Computer and Information Systems Communication Incorporating Microsoft Office Suite 1 Computer Concepts Windows and Microsoft Of

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Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute
Course Programme for Computer and Information Systems Communication, Incorporating Microsoft Office Suite (1):
Computer Concepts, Windows and Microsoft Office Application
Leading to Diploma-Postgraduate in Computer and Information Systems Communication, Incorporating Microsoft Office Suite a Module 1 (Double Credit)
Course Objectives
Key Principles of Computer System, Word Processing,
Spreadsheet and Presentation Skills
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
Define computer systems in relation to the use and management of computers affecting the way a corporation provide its services and perform its operations.
Exhibit mastery on the usage of basic word processing software such as Microsoft Office Word to produce excellent documents that conforms to widely accepted standards and norms of word documents.
Accurately perform calculations on spreadsheets using efficient means and ways offered by Microsoft Office Excel. To be able use the softwarea ™s built in functions to present graph and charts based on existing data.
Identify the external parts of the computer.
Identify examples of input devices.
Identify examples of output devices.
Define basic computer terms.
Define operating system.
Understand the basic functions of the Windows operating system.
Log On to a Windows 7, Windows XP, or Windows Vista computer.
Locate and define the unique elements of the Windows 7, Windows XP, or Windows Vista desktop.
How to Shut down a Windows 7, Windows XP, or Windows Vista computer.
Define basic windows-related terms.
Identify the parts of a Windows OS windows.
Distinguish an active window from inactive window.
Minimize, maximize, and close windows.
Move and resize windows.
Identify the different categories of icons specific to the Windows OS.
Explain the function of the icon(s) specific to each category.
Move items to the recycle bin and empty the recycle bin.
Name the various hard disks related to your computer.
Inserting and ejecting removable storage.
Define and use a Windows OS menu.
Understand menu related terms and rules.
Open and Save files using their respective menus.
Open and launch commands from the Shortcut menu.
Define basic file management related terms.
Identify levels of a file system.
Identify and explain ways to view files in Windows OS.
Explain the process of moving and copying files.
Explain how to rename files in Windows OS.
Find a file in Windows OS using the Search tool.
Add and delete user accounts and change the account picture.
Customize the Start menu.
Create shortcuts.
Modify the display properties.
Change the display resolution.
Exit a program that is no longer responding.
Restart a Windows computer.
Perform simple diagnostic tests on a Windows OS hard drive.
Have a basic understanding of how the Internet works.
Define basic Internet and World Wide Web related terminology.
Know brief history about the World Wide Web.
Identify and describe what resources are needed to access the Internet.
Learn why your computer is not secure on the internet unless you make it secure.
Understand and learn the difference between the terms: viruses, worms, phishing scams, hoaxes, adware, spyware, and learn how to prevent exposure to these threats to your computer and personal privacy.
Know ways to protect your computer and personal information while you are online.
Identify the roles and responsibilities of the University and the individual.
Be aware of the prohibited uses and sanctions.
Identify parts of an URL.
Understand the use of a hyperlink.
Effectively use search engines.
Demonstrate search techniques using several search criteria.
Describe and understand the purpose of plug-ins.
Understand security issues about downloading files.
Appreciate the importance of virus protection.
Identify the uses of EdShare.
Log into EdShare.
Access EdShare on and off campus.
Save and access files on EdShare.
Identify the parts of the Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers.
Surf the WWW using MS Explorer and Firefox.
View your WWW history.
Create, organize, and delete your favorites.
Set your homepage location.
Identify the parts of an email address.
Identify the parts of an email message.
Describe how an email message is sent and received.
Be familiar with St. Edwarda ™s Universitya ™s responsible computing policy.
Define client-based email.
Define Web-based email.
Understand the advantages and disadvantages with client-based and web-based email.
Identify screen elements.
Recognize different screen views.
Open a new document.
Open an existing document.
Save a document.
Navigate within an existing document.
Define basic word-processing terms.
Select text.
Cut, copy, and paste text.
Change font, font style, and size.
Change text color.
Change text justification.
Setting Indentions
Use the Paragraph dialog box.
Change margins.
