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Friday, October 29, 2010

7-day FREE Trial | MS Office 2011 for Mac - Powerpoint, Excel, Outlook and Word Tutorial Videos from Lynda.com Online Training

Lynda.com, one of the best online training sites in the web, has just released new video training tutorials for Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac. The new training titles include PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel and Word 2011 for Mac tutorials. You'll find a detailed topic outline for each course as well as some sample video tutorials on this page.

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Here are the topic outlines for the new MS Office 2011 for Mac training titles as well as some sample video tutorials from the training courses:

Title: PowerPoint 2011 for Mac Essential Training
Author: David Rivers
  1. Navigating the User Interface
  2. Getting Started with PowerPoint
  3. Formatting a Presentation
  4. Working with Text
  5. Working with Tables and Charts
  6. Working with Pictures and Multimedia
  7. Animating Your Presentation
  8. Proofing Your Content
  9. Showing Your Presentation
  10. Sharing Your Presentation
  11. Customizing Your Work Environment

MS PowerPoint 2011 for Mac | Introduction

MS PowerPoint 2011 for Mac | Creating a PDF Presentation

MS PowerPoint 2011 for Mac | Using Slide Transition Effects

MS PowerPoint 2011 for Mac | Adding Video to a Slide

MS PowerPoint 2011 for Mac | Pasting a Table from Excel

MS PowerPoint 2011 for Mac | Creating Your Own Themes

MS PowerPoint 2011 for Mac | Saving Time with Outline Mode

Title: Excel 2011 for Mac Essential Training
Author: Curt Frye
  1. Getting Started with Excel
  2. Managing Workbooks
  3. Managing Worksheets, Cells, and Cell Data
  4. Summarizing Data Using Formulas and Functions
  5. Formatting Worksheet Elements
  6. Working with Charts
  7. Working with External Data
  8. Working with Objects
  9. Exploring Pivot Table Reports
  10. Reviewing and Sharing Your Spreadsheets
  11. Automating Workbooks Using Macros

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Introduction

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Running an Existing Macro

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Setting AutoCorrect and AutoReplace

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Introducing PivotTable Reports

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Aligning and Layering Objects

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Using Hyperlinks

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Creating Line Charts

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Managing Office Themes

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Creating Formulas to Count Cells

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Creating an AutoSum Formula

MS Excel 2011 for Mac | Splitting and Freezing Rows and Columns

Title: Outlook 2011 for Mac Essential Training
Author: Alicia Katz Pollock
  1. Setting Up Outlook
  2. Reading Email
  3. Writing and Sending Email
  4. Organizing Email
  5. Managing Spam
  6. Working with Contacts
  7. Working with the Calendar
  8. Working with Tasks
  9. Working with Notes
  10. Getting Organized
  11. Using Outlook's Tools

MS Outlook 2011 for Mac | Introduction

MS Outlook 2011 for Mac | Exploring the User Interface

MS Outlook 2011 for Mac | Replying and Forwarding

MS Outlook 2011 for Mac | Using Categories

MS Outlook 2011 for Mac | Printing Your Calendar

MS Outlook 2011 for Mac | Syncing Contacts

MS Outlook 2011 for Mac | Previewing and Saving Attachments

Title: Word 2011 for Mac Essential Training
Author: Maria Langer
  1. Understanding the Word Interface
  2. Working with Files
  3. Learning the Basics of Text Entry
  4. Learning the Basics of Text Editing
  5. Formatting Text Characters
  6. Formatting Paragraphs
  7. Working with Tab Tables
  8. Using Styles
  9. Using Other Text Formatting Techniques
  10. Formatting Documents and Sections
  11. Adding Headers and Footers
  12. Working with Cell Tables
  13. Using Borders and Shading
  14. Working with Multimedia Elements
  15. Using Automatic Text Features
  16. Working with Outlines
  17. Using Word's Writing Tools
  18. Working with Other Users in Word
  19. Creating Letters, Envelopes, and Labels
  20. Controlling Privacy and Security
  21. Printing Documents
  22. Using Macros
  23. Customizing Word

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Introduction

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Reformatting with Quick Style Sets

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Using the Scrapbook

MS Word 2011 for Mac | The Ribbon

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Adding comments to documents

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Viewing Outlines

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Understanding Macro Security

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Printing to a PDF

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Inserting and Formatting a TextBox

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Setting Page Borders

MS Word 2011 for Mac | Using Table Styles

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Monday, October 25, 2010

How To Type The Apple Symbol On A Mac

If you want to type the Apple symbol or logo on a mac, the keyboard shortcut for that is:

shift + alt/option + k



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