March, 2018

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Topic Spotlight – Desktop Skills

Using desktop tools effectively is a great way to improve your efficiency and save time. The resources below are just a small sampling of the desktop resources available in the HHS Learning Management System (LMS) to enhance your existing skills or help you learn new ones, take a moment and check them out today.

Resource Title Description Resource ID Duration or Pages
Microsoft Word 2010: Create a Table Tables in Microsoft Word 2010 help you display information in a tabular format. In this video, Steve English explains how to create and design a table that will stand out better from the surrounding text. 47878 8 min
Microsoft Excel 2010: Using Pivot Charts In Excel 2010, you can use pivot charts to illustrate large amounts of data in digestible chunks. In this video, Adam Wilcox demonstrates how to create pivot charts from pivot table data. 48033 6 min
Microsoft Excel 2010: Save Data into Different Formats Microsoft Excel 2010 allows you to save your workbook in a number of formats if you want to display or import it to another program. Some common formats are web pages and CSV files. In this video, Adam Wilcox demonstrates how to save an Excel workbook as a web page and a CSV file. 49438 5 min

Resource Title Description Resource ID Duration or Pages
Microsoft Office 2010 Inside Out Diving into the essential features of Microsoft Word 2010, Excel 2010, OneNote 2010, Outlook 2010, and PowerPoint 2010, this supremely organized reference will help you become at ease and proficient with every program in the Office family. 35401 960 pages
Excel 2010 Biblet
Audio Book
Presenting material in a clear, concise, logical format that is ideal for all levels of Excel experience, this authoritative guide provides comprehensive, soup-to-nuts coverage, delivering hundreds of pages of Excel tips, tricks, and techniques you won’t find anywhere else. 40646 1056 pages

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