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Microsoft Windows

Microsoft Windows provides a graphical user interface, virtual memory management, multitasking, and support for many peripheral devices.

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W10

Using Microsoft Windows 10

This course will equip learners to perform basic work-related tasks on a PC running the Windows 10 operating system.

Course duration

Duration

6 hours

Course Target Audience

Target Audience

This course is designed for learners who are new to computers and need to use the features and functionality of the Windows 10 operating system for personal and/or professional reasons.

Course skill level

Skill Level

Foundation

Course Prerequisites

Prerequisites

No particular prerequisite skills are required, but any previous exposure to personal computers and the Internet is helpful.

01: Accessing Windows 10

This lesson will cover how to get started with Windows 10, navigate the Windows 10 desktop, use the start menu.

02: Using Windows Universal Apps and Desktop Applications

This lesson will cover how to use desktop applications, use Windows universal apps, multitask with open apps, install apps from Windows store.

03: Working With Files and Folders

This lesson will cover how to manage files and folders with file explorer, and store and share files with OneDrive.

04: Using Cortana and Edge

This lesson will cover how to get to know Cortana, use Cortana as a personal assistant, and browse the web with edge.

05: Customizing the Windows 10 Environment

This lesson will cover how to customize the start menu, and customize the desktop and lock screen.

06: Installing and Removing Devices

This lesson will cover how to manage printers, and manage peripheral devices.

07: Using Windows 10 Security Features

This lesson will cover how to manage passwords and privacy levels, and use Windows Defender.

Transition to Window 10 from Windows 7

In this course, learners will gain a foundational understanding of how to operate their PC within the Windows 10 environment, Upon completion of this course, learners be able to take full advantage of the many sharing, storing, and multi-platform benefits inherent in the Windows 10 operating system.

Course duration

Duration

6 hours

Course Target Audience

Target Audience

This course is designed for learners who who wish to switch from using a PC running a previous version of Windows to using a PC running on the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system in a business or work-related environment.

Course skill level

Skill Level

Foundation

Course Prerequisites

Prerequisites

Learners should have a prior working knowledge of the Windows 7 operating system and be proficient in the general use of personal computers and related peripheral devices. 

08: Navigating the Windows 10 Environment

This lesson will cover how to log in to Windows 10, navigate the desktop, and navigate in tablet mode.

09: Working With Apps and Desktop Applications

This lesson will cover how to customize the start menu and taskbar, use Windows 10 apps and desktop applications, multitask with apps and desktop applications, and use file explorer.

10: Using Cortana And Edge

This lesson will cover how to get to know Cortana, use Cortana as a personal assistant, and browse the web.

11: Managing Windows 10

This lesson will cover how to configure settings, and use the desktop administrative tools.

12: Securing Your Computer

This lesson will cover how to set new password types, use windows defender, and use other security features.

13: Using Backup and Recovery Tools

This lesson will cover how to use file history and repair your system.

W8

Using Microsoft Windows 8.1

This course will equip learners to perform basic work-related tasks on a PC running the Windows 8.1 operating system.

Course duration

Duration

6 hours

Course Target Audience

Target Audience

This course is designed for learners who are new to computers and need to use the features and functionality of the Windows 8.1 operating system for personal and/or professional reasons.

Course skill level

Skill Level

Foundation

Course Prerequisites

Prerequisites

No particular prerequisite skills are required, but any previous exposure to personal computers and the Internet is helpful.

01: Getting To Know PCs and the Windows 8.1 User Interface

This lesson will cover how to identify components of a personal computer, sign in to Windows 8.1, and navigate the start screen.

02: Using Windows Store Apps and Navigation Features

This lesson will cover how to access and identify the charms, Windows store apps and common navigation features, and multitask with apps.

03: Working With Desktop Applications

This lesson will cover how to navigate the desktop, manage files and folders with file explorer, elements of a desktop window, and create and modify files with desktop applications.

04: Using Internet Explorer 11

This lesson will cover how to navigate Internet Explorer 11, browse the web, and use Internet Explorer 11 on the desktop.

05: Customizing the Windows 8.1 Environment

This lesson will cover how to customize the start screen, and customize the desktop.

06: Using Windows 8.1 Security Features

This lesson will cover how to set privacy levels and passwords, use Windows Defender, and store and share files with SkyDrive.



Microsoft Windows 8 and Office 2013: Making the Transition

This course will equip learners with a prior knowledge of Windows 7 and Office 2007 or 2010 to perform common tasks within the Windows 8 environment and Office 2013.

Course duration

Duration

6 hours

Course Target Audience

Target Audience

This course is designed for learners who who wish to switch from using a PC running a previous version of Windows to using a PC running on the Microsoft Windows 8 operating system and Office 2013 in a business or work-related environment.

Course skill level

Skill Level

Intermediate

Course Prerequisites

Prerequisites

Learners should have a prior working knowledge of the Windows 7 operating system and Office 2007 or 2010. Learners should be proficient in the general use of personal computers and related peripheral devices and should have experience using either Office 2007 or 2010.

07: Navigating the Windows 8 Environment

This lesson will cover how to log in to Windows 8, navigate the start screen, and navigate the desktop.

