Computers for Beginners
Computers for Beginners – jargon free introduction to basic computer use, and overview of the various software programs used in the workplace as well.
Duration and Attendance:
1-day course for people new to computers.
This session is aimed at the user who is new to business/workplace computers. It is designed to provide an easy introduction to basic computer use, and providing a good overview of the various software programs used in the workplace. Below are listed the topics covered during the course – however, this can be tailored to suit individual company requirements and the software used can be substituted as necessary.
Getting Started – Your Hardware
Passwords & Protocol
Overview of Windows
Quick Tips and Shortcuts
The Task Bar / Start Button
Working with Menus
Windows Icons / Moving / Arranging / Shortcuts
My Computer Properties
The Explorer Window / Changing Views / Sorting
Working with Folders & Files
Changing the Folder Options
Creating / Moving / Renaming / Deleting Folders
Copy / Move / Deleting Files
Searching for / Folders / Files / Search Options
Background / Screen Savers / Desktop Appearance
The Recycle Bin
Overview of Office
Introduction to Email – MS Outlook
MS Excel – Spreadsheet Overview
Adding / Editing Data / Formula / Saving / Printing
MS Word – Word Processing Overview
Creating Letters and Memos / AutoCorrect / AutoText
Any Other Relevant Software
We offer this course on a regular basis at our training venue at The Travelodge, Cumbernauld, as well as offering in-house or bespoke training for HR departments or companies.
Please visit our IT training course schedule page to find out when our Excel Power User training is running.
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