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Are you using Microsoft Office effectively?

Imagine saving 30 minutes a day of frustration on your computer … getting important documents done quicker and easier … creating better-looking and more accurate work … all because you learned some little-known shortcuts and techniques. You’ll transition seamlessly to updated versions and find little-known features.

Most people either don’t know about these or they don’t know how to access them quickly.

What would it look like if you and your fellow employees knew all the Microsoft Office tips and techniques? Not only knew them, but actually applied them every day?

Our Expert trainers cover all the programs in Microsoft Office and we can show you how to do your job faster with less time wasted!

Don’t miss out on our time saving tips, get them directly to your inbox!

Click on the button below to download our Excel Cheat Sheet and receive our short ‘How To’ video tips.

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Upcoming courses

Microsoft PowerPoint Level 2

October 3rd 2016, 9:15AM - 4:30PM

This course takes basic PowerPoint delegates on to gain Advanced skills. The course covers using graphics and media clips and animating slides.

Microsoft Visio Level 2

October 4th 2016, 9:15AM - 4:30PM

This course is designed for experienced Visio users who wish to expand their knowledge.

Microsoft Word Level 1

October 12th 2016, 9:15AM - 4:30PM

Do you need to know the basics of Microsoft Word? We’ll teach you shortcuts and quicker ways of working from the outset. If you need to create stunning documents which are beautifully formatted, with tables and using heading styles to quickly make an impact, this is an ideal course for you! This is fine for beginners or those wanting to learn quicker ways to work. We take the stress out of working with Word.

Microsoft Word Level 2

October 13th 2016, 9:15AM - 4:30PM

If you’ve mastered the basics, but need to improve your productivity and do things faster by using Styles and Outlines, sign up for this course use your newly mastered skills on all your documents! This course is all about making your documents look great, fast. You’ll learn how to share documents and work collaboratively, using the team’s ideas and choosing which to keep. At the end of this course you’ll know how to create a mail merged document, which can be addressed individually to thousands of recipients. Take the drudgery out of work and learn how to fly through your tasks in half the time!

Microsoft Excel Level 2

October 14th 2016, 9:15AM - 4:30PM

To help you become an Excel Guru we cover manipulating multiple files and worksheets, 3D formulas, linking cells and special number formats to speed up data entry; ways to collapse large workbooks to see the totals you need and advanced charting; Making amazing tables in one click with secret built in formula; You'll learn how to speed up navigation around your spreadsheet and use range names in formula; use the auditing features to check your work and protect your spreadsheet. Finally make Pivot Tables!

Reviews from past clients

  • "Great learning tool, taught me lots that I needed to know!"

    Stuart M – Johnson Controls
  • "I found the course to be very useful for my job role. Sean was excellent in explaining and answering any questions. I am hoping to progress to level 3, and am looking forward to this course also. "

    Jessica D – Network Q
  • "Very enjoyable, has helped me a lot to understand the basics and shortcuts I never knew existed."

    Doug W – Johnson Controls
  • "I think this course has been extremely useful. Whilst you may not utilise all of it on day 1, knowing these tools exist will make daily tasks quicker and less tedious."

    Lorna S – ABP
  • "Fantastic experience. Learnt so much. Was pitched at just the right level for me and my needs. "

    Nick J – Stirchley Medical Practice

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