Microsoft Excel is a powerful tool you can use to create and format spreadsheets, and analyse and share information to make more informed decisions. It is a great way of storing and organising data, with many built in features.
But be aware – make sure you are properly trained – because if not you’ll be muddling through, always having to ask your colleagues and wasting time doing things the long way round!
Whatever your skill level, we can save you hours every week!
Microsoft Word is a text editor word processing program, used for creating and amending documents. Now most people use Microsoft Word everyday, but with one of our courses we can show you shortcuts and quicker ways of working, which will save you time every day!
Microsoft Powerpoint is a presentation software program, used to create visual slide show presentations. Learn how to make the more out of your presentations to achieve the results you want!
Microsoft OneNote is an electronic notebook which can be shared and collaborated on, with the option to include links and images from the web. Useful for organising any aspect of your life, it is one of the most underrated pieces of software out there, and we can show you how to make it work for you!
Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager, mainly used as an email application, it can be used to keep track of your calendar, tasks and notes.
Microsoft Visio makes it easy for you to build visually compelling organisation charts, diagrams and Floor Plans which can be modified to meet your specific business needs. Using built-in Visio stencils, for example Floor Plans and using the Cubicles, Office Furniture, Walls, Doors and Windows stencils you can show where employees sit or what equipment they have. In our Advanced courses you can learn how to create dashboards by linking data to your diagrams. So, if you run a Call Centre and have live call data your diagram can be updated live to show who is busy with customers and who is free.
Visio is such a brilliant tool if you need to see pictures of business processes, or engineering plans, or network diagrams you can easily create them. Watch this short video to get an idea of the types of graphics you can create yourself.