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(A division of BHARATIYA YGYANIKY)
From 6th(Akshaya Tritiya) May onwards we are providing Computer Coaching Classes. All our Classes are Job oriented.
Candidates completeing our cources would be placed at reputed Manufactures in Udyog Nagar (Peera Garhi ) and Bahadur Garh. As our clients are in constant need of trained Manpower.
We are currently in negotiation with our clients to provide part time (Flexitime) Openings so that Housewives of Loknayakpuram can work for 4 to 6 Hours only and manage their Households also.
Operations Programming
BasicVB 6.0
Ms Word 2007VB and ASP 2005
Excel Crystal Reports
Power Point 2007MS SQL
Internet and Email Java and JSP
Tally HTML and FrontPage
BYShoes
Timing 6.30 am - 10.am and 6.30pm - 10.00pm
For Joining contact Bhaskar#9212441688

Operations Basic

Class1: Fascinating World of Computers
Class2: Windows, a GUI & Operating System
Class3: Treasure of Windows Utilities
Class4: Word, a Word Processor
Class5: Mastering Word
Class6: Excel, a Spreadsheet Application
Class7: More Adventures with Excel
Class8: PowerPoint, a Presentation Application
Class9: Access, an RDBMS
Class10: Tally, an Accounting Application
Class11: Internet, the Global Network of Computers
Class12: Power of Internet Unleashed

Visual Basic 6.0

• Building a useful user interface.
• Using the Application Wizard to generate a program shell instantly.
• Writing Visual Basic code in clear constructs to make the code run smoothly.
• Understanding the most common tools used in the Visual Basic environment.
• Mastering the art of eliminating errors in a Visual Basic program.
• Incorporating database technology into your Visual Basic programs.
• Embedding Internet access in the heart of your programs, to put your users online to the Web.
• Programming with external ActiveX controls, so that Visual Basic can use tools from other languages and Windows applications.
• Using Visual Basic’s capability to create brand new ActiveX controls.
• You can increase Visual Basic’s programmability and improve the tools with which your users interact by making your own interface objects.
• Accessing the online help engine in Visual Basic, so that the programs that you write are accessible to your users and offer the help services your users require.
• Creating graphics to add pizzazz to the screens that you design.
• Using common dialog boxes, so that your users can access the typical features they expect in a Windows application.
• Putting toolbars and coolbars in your programs, so that your users have one-button access to the common commands and tasks they require.
• Mastering the art of programming the Windows API routines, so that you can implement Windows features not normally found inside Visual Basic.
• Dealing with runtime errors that may occur while your program is executing.
• Creating your own ActiveX controls.
• Designing and creating your own reusable classes.
• Using the Windows Common Controls in your projects.
• Improving the enjoyment of the programs that you write by adding multimedia sound and graphics to your Windows programs.

Excel 2000

Beginning

1.0 The Excel Screen
1.1 The Excel Workbook & Worksheets
1.2 Title Bar & Menu Bar
1.3 Toolbars
1.4 Formula Bar
1.5 Columns & Rows
1.6 Navigation
1.7 Sheet Names & the Status Bar
1.8 Mouse Pointers & Shortcut Menus
2.0 Entering Data into a Worksheet
2.1 Data Entry Techniques
2.2 Auto-Fill Entry Techniques 2.3 Erasing Data
2.4 Auto Complete
3.0 Entering Formulas
3.1 Three Methods of Entering Formulas
3.2 Repeating a Formula
3.3 Formulas Beyond Addition & Subtraction
4.0 Basic Functions
4.1 Summation
4.2 Recalculating Effects
4.3 Averages
5.0 Formatting
5.1 The Formatting Toolbar
5.2 Adjusting Column-width & Row-height
5.3 Numeric Formatting
6.0 Saving
6.1 File Save or File Save as
6.2 Opening a File
6.3 Closing a File
6.4 Creating a new Workbook

