MS Office System Training
MS Office System, Windows 7, 8, 10 and FOSS: Free Open Source Software
Microsoft Office Extended to Microsoft Office System
Microsoft Office is part of a broader set of interoperating server platforms, desktop application, and online services that make up the MS Office System. It has been designed to integrate the personal desktop experience of MS Office with the ability to share, collaborate, and manage information in Microsoft SharePoint. Word, Excel, and PowerPoint can be used to open and save documents working directly with SharePoint documentlibraries and insert media assets that are stored in SharePoint. MS Project also is part of the extended MS Office family software.
SYS-ED training programs provide a framework for migrating and learning new versions and combinations of word processing, spreadsheets, presentation, contact management,and database: MS Office, networking and search with SharePoint Server, open source software-as-a-service, and internetworking Microsoft software with Linux operating systems.
Prototyping and Demonstration of Business Software
The assumption is that client organizations will select program modules as a framework for evaluating the featureset and learning the new versions of Microsoft Office, open source software alternatives, and the software-as-a-service paradigm.
|MS Office Office - Versions in Use||MS Windows 7||MS Windows 8 - 10|
Low Cost and Free Open Source Software
Fedora Hat - Linux
SUSE - Linux
Ubuntu - Linux
Microsoft Office and SharePoint have been designed to provide an integrated desktop experience for sharing, collaborating, and managing information. Training programs can be organized to address specific operational objectives.
|Training Program||Operational Utilization|
|MS Word||Utilize the new interface and web-based featureset to produce XML-based data formats and develop scripts.|
|MS Excel||Use tools and analytical techniques to import and export XML data and automate tasks with VBA macros.|
|MS Access and Relational Database||Develop and use queries, forms, and XML in order to programmatically generate and transmit data.|
|MS PowerPoint||Develop content for presentation and distribution on websites.|
|Client- to Server- side Scripting||Develop code to programmatically create, manage, and exchange data.|
Questions should be directed to our Director of Education.