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Grab your lunch and join Nextrio’s smart IT training webinars from the comfort of your own desk. We’ll teach you how to get the most out of the applications you use most.
Webinars are free each Friday from 12:30pm-1:00pm, but space is limited! Request a registration invitation today for the sessions you would like to attend! Call 520-519-6304 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today!
November 1 – PivotTables, PivotCharts and Slicers!
You asked for it. . . Learn to make a basic Pivot Table, a basic Pivot Chart, add Slicers and more. Teach those rows and columns of data who’s the boss and make it learn some new tricks. Make your data sit up and speak!
November 8 – Work Together in Word 2010: Reviewing, commenting and tracking changes.
Learn to use the tools on the Review tab to edit, comment and track document changes! Make working on a collaborative project easier by using copy editing tools to their best advantage. We’ll show you how to edit copy, make comments and track changes in a Word document like a pro!
November 15 – Excel Charts: Look I’ll Show You!
If a picture is worth a thousand words then a chart is worth a million! Concise, insightful and meaningful, a chart can show what your data really means at a glance. Chart the way to new success and get a bigger piece of the pie. Raise the bar or spot a bubble. We’ll show you how!
November 22 – Office Templates: Models for Success!
Leverage free Microsoft template for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook 2010. Cure your formatting headaches. Take the pain out of creating great looking documents. Learn to create your own templates, modify existing templates and make all your Office documents look more professional.
November 29 – PowerPoint Pointers: Make points, not bullets, with your PowerPoint presentations.
It’s no coincidence that words describing our demise are associated with presenting. People fear public speaking almost as much as death, audiences fear bullets and “death by PowerPoint”. We’ve all been there! Saved yourself and grant your audiences a reprieve. People are dying for you to attend this one!