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Microsoft Office Specialist (mos) 2010

Microsoft Office Specialist (mos) 2010

MOS 2013 - 1 Module

During the course of your studies, you have the option of becoming computer literate in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Alternatively, you may pursue one or more of the MS Office application(s) (for example, either MS Word and Excel, or either MS Excel and PowerPoint, and so on in whichever combination you want). You may select the relevant application(s) by inserting a tick(s) in the appropriate box on page 3 of this fact sheet. In MS Word, the introductory level covers the following concepts: tools, features of Word, editing, modifying, and inserting special characters into a Word document. You will learn how to proofread and manipulate the appearance of a page while working in this application. 

The intermediate section will take you through the following concepts: how to manage, customise, and use styles and themes, work with graphic elements, templates and mail merge. In the last section you will work with other applications, and collaborate with other documents. Lastly, you will add references, and learn how to secure documents and create forms. During the course of your studies, using the MS Excel application, you will learn how to input data onto a spreadsheet, do various calculations, and work with formulae in this environment. You will also learn how to create and modify charts, graphs and tables, and how to import and export data to other applications. You will also learn how to produce a PowerPoint presentation using MS PowerPoint. 

The introductory level of the course will teach you how to identify the components, create, format, add graphics, work with tables, add charts and deliver your PowerPoint presentation. Then you will learn how to add smart art graphics, special effects, and a slide show to your presentation. In addition, you will learn how to communicate with the corporate environment using MS Outlook as a communication tool. The introductory part guides you through the process of how to send and receive mail and teaches you how to compose, organise and manage mails. You will learn how to create a contact list and schedule meetings and appointments. You will also learn how to customise messages, track calendar, and assign tasks. Lastly, you will acquire computer literacy skills, using MS Access. The introductory section will cover structure, tables, and the design of a database and generation of reports. You will learn how to streamline and create flexible queries and custom reports, and how to print and share information with other applications. You will also learn how to restructure and write advanced queries.

MOS 2013 - 2 Modules

During the course of your studies, you have the option of becoming computer literate in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Alternatively, you may pursue one or more of the MS Office application(s) (for example, either MS Word and Excel, or either MS Excel and PowerPoint, and so on in whichever combination you want). You may select the relevant application(s) by inserting a tick(s) in the appropriate box on page 3 of this fact sheet. In MS Word, the introductory level covers the following concepts: tools, features of Word, editing, modifying, and inserting special characters into a Word document. You will learn how to proofread and manipulate the appearance of a page while working in this application. 

The intermediate section will take you through the following concepts: how to manage, customise, and use styles and themes, work with graphic elements, templates and mail merge. In the last section you will work with other applications, and collaborate with other documents. Lastly, you will add references, and learn how to secure documents and create forms. During the course of your studies, using the MS Excel application, you will learn how to input data onto a spreadsheet, do various calculations, and work with formulae in this environment. You will also learn how to create and modify charts, graphs and tables, and how to import and export data to other applications. You will also learn how to produce a PowerPoint presentation using MS PowerPoint. 

The introductory level of the course will teach you how to identify the components, create, format, add graphics, work with tables, add charts and deliver your PowerPoint presentation. Then you will learn how to add smart art graphics, special effects, and a slide show to your presentation. In addition, you will learn how to communicate with the corporate environment using MS Outlook as a communication tool. The introductory part guides you through the process of how to send and receive mail and teaches you how to compose, organise and manage mails. You will learn how to create a contact list and schedule meetings and appointments. You will also learn how to customise messages, track calendar, and assign tasks. Lastly, you will acquire computer literacy skills, using MS Access. The introductory section will cover structure, tables, and the design of a database and generation of reports. You will learn how to streamline and create flexible queries and custom reports, and how to print and share information with other applications. You will also learn how to restructure and write advanced queries.

MOS 2013 - 3 Modules

During the course of your studies, you have the option of becoming computer literate in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Alternatively, you may pursue one or more of the MS Office application(s) (for example, either MS Word and Excel, or either MS Excel and PowerPoint, and so on in whichever combination you want). You may select the relevant application(s) by inserting a tick(s) in the appropriate box on page 3 of this fact sheet. In MS Word, the introductory level covers the following concepts: tools, features of Word, editing, modifying, and inserting special characters into a Word document. You will learn how to proofread and manipulate the appearance of a page while working in this application. 

The intermediate section will take you through the following concepts: how to manage, customise, and use styles and themes, work with graphic elements, templates and mail merge. In the last section you will work with other applications, and collaborate with other documents. Lastly, you will add references, and learn how to secure documents and create forms. During the course of your studies, using the MS Excel application, you will learn how to input data onto a spreadsheet, do various calculations, and work with formulae in this environment. You will also learn how to create and modify charts, graphs and tables, and how to import and export data to other applications. You will also learn how to produce a PowerPoint presentation using MS PowerPoint. 

