BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY SKILLS - Irish Co ??BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY SKILLS OVERVIEW This training is designed to up adjusted during the session to accommodate the needs of the participants.

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BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY SKILLS OVERVIEW This training is designed to upadjusted during the session to accommodate the needs of the participants. It will include some time to address any specific difficulties they are experiencing in usiaspect of the software. The following is determined when participants are identified.Duration: 3 days SUMMARY CONTENTIntroduction to MS Office This programme is aimed at new users of PCs who have limited time to devote to gaining new skills but who want a clearer understanding of working with computers. The presenter will give clear, focused instructions on how to make effective use of a PC with just basic knowledge. It will be borne in mind that participants may not be making daily use of computers. Working with MS Windows Desktop Taskbar Toolbars Moving & resizing windowsWorking in multiple windows Using applications Launching Applications e.g. Word, Excel Creating a documentSaving a documentSaving changes to a documentGood saving practice Selecting text Cut, copy and pasteBasic formatting My Computer- managing fCreating and naming folders for easy useMoving and copying files between foldersGood directory structure practiceCOMPUTER LITERACY SKILLS This training is designed to up-skill staff in Microsoft applications. The content can be adjusted during the session to accommodate the needs of the participants. It will include some time to address any specific difficulties they are experiencing in usiaspect of the software. The following is guideline only, finalized content to be determined when participants are identified. SUMMARY CONTENT Introduction to MS Office Word and Excel This programme is aimed at new users of PCs who have limited time to devote to gaining new skills but who want a clearer understanding of working with computers. The presenter will give clear, focused instructions on how to make effective use of a PC just basic knowledge. It will be borne in mind that participants may not be making daily use of computers. Working with MS Windows what all the buttons are for Moving & resizing windows Working in multiple windows applications spreadsheets, word processing etc. Launching Applications e.g. Word, Excel Creating a document Saving a document Saving changes to a document Good saving practice Cut, copy and paste managing files Creating and naming folders for easy use Moving and copying files between folders Good directory structure practice skill staff in Microsoft applications. The content can be adjusted during the session to accommodate the needs of the participants. It will include some time to address any specific difficulties they are experiencing in using any guideline only, finalized content to be This programme is aimed at new users of PCs who have limited time to devote to gaining new skills but who want a clearer understanding of working with computers. The presenter will give clear, focused instructions on how to make effective use of a PC just basic knowledge. It will be borne in mind that participants may not be Introduction to the Internet begin taking advantage of THE INTERNET Terms and concepts How the Web worksSearch Engines Downloading Information Internet Explorer BasicsThe Main Browser WindowThe Main Explorer ToolbarBasic Browsing Viewing Documents While Not On The WebPrinting Web DocumentsTips For Doing Web SearchesSpeeding Up Your BrowsingManagement Of FavoritesCustomising PreferencesEffective Internet Explorer UseEmail Using Microsoft Outlook Finding your e-mail address Connecting, checking for and receiving mailCreating messages in Microsoft Outlook Revising messagesSending messages Sending Queued MessagesAttaching Files to messagesUsing folders Filtering Incoming Messages into FoldersManaging disk space by compacting messagesSignature files Introduction to the Internet a hands-on programme covering all that is needed to begin taking advantage of the internet and e-mail. Terms and concepts How the Web works Downloading Information Internet Explorer Basics The Main Browser Window The Main Explorer Toolbar Viewing Documents While Not On The Web Web Documents Tips For Doing Web Searches Speeding Up Your Browsing Management Of Favorites Customising Preferences Effective Internet Explorer Use Using Microsoft Outlook mail address Connecting, checking for and receiving mail Creating messages in Microsoft Outlook Revising messages Sending Queued Messages Attaching Files to messages Filtering Incoming Messages into Folders Managing disk space by compacting messages on programme covering all that is needed to

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