Microsoft PowerPoint Training Courses
Instructor-led Classroom and Virtual Classroom Training
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Instructor-led Microsoft PowerPoint training courses are offered online or in downtown Toronto and are offered at the introduction, intermediate or advanced level for 2013, 2016, 2019 or 365. Courses are also offered in a virtual classroom format. Learn to save time and work effectively with PowerPoint to create well-designed presentations. Use layouts, themes, templates, and masters effectively and include graphics, video and sound. Start using tips, tricks and techniques to get the most from this popular presentation program.
UPCOMING POWERPOINT COURSES
We are currently offering our public courses in virtual classroom format. Our instructor-led training may be delivered as live classroom (LC) or virtual classroom (VC) courses. Contact us at email@example.com to discuss any of our custom training options.
Microsoft PowerPoint: Introduction | August 6, 2021 (Virtual classroom)
Microsoft PowerPoint: Design for Non-Designers | August 16, 2021 (Virtual classroom)
Microsoft PowerPoint: Accessible PowerPoint Presentations | August 10, 2021 (Virtual classroom)
Microsoft PowerPoint: Intermediate / Advanced | September 9/10, 2021 (Virtual classroom)
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Microsoft PowerPoint Learning Path
Just getting started? Novice users can start with our Microsoft PowerPoint: Introduction course.
Learn core competencies in our Microsoft PowerPoint: Intermediate / Advanced course. Do you need to create and format charts in PowerPoint? Check out Microsoft PowerPoint: Visualizing Data with Charts .
Need to work on your design skills? Check out our Microsoft PowerPoint: Design for Non-Designers course.
Do you want to improve your animation skills? Check out our Microsoft PowerPoint: Animations Bootcamp.
Our Microsoft PowerPoint: Accessible PowerPoint Presentations course focuses on key concepts related to accessibility and presenting.
Need to upgrade? You may be interested in our Microsoft PowerPoint: Upgrading to PowerPoint 2013 or Microsoft PowerPoint: Upgrading to PowerPoint 2016 courses.
Do you want to learn to automate PowerPoint? Check out our Microsoft PowerPoint: Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) | Introduction course.
Our instructor-led courses are delivered in virtual classroom format or at our downtown Toronto location at 1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801 (Toronto Star Building), Toronto, Ontario, Canada (some live classroom courses may also be delivered at an alternate downtown Toronto location). Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to arrange custom training on a date that's convenient for you.
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