Intermediate

1.0 Changing Worksheet Layout
1.1 Inserting Columns
1.2 Deleting Columns
1.3 Moving Cells
1.4 Copying Cells
2.0 Additional Formatting
2.1 Formatting Cell Attributes & Alignment
2.2 Borders
2.3 Numeric Formatting
2.4 Center Text across Columns
2.5 Hiding & Unhiding Columns & Rows
3.0 Printing
3.1 Using Print Preview & Page Setup
3.2 Printing Controls
3.3 Using Page Break Preview
4.0 Using Cell References
4.1 Absolute References
4.2 Mixed References
5.0 Tools Options Command
5.1 Show/Hide Gridlines
5.2 Show/Hide Formulas
5.3 Recently used Files List
5.4 Sheets in New Workbook
5.5 Default Settings

Advanced

1.0 Adjusting Worksheet Views
1.1 Freeze/Unfreeze Panes
1.2 Horizontal & Vertical Split screen
2.0 Auditing Techniques
2.1 Using the Auditing Toolbar
2.2 Tracing Dependant Cells
2.3 Tracing Precedent Cells
3.0 Using Functions
3.1 Paste Function
3.2 The PMT Function
3.3 Expanding the use of standard functions
4.0 Logical Functions
4.1 IF Functions & Relational Operators (> < >= <= = <> )
4.2 Using Words in IF Functions
4.3 Using IF Functions with Arithmetic Operators (* / + -)
4.4 Using Logical Operators (AND & OR) with the IF Function
4.5 Nested IF Functions
4.6 Using the VLOOKUP Function to overcome Limitations of the IF Functions
5.0 Date & Time Functions
5.1 Using Dates as Values
5.2 Entering a Series of Dates
5.3 Date/Time entry Techniques
6.0 Multi-Sheet Workbooks
6.1 Re-Naming & Re-Ordering Sheets
6.2 Inserting & Deleting Sheets
6.3 Moving
6.4 Formulas across multiple sheets

Crystal Reports

Take full advantage of the data collection, formatting and presentation features of Crystal Reports. Understand how Crystal Reports connects to one or multiple databases to collect report data by learning which inputs are accepted.
Filter, sort, group and summarize data on your reports. Learn how to use formulas to conditionally format a field or create a computed value on a report based on data obtained from other report fields. Create cross-tab and summary reports as well as dynamic reports that use parameter fields to determine the report results. Understand methods for sharing your report data through the Web using Active X and/or Java plug ins.
About This Course
This Crystal Reports Essentials Training Course provides report-writing professionals with in-depth instruction on using Crystal Reports to extract just the data you need from larger databases. The course topics appeal to all Crystal Reports users – beginner through advanced.
You will learn everything you need to know to fully utilize the Crystals reports features, both new and old, that make report writing tasks easier than ever. For instance, you’ll learn how to connect to virtually any data source and implement custom coding report functions. You’ll also learn how to design professional-looking, interactive reports using features like the visual report designer and dynamic parameter prompts.
In this course, your instructor, will teach the subject-matter utilizing a combination of quick tips and detailed instruction on using Crystal Reports . You’ll be able to make it easy for your end users to view and work with their reports by customizing them to match their needs and more.
There are over 150 lessons across 7 levels in this course – all designed to help you increase your productivity and build meaningful reports with Crystal Reports .
Crystal Reports Essentials: Level 1

