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Whether you need to organize data, do multiple calculations, create a slideshow, or write a book; Microsoft Office has the application for you and CCBC has the class to help you learn how to use it. CCBC has a variety of courses and multiple levels to help use Microsoft Office with ease and work more efficiently.

Microsoft Office Courses

Access

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction or equivalent knowledge, and previous level class or equivalent knowledge for intermediate and advanced levels

Introduction: Learn the basic functions and features of Access, database concepts, the Access environment, and the Help systems. Design and create databases and create queries, forms, and reports.
Access Introduction »

Intermediate: Normalize data, manage table relationships, and enforce referential integrity; work with Lookup fields and subdatasheets; create join queries, calculate fields, and summary values; add objects to forms and create advanced form types; print reports and labels; create and modify charts; and use PivotTables and PivotCharts.
Access Intermediate »

Advanced: Learn how to query with SQL; create crosstab, parameter, and action queries; create macros; import, export, and link database objects; interact with XML documents; create hyperlink fields; optimize, split, and backup databases; password protect and encrypt databases; and set Access options and properties. 
Access Advanced »

ADA Compliance for Microsoft Office

Recognize the importance of ADA Compliance in electronic documents, sites, or internet documents and learn to convert the current existing documents into ADA Compliant formats using the Microsoft Office Accessibility Checker and all the available tools to format text, tables, images, shapes and other objects in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.

Microsoft SharePoint: An introduction for End-Users

Recommended: Microsoft Office 2016 Intro or equivalent knowledge.

Data Analysis with Excel 2013 PivotTables

Students learn how to use Excel 2013 advanced PivotTable functionality to analyze your raw data.

Topics to be covered include: preparing data and creating PivotTables, analyzing data using PivotTables, working with PivotCharts.

Prerequisite: Excel 2013 Intermediate or equivalent knowledge.

Data Analysis with Excel 2016 PivotTables

Use Power Pivot Tables to organize, manipulate and report on large amounts of data quickly.

Pre-requisite: Excel 2016 Intermediate, or equivalent knowledge. 

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Excel

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction or equivalent knowledge, and previous level class or equivalent knowledge for intermediate and advance levels

Introduction: Learn the basic functions and features of Excel: spreadsheet terminology, the Excel environment, and the Help system. Create, edit, format, and print basic Excel worksheets.
Excel Introduction »

Intermediate: Learn how to use multiple worksheets and workbooks efficiently, and work with more advanced formatting options including styles, themes, backgrounds, outlines and subtotals, create and apply cell names, work with tables, save workbooks as Web pages, insert and edit hyperlinks, and learn to share workbooks by email. Also covered are advanced charting techniques, worksheet auditing and protection, file sharing and merging, workbook templates, and PivotTables and PivotCharts.
Excel Intermediate »

Advanced: Learn advanced formulas, lookup functions, data validation and database functions, importing and exporting data, and how to query external databases. Explore the analytical features of Excel, running and recording macros, SmartArt graphics, and conditional formatting with graphics.
Excel Advanced »

Excel 2016 Complete

This course is a combination of the Excel 2016 Introduction, Intermediate and Advanced courses.

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction or equivalent knowledge.

Excel 2016 Complete »

Microsoft Certification

Microsoft Excel 2016 Certification Training
The MOS credential is a globally recognized standard that validates skills with the 2016 Microsoft Office system. Certified individuals will establish their ability to demonstrate the fundamentals of creating and managing worksheets and workbooks, creating cells and ranges, creating tables, applying formulas and functions and creating charts and objects.

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Microsoft Excel 2019 Certification Training
The MOS credential is a globally recognized standard that validates skills with the 2019 Microsoft Office system. Certified individuals will establish their ability to demonstrate the fundamentals of creating and managing worksheets and workbooks, creating cells and ranges, creating tables, applying formulas and functions and creating charts and objects.

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Microsoft Outlook 2016 Certification Training
This Microsoft Outlook 2016 course introduces the 2016 interface and gets you up and running quickly working with messages, calendars, contacts, and tasks. You then move on to learning how to manage accounts and the inbox and then on to the more advanced features of Outlook, such as working with notes, using signatures and themes, and learning about some of the new features in the 2016 version.

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Microsoft Outlook 2019 Certification Training
This Microsoft Outlook 2019 course introduces the 2019 interface and gets you up and running quickly working with messages, calendars, contacts, and tasks. You then move on to learning how to manage accounts and the inbox and then on to the more advanced features of Outlook, such as working with notes, using signatures and themes, and learning about some of the new features in the 2019 version.

