Class Descriptions and Prices

SEASONS CLASSES     $80   6 Hours

    (see calendar for dates and times)


  Learn the Best of Microsoft Windows 10, Word 2016, Excel   2016 or PowerPoint 2016​. In this 2-day 

class you will discover new  ways to use the program you choose. We start from the beginning and 

by the time you end the class you will be able to use that program with  more confidence and s​​kill. 

The class meets 2 Mondays  3-hours each.    (Please Note: Window​s 7 & Windows 8.1  will be not taught as a

   Seasons Class after September 1, 2015.  If you  would like to  schedule a Windows 7 class please call)​                 


                     

MICROSOFT® WINDOWS 7 or 10    $209   6 Hours


Welcome to Windows 10 is a complete introduction to Microsoft's operating system and all its exciting 

features. Students will learn how to manage windows and folders, sort and filter files, run​ programs, 

manage security settings and to take advantage of Windows multimedia features for photos, music, and 

videos. Learning is reinforced with plenty of illustrations and practical, hands-on projects and exercises 

that allow students to apply what they have learned.  (Windows 7 will have the same features as 

above plus those pertaining to this operating system.)



MICROSOFT® WORD 2010 or 2016 Level 1    $239   8 Hours


​In this course, you will work with Word 2010 or 2016, a powerful word processing program that allows you to

 do much more than just type documents. You will begin by opening Word and reviewing the new Ribbon interface. 

You will then open documents, and create your own documents. Throughout these lessons, you will learn

 to create and enhance business letters, memoranda, reports, and press releases. Important topics

 in this unit include using Word's spelling checker and grammar checker, the AutoCorrect feature, the Format Painter, 

and drag and drop. You will end this unit by working with mail merge.



MICROSOFT® WORD  2010 or 2016 Level 2   $239   8 Hours


In this course, you will work with intermediate Word Skills. You will work with section breaks, columns, 

WordArt, clip art, and themes. You will also create custom Building Blocks. You will create a promotional brochure. 

Topics introduced include setting page orientation and size, working with shapes, picture editing, 

inserting and formatting SmartArt, and formatting the page background. You will create a research paper 

that includes footnotes and endnotes, headers and footers, captions and a table of figures. 

You will also use Word's built-in templates and create your own template.



MICROSOFT® WORD 2010 or 2016 Level 3   $239  8 Hours


​In this course, you will organize a long document with a table of contents, an index, headers and footers, and 

cross-references. You will use Track Changes.  You will add comments to a document, send a document for 

review via email, and combine documents from multiple reviewers. You will add a password to a

 document and apply editing restrictions, combine reviewed documents without Track Changes, and use the 

Highlighter. You will create and edit macros and forms. You will share and secure content by providing

 compatibility, using the Document Inspector, controlling document access, and applying digital

 signatures. Finally, you will integrate Word with other Office applications and web pages.



MICROSOFT® EXCEL 2010 or 2016 Level 1   $239   8 Hours


In this course, you will work with Excel 2010 or 2016, a powerful spreadsheet application. 

The focus of this course is basic skills. You will begin by reviewing the new Office Ribbon 

interface. Then you will enter and edit data, select cells and ranges, print worksheets,

 create formulas and functions, and format cell contents.​



MICROSOFT® EXCEL 2010 or 2016 Level 2   $239   8 Hours 


In this course, you will sort worksheet rows, freeze headings, and split worksheet windows. You will set

 print options, insert art; draw, move, size, rotate, add styles; and create SmartArt. You will use Office templates

 and create custom templates. You will lock and unlock cells, apply worksheet protection, set a password,

 and attach a digital signature. You will copy and move worksheets, copy formatting between worksheets,

 and use linked formulas. Then you will create hyperlinks to areas within the workbook and to other documents.

 You will create and format tables, add calculation formulas, and sort and filter table data. Finally, you will hide detail

 data using the outline and grouping commands.



MICROSOFT® EXCEL 2010 or 2016 Level 3   $239   8 Hours 


In this course, you will work with advanced Excel features. You will create and format PivotTable

 and Pivot Charts, and create macros to automate routine tasks. You will use the PMT and FV functions,

 as well as Goal Seek, Solver, the Analysis ToolPak, and the Scenario Manager. You will use 3-D cell references

 and use the HLOOKUP, VLOOKUP, and IF functions. You will consolidate data from detail worksheets and group

 worksheets. You will use Data Validation and Conditional Formatting. You will create data tables and trend

 lines. You will set up project folders, insert comments into workbooks, and prepare to send a workbook

 as an email attachment. You will create shared workbooks and use the change history tracking feature.

