Posts Tagged ‘Office 2007’

How can lynda.com help your business succeed?

Published by | Thursday, April 15th, 2010

My name is Bonnie Bills, and I’m Associate Program Director for lynda.com’s business channel. We’re on a mission to offer more courses that will help our members succeed in business, whether your business is a one-person operation or a large enterprise, whatever your field, your title, your skill level, or your operating system.

I’d like to share a bit about our plans here, and I invite you to share your ideas in the comments:

  • Microsoft Office. The most widespread digital tools for business are the Microsoft Office applications. To help our members develop their Office skills, we have more than 175 hours of training, covering the Office 2003, Office 2007, and Office 2008 for Mac applications. We have something for every skill level, and we will be releasing more intermediate and advanced courses on Office 2007 in the coming months. We’re also gearing up for the release of Office 2010, and we are extremely excited to bring some great new authors and fresh approaches to the latest release. Check out our preview courses on Office 2010.

Microsoft Office 2010 Beta training now available on lynda.com

Published by | Friday, January 22nd, 2010

This week, lynda.com published five new Microsoft Office Beta 2010 online training courses.

Gini Courter, author of countless Microsoft Office books and partner of TRIAD Consulting, has been busy authoring many of these new releases, including Powerpoint 2010 Beta: Real-World Projects, Word 2010 Beta: Real-World Projects, Access 2010 Beta: Real-World Projects, and Outlook 2010 Beta: Real-World Projects.

Also available now are Curt Frye’s Excel 2010 Beta: Real-World Projects, and David RiversOffice Beta Preview.

With more Office 2007 and 2010 online courses in the works, this is a rapidly expanding and exciting area of training for lynda.com. Let us know what you think.