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Hands on Office

Microsoft Office
With Microsoft Office 2010 you can support your business. You can write your proposals in Word, do some calculations at Excel, interact with your customers with Ooulook, present your business with PowerPoint, you can keep track of customers record in Access..

Open Office
You can do almost everything you do with Open Office. Since it is open source, it is FREE.

Google Docs
Google Docs is an easy-to-use online word processor, spreadsheet and presentation editor that enables you and your collegues/ students to create, store and share instantly and securely, and collaborate online in real time. You can create new documents from scratch or upload existing documents, spreadsheets and presentations. There's no software to download, and all your work is stored safely online and can be accessed from any computer.And it is FREE..

Office 365
Office 365 is pay as you go basis, secure, anywhere access to email and calendars, Office Web Apps, instant messaging, conferencing, and file sharing.

 

Today’s competition conditions shows us to be powerful and to be equipped. To get rid of the inequality caused by the lack of education is possible with life long continuous training.

We as PayDeg designed our Office traning to support you and to let you use the software much more efficiently and purposive for your own business needs.   

PayDeg’s training can be customized according to your needs. Therefore, we need to get your needs clearly to support you much better and save your time and money.  

As PayDeg we can train students for basic business solutions to let them a step ahead of their competitiors in the business life after graduation. We have especially designed Office course just for this porpose.

If you consider our Office training, please check it out our web page PayDeg training and before hand please fill up our Necessity Analysis.

 

First Tip

How to set line spacing?

Ms Word;
At ribbon under paragraph click on line spacing button.

Open Office;
Under Format menu click on Paragraph and under Indents & Spacing tab
choose the line spacing you want.

Google Docs;
Expand the line spacing drop-down menu from the toolbar. Select the section you want.

Office 365;
If you have Office2007 or 2010 installed on your pc Office 365 uses it.If you don't have any office program installed you may use Office web application. For Both you can use line spacing button like in Word

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