1.0 The Basics
1.1 Launching Crystal Reports
1.2 The Application Window
1.3 Start Page
1.4 Workbench
1.5 Setting Options
1.6 Exploring Sample Reports
1.7 Report Explorer
1.8 Design Mode
1.9 Preview Mode
1.10 Field Explorer
2.0 Creating a Simple Report
2.1 The Standard Report Creation Wizard
2.2 Designing a Report from Scratch
2.3 Inserting Fields
2.4 Browsing Field Data
2.5 Moving & Sizing Report Objects
2.6 Placing Text Objects on the Report
3.0 Managing Reports 3.1 Saving a Report
3.2 Closing a Report
3.3 Modifying a Report Description
3.4 Opening an Esting Report
3.5 Switching Between Open Reports
4.0 Getting Help
4.1 On-line Help & Searching for a Help Topic
4.2 Context-Sensitive Help
4.3 Printing a Help Topic
4.4 Business Objects Web Resources
5.0 Selecting Records
5.1 The Select Expert
5.2 Using Saved versus Refreshed Data
5.3 Expert Options
5.4 Criteria Based on More than One Field
5.5 Removing a Report Selection
6.0 Sorting, Grouping, & Summarizing
6.1 Sorting Records
6.2 Grouping Records
6.3 Working with Group Trees
6.4 Deleting & Changing Groups
6.5 Inserting Summary Calculation
6.6 Defining Other Summary Calculations
Level Review
Crystal Reports Essentials: Level 2
1.0 Reports Based on More than One Table
1.1 Using the Create Report Expert
1.2 Modifying a Report Created with the Expert
1.3 Building a Multi-table Report without the Expert
2.0 Enhancing Your Report with Formatting
2.1 Changing the Font of a Text or Field Object
2.2 Adding Borders & Drop Shadows
2.3 Formatting Numeric Data
2.4 Changing Object Alignment
3.0 Utilizing Conditional Formatting
3.1 Absolute Formatting
3.2 Conditional Formatting
3.3 The Highlighting Expert
3.4 Modifying & Deleting a Conditional Format
4.0 Creating Formulas with Crystal Syntax
4.1 The Formula Editor & Inserting Formulas
4.2 Changing Numbers to Words
4.3 String Manipulation and Formatting
4.4 Date Calculations
4.5 Creating Summary Calculations & Totaling By Group
4.6 If-Then-Else Formulas
5.0 Creating Formulas with Basic Syntax
5.1 Creating Formulas & Entering Code
5.2 Adding Comments
Level Review
Crystal Reports Essentials: Level 3
1.0 Parameter Fields
1.1 Creating Parameters Fields
1.2 Working with Multiple Parameter Fields
1.3 Adding a Parameter Field to a Printed Report
1.4 Deleting Parameters
2.0 Formatting Report Sections
2.1 Changing the Size of a Section
2.2 Sizing a Section Automatically
2.3 Inserting & Deleting Lines
2.4 Using the Section Expert
3.0 Advanced Grouping Techniques
3.1 Grouping & Sort Direction & Custom Groups
3.2 Sorting within a Group
3.3 Grouping on Intervals
4.0 Finishing Touches
4.1 Special Fields
4.2 Special Text Object Features
4.3 Working with Lines & Boxes
4.4 Adding Pictures to Your Report
5.0 Including Cross-Tabulations in Your Reports
5.1 Using the Cross-Tab Report Wizard
5.2 Using the Cross-Tab Report Expert
5.3 Modifying the Data in a Cross-Tab Report
5.4 Formatting a Cross-Tab Report
Level Review
Crystal Reports Essentials: Level 4
1.0 Summary Reports
