These courses are more advanced and require that you first have a good grasp on PC basics. As such, each will most likely have a requirement that you have first taken one or more of the basic courses or have the permission of the instructor prior to enrolling. We want to insure that attention can be kept on the more advanced subject matter and not be spend on the very basics. Thank you for your understanding!!

PC-230: Window's 10 Tips and Tricks

We’ll be covering some of the more common Window’s 10 tips and tricks to make the Windows OS easier and more fun to use.  Some of these tips and tricks will take some of the mystery out of the operating system.

PC-231: Microsoft Word Intermediate

We’ll be picking up from where we left off with the basic course and looking at additional functions such as utilizing sections and section formatting, adding headers and footers, pagination, references, footnotes and more.

PC-232: Microsoft Excel Intermediate

Taking the basic Excel course one step further, we’ll be covering the following topics and then some:

  • Working with functions
  • Printing worksheets
    • adding headers
    • adding footers
    • setting print areas
  • Applying cell styles
  • Conditional formatting
  • Basic charts and graphs
PC-233: Microsoft PowerPoint Intermediate

Lesson 1 covered the basics of putting a slide presentation together.  This course will cover…

  • Slide transitions
  • Slide animations
  • Adding tables
  • Inserting SmartArt graphics
  • Using clip art and graphics
PC-234: Microsoft Publisher Intermediate

Building upon the first level class, we’ll add the following topics:

  • Layering graphics
  • Grouping and ungrouping graphics elements
  • Additional page layouts
    • Banners
    • Tri-folds
    • Business cards
  • Adding Pull Quotes
  • Adding Sidebars
  • Controlling text flow
PC-235: Microsoft Outlook Intermediate

Now that you’ve learned how to set up your Outlook to the various email accounts you may have, with this level course, we’ll add the following topics:

  • Scheduling appointments
    • single
    • recurring
  • Setting “out of office” automatic email responses
  • Using “rules” to organize and respond to emails
  • Managing your emails
  • Creating “signatures”
  • Adding V-cards to your emails
  • Setting and using tasks