Could you help me to get infomation to give lectures for computer courses?
I ned as much information as i could get. about Microsoft offices and all the other such as exel, word, access.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
I taught that information at Texas Tech University as an Undergraduate TA in the late 90's. Your question is too broad and can only result in a broad answer: read the Microsoft manuals on this, pickup up the "For Dummies" books, etc.
However, examples of things we chose to go over in class: how the interface worked (dragging/dropping, cutting/pasting, menu operation, saving, etc); how to create a basic document (formatting, expressions, objects, spell check, etc); VBA (macros).
Hope that helps give you some direction.
- CCLv 41 decade ago
Firstly, it is Microsoft Office - not offices.
Microsoft offers a suite of programs. For example some suites include Microsoft Word (word processing), and others don't. It depends on whether you want to pay for the entire suite - or just some of it.
It is bundled different ways.
Some software, such as Microsoft Word, can be learned in a matter of hours. Some software, such as Excel, might take days or even weeks to learn.
I certainly woudn't want to try and lecture on all the programs, although I've used all of them since they existed. If I had to "lecture" on these software programs I'd try to be an expert on a few - and go with that.