduled for one hour based on a start time in the Mountain time zone (indicated for each webinar). Here are some tools to help you confirm your time zone:
Can I ask questions?
Although I look forward to answering questions in longer training sessions, these webinars are not interactive (i.e., participants ask questions) to make sure that you receive as many valuable tips as possible. As you have likely experienced in other training, one person’s issue may not apply to everyone else attending the seminar. Overwhelmingly, the feedback is that attendees would rather have more great ideas in each session. I will be sharing insider tips throughout and will give you another way to ask your questions before and after the webinars.
Don't miss these opportunities to discover the shortcuts and tips for switching to Office 2010. Register today for your choice of one or both webinars on What's New in Microsoft Office 2010?.