The 42-hours hands-on course will include practice time on Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook. Students will learn the basics of all Office programs including merges, tables, graphics, and sharing documents in Word; formulas, data management, formatting and printing in Excel; database creation, criteria in queries, report and form design, grouping data, and establishing relationships in Access; creating slide shows, importing from Word, adding tables/graphics, animation and advanced formatting in PowerPoint; and email management, creating folders, adding signatures/attachments, scheduling appointments with others, organizing contact lists, and creating/updating tasks in Outlook. Coursework will cover skills found in Office versions 2016, 2019 and 365. Students should have Office software installed on the computers they will use for the online training. Students who do not have the software installed on their training computer.