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Workshops are open to current Marygrove students, staff, and alumni and registration is required.

Please call 313.927.1582 to register for a workshop.
They are held in the Student Technology Instruction & Collaboration Center (STICC), which is located in L011,
the lower level of the Marygrove College Library.
Note: Workshops are subject to change.

In order to assure success, students are strongly recommended to have good keyboarding skills and be familiar with Windows XP for any of the MS Office 2010 applications.

Students are also strongly recommended to have completed the Basic workshop before attending the Intermediate workshop and both Basic and Intermediate before attending the Advanced workshop of the MS Office applications.

Topics covered in workshops

Word - Basic: Geared toward the novice user, participants in this workshop will learn to Identify the parts of the Word window, open, create, save, close, rename, and delete a document, select, insert, delete, replace, copy, and preview and print a document.

Word - Intermediate: This workshop is intended for those who have mastered the skills introduced in Word Basic, and will cover the following topics:   paragraph alignment, indent markers, custom tab stops, line spacing, lists, headers, footers, page breaks, and templates.

Word - Advanced: In this third workshop in the Microsoft Word series, participants will learn advanced features of the program including Cover page, Text Box, background, style, theme, columns, tables, and Clip Art.

PowerPoint - Basic: This two hour workshop has been crafted to help beginners develop the fundamental skill needed to perform a variety of basic tasks including Identifying  the parts of the PowerPoint window; opening, creating, and editing a presentation; using the  text style, spelling and grammar checker, changing slide layout, and slide transitions.

PowerPoint - Intermediate: In this workshop participants will learn to use tables, charts, clip art images, pictures, shapes, un/group, WordArt & Quick Access Toolbar.

PowerPoint - Advanced: Animation, sounds, movies, navigating a slide show, virtual pen, hyperlinks, changing default settings are the topics of this advanced PowerPoint workshop. 

PowerPoint - QuickLearn – This PowerPoint tutorial focuses on performing specific tasks needed to create a basic presentation.  Participants will leave with a basic document to use as a template for future presentations.

Excel - Basic: In this first of three Excel workshops, participants will learn to Identify the functions and parts of the Excel window, create, navigate, format, preview, print a worksheet, and perform basic calculations.

Excel - Intermediate:  This workshop covers the intermediate features of Excel such as, charts, graphs, templates and formatting.

Excel - Advanced: Create formulas using the Insert Function; worksheet views (freezing titles, hiding data); consolidate worksheets, create a summary sheet; change page layout, create a header and footer. 

Excel Charts - QuickLearn – This tutorial focuses on performing template for future charts. 

Weebly – Bring an idea and leave with a website.

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