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CompTIA A+ Certification (COMP10443680) I completed training for my A+ certification at CompuTech Consultants in Irving, Texas. I passed both the hardware and software portions of the certifications and received my final certification on May 19, 2001.
CompTIA A+ Certification (COMP10443680) Core Hardware Installation, Configuration, Upgrading Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Motherboard, Processors, and Memory Printers Basic Networking Operating System Technologies Operating System Fundamentals Installation, Configuration, and Upgrading Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Networks
President's Honor List North Central Texas College, Fall 2002 During the fall 2002 semester, I passed all my courses with A's.
Dean's Honor List North Central Texas College, Spring 2003 During the spring 2003 semester, I passed three out of four classes with A's, and received one B.
Dean's Honor List North Central Texas College, Fall 2003 During the fall 2003 semester, I passed three out of four classes with A's, and received one B.
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society of the Two-Year College Psi Iota Chapter-North Central Texas College Phi Theta Kappa, the International Honor Society of the Two-Year College, was a great experience for me at North Central Texas College. I participated in fundraisers, blood drives, and during the spring 2003 semester I was able to attend the Phi Theta Kappa regional meeting at Tyler Junior College. www.ptk.org
Associate of Applied Science Computer Information Systems and Technology North Central Texas College Gainesville, Texas May 7, 2004 I graduated with a 3.74 GPA, and as a member of Phi Theta Kappa.
Associate of Applied Science Computer Information Systems and Technology I received my Associate of Applied Science Degree with an emphasis on Computer Information Systems and Technology. Some of the courses included in the curriculum for this degree were Introduction to Programming, Java Programming, Web Design, Web Development, Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access), and Application Problem Solving.
Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint XP (core) I passed the PowerPoint core certification exam on December 2, 2003. I prepared for the course by taking the Presentation Media class at North Central Texas College that semester, and passed almost halfway through the semester.
Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint XP (core) Creating a Presentation Create presentations (manually and using automated tools) Add slides to and delete slides from presentations Modify headers and footers in the Slide Master Inserting and Modifying Visual Elements Add tables, charts, clip art, and bitmap images to slides Customize slide backgrounds Add OfficeArt elements to slides Apply custom formats to tables Modifying Presentation Formats Apply formats to presentations Apply animation schemes Apply slide transitions Customize slide formats Customize slide templates Manage a Slide Master Rehearse timing Rearrange slides Modify slide layout Add links to a presentation Inserting and Modifying Text Import text from Word Insert, format, and modify text Printing Presentations Preview and print slides, outlines, handouts, and speaker notes Working with Data from Other Sources Import Excel charts into slides Add sound and video to slides Insert Word tables on slides Export a presentation as an outline Managing and Delivering Presentations Set up slide shows Deliver presentations Manage files and folders for presentations Work with embedded fonts Publish presentations to the Web Use Pack and Go Workgroup Collaboration Set up a review cycle Review presentation comments Schedule and deliver presentation broadcasts
Microsoft Office Specialist Microsoft Access XP (core) I passed the Access core certification exam on December 2, 2003. I prepared for the course by taking the Microsoft Access class at North Central Texas College that semester, and passed almost two weeks before the end of the semester.
Microsoft Office Specialist Microsoft Access XP (core) Creating and Using Databases Create Access databases Open database objects in multiple views Move among records Format datasheets Creating and Modifying Tables Create and modify tables Add a predefined input mask to a field Create Lookup fields Modify field properties Creating and Modifying Queries Create and modify Select queries Add calculated fields to Select queries Creating and Modifying Forms Create and display forms Modify form properties Viewing and Organizing Information Enter, edit, and delete records Create queries Sort records Filter records Defining Relationships Create one-to-many relationships Enforce referential integrity Producing Reports Create and format reports Add calculated controls to reports Preview and print reports Integrating with Other Applications Import data to Access Export data from Access Create a simple data access page
Microsoft Office Specialist Word XP (expert) I passed the Word expert certification exam on June 10, 2004. I prepared for the course by taking the Word Processing class at North Central Texas College that semester via the internet, and passed shortly after the end of the semester.
Microsoft Office Specialist Word XP (expert) Formatting Documents Create and format document sections Create and apply character and paragraph styles Create and update document indexes and tables of contents, figures, and authorities Create cross-references Add and revise endnotes and footnotes Create and manage master documents and subdocuments Move within documents Create and modify forms using various form controls Create forms and prepare forms for distribution Customizing Tables Use Excel data in tables Perform calculations in Word tables Creating and Modifying Graphics Create, modify, and position graphics Create and modify charts using data from other applications Align text and graphics Customizing Paragraphs Control pagination Sort paragraphs in lists and tables Customizing Word Create, edit, and run macros Customize menus and toolbars Workgroup Collaboration Track, accept, and reject changes to documents Merge input from several reviewers Insert and modify hyperlinks to other documents and Web pages Create and edit Web documents in Word Create document versions Help protect documents Define and modify default file locations for workgroup templates Attach digital signatures to documents Using Mail Merge Merge letters with a Word, Excel, or Access data source Merge labels with a Word, Excel, or Access data source Use Outlook data as mail merge data source
Microsoft Office Specialist Excel XP (Expert) I passed the Excel expert certification exam on November 12, 2004. I prepared for the certification exam by taking the Spreadsheet class at North Central Texas College, as well as studying on my own.
Microsoft Office Specialist Excel XP (Expert) Importing and Exporting Data Import data to Excel Export data from Excel Publish worksheets and workbooks to the Web Managing Workbooks Create, edit, and apply templates Create workspaces Use data consolidation Formatting Numbers Create and apply custom number formats Use conditional formats Working with Ranges Use named ranges in formulas Use Lookup and Reference functions Customizing Excel Customize toolbars and menus Create, edit, and run macros Auditing Worksheets Audit formulas Locate and resolve errors Identify dependencies in formulas Summarizing Data Use subtotals with lists and ranges Define and apply filters Add group and outline criteria to ranges Use data validation Retrieve external data and create queries Create Extensible Markup Language (XML) Web queries Analyzing Data Create a Microsoft PivotTable®, Microsoft PivotChart®, and PivotTable/PivotChart Reports Forecast values with what-if analysis Create and display scenarios Workgroup Collaboration Modify passwords, protections, and properties Create a shared workbook Track, accept and reject changes to workbooks Merge workbooks
Microsoft Office Specialist Office XP Master In order to obtain the Office XP Master certification, I was required to complete three required certifications (Word XP expert, Excel XP expert, and PowerPoint XP core) and one elective certification (Access XP core or Outlook XP core; I completed Access XP core).