ITS Workshops – June 30 to July 11

ITS has scheduled several workshops for the Summer.  The workshops scheduled for the next two weeks are noted below.   If you would like to register or see all of the details for a session and also preview the classes that are scheduled for the remainder of the semester, the full schedule and all class descriptions are located here.

Mon
Jun 30

1:00 pm

to

2:00 pm

Publisher – Mail Merge
Nicarry 108
Use mail merge when you want to create a large number of documents that are mostly identical but include some unique information. For example, you can use mail merge to create individually cust…
Tue
July 1

10:00 am

to

11:00 am

Excel – Pivot Tables
Nicarry 108
Pivot tables use data from an existing sheet to summarize information in a meaningful way. If you don’t know about Excel’s pivot tables, summarizing large amounts of data can be a problem and take…
Wed
July 2

10:00 am

to

11:00 am

Word – Tables
Nicarry 108
Use a table to create custom tabs without the hassle. Use a repeating table header to identify the columns in a table that spans several pages. Draw a table to easily create the structure of a form. Cre…
Tue
July 8

9:00 am

to

10:00 am

Cisco Phone Introduction
Nicarry 108
The Cisco phone sitting on your office desk is a powerful tool. This workshop will cover the following features.Besides making and recei…
Wed
July 9

1:00 pm

to

2:00 pm

Word Press – Faculty & Staff Websites
Nicarry 108
Marketing and Communications has created a WordPress template that you can use to create a personal website hosted through the college. All you have to do is request a website a few days befo…
Thu
July 10

1:00 pm

to

3:00 pm

Word – Complex Documents & Styles
Nicarry 108
Learn Word’s capabilities for making long documents easier to read and edit by working with styles to easily apply consistent formatting and generate a table of contents. Create page references using Boo…
Fri
July 11

9:00 am

to

11:00 am

Word – Complex Documents
Nicarry 108
Learn Word’s capabilities for making long documents easier to read and edit by working with styles to easily apply consistent formatting and generate a table of contents. Then mark text to create an index. This…

 

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