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Microsoft Word 2016 Certification Training
The MOS credential is a globally recognized standard that validates skills with the 2016 Microsoft Office system. Certified individuals will establish their ability to perform a number of Word tasks, such as creating and managing documents, formatting text, paragraphs and sections, creating tables and lists, applying references, and inserting and formatting objects.

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Microsoft Word 2019 Certification Training
The MOS credential is a globally recognized standard that validates skills with the 2019 Microsoft Office system. Certified individuals will establish their ability to demonstrate the fundamentals of creating and managing worksheets and workbooks, creating cells and ranges, creating tables, applying formulas and functions and creating charts and objects.

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Onsite-in person---Classes will be opened in the Fall of 2021

1) Microsoft Outlook 2016 Certification Training-More information to come in the Fall of 2021
2) Microsoft Word 2016 Certification Training-More information to come in the Fall of 2021

Microsoft Office Introduction

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction or equivalent knowledge

Learn the basics of MS Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access by doing hands-on projects. Create and edit Word documents, produce an Excel spreadsheet with basic formulas and functions, create a PowerPoint presentation, and develop an Access database.
Microsoft Office Introduction »

Microsoft Office 365 Essentials Skills

Whether at your home or office, accessing Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook applications has never been easier. Office 365 provides a collaborative experience with your classmates, colleagues and team members that makes sharing easy and convenient. Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to utilize the potential of this online suite.
Recommended: Microsoft Office 2016 Intro or equivalent knowledge.

Microsoft Office Training online with Ed2Go

For course details, For course details, visit http://www.ed2go.com/ccbconline/ and search for the course title.
  • What’s New in Microsoft Office?
  • Introduction to Microsoft Access
  • Intermediate Microsoft Access
  • Introduction to Microsoft Excel
  • Intermediate Microsoft Excel
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel
  • Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Introduction to Microsoft Word
  • Intermediate Microsoft Word

Microsoft Project

Prerequisites: Windows Intro or equivalent knowledge and an understanding of project management concepts.

Create a project plan during the planning phase of a project and then update during the execution, monitoring, and controlling phases.
Microsoft Project »

Microsoft SharePoint: An Introduction for the End-User

Take advantage of the secure, powerful content sharing features offered in Microsoft's SharePoint platform. Become empowered with the knowledge required to collaborate, share and organize media, documents and presentations in a meaningful and effective way. Learn to leverage SharePoint features to engage your team members and manage your projects with ease.
Recommended: Microsoft Office 365 Essential Skills or equivalent knowledge.

Microsoft Teams: From Configuration to Collaboration

In today's modern workplace landscape, being able to collaborate effectively with a geographically distributed team has never been more important. Learn how to take advantage of the Microsoft Team application in the Office 365 suite to master the tools you need in order to take control of your ability to communicate across a broad menu of options. Learn how to use Microsoft team to collaborate with your colleague using email, online meetings and sharing files.
Recommended: Microsoft Office 365 Essential Skills or equivalent knowledge.

Microsoft Teams: From Configuration to Collaboration

Microsoft Teams: From Configuration to Collaboration

PowerPoint

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction or equivalent knowledge, and previous level class or equivalent knowledge for the advanced level

Introduction: Customize PowerPoint by modifying the Ribbon and changing application settings, apply themes and templates, and work with SmartArt graphics and tables. Add multimedia content and interactive elements to slides, and learn about presentation distribution options including PDF, HTML, and online broadcasts. Finally, integrate PowerPoint with Word and Excel.
PowerPoint Introduction »

Advanced: Learn  to use some of the more advanced features of PowerPoint including modifying the PowerPoint environment, customizing design templates, adding SmartArt, adding media and animations, collaborating on a presentation, customizing a slide show, and securing and distributing a presentation.
PowerPoint Advanced »

Word

Prerequisite: Windows Introduction or equivalent knowledge, and previous level class or equivalent knowledge for intermediate and advanced levels

Introduction: Learn to create and edit simple documents; format documents; add tables and lists, design elements, layout options; and proof documents.
Word Introduction »

Intermediate: Learn to customize documents using tables, charts, styles, themes, and Quick Parts and automate tasks using templates and mail merge.
Word Intermediate »

Advanced: Manipulate images, collaborate and track revision, use cross-referencing and linking, secure a document, use forms, and create macros.
Word Advanced »