Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre, Bridgewater, is offering 3 workshops of interest to business owners.
Microsoft Word for New Business Owners
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
MS Word is currently the most widely used word processing application, but new business owners often spend too much valuable time asking, “I wonder if it could do this?” – the answer, in most cases, is “yes” but how to get there?
Training topics will include: familiarizing yourself with the tools of MS Word, document creation and revision, editing and formatting text, making professional documents, creating columns and tables, inserting headers and footers, saving time with templates (business cards and brochures), mail merge for mass mailings, and more!
This course is tailored to anyone who already has a basic knowledge of a modern word processing program, but wants to use it really effectively for a new business.
Lunch & Learn
Facebook Pages for Businesses
Thursday, March 13, 2014
12:00 pm –1:30 pm
Monday March 24, 2014 (new date)
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This workshop will cover all the basics of creating a spreadsheet including data entry, formatting of text and numbers, the functions of the command tabs, entering formula to do mathematical calculations; formatting cells, use of auto-fill and how to search, sort and filter specific information. If you have a laptop loaded with Excel 2007 please bring it.
To book your space pre-registration is required.
Contact Donna Fancey at Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre at 902-543-4567 or by email: Donna.Fancey@Acadiau.ca.
All programs are delivered at The Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre, 373 King Street, Bridgewater
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