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Advanced Dale Carnegie Course: Skills for Team Success.Congratulations! You are one of millions of successful graduates of the Dale Carnegie Course. You present with confidence and clarity, tackle business challenges, and know how to strengthen interpersonal relationships. These attributes have helped you gain recognition at work by impacting the bottom line. Now it is time to take your skills to the next level!

 

Leadership Training For Managers:

Leadership development has meant different things in different times. The modern leader knows that it means developing the skills needed to motivate the modern team. These necessary skills can be learned through a leadership development training program, which is less stressful than being forced to learn the skills on the job. Working your way up the ladder, you’ve experienced numerous leadership styles from the previous generations of managers.

Sales Advantage:

Sales Advantage is the only course that gives you the critical skills for making the sale, because it is the only one that interweaves Dale Carnegie Training’s proven principles of success into every session

 

Sales Success:

Create explosive sales growth with the techniques you’ll learn from the dynamite combination of Jeffrey Gitomer and Dale Carnegie Training. Two of the greatest names in selling have combined to create Sales Success.

 

Dale Carnegie Course: Effective Communications & Human Relations/Skills For Success:

You’ll learn to strengthen interpersonal relationships, manage stress and handle fast-changing workplace conditions. You’ll be better equipped to perform as a persuasive communicator, problem-solver and focused leader. And you’ll develop a take-charge attitude initiated with confidence and enthusiasm.

Microsoft Training Courses Details :

This Microsoft Office training package introduces users to the Microsoft Office environment, including several Office applications. These workplace training classes cover basic tasks common across Microsoft Office applications, such as navigation, starting and exiting programs, and working with files, and covers text editing and printing functions. An in-depth exploration of document formatting is also provided. This series also provides an introduction to Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheet), Outlook (email), PowerPoint (presentation), and Access (database), covering the basic functions of each application. Also covered are advanced topics in the MOS and MOS Expert series.

 

 

 

Access 2003

Access 2003: 1 Introduction to Access

Access 2003: 2 Designing and Building Tables

Access 2003: 3 Enhanced Tables and Datasheets

Access 2003: 4 Searches and Queries

Access 2003: 5 Advanced Queries and Calculations

Access 2003: 6 Access Report System

Access 2003: 7 The Internet Forms and the Analyzer

 

 

 

Access 2003 to 2010 Upgrade

Access 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 1 Navigating the Updated Office Interface

Access 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 2 Common Features in Office 2010

Access 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 3 What’s New in Access 2007

Access 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 4 What’s New in Access 2010

 

 

 

Access 2007

Access 2007: 1 Introduction to Access

Access 2007: 2 Creating Tables

Access 2007: 3 Working with Tables

Access 2007: 4 Creating Forms

Access 2007: 5 Creating Reports

Access 2007: 6 Queries and Filters

 

 

 

Access 2007 Advanced

Access 2007 Advanced: 1 Expressions and Queries

Access 2007 Advanced: 2 PivotTables, PivotCharts, and Graphs

Access 2007 Advanced: 3 Macros and Data Imports/Exports

 

 

 

Access 2010

Access 2010: 1 Using Access 2010

 

 

 

 

Excel 2003

Excel 2003: 1 Getting Started

Excel 2003: 2 Creating a Spreadsheet

Excel 2003: 3 Formatting Data

Excel 2003: 4 Editing and Printing Worksheets

Excel 2003: 5 Managing Worksheets

Excel 2003: 6 Charts and Databases

Excel 2003: 7 Hypertext and Tips

 

 

 

Excel 2003 to 2010 Upgrade

Excel 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 1 Navigating the Updated Office Interface

Excel 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 2 Common Features in Office 2010

Excel 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 3 What’s New in Excel 2007

Excel 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 4 What’s New in Excel 2010

 

 

 

Excel 2007

Excel 2007: 1 Getting Started

Excel 2007: 2 Creating a Worksheet

Excel 2007: 3 Formatting Data

Excel 2007: 4 Editing and Printing Worksheets

Excel 2007: 5 Managing Worksheets

Excel 2007: 6 Using Charts and Objects

 