1.1 Building a Summary Report
1.2 Allowing or Disallowing Drill-downs
1.3 Running Totals Reports
1.4 Creating Running Totals Overall
1.5 Creating Running Totals for a Group
1.6 Creating Conditional Running Totals
1.7 Creating Running Totals with a One-to-Many Relationship
1.8 Creating Running Totals with the Formula Editor
2.0 Top N
2.1 Creating a Report with Nth Largest Values
2.2 Creating a Report with Nth Smallest Values
3.0 Working with Sub-Reports
3.1 Creating an Unlinked-Sub Report
3.2 Creating a Linked Sub-Report
3.3 On-demand Sub-Reports
4.0 Advanced Record & Group Selection
4.1 Setting up Group Selection
4.2 Creating a Record or Group Selection Formula
5.0 The Mailing Labels Report Creation Wizard
5.1 Creating Mailing Labels
5.2 Modifying the Attributes of Mailing Labels
6.0 Form Letters
6.1 Creating a Form Letter
6.2 Modifying Attributes of a Form Letter
6.3 Customizing a Form Letter for Different Recipients
Level Review
Crystal Reports Essentials: Level 5
1.0 Working with Data
1.1 Databases Overview
1.2 The Database Expert
1.3 Set Datasource Location
1.4 Aliases
1.5 Indexes
1.6 Relationships
1.7 Server-side Processing
1.8 Working with Different Types of Data
1.9 Advanced Database Feature
2.0 Creating Data Connections
2.1 Using an Access/Excel (DAO) Datasource
2.2 Using an ODBC (RDO) Datasource
2.3 Using an OLEDB (ADO) Datasource
3.0 SQL
3.1 SQL & SQL Databases
3.2 What is SQL?
4.0 Using SQL in Crystal Reports
4.1 The Crystal SQL Expression Editor
4.2 Creating a Report from a SQL Query/Command
Level Review
Crystal Reports Essentials: Level 6
1.0 Advanced Formula Techniques
1.1 Using a Variable
1.2 Assigning a Value to a Variable
1.3 Using Arrays in Formulas
1.4 Using Ranges in Formulas
1.5 Debugging Formulas
2.0 Charting Your Report Data
2.1 Using Automated Charting
2.2 Creating a Group Chart
2.3 Creating a Detail Formula Chart
2.4 Creating a Cross-tab Chart
2.5 Creating a Gauge Chart
2.6 Creating a Gantt Chart
2.7 Creating a Funnel Chart
2.8 Modifying Chart Options
2.9 Drilling Down on a Graph
2.10 Re-entering the Chart Expert
2.11 Using a Graph Template
3.0 Mapping
3.1 Using the Map Expert
3.2 Mapping on Grouped Fields
3.3 Modifying Map Attributes
3.4 Mapping on Detail Fields
3.5 Mapping on Cross-tab Summaries
Level Review
Crystal Reports Essentials: Level 7
1.0 OLE
1.1 OLE Introduced
1.2 Adding OLE Objects to a Report
1.3 Working with Static OLE Objects
1.4 Embedded vs. Linked Objects
2.0 External Data Sources
2.1 Web/IIS logs
2.2 The File System
2.3 NT Event Log
2.4 Outlook
2.5 XML
3.0 Distributing Reports
3.1 Exporting a Report
3.2 PDF Exporting
3.3 RTF Exporting
3.4 XML Exporting
3.5 Saving Export Settings
3.6 Mailing a Report
4.0 Distributing Reports Over the Web
4.1 Saving a Report as HTML
4.2 Working with Web Folders
4.3 Building Active Web Sites
5.0 Development Usage/Integration
5.1 The Crystal Report Designer Component (RDC)
5.2 Embeddable ActiveX Viewer
5.3 Embeddable Java Plugin Viewer
Level Review
Course Review

