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(thumbs up) At the time of writing this, 213 hundreds of courses are available in English, 70 courses in German, 913 overall, covering use of Microsoft Office products and Microsoft Windows!

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(tick) See the page Microsoft E-Learning Program Courses Catalogue (requires employee login to teamwork) for a full list at time of writing! After registering and logging in (see below), check the online course catalogue for the list of available courses.

Applications

Courses on products from the Microsoft Office suite, primarily geared to information workers, i.e. the user.

Example:

Course 5437: Getting Started with Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007

Estimated Time of Completion: 1 Hour
Language: English
Audience(s): Information Worker
Technology: Outlook 2007
Course Type: Self-paced Course
Available Offline: Yes

Introduction

This online course covers the basic skills and knowledge you will need to get started using Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007. This includes setting up your Outlook e-mail account as well as troubleshooting account configuration issues. It will also cover how to personalize your Outlook workspace, and setting advanced configuration options.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Set up and troubleshoot Outlook 2007.
  • Customize Outlook 2007.
  • Configure Outlook 2007.

Also, "What's new?" courses for the new Office 2007 applications are available, as well as in-depth courses on various topics.

Systems

Courses about various Windows operating system and server products, primarily geared to the information professional, i.e. server and application administrators.

Example:

Course 5408: Working Efficiently in Windows Vista

Estimated Time of Completion: 1 Hour
Language: English
Audience(s): IT Professional
Technology: Windows Vista Client
Course Type: Self-paced Course
Available Offline: Yes

Introduction

This online course introduces the Windows Vista™ operating system user interface and how to manage your computer using the Windows desktop. You will learn how to manage applications and data on your computer using the Start Menu, the Taskbar, as well as the new Windows Sidebar. You will also learn how to create and manage shortcuts to access your mostly frequently used programs and files.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Describe the Windows Vista™ user interface.
  • Modify the Windows Vista™ user interface.

About a dozen courses cover various aspects of Microsoft Vista.

Program Registration

To gain initial access to the Microsoft E-Learning courses, please follow the steps below:

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