Ultimate Microsoft Office; Excel, Word, PowerPoint & Access For Free

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Ultimate Microsoft Office; Excel, Word, PowerPoint & Access Download For Free


Learn basic to advanced Microsoft Office skills in this 9-course bundle for Office 365 or Office 2019

What you’ll learn
Learn the essential and advanced Microsoft Office Skills in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams and Access
HUGE Value Bundle - Eight Courses!
Learn practical methods to backup and recover your Excel spreadsheets and never lose data
Effectively use autofill and flashfill so you are more productive in Microsoft Excel.
Discover the essentials of using formulas and functions in Excel
Discover how to create stunning charts and graphs in Excel
Learn practical methods to sort and filter your data in Excel
Discover new features in PowerPoint 2019 including Icons and 3D Models
Learn how to insert shapes, graphics and pictures to add some “zing” to your PowerPoint
Add charts, graphs and tables to your PowerPoint presentation information in a non-text format
Wow your audience by adding animations, audio and video to PowerPoint
Discover practical tips to present your PowerPoint presentation to your audience
Learn time saving techniques including how to copy slides, and exporting your presentation
Master the most common uses of Microsoft Word
Learn Word tools including using columns, indents, footers, borders and watermarks.
How to create a mail merge in Microsoft Word
Learn how to correctly Print envelopes and labels in Word
Learn to protect your Word document from changes
Insert professional pictures and graphics in your Word document
Make your Word documents look amazing by inserting and editing tables
Sorting information and running queries in Access
Navigating the Access 2019 interface
Discover how to into import data from Excel in Access
Learn Queries, use validations, how to create and print reports in Access
How to compact, repair and backup your Access database
How to create a linked table in Access
How to get set up in Outlook
All about sending and receiving emails
How to customize your mailbox and view
How to organize and manage your mail including ignoring, flagging and conditional formatting
How to organize and manage your mail including ignoring, flagging and conditional formatting
Creating and managing tasks and reminders
How to use signatures and voting buttons
Adding, managing and searching contacts in the address book
Working with the Outlook Calendar, including creating meetings and appointments
How to create Notes and link Outlook to OneNote
Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Teams and Outlook installed on your machine. Preferably Office 2019 or Office 365

**This course includes practice exercises and LIFETIME access**

Learn Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, and Word with this tremendous value 9-course bundle from Simon Sez IT.

The Microsoft Office suite is used by millions worldwide. Unlocking its full potential could see you drastically improve your productivity.

But you know all that because you’re on this page.

Instead, you’re probably wondering whether we’re the right team to teach you Office.

Simon Sez IT has been teaching MS Office for over 13 years, and we’ve got pretty good at it. Just take a look at our Udemy ratings if you don’t believe us.

For this Ultimate Microsoft Office 2019 course, we’ve bundled together 9 of our best-selling titles into one huge value offering.

You don’t just get access to beginner courses either. You get advanced training in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access and a comprehensive grounding in Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft OneNote.

***UPDATED APRIL 2020 - Outlook 2019 Added***

***UPDATED May 2020 - Microsoft Teams Added***

***UPDATED 2021 - Microsoft OneNote Added**

What’s covered in each course?

Microsoft Excel 2019

What’s new in Excel 2019

Creating workbooks

Entering text, numbers and working with dates

Navigating workbooks

Page setup and print options

Working with rows, columns, and cells

Cut, Copy and Paste

Introduction to Functions and Formulas

Formatting in Excel, including formatting cells and numbers

Creating charts and graphs

Sorting and Filtering

Introduction to PivotTables

Logical and lookup formulas - the basics

Advanced Microsoft Excel 2019

What’s new/different in Excel 2019

Advanced charting and graphing in Excel

How to use detailed formatting tools

Lookup and advanced lookup functions

Financial functions including calculating interest and depreciation

Statistical functions

Connecting to other workbooks and datasets outside of Excel e.g. MS Access and the web.

