Microsoft for Executives presents Peggy Sealy
Most business professionals have used Microsoft Office for years, but would really like to learn specific Office skills, such as Excel functions, databases and dashboards; PowerPoint beyond bullet points; persuasive communications with Word; and collaboration using OneNote. We’ve rounded up these “most asked for” topics for a series of intense mini-courses we call Crash Courses.
Crash Courses are designed for business specialists, professionals and executives. These individuals may lack time for skill development or have limited experience with Microsoft Office and want, or need, to expand their knowledge, skills and productivity in one or more programs.
We’ve gathered our most requested Microsoft topics into this series. These special crash courses are only a half day long and offered at a special price you won’t find anywhere else.
Six 3-Hour Sessions
Friday, April 27
Explore the Function Library, learn and apply functions from each of the function categories, and embed functions for professional results
Friday, May 25
Manage data beyond columns and rows. Analyze data to drive powerful decisions.
Friday, June 29
Creating Captivating PowerPoint
Keep your audience engaged. Use animations and transitions and create powerful videos.
Friday, July 27
Manage your data in real time by automating updates with dashboards.
Friday, August 31
Using Word for Persuasive Communications
Develop professional documents for clear and concise communication.
Friday, September 21
Microsoft OneNote Collaboration
Learn the most underused Microsoft program. OneNote tracks and maintains projects and resources within an online collaborative environment.
Learn from a highly qualified Microsoft Office trainer who has some of the highest level of professional computer applications, business and teaching skills in the industry.
Choose one course at $79 each.
Enroll in the full series of six courses for just $299 – less than $50 per class.
Seating is limited to 10 students per session.
All sessions run from 9 a.m. to noon.
Registration is required, and enrollment in individual courses after the series begins is allowed.