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Office 2010 Running Start – Collaborating on Documents

Duration: 60 Minutes


Microsoft Office end-user readiness sessions are Trainer-led live or virtual demonstration and overview of Microsoft technologies and their features that are designed for large groups of students and are approximately forty-five to sixty (45-60) minutes in length.  End-user office readiness sessions are the only end-user training offering enabled through the Software Assurance Training Voucher (SATV) benefit, and can be delivered by a Learning Partner such as ultimateITcourses who is actively enrolled in the SATV program. If you do not have SATV’s please contact your Account Manager for pricing.


Please note: at minimum, 4 MS Office End-User Readiness sessions must be reserved in a day, in order to schedule.  The full listing of sessions are below (all of which are SA Voucher eligible)

  • MS Office End-User Readiness (Collaborating on Documents – Word 2010)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (Office 365)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (Running Start 2010)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (Managing Your Data – Excel 2010)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (Communicating with PowerPoint 2010)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (Communicating in Real Time – Outlook 2010)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (Office 2013 Web Apps)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (Office 2013 Supplement)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (Windows 8/8.1)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (OneNote & Lync 2013)
  • MS Office End-User Readiness (SharePoint 2013)


Sessions are:
• Designed to be delivered in short, repeatable sessions in a seminar type setting
• Conducted in a demonstration/presentation style with no hands-on component or labs
• Only delivered as a private training session
• Delivered virtually or on-site

Description: Get excited about saving time. In this session, explore how quickly and easily you can collaborate on files with the Office 2010 suite.

Delivery Method: Private Groups sessions only. Auditorium-style, instructor-led training with high-energy, fast-paced demonstrations.

Create and edit a single document with multiple people at once.

Using Presence Awareness
View and chat with teammates who are authoring a document with you.

Tracking Changes
As your team creates a document and moves it through the editing process, track who makes what edits.

Hiding Changes
Hide the tracked changes from view so you can send the draft of a document to a customer.

Reviewing Changes
Take a look at all the changes and comments that have been made in a document.

Accepting/Rejecting Changes
Decide which changes stay and which ones will be reverted.

Inserting and Responding to Comments
Comment on a document without changing its text.

Managing File Versions
If you don’t like the most recent version of the document, you can revert to a previous one.

Using Paste Preview
Preview how copied text will appear before making any changes.

Protecting Documents
Marking as Final
Mark a document as completed so others won’t accidentally make changes.

Restricting Changes
Restrict who is allowed to edit the document and what types of edits may be made.

Making Documents Read-Only
Restrict all editing to a document.

Encrypting Documents
Protect a document with a password so it only a select few can open it.

Using File Share Passwords
Files that you upload to the web will be password-protected no matter where they go.

Navigating Documents
Navigating Documents
Get to anywhere you want in your document with one click and reorganize sections on the fly.

Searching for text
Preview sections, pages and context after inputting search terms.

Adding Screenshots
Adding Screenshots
Learn to capture and edit screenshots directly from word.

Using Document Sets
Creating Document Sets
Create a set of documents that share properties and workflows in one step.

Adding a Document to a Set
Add a new file to a document set that you’ve just created.

Versioning the Document Set
Manage version control for an entire set of documents as a single entity.

Approving a Document
Adding an Approval Workflow
Automate your approval process by applying a SharePoint workflow.

Starting an Approval Process
Kick off your workflow directly from your document.