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Information Technology Services Classes

All classes listed are held in the CLC, CC 114 and run about 1.5 hours in duration.  The Access class is the sole exception and is 3 hours long.

Class Name

Date/Time

Description

Migrating to Office 2013

September 8

1:30 - 3

The latest Microsoft Office suite has some interesting changes from previous versions of the programs.  Come learn what’s different in 2013!

Beginning Excel

September 15

1:30 - 3

This is a basic introductory course for Microsoft Excel.  If you have never used the program, or haven’t touched it in years, this is the perfect place to begin thinking about this spreadsheet application.

Excel Formulas

September 22

1:30 - 3

Let Excel do the math for you!  This class covers basic formulas and function in Excel.  It includes an overview of the best practices for equations in Excel.

Formatting and Charts in Excel

September 29

1:30 - 3

A picture is worth a thousand words!  This class helps you to format your spreadsheets for maximum clarity and turn your data into charts that look polished and complete.

Pivot Tables in Excel

October 6

1:30 - 3

Pivot tables are a data summarization tool that will help you manipulate your data for better analysis.  Among other functions, this tool can help you quickly sort, count, total or average large amounts of data.

Mail Merges

October 27

1:30 - 3

Mail merges in Word 2013 can help you create multiple documents from a single template using a well-structured data source.  Send bulk letters that have a personal touch!

Tips and Tricks for Office 2013

November 3

1:30 - 3

Come with questions!  This class will show you some of the wonderful ways that Office can make using Office easier.  The class will cover customizing your work environment, keyboard shortcuts, page numbers in Word and Excel, and password protection.

Timings, Animations, and Dialogical PowerPoint

November 10

1:30 - 3

Learn to take PowerPoint presentations to the next level.  This course will show you how to set up a dialogical presentation for a non-linear conversation, animate objects on the slides, and automate the presentation.

Introduction to Access

November 17

1 - 4

This class covers a basic introduction to key concepts in Access.  We will discuss tables, reports, queries, and forms.

Outlook Calendars

November 24

1:30 – 3

This is a basic introduction to calendars on the Outlook Exchange system. 

E-mail us at empower@hartford.edu for more information or to sign up for a class.  Additional classes are available for a fee through the Entrepreneurial Center.  As all course listings change frequently, please check back often.