VB.Net 2005


Ensure quality of work with the necessary knowledge of the VB language. Streamline applications with debugging and security considerations. Understand the basics of creating a user interface with the underlying .NET framework. Discover how to create desktop, smart client, and dynamic web applications. Be more productive with enhancements to forms, solutions, and more.

This course provides an introduction to the Visual Basic 2005 language. You’ll cover the basics of the language that include such areas as object-oriented programming and working with databases. This course will provide you with enough of a basis so you’ll be ready to tackle a variety of scenarios that may come up in your development work. With Visual Basic 2005 you’ll be able to build a variety of applications including Windows applications, web applications, web services, console applications, and more. All of these types of applications are available to Visual Basic 2005 because it creates applications to run right on the .NET framework. VB 2005 may have dropped the term “dot net” from it’s name, but it continues to create applications that take advantage of the powerful features of the .NET framework.
Visual Basic 2005 Essentials: Level 1


1.0 Introduction to .NET
1.1 What is .NET?
1.2 Managed Code and the CLR
1.3 How .NET Compiles and Executes Programs
2.0 Introduction to the Visual Basic Language
2.1 A Brief History of Visual Basic
2.2 Visual Basic 2005’s Role in .NET
2.3 Language Comparisons (C#, J#)
3.0 Your First VB 2005 Application
3.1 The Structure of a VB 2005 Application
3.2 Building a VB 2005 Console Application
3.3 Documenting Your Code with Comments


Visual Basic 2005 Essentials: Level 2


1.0 The Visual Studio 2005 IDE
1.1 Managing Files, Projects, and Solutions
1.2 The Windows of the IDE
2.0 Writing an Application
2.1 Working with Code
3.0 Debugging An Application
3.1 Breakpoints, Watches, and Edit and Continue


Visual Basic 2005 Essentials: Level 3


1.0 Creating a Windows Forms Application
1.1 Building Forms
1.2 Handling Control Events
2.0 A Survey of Various Controls
2.1 The Button, Text Box, and Label Controls
2.2 The Listbox, Combo Box, and Timer Controls
3.0 Working with Forms
3.1 Setting Properties and Dealing with Multiple Forms
3.2 Tabs and Anchoring

Visual Basic 2005 Essentials: Level 4


1.0 Basic Language Elements
1.1 Intrinsic Data Types
1.2 Variables, Constants, and Enumerations
1.3 String Concatenation
1.4 Mathematical Operators
1.5 Logical Operators and Short Circuiting
1.6 Access Modifiers
2.0 Program Flow Control
2.1 The While and Do Loops
2.2 The For Next Loop
2.3 Exiting and Continuing Loops
2.4 If Statements

3.0 Creating Routines

3.2 Passing Parameters


Visual Basic 2005 Essentials: Level 5


1.0 Structured Error Handling
1.1 Try… Catch… Finally
2.0 Arrays


3.0 Collections
3.1 Collections vs. Arrays
3.2 Working with Collections
4.0 XML Comments
4.1 Using XML Comments


Visual Basic 2005 Essentials: Level 6


1.0 Introduction to Classes and Objects
1.1 Classes and Objects
1.2 The Structure of a Class
1.3 Fields and Properties
1.4 Methods
1.5 Events
1.6 Constructors and Destructors
1.7 Namespaces
2.0 Class Keywords
2.1 The My and Me Keywords
2.2 Shared Elements
2.3 Partial Classes
2.4 Access Modifiers
3.0 Overloading
3.1 Overloaded Methods
3.2 Overloaded Constructors
4.0 Inheritance
4.1 Base Classes
4.2 Derived Classes


Visual Basic 2005 Essentials: Level 7


1.0 Working with the Data Wizards
1.1 Using the Graphical Data Tools
1.2 Building Applications with the Graphical Data Tools
2.0 The Data Classes
2.1 Connections
2.2 Commands
2.3 DataReaders
2.4 Using DataReaders in Applications
2.5 DataSets and DataAdapters
2.6 Using DataSets in Applications

Word 2007

Course Highlights
Quickly find old features within the new results-oriented user interface and Ribbon. Collaborate with team members using Word’s Comments, Document Compare with Legal Blackline and Track Changes options. Work with long and complex documents more easily with Bookmarks, Footnotes, Endnotes, and popular tables, such as the Table of Contents, Table of Figures and Table of Authorities. Easily and quickly create and format documents using QuickStyles and Document Themes. Communicate more effectively with SmartArt diagrams and new charting tools.