 Finally, you will deal with compatibility issues and integrate Excel with other Office programs. 



MICROSOFT® POWERPOINT 2010 or 2016 Level 1   $239   8 Hours 


In this course, you will work with PowerPoint 2010 or 2016, an intense graphics presentation application

 that is deceptively easy to use. You will begin by navigating through the PowerPoint window, using document

 themes, and reviewing the new Ribbon interface. Then, you will create your own slide show, add slides, and

 create bulleted lists. By the end of the first lesson, you will deliver a presentation! 

Next, you will work with design concepts: copying text and objects, setting character spacing, rearranging

 slides, and more. You will work with clip art, animation, and sound to give your presentations

 more punch and excitement. Finally, you will place an Excel workbook into a PowerPoint presentation.


 MICROSOFT® POWERPOINT 2010 or 2016 Level 2    $239   8 Hours 


In this course, you will work with PowerPoint 2010 or 2016, an intense graphics presentation application 

that is deceptively easy to use. You will begin by navigating through the PowerPoint window, using 

document themes, and reviewing the new Ribbon interface. Then, you will create your own slide 

show, add slides, and create bulleted lists. By the end of the first lesson, you will deliver a presentation!

 Next, you will work with design concepts: copying text and objects, setting character spacing, rearranging slides, 

and more. You will work with clip art, animation, and sound to give your presentations more punch and 

excitement. Finally, you will place an Excel workbook into a PowerPoint presentation.



  MICROSOFT® POWERPOINT 2010 or 2016 Level 3    $239   8 Hours  


​In this course, you will build on the skills you acquired in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: Level 1 and Microsoft 

PowerPoint 2010: Level 2. (If you are taking Level 3 only, the presentation will already be displayed.) You will

 connect multiple presentations and save a presentation as a web page. You will then share your presentation

 with reviewers and exchange notes and comments. Next, you will transport your presentation and supporting files 

to another computer via a CD, DVD or a USB drive. Finally, you will share your presentation with 

users of earlier PowerPoint versions and integrate PowerPoint with other Office applications. 



MICROSOFT® ACCESS 2010 or 2016 Level 1    $239   8 Hours 


In this course you will explore Microsoft Access 2010 or 2016. You will open, navigate, and close database objects; 

view forms and reports; and look at queries. You will add records to a table using the datasheet and a form and 

use a database to sort, delete, edit, and filter records. You will design and create your own database, generate 

reports, create queries, and build a table from an Excel worksheet. You will create tables using Table Design

 View, append records to a table, work with queries and wizards, and learn about database management. 

Finally, you will modify table structures, set Lookup fields and field properties, and analyze and document a database.



MICROSOFT® ACCESS 2010 or 2016 Level 2     $239   8 Hours 


In this course, you will build on the skills you acquire in Microsoft Access Level 1. (If you are taking Access 2 only, a 

database will already be displayed.) You will learn the principles of designing a relational database and work with 

relationships. You will examine and edit database objects, create split forms, and identify object dependencies. 

You will use multiple tables, set criteria, sort and limit results, perform calculations, and create crosstab, unmatched, 

and duplicate queries. You will continue your study of forms by customizing input forms using Form Design View, 

modifying form controls, creating multiple items forms, and printing forms. Finally, you will use Report Design View

 as you create and modify reports, perform calculations on reports, generate labels, and print reports.



MICROSOFT® ACCESS

2010 or 2016  Level 3   $239   8 Hours 


In this course, you will create advanced and select queries, parameter queries, calculated fields in queries, 

and run action queries. You will set relationship join properties and add a subform, create a main form using a subform, 

add calculated controls to forms, and disable and lock form fields. You will import reports into databases, add subreports 

to main reports, create reports from subreports, number report items, create calculated controls on subreports, 

and analyze report performance. You will customize the database interface and set security options. 

You will set database options. Finally, you will integrate Access with Word, Excel, and Outlook.



No refunds for skipped seminar classes

Refund Policy

Full refunds will be accepted 48 hours prior to class.

No refunds full or partial will be made thereafter.​​