The introductory level of the course will teach you how to identify the components, create, format, add graphics, work with tables, add charts and deliver your PowerPoint presentation. Then you will learn how to add smart art graphics, special effects, and a slide show to your presentation. In addition, you will learn how to communicate with the corporate environment using MS Outlook as a communication tool. The introductory part guides you through the process of how to send and receive mail and teaches you how to compose, organise and manage mails. You will learn how to create a contact list and schedule meetings and appointments. You will also learn how to customise messages, track calendar, and assign tasks. Lastly, you will acquire computer literacy skills, using MS Access. The introductory section will cover structure, tables, and the design of a database and generation of reports. You will learn how to streamline and create flexible queries and custom reports, and how to print and share information with other applications. You will also learn how to restructure and write advanced queries.

MOS 2013 - 4 Modules

During the course of your studies, you have the option of becoming computer literate in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Alternatively, you may pursue one or more of the MS Office application(s) (for example, either MS Word and Excel, or either MS Excel and PowerPoint, and so on in whichever combination you want). You may select the relevant application(s) by inserting a tick(s) in the appropriate box on page 3 of this fact sheet. In MS Word, the introductory level covers the following concepts: tools, features of Word, editing, modifying, and inserting special characters into a Word document. You will learn how to proofread and manipulate the appearance of a page while working in this application. 

The intermediate section will take you through the following concepts: how to manage, customise, and use styles and themes, work with graphic elements, templates and mail merge. In the last section you will work with other applications, and collaborate with other documents. Lastly, you will add references, and learn how to secure documents and create forms. During the course of your studies, using the MS Excel application, you will learn how to input data onto a spreadsheet, do various calculations, and work with formulae in this environment. You will also learn how to create and modify charts, graphs and tables, and how to import and export data to other applications. You will also learn how to produce a PowerPoint presentation using MS PowerPoint. 

The introductory level of the course will teach you how to identify the components, create, format, add graphics, work with tables, add charts and deliver your PowerPoint presentation. Then you will learn how to add smart art graphics, special effects, and a slide show to your presentation. In addition, you will learn how to communicate with the corporate environment using MS Outlook as a communication tool. The introductory part guides you through the process of how to send and receive mail and teaches you how to compose, organise and manage mails. You will learn how to create a contact list and schedule meetings and appointments. You will also learn how to customise messages, track calendar, and assign tasks. Lastly, you will acquire computer literacy skills, using MS Access. The introductory section will cover structure, tables, and the design of a database and generation of reports. You will learn how to streamline and create flexible queries and custom reports, and how to print and share information with other applications. You will also learn how to restructure and write advanced queries.

MOS 2103 - 5 Modules

During the course of your studies, you have the option of becoming computer literate in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Alternatively, you may pursue one or more of the MS Office application(s) (for example, either MS Word and Excel, or either MS Excel and PowerPoint, and so on in whichever combination you want). You may select the relevant application(s) by inserting a tick(s) in the appropriate box on page 3 of this fact sheet. In MS Word, the introductory level covers the following concepts: tools, features of Word, editing, modifying, and inserting special characters into a Word document. You will learn how to proofread and manipulate the appearance of a page while working in this application. 

The intermediate section will take you through the following concepts: how to manage, customise, and use styles and themes, work with graphic elements, templates and mail merge. In the last section you will work with other applications, and collaborate with other documents. Lastly, you will add references, and learn how to secure documents and create forms. During the course of your studies, using the MS Excel application, you will learn how to input data onto a spreadsheet, do various calculations, and work with formulae in this environment. You will also learn how to create and modify charts, graphs and tables, and how to import and export data to other applications. You will also learn how to produce a PowerPoint presentation using MS PowerPoint. 

The introductory level of the course will teach you how to identify the components, create, format, add graphics, work with tables, add charts and deliver your PowerPoint presentation. Then you will learn how to add smart art graphics, special effects, and a slide show to your presentation. In addition, you will learn how to communicate with the corporate environment using MS Outlook as a communication tool. The introductory part guides you through the process of how to send and receive mail and teaches you how to compose, organise and manage mails. You will learn how to create a contact list and schedule meetings and appointments. You will also learn how to customise messages, track calendar, and assign tasks. Lastly, you will acquire computer literacy skills, using MS Access. The introductory section will cover structure, tables, and the design of a database and generation of reports. You will learn how to streamline and create flexible queries and custom reports, and how to print and share information with other applications. You will also learn how to restructure and write advanced queries.
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