How to create awesome visualizations using sparklines and data bars

Mastery of PivotTables and Pivot Charts

Scenario Manager, Goal Seek, and Solver

Advanced charts such as Surface, Radar, Bubble, and Stock Charts

Microsoft PowerPoint 2019

How to navigate around PowerPoint

Presentation dos and don’ts

Text and bullet edition options

How to use graphics, images, objects, and shapes

Using SmartArt

Working with Charts and Graphs

How to utilize Master Slides and just how much time this could save you

How to add audio and video to a presentation

All about transitions between slides

Animation, the animation pane, and motion paths

Setting your slideshow options

Presentation preparation and delivery

The backstage area of PowerPoint including printing a presentation

Microsoft Word 2019

How to get started with Word 2019

Word 2019 basics including navigation, editing, and saving

Character formatting in Word including Format Painter and AutoCorrect

How to properly work with bullets and numbering in Microsoft Word

All about formatting paragraphs and managing lists

Working with Tables in Word including formatting, converting data and formulas

Page appearance including page-breaks, watermarks, and styles

All about Sectioning a document

Inserting graphics, pictures, shapes, icons, and 3d models (new for 2019)

How to work with envelopes and labels

All about mail-merge and operating Word at scale

How to create an Index or Contents page

Reviewing and Printing in Word and Page Setup

Protecting a Word document and basic macros in Word

Microsoft Access 2019

Where to start in Microsoft Access and whether to use a template or not

How to modify Access to suit your needs

All about importing data and the datasheet view

How tables work in Access and how to create relationships between them

Creating forms and sub-forms that feed data into your tables

How to run queries in Access

Setting up validations and calculations using expressions in Access

Printing from Access

To start to use macros and Modal Dialog

The basics of the Access web app

Exporting and reporting in Access

Advanced Microsoft Access 2019

About Primary Keys and Indexes in Access

About customizing and filtering on the Datasheet View

How to link to other databases

All about using ODBC and SQL Server

How to split an Access database into front and back-end

All about Macros in Access including AutoExec

How to do basic VBA in Access including code and error handling

More advanced techniques around creating forms in Access

Advanced queries including “multiple where” criteria

Microsoft Outlook 2019

How to get set up in Outlook

Some useful Outlook keyboard shortcuts

All about sending and receiving emails

How to customize your mailbox and view

How to search in Outlook

How to organize and manage your mail including ignoring, flagging, and conditional formatting

How to effectively deal with Junk Mail

Attaching files, photos, and graphics in Outlook

About recalling a message

How to use signatures and voting buttons

How to best use, add to, and manage contacts

Working with the Outlook Calendar, including creating meetings and appointments

How to share Calendars with colleagues

How to use Tasks in Outlook

How to create Notes and link Outlook to OneNote

How to print the right thing in Outlook

Microsoft Teams

How to access, download and set up Teams

How to create your first team and manage members and channels

All about posting and receiving public and private messages

How to do user announcements, tags, and message extensions

How to schedule an audio or video call

How to use the audio and video calling options including recording calls

How to use the meeting notes function

How to create a wiki

All about using apps, bots, and connectors

How to adjust admin and user settings

How to use Teams on your mobile device

Microsoft OneNote

How to get started using OneNote Desktop or OneNote Windows 10

How to add text, videos, images, clips, and links to OneNote

How to use the screen clipping tool in OneNote

How to format notes in OneNote

How to create a to-do list in OneNote

How to add tags in OneNote and search for content

How to link notes in OneNote

How to format pages in OneNote

How to use the pen tools in OneNote, including handwriting to text

How to link OneNote with Outlook

How to share notebooks in OneNote

How to collaborate using OneNote

How to customize your options in OneNote

About using OneNote Online and the OneNote App

***Exercise and demo files included***

This bundle includes

68+ hours of video tutorials

600+ individual video lectures

Exercise files to practice what you learned

Certificate of completion

NINE full-length Microsoft courses

These courses were all recorded in the 2019 versions of MS Office but are still applicable if you’re working with Office 2013, 2016, or Office 365. Microsoft Teams and Microsoft OneNote were recorded using Office 365.

Here’s what our students are saying.

“I’m finding this course very helpful and the instructor is very easy to understand. I am learning so much more than I did from another course I tried to take and lost interest in. This course has really kept my interest.”
- Dianne Munizza

“Loving the lessons. Easy to understand and can replay the lesson if I did not catch something the first time..”
- Monica Yvette Disbrow

“It’s still early on in the course, but I love it. He’s so very clear with each tiny thing he’s teaching you. He sounds quite like a gentle and patient friend or mentor walking you through step by step. He also repeats things (not monotonously) which helps you retain what you’re learning. When I first registered for this course, I thought ‘oh my goodness, what have I done’… when you look at the ‘your progress’ dropdown at the upper right corner of your dashboard and see that you’re on #21 of 518(!), it can seem a bit intimidating. But, no – I think with this particular instructor’s gift of friendly teaching, we’ll all do fantastically well!”
- Celine Barton

Who this course is for
Anyone new to Microsoft Office or upgrading from a previous version
Anyone looking to improve their productivity by mastering MS Office

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