About these tutorials
These tutorials have been created from various Internet sites and have been modified by myself, and in some instances have been reworked or completely re-written to suit my classes.
There is an abundance of on line tutorials and most are very useful, however I have had to modify these for high school students and simplify or removed parts of advanced sessions; if students are keen enough they will progress by looking at the links provided.
Therefore you should treat these as introductory or beginning tutorials. The easiest start at 100 and progress in difficulty through that range. Where possible I have included references or links to sites used and apologise for any that I might have missed.
At some schools that I was at, they had only Microsoft Office and Corel Suite but I spent seven years at a school with The Adobe Suite and other software like Filemaker, so I have included tutorials for as many packages that I have used. I am constantly upgrading the tutorials to keep pace with any upgrades or changes so consider this section under construction.
More Helpful Links (Some may no longer work)
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Download all training
Various training sessions from Microsoft Office for 2007 or 2003 can be located below. For areas that students are not confident in, please visit this site and watch the videos and demos.
- Admin Toolbox Document Design click through all sections, answer all the questions and print/save important information on document design you feel you may need to refer back to
- Admin Toolbox Sample Document Templates look through these templates to make yourself aware of business industry standard and feel free to use these as templates to be modified for your own needs
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Page updated 6th May 2014