Here is an excellent collection of tutorials to help users learn Microsoft Office applications. Just click the heading to go directly to the tutorial site.

Microsoft Software Tutorials
http://www.baycongroup.com/word.htm

The BayBon Group offers this free series of mini-lessons on everything from toolbars and formatting features to setting up tables. The screen capture images offer nice illustration of how to access various features in Word.

Microsoft Word Basics
http://connwww.iu5.org/cvelem/tutorials/Wordcover.html

The Conneaut School District in Linesville, Pennsylvania offers this excellent beginner's guide to making use of Word's word processing functions. This is not an advanced tutorial and the graphics seem a little off color, but they are effective.

Microsoft Word Knowdule
http://isds.bus.lsu.edu/cvoc/learn/introit/word/index.htm

Louisiana State University offers this excellent set of activities complete with step-by-step pop-up windows and Real Player animations to help guide you each step of the way. The set of 5 tutorials range from basic skills to creating web pages using Word. Excellent tutorials for Excel and PowerPoint, as well as an Office overview, too!

Microsoft Excel Tutorial
http://www.functionx.com/excel/

Function X offers a set of basic tutorials plus downloadable exercises that you can open while offline to sharpen your skills. In addition to all the basics of Excel, this set of activities delves deeper into important topics such as printing issues, working with templates, and the importing and exporting of spreadsheets.

Microsoft Access Tutorials
http://mis.bus.sfu.ca/tutorials/MSAccess/tutorials.html

This collection of downloadable .pdf files takes you from introductory database concepts through more intermediate features to help you master all the power Access has to offer. There are also Access and Excel support files to help you practice the skills taught herein.

Office '97 PowerPoint Tutorial
http://sun3.lib.uci.edu/~mclweb/ppt1.htm

Very basic step-by-step slide show with lots of graphic images to help you learn the ins and outs of this popular presentation software. I especially like the graphic design considerations offered at the end of the presentation - great for the novice!

PowerPoint And Web Design Tutorials
http://www.oid.ucla.edu/fipse/tutorials/basicppt.html

UCLA presents this highly graphical set of reference cards which take you from beginning PowerPoint skills through custom animation options - virtually everything you need to create your own slide show from scratch. This is a good starting point.



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