Many Loyolans are now running the 2010 version of the Microsoft Office Suite from their desktops. Loyola traditionally offers technology workshops in January and August through our Training Central program, and starting January 2012 the Office classes – Excel, PowerPoint, and Word – will all feature the 2010 version of these programs. In addition, because the number of people using 2010 has been growing this fall, a special series of free training classes has been added in October and November to help those who have already made the transition. The first two courses – using Word 2010 Effectively and PowerPoint 2010: Bells and Whistles – are scheduled for October 12. For the full list of dates and topics, or to register, visit the ITS Training Courses page.
And if you’re still using Office 2003 or Office 2007 and want to learn more about making the switch to Office 2010, see the August 12 TechTips post.Tags: microsoftoffice, Word