About This Course
This Microsoft Office Word 2007 Essentials Course contains three levels of instruction to walk you through performing many time-saving tasks in Word, beginning with an introduction to the new results-oriented user interface. The course topics appeal to all Word users – beginner through advanced. You will learn everything from creating professional-looking documents to performing advanced Mail Merge functions and overall, working with your documents more effectively. In this course, you’ll learn from a combination of quick tips and detailed instruction on using Word for team collaboration and creating templates to work smarter, not harder. In this course, you will see lessons related to harnessing the power of new Word 2007 features including Quick Parts, SmartArt, and Building Blocks. These features take you beyond basic document creation in the shortest amount of time possible. There are over 100 lessons in this Word course – all designed to increase your productivity.
Microsoft Word 2007: Beginner

1.0 Getting Started
1.1 Launching Word 2007
1.2 Touring the Word Window
1.3 Using the Office Menu
1.4 Using the Quick Access Toolbar
1.5 Getting Help
2.0 Creating New Documents
2.1 Starting a New Document
2.2 Editing Text
2.3 Saving Your Work
2.4 Preview & Print a Document
2.5 Using a Template
2.6 Exiting Word
3.0 Editing Existing Documents
3.1 Opening a Document
3.2 Navigating a Document
3.3 Working with Multiple Page Documents
4.0 Essential Word 2007 Skills
4.1 Selecting Text
4.2 Moving & Copying Text
4.3 Clipboard Task Pane
4.4 Undo, Redo & Repeat
4.5 AutoCorrect
5.0 Formatting Text & Paragraphs
5.1 Using the Home Tab
5.2 Using the Quick Format Mini Toolbar
5.3 Working with Text Formatting
5.4 Working with Line & Paragraph Spacing
5.5 Using Format Painter
5.6 Adding Symbols & Special Characters
6.0 Proofing Tools
6.1 Spelling & Grammar
6.2 Using the Thesaurus & Other Research Options
6.3 Checking Character & Word Count
6.4 Working with the Custom Dictionary
6.5 Editing in Print Preview
7.0 Changing Your Page Appearance
7.1 Using the Page Layout Tab
7.2 Changing Margins & Page Orientation
7.3 Working with Page Breaks
7.4 Adding Line Numbers

Microsoft Word 2007: Intermediate

1.0 Managing Documents
1.1 Document Views
1.2 Using the View Tab
1.3 Working with Multiple Documents
1.4 Saving Your Word Document as a Web Page
2.0 Additional Editing Tools
2.1 Go To, Find & Replace
2.2 Format Painter
2.3 AutoCorrect
3.0 Paragraph Formatting
3.1 Bullets & Numbering
3.2 Tabs & Indents
3.3 Borders & Shading
3.4 Using Styles
4.0 Introduction to Graphics
4.1 Inserting ClipArt & Pictures
4.2 Inserting Watermarks
4.3 Using the Format Tabs
4.4 AutoShapes
4.5 Editing Images
4.6 Using Captions
4.7 Working with Text Boxes
4.8 WordArt
5.0 Document Formatting
5.1 Section Breaks
5.2 Headers & Footers
5.3 Page Backgrounds & Page Borders
5.4 Drop Caps
5.5 Columns
6.0 Tables
6.1 Creating Tables
6.2 Using Table Contextual Tabs
6.3 Navigating & Selecting in a Table
6.4 Inserting & Deleting Columns and Rows
6.5 Sorting
6.6 Formatting Tables
6.7 Performing Calculations in a Table
6.8 Converting a Table to Text
7.0 Customizing Word
7.1 Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
7.2 Customizing Word Options

Microsoft Word 2007: Advanced
1.0 Working with Document Templates
1.1 Creating & Editing a Template
1.2 Creating Forms
1.3 Protect & Restrict Forms & Documents
2.0 Mail Merge
2.1 The Mail Merge Process
2.2 Using the Mailing Tab
2.3 Working with a Data Source
2.4 Creating Form Letters
2.5 Creating Envelopes
2.6 Creating Labels
3.0 Macros
3.1 Creating a Macro
3.2 Running a Macro
3.3 Editing a Macro
4.0 Working with Themes
4.1 Using Themes
4.2 Creating Custom Themes
5.0 SmartArt
5.1 About SmartArt
5.2 Creating a List
5.3 Creating a Hierarchy
5.4 Creating a Pyramid
5.5 Editing SmartArt
6.0 Long or Complex Documents
6.1 Using the References Tab
6.2 Bookmarks
6.3 Footnotes & Endnotes
6.4 Table of Contents & Index
6.5 Table of Figures & Table of Authorities
7.0 Collaborating
7.1 Using the Review Tab
7.2 Using Track Changes
7.3 Inserting Comments
7.4 Compare & Combine Document Versions
7.5 Ways to Secure a Document
7.6 Attaching Digital Signatures
8.0 Using Word with Other Programs
8.1 Linking vs. Embedding
8.2 Word & Excel
8.3 Word & PowerPoint
8.4 Word & Outlook
9.0 Using XML
9.1 Overview of XML
9.2 Saving as XML

