WORD 2002 TRAINING OOffice Specialist exams provide a valid and reliable measure of technical proficiency and expertise by evaluating your overall comprehension.
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WORD 2002 TRAINING OOffice Specialist exams provide a valid and reliable measure of technical proficiency and expertise by evaluating your overall comprehension of Office or Microsoft Project programs. DDemonstration of ability to use their advanced features, and your ability to integrate the Office programs with other software programs. TThe following slides will inform you what to review for.
MOUS Competency for WORD 2002 Working with graphics and text from embedded or linked files. You must know how to work with various graphics, clipart, and picture formatting. If you link the report to the worksheet, the data in the report can be updated whenever the source file is updated. If you link the report to the worksheet, the data in the report can be updated whenever the source file is updated. linksource filelinksource file If you embed the worksheet in the report, a copy of the worksheet is created in the destination file. embed destination fileembed destination file
Inserting and Modifying Text Insert, modify, and move text and symbols Apply and modify text formats Correct spelling and grammar usage Apply font and text effects Enter and format Date and Time Apply character styles To insert date/time in your document. Click on Insert and select Date/Time and select the style that you want. 6/23/2004 7:40 AM Fo n t and C har ac ter Styles are Fun to use
Formatting Documents Create and modify a header and footer Apply and modify column settings Modify document layout and Page Setup options Create and modify tables Preview and Print documents, envelopes, and labels Demo on Tables Training on TablesPrinting Click on Table command at menu bar and select Insert and indicate how big you want your table to be in rows and columns You can Print Preview to make certain your document is how you want it before printing and you can set page format as well
Managing Documents Manage files and folders for documents Create documents using templates Save documents using different names and file formats
Excel 2002 Training Excel requires the understanding of using menus, toolbars, creating and working with workbooks. Learning how to use the various dialog boxes and understanding the right mouse button shortcuts are very helpful with this program. Editing a workbook requires knowledge of editing, clearing and replacing cell contents with cut, paste, copy, move, drag, and drop commands.
Working with Cells Once you set up your workbook or worksheet, you need to know how to insert and delete cells, rows, and columns. You can also format fonts with the formatting toolbar, as well as add borders, and apply colors. Learning about AutoFit and merging cells is important. This an example of cells with a Header. Model NameProfile 4b Series Operating System Microsoft® Windows® XP Pro Processor Intel® Pentium® 4 2.8GHz w/Hyper-Threading Technology and 800MHz FSB
Keyboard Shortcuts Ctrl+Z = Undo Ctrl+A = Select all cells Ctrl+C Enter, Ctrl+V Ctrl+X = Copy, Paste, Multiple Paste, Cut Ctrl+F, Ctrl+H = Find, Find & Replace Alt+F11 = Open VBE Ctrl+Spacebar Shift+Spacebar = Select columns, Select rows Ctrl+Tab = Move to next open workbook Ctrl+N = Open new workbook
Creating Charts with Wizards Notice the background formatting and bar Wizard chosen for this project.
Access 2002 Training DESIGNING TABLES IN ACCESS 2002 Setting a Primary Key Removing Non-related Data Removing Redundant Data Removing Repeating Data Setting Required Values in Columns
Fundamental Concepts Fundamental concepts you should know about databases in Microsoft Access are Tables FormsTablesForms Data Access Pages Queries Reports
Creating and Using Databases Create Access databases Open database objects in multiple views Move among records Format datasheets Records in a table
Creating A New Form Select Design View In Design View you will need to identify your fieldnames and field type, as well as length You may also use Wizards which are easy to follow
Integrating with Other Applications On the main menu, click: File -> Get External Data -> Import... Locate your Exercises folder and display it in the Look In combo box Click the arrow of the Files Of Type combo box and select Text Files On the list of files, click Customers (it should be selected already) and click Import On the first page of the Import Text Wizard, accept that the text be Delimited and click Next On the second page, set the delimiter as Comma and check the box stating: First Row Contains Field Names
Using Your Formatting Toolbar The Formatting toolbar, located beneath the Standard toolbar bar, or possibly to the side of it, has buttons for various formatting operations like changing text size or style, changing alignment, formatting bullets, and animation.
Slide Background Choose Background from the Format menu to change a slide's background color or gradient. Click on the color rectangle near the bottom of the dialog box, and select either More Colors or Fill Effects. As shown in the Colors and Fill Effects dialog boxes below, you can change the color, gradient, texture, or pattern, or you can use a picture file.
Creating Charts PowerPoint's Chart tool is located on the Standard toolbar. Click the Chart tool to create a graph in your presentation. PowerPoint activates a data worksheet with labels and numbers. Change these labels and numbers to reflect your data. If you do not want to graph a certain row or column, double-click it and PowerPoint will remove that data from the chart. When you are through entering data in the worksheet, close it.
Slide Setup Dialog Box The Slide Setup dialog box has controls for slide size and orientation. Choose the appropriate slide size and orientation before you do significant formatting in your presentation. Changing slide orientation from portrait to landscape or vice versa may require editing and reformatting slides. Before you print your slide presentation, make sure the slide size and orientation is correct. Also, decide whether you want to print in color or black and white.
MOUS COMPETENCIES THE END www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/officespecialist/objectives/word2002.asp www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/officespecialist/objectives/excel2002.asp www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/officespecialist/objectives/access2002.asp www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/officespecialist/objectives/powerpoint200 2.asp THANK YOU