 

 

Excel 2007 Advanced

Excel 2007 Advanced: 1 Filtering and Sorting Data

Excel 2007 Advanced: 2 Using Pivot Tables

Excel 2007 Advanced: 3 Working with Functions

Excel 2007 Advanced: 4 Using Data Analysis Tools

Excel 2007 Advanced: 5 Automating with VBA Macros

Excel 2007 Advanced: 6 Adding Connections and Importing Data

 

 

 

Excel 2010

Excel 2010: 1 Using Excel 2010

 

 

Excel 2010 MOS

Excel 2010 MOS: 1 Becoming Familiar with Excel

Excel 2010 MOS: 2 Performing Basic Workbook Tasks

Excel 2010 MOS: 3 Working with Formulas and Functions

Excel 2010 MOS: 4 Modifying Workbooks and Worksheets

Excel 2010 MOS: 5 Formatting Worksheets

Excel 2010 MOS: 6 Viewing and Printing

Excel 2010 MOS: 7 Working with Graphics

Excel 2010 MOS: 8 Charting, Sorting, and Filtering Data

Excel 2010 MOS: 9 Reviewing and Sharing Data

 

 

 

Office 2007

Office 2007: 1 Navigating the New Interface

Office 2007: 2 Whats New in Word

Office 2007: 3 Whats New in Excel

Office 2007: 4 Whats New in PowerPoint

Office 2007: 5 Whats New in Access

office 2007: 6 Whats New in Outlook

Office 2007: 7 Common Tasks

 

 

 

Office 2010

Office 2010: 1 Common Features

Office 2010: 2 What’s New in Word

Office 2010: 3 What’s New in Excel

Office 2010: 4 What’s New in PowerPoint

Office 2010: 5 What’s New in Outlook

Office 2010: 6 What’s New in Access

Office 2010: 7 What’s New in SharePoint

 

 

 

 

Outlook 2003

Outlook 2003: 1 Getting Started

Outlook 2003: 2 Managing Messages

Outlook 2003: 3 Contacts and Calendar Entries

Outlook 2003: 4 Tasks Notes and Journal Entries

Outlook 2003: 5 Newsgroups and Outlook Web Access

Outlook 2003: 6 Collaboration and Security

Outlook 2003: 7 Personalizing Outlook

 

 

 

Outlook 2003 to 2010 Upgrade

Outlook 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 1 Navigating the Updated Office Interface

Outlook 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 2 Common Features in Office 2010

Outlook 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 3 What’s New in Outlook 2007

Outlook 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 4 What’s New in Outlook 2010

 

 

 

Outlook 2007

Outlook 2007: 1 Sending and Receiving E-Mail

Outlook 2007: 2 Managing E-Mail

Outlook 2007: 3 Creating Contacts and Distribution Lists

Outlook 2007: 4 Using the Calendar

Outlook 2007: 5 Setting Tasks and To-Do Items

Outlook 2007: 6 Staying Safe with E-Mail

Outlook 2007: 7 Organizing E-Mail

 

 

 

Outlook 2010

Outlook 2010: 1 Using Outlook 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

PowerPoint 2003

PowerPoint 2003: 1 Introduction to PowerPoint

PowerPoint 2003: 2 Completing the Presentation

PowerPoint 2003: 3 Presentation Effectiveness

PowerPoint 2003: 4 Color Masters Templates

PowerPoint 2003: 5 Drawings Charts Sound Video

PowerPoint 2003: 6 Animation Web Pages Collaboration

 

 

 

PowerPoint 2003 to 2010 Upgrade

PowerPoint 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 1 Navigating the Updated Office Interface

PowerPoint 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 2 Common Features in Office 2010

PowerPoint 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 3 What’s New in PowerPoint 2007

PowerPoint 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 4 What’s New in PowerPoint 2010

 

 

 