Insert page breaks.
Create Headers and Footers.
Create Endnotes and Footnotes.
Locate and use the Spelling and Grammar checker.
Preview a document before printing.
Print a document.
Identify screen elements.
Explain the uses of the formula bar.
Identify the parts of a cell.
Open a new workbook.
Open an existing workbook.
Save a workbook.
Navigate within an existing workbook.
Define spreadsheet-related terms.
Identify specific screen elements related to data entry.
Identify a correct cell address.
Explain how to insert rows and columns.
Identify screen elements.
Explain the uses of the formula bar.
Identify the parts of a formula.
Identify different types of cell addressing.
Explain Excel's execution order.
Identify different types of cell formatting.
Define basic formatting terms.
Explain how to change cell formats.
Explain the function of the format painter.
Define basic formatting terms.
Change the format of a page.
Explain how to change margins.
Create headers and footers for your document.
Identify the different types of charts.
Create a chart from adjacent and non-adjacent sections.
Edit and delete a chart.
Print a chart.
Have a basic understanding of the uses of PowerPoint.
Be familiar with the PowerPoint interface.
Open new and existing presentations.
Understand the concept of the master slide.
Distinguish the various PowerPoint views.
Rearrange slides in the slide sorter view.
View a slideshow on full screen.
Navigate through a presentation.
Add text to slides.
Change the background color of slides.
Add and delete slides.
Change the slide layout.
Insert Images
Add animation to a slide.
Add transitions to a slide.
Insert hyperlinks.
Use action buttons.
Use the various print options.
Hide slides in a presentation
End with a blank slide.
View in kiosk mode.
Loop a slideshow.
Have a basic understanding of which colors and background to use in a projected presentation.
Have effective use of images, animations, and transitions in a presentation.
Know the proper use of text in a presentation.
Provide a basic understanding of presentational technology and Media Services.
Know the essentials of classroom technology.
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on-line e-learning cbt (computer based)This is an online eLearning or CBT training program
instructor led trainingThis class may be available at a classroom in London, London,
Course Level:executive
Duration:10 days
Training Presented in:English
Master's Degree Program Provided by Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute
Computer and Information Systems Communication Incorporating Microsoft Office Suite 1 Computer Concepts Windows and Microsoft Of
Course Contents, Concepts and Issues
Introduction to Computers/ Windows OS
Different Parts of Computer
Input Devices
Processor
Output Devices
How Computers Work
Memory
Disks and Storage
Disks and Storage
Operating System and Desktop
What is an Operating System
Logging On
Desktop Overview
The Windows 7, XP, and Vista Desktops
The Taskbar
The Start Menu
How to Boot Up
How to Shut Down
Using Windows Within an Operating System
Window Overview
Parts of the window
Activating Windows
Moving a Window
Resize Using the Border
Maximize a Window
Restore a Window
Minimize a Window
Scrolling
Closing a Window
Icons
Icon Overview
Program Icons
File Icons
Folder Icons
Shortcut Icons
Special Icons
My Computer Icon
Recycle Bin Icon
Hard Drive Icon
USB Flash Drive Icon
Other Removable Disk Icons
Compact Disk Icon
Menus
Using Menus
Save / Save As Menu
Open Document Menu
Shortcut Menu
File Management
Hierarchical File System Overview
Understanding Drive Letters
File Structure Views
Navigation
Finding a File or Folder
Moving Files
Copying Files or Folders
Naming Files or Folders
Deleting Files or Folders
Creating Folders
Customizing Windows 7, Vista, or XP
User Accounts
Customizing the Start Menu
Add/ Remove Shortcuts from Start Menu
Creating Shortcuts on the Desktop
Changing Your Account Picture
Customizing Your Display Properties
Changing Your Display Resolution
Maintenance and Help
Exiting Stalled Programs
Restarting Your Computer
System Restore
System Information
Getting Help
World Wide Web and Internet Communication
WWW and Internet Communication
What is the internet?
What is the WWW?
How do I get connected?
How does the Internet work?
Online Safety
Why is my computer not secure?
What is a virus?
What is a worm?
What is a Trojan Horse?
