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Microsoft Certification Training – Learn to Love the Ribbon

Learn to Love the Ribbon

So, how many of you have upgraded to Office 2010? What about Office 2007? How many of you LOVE the ribbon? Hello? Anyone?

I have heard a significant number of complaints about the ribbon in Office. Now that it has been fully integrated in Office 2010 (and in some of the Windows 7 applications, like WordPad and Paint), I am pretty sure that it’s here to stay. As a corporate trainer, I have been recently asked to start teaching more and more courses about using Office 2010. (Apparently, many organizations skipped Office 2007.) I always try to make my classes as fun as possible, and I thought I would share with you one of the ways in which to make the ribbon more fun while also teaching your end users to love it.

Have you heard of Ribbon Hero? It’s a game for Office 2007 and Office 2010 that helps you to improve your skills with the ribbon. You score points as you learn about and use features on the ribbon. As if that weren’t enough, it’s FREE.

Take a look at the Ribbon Hero: You’ll learn to love the ribbon!

Scott Fabel

Scott Fabel is a senior corporate training consultant with Computer Aid, Inc. He has over 18 years of experience working with various Fortune 1000 companies on Help Desk Implementations, Microsoft Technologies, Business Analysis, and Project Management. This includes both consultative services and customized training programs. He is HDI certified, PMP certified, CBAP certified, and a MCT. Scott has been teaching others business skills, professional skills, and technical skills for more than 13 years. He is a faculty fellow at the University of Delaware and is currently pursuing his doctorate in education for which his dissertation will focus on the benefits of corporate training and mobile learning. He speaks three languages and was recently inducted into the International Martial Arts Hall of Fame. His communication skills, combined with his martial art skills, provide him with a unique combination for keeping his sessions informative, lively, and interactive.

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