PowerPoint 2007

PowerPoint 2007: 1 Getting Started

PowerPoint 2007: 2 Developing a Presentation

PowerPoint 2007: 3 Design Elements

PowerPoint 2007: 4 Inserting Shapes

PowerPoint 2007: 5 Formatting Shapes

PowerPoint 2007: 6 Clip Art, Pictures, and WordArt

PowerPoint 2007: 7 SmartArt Graphics

PowerPoint 2007: 8 Charts and Tables

 

 

 

PowerPoint 2010

PowerPoint 2010: 1 Using PowerPoint 2010

 

 

 

 

Project 2003

Project 2003: 1 Learning the Basics

Project 2003: 2 Setting Up a Project

Project 2003: 3 Managing Project Files

Project 2003: 4 Creating a Task List

Project 2003: 5 Scheduling Tasks

Project 2003: 6 Viewing a Schedule

Project 2003: 7 Defining Resources and Costs

Project 2003: 8 Assigning Resources and Costs

Project 2003: 9 Tracking a Project

Project 2003:10 Analyzing Progress and Revising the Schedule

 

 

 

Project 2007

Project 2007: 1 Getting Started with Project 2007

Project 2007: 2 Building a Project

Project 2007: 3 Setting Up Resources and Establishing Costs

Project 2007: 4 Viewing Projects

Project 2007: 5 Resolving Scheduling and Resource Conflicts

Project 2007: 6 Tracking the Progress of Projects

Project 2007: 7 Creating Reports and Calculating Earned Values

Project 2007: 8 Consolidating Projects

 

 

 

Project 2010

Project 2010: 1 Using Project 2010

 

 

SharePoint 2007

SharePoint 2007: 1 Getting Organized

SharePoint 2007: 2 Managing Documents

SharePoint 2007: 3 Using Libraries and Lists

SharePoint 2007: 4 Creating Pages, Workspaces, and Sites

SharePoint 2007: 5 Integrating with Microsoft Office

SharePoint 2007: 6 Managing Records and Web Content

SharePoint 2007: 7 Using Advanced Features

 

 

 

SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2010: 1 Using SharePoint 2010

 

 

 

Word 2003

Word 2003: 1 Introduction to Word

Word 2003: 2 Nav Edit Working with Text Blocks

Word 2003: 3 Spell Check Print Prep Other Tips

Word 2003: 4 Formatting Char Fonts Text Prgrphs

Word 2003: 5 Formatting Tabs Pages and Documents

Word 2003: 6 Styles Templates and Formatting Tips

Word 2003: 7 Borders Tables and Columns

Word 2003: 8 Lists Images and Art

Word 2003: 9 Creating Projects with Word

 

 

 

Word 2003 to 2010 Upgrade

Word 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 1 Navigating the Updated Office Interface

Word 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 2 Common Features in Office 2010

Word 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 3 What’s New in Word 2007

Word 2003 to 2010 Upgrade: 4 What’s New in Word 2010

 

 

 

Word 2007

Word 2007: 1 Getting Started

Word 2007: 2 Typing and Editing Text

Word 2007: 3 Formatting Text

Word 2007: 4 Formatting Paragraphs and Lists

Word 2007: 5 Building Tables

Word 2007: 6 Working with Images

 

 

 

Word 2010

Word 2010:1 Using Word 2010

 

 

 

Word 2010 MOS

Word 2010 MOS: 1 Getting Started with Word 2010

Word 2010 MOS: 2 Formatting Text

Word 2010 MOS: 3 Formatting Paragraphs and Lists

Word 2010 MOS: 4 Creating Tables

Word 2010 MOS: 5 Controlling Page Setup

Word 2010 MOS: 6 Templates, Themes, and Quick Parts

Word 2010 MOS: 7 Working with Pictures and Clip Art

Word 2010 MOS: 8 Creating Shapes and SmartArt

Word 2010 MOS: 9 Reviewing Documents

Word 2010 MOS:10 Creating References and Links

Word 2010 MOS:11 Sharing and Sending Documents

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