General Office 2003 training courses

A roadmap to general Office 2003 training:

1. Keyboard and accessibility essentials

Course What you’ll learn
Work with the keyboard in Office Quick ways to accomplish tasks with simple keystrokes, keyboard techniques that work in every Office program, and how to find and print out lists of keyboard shortcuts
Create an accessible Office document How to make documents easier for everyone to read and use, with simple techniques like proper font size, descriptive text for graphics, screen colors, and well-positioned hyperlinks

2. Safe and secure

Course What you’ll learn
Help protect yourself: Security in Office How to create robust passwords for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents, and what anti-virus software, macro security levels, and digital signatures can do to help protect you
Audio course: Sign your own macros for stronger security How to sign your own macros, reduce the number of security warnings you see while still maintaining a high security level, and use self-certification

3. You thought you knew Office?

Course What you’ll learn
Organize your clip art and other media How Clip Organizer categorizes your graphics, sound files, and animations so that you can find them more quickly. Also, where to download more clips
Customize your toolbars and menus How to move and change menus and toolbars, and how to design your own menu with the commands that you use the most often
See what you can do with the Research service Where to look up definitions, synonyms, encyclopedia articles, and information on the Web — all without leaving your Office document
XML: What's it all about? The basics of XML: what it is and how it works, and basic XML terminology and concepts such as tags, schemas, and transforms

Note     You can also download shorter PowerPoint versions of some training courses, or you can download the Quick Reference Cards that summarize each course.

And that's not all — the whole schmeer

Online training isn't just for these core Office features. It's also available for the other programs in the Microsoft Office System. Because the more you know, the better you do.