What’s New in Office 2013:  Transitioning from Office 2007/2010 to Office 2013

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Overview

This course covers those features of Microsoft Office 2013 that are new to the Office system, with dedicated units for the new features of each application. Students will learn about changes to Backstage View and the Ribbon, including more general overview of using and customizing the Ribbon for those more familiar with Office versions previous to 2010. They will also learn Office 2013's new online features, including account sign-in, cloud storage, and online services. In Word they will use new tools to navigate and review documents, reply to comments, format a document, align graphics, work with tables, and open PDF files in Word. In Excel they will format data with the Flash Fill and Quick Analysis tools, insert charts and PivotTables using recommendations, and format a chart with the new tool buttons. In PowerPoint they will apply theme variants, match colors with the Eyedropper, create custom shapes, and rehearse a presentation in Presenter view. Finally, in Outlook they will use new interface and message elements, explore the new People View, and compose inline replies.

Intended Audience

This course is intended for individuals who already have foundational knowledge and skills in Office 2007 or Office 2010 and who are interested in transitioning from the earlier version of Office to Office 2013.

At Completion

 

Prerequisites

To ensure your success, you will need to have familiarity with either the Office 2007 or Office 2010 suite of products, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. To meet this prerequisite, you can take any one or more of the following courses:

 


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Materials

 

Course Outline

Unit 1: Using the Ribbon

  • Topic A: Office interface elements
  • Topic B: Customizing the ribbon  

Unit 2: Files and Online Services

  • Topic A: Microsoft Office Backstage view
  • Topic B: Online and cloud functions  

Unit 3: New Word Features

  • Topic A: Viewing documents
  • Topic B: Document design
  • Topic C: Editing PDFs in Word  

Unit 4: New Excel Features

  • Topic A: Context-sensitive automation
  • Topic B: Organizing and presenting data  

Unit 5: New PowerPoint Features

  • Topic A: New visual enhancements
  • Topic B: Arranging presentation elements
  • Topic C: Presenter view  

Unit 6: New Outlook Features

  • Topic A: Navigating Outlook
  • Topic B: Working with messages

 

 

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