PowerPoint 2007



Course Highlights

Quickly find old features within the new results-oriented user interface and Ribbon. Create professional, high-impact presentations. Convert your presentations to PDF or XPS for easy sharing and extra security. Customize your presentation with color, texture, animation schemes, and slide transitions. Insert new text placeholders, tables, diagrams, pictures, shapes, and WordArt to enhance presentation quality. Work with the slide master to create a uniform look across all of your presentation slides.
About This Course
This Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 Essentials Training Course contains three levels of instruction to walk you through performing many time-saving tasks in PowerPoint, beginning with an introduction to the new results-oriented interface. The course topics appeal to all PowerPoint users – beginner through advanced. You will learn everything you need to create dynamic presentations including adding tables, graphics, and WordArt to your slides. In this course, you’ll learn from a combination of quick tips and detailed instruction on using PowerPoint as an effective presentation tool. And, to make quick work of creating new presentations, you’ll learn about working smarter, not harder by using PowerPoint’s new features including SmartArt. Although it looks quite simple on the surface, PowerPoint has a lot of depth in it’s presentation design capabilities. In this course, you’ll learn about the depth of this program and how to put those advanced techniques to use. There are over 80 lessons in this PowerPoint course – all designed to increase your productivity.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007: Beginner
1.0 Getting Started
1.1 Launching PowerPoint 2007
1.2 Touring the PowerPoint Window
1.3 Using the Office Menu
1.4 Using the Quick Access Toolbar
1.5 Getting Help
1.6 Opening & Closing Files
2.0 Creating a New Presentation
2.1 Creating a New Presentation from a Template
2.2 Creating a New Presentation from Scratch
2.3 Using the Home Tab
2.4 Adding & Editing Text
2.5 Undo, Redo & Repeat
2.6 Save vs. Save As
2.7 File & Folder Management
2.8 Exiting PowerPoint
3.0 Viewing Presentations
3.1 Navigating Through a Presentation
3.2 Presentation Views
3.3 Using Slide Show View
4.0 Modifying an Existing Presentation
4.1 Slide Basics
4.2 Choosing a Design Theme
4.3 Working with Text Boxes
4.4 Formatting Text
4.5 Using Bullets & Numbering
4.6 Working with Indents & Line Spacing
4.7 AutoCorrect
5.0 Preparing a Presentation for Delivery
5.1 Using Spell Check
5.2 Using the Thesaurus & Research Panes
5.3 Working with Speaker Notes
5.4 Adding a Header & Footer
5.5 Printing Presentations and Handouts

Microsoft PowerPoint 2007: Intermediate

1.0 Outlines
1.1 Adding & Editing Slides in Outline View
1.2 Formatting Slide Text in Outline View
1.3 Exporting a PowerPoint Outline
2.0 Working with Pictures and Shapes
2.1 Using the Insert Tab
2.2 Inserting ClipArt & Pictures
2.3 Working with AutoShapes
2.4 Using the Format Tabs
2.5 Grouping & Ungrouping Objects
2.6 Layering Objects
3.0 Working with Presentation Colors
3.1 Using the Design Tab
3.2 Applying Themes
3.3 Creating Custom Themes
4.0 Working with Animation
4.1 Using the Animations Tab
4.2 Adding Entrance & Exit Animation
4.3 Adding Emphasis
4.4 Using Motion Paths
4.5 Assigning the Order of Animation Effects
5.0 Organizing & Enhancing Your Presentation
5.1 Duplicating & Deleting Slides
5.2 Hiding Slides
5.3 Rearranging Slides
5.4 Adding Slide Transitions
6.0 Managing Presentations
6.1 Inserting Slides from Other Presentations
6.2 Using Find & Replace
7.0 Customizing PowerPoint
7.1 Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
7.2 Modifying PowerPoint Options

