This training path will allow participants to get started quickly with prebuilt applications they can modify or adapt to changing business needs. Collect information through forms in e-mail or import data from external applications. Create and edit detailed reports that display sorted, filtered, and grouped information in a way that helps you make sense of the data for informed decision-making. Share information by moving Office Access 2007 files to a Windows SharePoint Services website, where participants can audit revision history, recover deleted information, set data access permissions, and back up your information at regular intervals.
Career Path: In high-growth industries, entry-level employees who hold a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification can earn up to $16,000 more, annually, than their peers. Five times as many high-growth/high-salary positions require experience with Office than all non-Microsoft software skills combined. Twenty-nine percent of tomorrow’s high-growth/high-wage positions require Office or Office-related skills.
This is the first course in the Microsoft Office Excel 2010 path. Upon completion of this course, continue the path by taking Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Intermediate
Path taught by Debbie Fierst and Tracy Berry.