Course Outline: 3372 First Look: Getting Started with the 2007 Microsoft Office System Hands-On Lab
Learning Method: Instructor-led Classroom Learning
Duration: 0.50 Day(s)
In this hands-on lab, students will gain an understanding the benefits of the 2007 Microsoft Office system and be able to describe the new features related to the client and server components of the 2007 Microsoft Office system.
Who Should Attend:
The primary audience for this hands-on lab is the IT Professional who generally works with both Microsoft Windows and Office technologies. The types of duties that are typical of this IT Professional are administrative and support duties, such as the planning and deployment of Office server products in a Windows environment, configuration and security administration, and Office upgrades and updates. They will be specifically interested in getting high-level information about the Microsoft 2007 Office System from this hands-on lab.
At Course Completion:
After completing this hands-on lab, students will be able to: - Describe how the 2007 Office system can increase personal productivity. - Describe how the 2007 Office system enhances enterprise content management processes. - Describe how the 2007 Office system can be used for collaboration throughout an organization. - Explain how the 2007 Office system enhances knowledge discovery and insight. - Describe the key improvements and innovations of the 2007 Office client programs. - Describe the features and functions of the 2007 Office server components.
Lesson 1: Benefits of Deploying the 2007 Office System
Increasing Productivity by Using the 2007 Office System
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Using the 2007 Office System
Collaboration Using the 2007 Office System
Knowledge Discovery and Insight Using the 2007 Office System
Lesson 2: Overview of the 2007 Microsoft Office System Components
Key Innovations in Microsoft Office Word and Excel
Key Innovations in Microsoft Office PowerPoint and Outlook
Key Innovations in Microsoft Office Access and InfoPath
Overview of Collaboration and Portal Technologies
Searching for Information Using the 2007 Office System