Washington County is migrating from Microsoft Office 2003 to Office 2010. To help employees successfully transition, we gathered a variety of tools and resources, including online training and who to contact for help.
Transition to Office 2010
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Learn Microsoft Office 2010
Need a complete refresher or interested in learning basic tasks, explore these resources to begin learning how to use Office 2010.
You can access step-by-step tutorials on using Office 2010 through WCCLS' interactive learning tool, LearningExpress. From Access to Word, this library offers three levels of tutorials for each product – Basic, Intermediate and Advanced.
LearningExpress is web-based, so you can access it from your workstation. The software tutorials are easy to navigate. The videos are short and specific to particular tasks, so you can just watch what you need to or, for a more complete overview, go through the whole series. Need help accessing LearningExpress, see these "how to" instructions.
The LearningExpress Library is free to use, all you need is a library card. Don't have a library card, visit www.wccls.org to apply for a WCCLS library card.Unable to get a WCCLS library card? All residents of Oregon have access to the LearningExpress Library through librariesoforegon.org.
E-books are in .EPUB format (for Nook, Sony Reader and other e-readers) a standard e-book format that can be read by many devices and applications.
FREE Resources for boosting your skills
DigitalLearn - Use these tutorials to brush up on computer basics, using Windows or Mac computers, basic searching online, creating a resume, job searching, cloud services, and more.
GCF LearnFree - Learn at your own pace about Windows, Mac, and iPad basics, Microsoft Office, email, internet skills, social media, and using cloud services.
Email us at HRTraining@co.washington.or.us.