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Learning Ladders for PowerPoint 2010, Excel 2010, and Word 2010   Tags: excel 2010, learning_ladders, powerpoint 2010, self_paced_learning, word 2010  

The purpose of this self-guide LibGuide is to answer questions and learn the Microsoft 2010 applications (PowerPoint, Excel, and Word) at your own pace.
Last Updated: Oct 10, 2014 URL: http://libguides.library.umkc.edu/learningladders Print Guide

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We hope that while using this LibGuide you will experience an AHA Moment. A moment of clarity that makes you stop whatever you're doing and say, "I Get it."  We want to know about the sudden understanding or grasp of a PowerPoint, Excel, and/or Word application task. Please complete the below AHA Moment feedback box.  Thanks!

 

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Introduction

Learning Ladders: Self-Paced Learning

Are you interested in learning more about productivity applications but find it difficult to make set training times? This LibGuide features self-paced Learning Ladders which allows you to learn when it is most convenient for you.  You climb the Learning Ladders at your own pace. The Learning Ladders are designed to help you get the most out of the Microsoft 2010 software, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word. If you're new or need a refresher on the software start with the Learning Ladders.  You will find suggested videos, tutorials, and how-to articles to start with base on your level of experience.  If you have a "just-in-time" question/issue look here for an answer.

 

 

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Contributions from Ashley Fick for the below pages:

  • Excel Reference
  • PowerPoint Reference
  • Word Reference
  • Take a Class
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