How do I protect my computer from viruses?
What is Phishing?
What is a Hoax?
What are Adware and Spyware?
How does it get onto your computer?
Surfing the WWW
Technology Policy: Introduction
Technology Policy: Responsibilities
Information Policy: Privacy Policy
Information Policy: Copyright Policy
Prohibited Uses and Sanctions
Using EdShare
How do I navigate the WWW?
Search Engines
Search Tips
Using Plug-ins
Web Browsers
Parts of the Web Browser
Navigating through the WWW
Retracing your steps in the Web Browser
Using the History List
Opening a Second Browser Window and Tab
Creating Favorites
Reorganizing Favorites
Viewing your favorites
Deleting Favorites
Adding a New Favorites Folder
Using Web Browser Options
Specifying a Home Page
Exiting the Web Browser
Email
Email Overview
Parts of an Email Address
Parts of an Email Message
Sending and Receiving Mail
Mailing an Attachment
Client-based vs. Web-based Email
Introduction to Word Processing
Introduction to Word Processing
Screen Elements Overview
Display and Hide Toolbars
Display and Hide the Ribbon
Page Views
Opening a New Document
Opening an Existing Document
Saving a New Document
Saving an Existing Document
Moving Around Within a Document
Formatting Text
Selecting Text Overview
Formatting Text
Font
Paragraph Formatting
Justification
Indenting
Using Toolbar Buttons to Indent
Changing Line Spacing
Using the Paragraph Dialog Box
Cut, Copy, and Paste
Formatting a Page
Changing Margins Using Page Setup
Displaying Hidden Codes
Inserting a Page Break
Adding Page Numbers
Headers and Footers
Creating Footnotes and Endnotes
Deleting Footnotes and Endnotes
Proofing
Using the Spell Checker
Using the Grammar Checker
Automatic Spelling and Grammar Check
Printing
Using Print Preview
Printing
Introduction to Spreadsheets
Introduction to Spreadsheets
Screen Elements Overview
Open a New Spreadsheet
Open an Existing Workbook
Moving Around Within a Workbook
Sheet Tabs
Moving Sheets Around
Saving a New Workbook
Saving an Existing File
Closing the Workbook
Entering Data
Working with Cells
Entering Data
Section 5 - Filling Data
Inserting a Row or a Column
Deleting a Row or a Column
Selecting Information
Cut, Copy, and Paste
Formulas
Parts of a Formula
Execution Order
Entering a Formula
Editing Formulas
Relative Addressing
Absolute Addressing
Functions
Auto Sum
Formatting Cells
Formatting Numbers
Formatting Text
Changing Column/ Row Width
Multiple Lines of Text in a Cell
Aligning Cell Contents
Merge and Center
Borders
Format Painter
Formatting a Page
Page Formatting
Changing the Page Orientation
Scaling
Setting Margins
Centering the Print Area on a Page
Headers and Footers
The Sheet Tab
Repeating Rows and Columns
Creating Charts
Types of Charts
Creating a Chart
Selecting a Different Chart Type
Editing a Chart Type
Editing Chart Text
Moving and Resizing a Chart
Printing
Printing the Spreadsheet
Printing a Chart
Using Print Area
Introduction to Multimedia Presentations
PowerPoint Introduction
Screen Elements
New Presentation from a Blank Presentation
New Presentation from Design Template
Saving a Presentation and Open an Existing Presentation
Master Slides
PowerPoint Views
Normal View
Slide Sorter View
Slide Show View
Navigate in Presentation Mode
Working with Slides
Adding Text
Format Text in Placeholder
Changing the Background Color
Adding and Deleting New Slides
Changing Slide Layout
Using Images
PowerPoint Extras
Adding Animations
Adding Transitions
Hyperlinks
Action Buttons
Print Options
Play Options
Hiding Slides
Ending with a Blank Slide
Viewing at Kiosk
Loop the Slide Show
Tips on Your PowerPoint Presentation
Background Design
Images
Animation
Sound
Animations and Transitions
Text
Presentation Tips
Media Services
Services
Using a Laptop in a Multimedia Classroom
Technology Classroom Concerns
Practicing your Presentation
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