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windows10

Microsoft has released their newest operating system, and it is a combination of the best features of previous operating systems with some new things added in as well. While you will recognize many of the features, there are new things to get used to, and our eLearning course can help you learn everything you need to get the most out of Windows 10. Our courses are self-paced and offer you the ability to try out the features for yourself to make sure you understand how to use everything. 

Some of the features of this course include...

  • The Windows 10 Desktop
  • The Windows Store
  • Files and Folders
  • Cortana
  • OneDrive
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Devices and Settings
  • Customization
  • Security and Searching

We would love for you to check out our Windows 10 course, and let it help you learn this powerful operating system. 

word 2016

Our Word 2016 quick reference guide is now available! We are working hard to bring you all of the guides you need to get started in Office 2016, and this guide is guranteed to help you use this important program. 

Some of the features included in this guide:

  • Saving a document
  • Adding a link
  • Sharing a document
  • Locking content
  • Using the Revision Pane
  • And so much more! 

We know you will love this guide, and that it will help you get the most out of the newest verison of Word. We also offer Outlook 2016, and Excel 2016. PowerPoint is on the way very soon! 

educatorliscensing

Do you work for an educational institution, and need to train your employees on Microsoft products? Our new Educator Licensing for eLearning is just what you need! For one low price you will have full access to our eLearning library which contains basic and advanced level courses. All of our courses contain a Try It section which allows you to practice what you've learned within the course. They also contain an evaluation exam for you to test your knowledge. As part of this licensing you will also have access to new courses as soon as they are released at no extra cost. Contact your sales representative today to find out more about this special offer. 

We're also working hard to bring you our new Windows 10 eLearning course. Windows 10 is now a recommended update, and we want you to learn how to use this new operating system quickly and efficiently. We'll cover the new personal assistant Cortana, the new browser Microsoft Edge, and all of the new features that you have been hearing about. As part of your educator license, you'll have access to this course as soon as it is released! 

excel2016

Are you wading into the new Microsoft Office? We are working hard to bring you all of the training materials that you need to help you learn these new programs. We recently released our Outlook 2016 quick reference guide, and we now have our Excel 2016 quick reference guide is available as a valuable resource to get you started. 

Features include:

  • Creating a New Workbook from a Template
  • Inserting a Worksheet
  • Using Autofill
  • Creating a Forecast
  • Inserting a Chart

That's just a sampling of the information contained in the new guide. Order your copy today! 

outlook on the web

Have you been using Outlook Web App in Office 365 and noticed that something has changed? Outlook Web App is now Outlook on the Web! If your version hasn't already changed then be aware that it will be changing soon. Along with the name change there are some new features that you'll want to learn so you get the most out of this great program. 

We have a new quick reference guide to help you learn the new features including...

  • Using the Nav Bar
  • Liking a Message
  • Pinning a Message
  • Adding an Event Charm
  • Interacting with a Contact

That's just a few of the features this new guide can help you with, so check it out today! 

If you have already made the switch to Windows 10, then you've noticed that the default browser is now Edge. While Internet Explorer still exists, Edge is designed to be more stable, and less vunerable to the attacks that have plagued IE. But many people still use Internet Explorer, and if you're one of those people who is using an older version of the browser, then you'll soon get a notice that you should upgrade to the newest version. Microsoft has announced that on Janurary 12th they will stop supporting versions 8,9, and 10. 

Internet Explorer is still available, and you'll be able to upgrade to version 11. If you're interested in getting to know the new Edge browser, you can check out our Windows 10 guide which gives you a brief overview of the new browser.