Microsoft PowerPoint 2007: Advanced

1.0 Working with Tables
1.1 Adding a Table to a Slide
1.2 Using Table Contextual Tabs
1.3 Navigating & Selecting in a Table
1.4 Inserting & Deleting Columns and Rows
1.5 Formatting a Table
1.6 Inserting a h3. Microsoft Excel Table
2.0 Working with Charts
2.1 Creating a Chart
2.2 Using the Chart Tab
2.3 Adding & Removing Chart Data
2.4 Formatting & Resizing Charts
3.0 WordArt & SmartArt
3.1 Insert a WordArt Object
3.2 Editing a WordArt Object
3.3 About SmartArt
3.4 Creating a List
3.5 Creating a Hierarchy
3.6 Creating a Pyramid
3.8 Editing SmartArt
4.0 Working with Templates, Masters & Custom Layouts
4.1 Creating and Editing a Custom Template
4.2 Working with Masters
4.3 Working with Custom Layouts
5.0 Saving Presentations for the Web
5.1 Adding a Hyperlink to a Slide
5.2 Publishing a Presentation to the Web
6.0 Collaboration
6.1 Using the Review Tab
6.2 Inserting, Viewing & Editing Comments
7.0 Advanced Presentation Delivery Options
7.1 Working with Action Buttons
7.2 Annotating a Presentation
7.3 Using Slide Timings
7.4 Slide Show Options


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Flat No. 604, Block-D,Lnp
Flat No. 701, Block-A,Lnp
Flat No.127A, Sec-26 Pkt-B
Dwarka, Kapil#9818830809
E-mail:rajiv.aghi@yahoo.com
Nancy Associates
Jitender Lakra -9899128129 , 9289385395, 01165151973
Jagvinder - 9899602009
Flat No A-342,B2-63-64, D-782 Lnp
E-mail : jitenderlakra524@gmail.com
Taj Associates (Regd)
Wazir Sehrawat - 9650000801, 9650000802
Flat No-164 Pkt-B2,Lnp
Branch Offices:164 GF B-2 Pkt., 242 GF B-1,1298 GF A,23 GF C,802 GF D
E-Mail : taj_associates007@rediff.com
Vishal Property Consultants
Flat No.125, Pkt-C LNP
Rajesh Sharma - 9810103749,9313301749
Satpal Tokas - 9213986361
New Friends Properties
Ravinder K Masih - 9868067964,8802675441
Mahesh - 7503013081 , 9891175837
Flat No-1337 Pkt-C,Lnp
GARIMA ESTATE AGENCY
S.S.VOHRA 9818706560, 9718706060
Flat No:842,Pocket B2, LNP
Email:garimaestateagency@gmail.com
Shri Vaas Associates

Arora -m 9899779913, 9313676788
Chopra-9899056493, 9313676777
Email Id:shreevaasassociates@yahoo.com
Flat No.702,Pkt-A,Opp. Main gate, LNP
GLOBAL ASSOCIATES
Flat No.264, Pkt-D LNP
Satish Sharma - 9312152810 , 9818435262
POORVANCHAL POPERTIES
Munna Singh - 9210020625 , 8750774323
Flat no:4 & 244,Pocket D, LNP
VOHRA ASSOCIATES

M.R.Vohra(Retd. Govt. Officer) -9810464132, 9958080422,9811948580
Email Id:m.r.vohraassociates@gmail.com
201, PKT B2, LNP