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Get free, downloadable versions of the following Office 2010 training courses. They’re in PowerPoint 2010 format, so you can customize them for group training or view them on your desktop.

If you don't have PowerPoint installed on your computer, you can still open and view a presentation without PowerPoint by using PowerPoint for the web or a mobile app.


Make the switch to Access 2010

Design the tables for a new database

Create tables for a new database

Create relationships for a new database

Create queries for a new database

Create forms for a new database

Create reports for a new database

Add the web to your databases

Build and publish web databases

EXCEL 2010

Make the switch to Excel 2010

Get to know Excel 2010: Create your first spreadsheet

Get to know Excel 2010: Create formulas

Understand data at a glance with conditional formatting

VLOOKUP: What it is, and when to use it

Sparklines - Use tiny charts to show data trends

Use Excel tables to manage information

The IF function - What it is, and how to use it

How to create a basic chart in Excel 2010

Figure out dates by using formulas in Excel 2010

Plan payments and savings in Excel 2010

Excel 2010 keyboard shortcuts 1: CTRL key shortcuts

Excel 2010 keyboard shortcuts 2: ALT key shortcuts


Make the switch to OneNote 2010


Make the switch to Outlook 2010

Tame your Outlook 2010 Inbox

Get familiar with the Outlook Calendar

Use e-mail signatures in Outlook 2010

Use electronic business cards in Outlook 2010

Outlook and RSS - The Internet in your mailbox

Manage your mail and more with conditional formatting

Send Automatic Replies when you're away

Save time with templates in Outlook 2010

Mailbox Management 1: Use views to stay organized in Outlook 2010

Mailbox Management 2: Instant Search and Search Folders


Make the switch to PowerPoint 2010

Create your first PowerPoint 2010 presentation

Use photos in PowerPoint 2010

PowerPoint 2010 tips and tricks

PowerPoint 2010 keyboard shortcuts

Charts and diagrams I: SmartArt graphics

Charts and diagrams II: Data charts

Broadcast a PowerPoint presentation

Add videos to PowerPoint 2010


Getting started with Project 2010


SharePoint document libraries I - An introduction

SharePoint document libraries II: Organize and configure a library

SharePoint lists - Techniques for managing large lists

SharePoint lists - Exciting ways to display your list data

SharePoint lists - Handy tips and tricks

My Sites: Connecting to people and information

Share information in a central place

Collaborate on documents and projects more efficiently

Manage documents and content in SharePoint Server 2010


SharePoint 2010 Workspace introduction

VISIO 2010

Make the switch to Visio 2010

Cross-functional flowcharts in Visio 2010

Business Process Modeling Notation basics

WORD 2010

Make the switch to Word 2010

Create your first Word document I

Create your first Word document II

Use the Word Navigation Pane to search and move around in a document

Create visually compelling documents in Word 2010

Get control of page numbers, headers, and footers

Create accessible documents in Word 2010

Word 2010 keyboard shortcuts

Word 2010 tips and tricks

Add a table of content in Word 2010


Office 2010 Security - Protecting your files

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