How to create “Thank You Card” using Microsoft Word Templates

  A lot of people today, do not know how to create cards on Microsoft Word. Today I will be providing instructions on how to create a card on word. For today’s example, we are going to be creating a Thank You card. Step 1 Change Page Size and Margin (Page Size should be set to A5; Margin Should be set to Narrow) P.S – Be Sure to turn on your Grid Lines Step 2 Go to Insert, Select Text Box, and Select Filigree Side Bar Step 3 Select the Text, Then type whatever you want the card to say (Ex: Thank You) Step 4 Then Boom! you are good to go and you can hit print from...

How to do filtering of data in Microsoft Excel

  In order for filtering to work correctly, your worksheet should include a header row, which is used to identify the name of each column. In our example, our worksheet is organized into different columns identified by the header cells in row 1: ID#, Type, Equipment Detail, and so on.   Step 1   Select the Data tab, then click the Filter command. A drop-down arrow will appear in the header cell for each column. Step 2   Click the drop-down arrow for the column you want to filter. In our example, I will filter column B to view only certain types of equipment. The Filter menu will appear. Uncheck the box next to Select All to quickly deselect all data. Step 3 Check the boxes next to the data you want to filter, then click OK. Step 4   The data will be filtered, temporarily hiding any content that doesn’t match the criteria. In our example, only laptops and tablets are visible.   Then Boom, You are good to...

How to add sound effects to the transition in Microsoft PowerPoint

A lot of people today question there self on how to add sound to powerpoint slides. Today, i am going to teach you how.   Step 1 First, go to the transitions tab. Step 2 In the top right corner, select sound. Step 3 Select the sound you want to play. You would do the same for each slide. Then Boom, you are go to...

Get Certified as a Microsoft Office Specialist

Barreto Iris

Barreto Iris

My name is Iris Barreto (aka Sister Iris Marie). I am a Schoenstatt Sister of Mary getting updated and learning about the world of IT. I began my studies at MATC in the Fall of 2016. Studying the IT Support Specialist program, I hope to be a great asset to my community and to the Schoenstatt Movement.
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How to get Certified as Microsoft Office Specialist in Milwaukee Area

1.1 Key stakeholders when planning a project you must identify the key stakeholders. Of course I would be the main stockholder being that I would be receiving the certification. But I would be remiss to mention my family would have to play a big part in the decision to go ahead. Other stakeholder would be my friends, colleagues, employers and others in my support group. And last but not least all of my college professors. They invested so much time and energy getting me ready to make this career move. I truly o all of them so much. 1.2 Project Charter. The project charter is a document that formally recognizes the existence of a project. It gives direction on how to precede going forward from this point on. The project for Microsoft office Specialist certification. I want to proceed with the project to get me certified within the next 6 months. I would like to take my 1st test within 4 months and if need be the retest within 6 months. Being student money is tight, so I have a budget of set for fewer than 900.00 dollars. The project will start right away and be completed by July 12. I will use a Gantt chart to keep track of the task, time line, how and when resource are needed and spent. 1.3 Project kickoff meeting. This is a meeting to formally start the project. It’s a way for all members of the project team to meet each other. This meeting helps getting to know all the party involved and gives them a chance to brain storm. In this...

Prepare and Get Certified for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) in Milwaukee Area

To certify for Microsoft Office Specialist is a step in a person’s life that could help earn an entry-level business position and an increase in salary. In order to get certified you need to make a plan and a strategy to help you stay on track and minimize the time and effort on this journey as much as possible. First, after you recognized the need for getting certified you need to get familiar with the exam, although it comes at the end. The best way to start the search is to look up the exam objectives and content, and since it is a Microsoft’s product you should hit their website first: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/microsoft-office-specialist-certification-2016.aspx . Here you can chose whether to take MS Office 2016, MS Office 2013, MS Office 2010, or 2007 MS Office System exams. What would be the best choice depends on the job you are aiming to. Also, you will notice that you can take the exam either for only one or more Microsoft Office applications like MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and MS Access and so on. After you decide which exams you want to take look for available study resources online, at your educational institution if you are a student, and check the public library. There are books for MOS certification on Amazon for about $22, Testout’s online course for about $110 for the MS suite which is good for 18 months if you are a college student, or $79 a month if you are not a student. Microsoft also offers online and on-demand training. Find some time to read other people’s experiences and...