08: Working With Common Features

This lesson will cover how to use modern apps, use the charms, use file explorer, and use the control panel and the task manager.

09: Customizing The Windows 8 Environment

This lesson will cover how to customize the start screen, and customize the desktop.

10: Getting Started With Microsoft Office 2013

This lesson will cover how to common features, and Office 2013 and the cloud.

11: Working With Microsoft Word 2013

This lesson will cover how to edit a pdf, work with tables, edit documents, and read documents.

12: Working With Microsoft Excel 2013

This lesson will cover how to streamline workflow with templates, accelerate data insertion with flash fill, incorporate charts, and analyze data.

13: Working With Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

This lesson will cover how to apply a theme from the start screen, leverage the enhanced presenter view, and incorporate objects.

14: Working With Microsoft Outlook 2013

This lesson will cover how to navigate through mail, calendars, contacts, and tasks, and connect to social networks.



Microsoft Windows 8.1 Tablet for Business Use

In this course, you will learn how to set up, configure, and secure a Windows 8.1 tablet, run and use various apps, manage files, use your tablet in conjunction with other devices, and search for information.

Course duration

Duration

6 hours

Course Target Audience

Target Audience

This course is designed for students with some experience using Windows® XP, Vista®, or 7 who wish to learn how to use a Windows 8.1 tablet for business use.

Course skill level

Skill Level

Foundation

Course Prerequisites

Prerequisites

Learners should be familiar with using personal computers, preferably some version of Microsoft Windows such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.

15: Getting Started With Your Microsoft Windows 8.1 Tablet

This lesson will cover how to identify components of a Windows 8.1 tablet, launch apps and navigate from the start screen, enter text using the touch interface, and navigate between apps.

16: Managing Apps

This lesson will cover how to set up a Microsoft account, and install and configure apps.

17: Finding Information

This lesson will cover how to use Windows 8.1 search, use internet explorer, and obtain help and support.

18: Sharing Information

This lesson will cover how to use mail, use Windows 8.1 spelling check, and share from apps.

19: Managing Files

This lesson will cover how to manage files with file explorer, and search within files.

20: Configuring Your Tablet

This lesson will cover how to configure the start screen, configure settings, add and remove devices, configure and use printing devices, configure display devices, and maintain your hardware.

21: Securing Your Tablet

This lesson will cover how to secure your tablet physically, secure your tablet software and files, and secure your network and web access.

W7

Using Microsoft Windows 7

This course will equip learners to perform basic work-related tasks on a PC running the Windows 7 operating system.

Course duration

Duration

6 hours

Course Target Audience

Target Audience

This course is designed for learners who are new to computers and need to use the features and functionality of the Windows 7 operating system for personal and/or professional reasons.

Course skill level

Skill Level

Foundation

Course Prerequisites

Prerequisites

No particular prerequisite skills are required, but any previous exposure to personal computers and the Internet is helpful.

01: Getting Started With Personal Computers

This lesson will cover how to identify personal computer basics, identify input devices, identify output devices, identify storage devices, set up the computer, and examine personal computer functionality.

02: Exploring Windows 7 Operating System

This lesson will cover how to log on to windows 7 operating system, explore the desktop, work with windows, use Windows help and support, and turn off personal computers.

03: Managing Folders and Files

This lesson will cover how to navigate to folders with Windows explorer, work with folders and files, and copy data on storage media.

04: Using Common Tools and Programs

This lesson will cover how to examine application software, create a document in Wordpad, work with the calculator, and customize a graphic with the paint tool.

05: Customizing the Windows 7 Desktop

This lesson will cover how to customize the start menu, customize the taskbar, personalize the desktop, set a screen saver, and add gadgets.

06: Browsing the Internet

This lesson will cover an overview of networks, and how to browse websites with Internet Explorer 8.



Windows 7: Transition from Windows XP

In this course, learners will learn how to use the new features in Windows 7 to streamline workflow efficiency and business productivity.

Course duration

Duration

6 hours

Course Target Audience

Target Audience

This course is designed for learners who who wish to switch from using a PC running a previous version of Windows to using a PC running on the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system in a business or work-related environment.

Course skill level

Skill Level

Intermediate

Course Prerequisites

Prerequisites

Learners should have a prior working knowledge of the Windows XP operating system and be proficient in the general use of personal computers and related peripheral devices. 

07: Exploring the New Features on The Windows 7 Desktop

This lesson will cover how to log on to Windows 7, explore the desktop context menu options, and explore the Windows 7 taskbar.

08: Working With Enhanced File and Folder Management

This lesson will cover how to examine enhancements in Windows Explorer, work with libraries, work with Windows, and share files and folders.

09: Working With the New and Enhanced Programs in Windows 7

This lesson will cover how to work with new accessories, work with the enhanced accessories, browse the internet using Internet Explorer 8, use the Windows media center, and set up and manage removable devices.

10: Securing the Computer Using Enhanced and New Features

This lesson will cover how to apply security settings, and troubleshoot problems.

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Hardware requirements

Hardware Requirements

Check hardware requirements.

Course date

Date

At your earliest convenience

Course delivery options

Delivery Options and Class Capacity

Classroom, seminar/demo, e-learning, live online

Course location

Location

Your place of business

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