smiling_older_businessman_smallMicrosoft Office and Office 365 have so much available that users can't learn it all at once. Ongoing training is key.

Some employees do better with a set date and time, so we offer live webinars at specific times. KnowledgeWave training packages include:

  • 5-8 LIVE events each month
  • Current, relevant, rotating topics
  • Perfect for frequently changing software like Office 365

 

Upcoming Webinars

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Microsoft Power Automate: Create an Automated Business Process Across Multiple Apps
1/14/20 at 10 am (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Intermediate. We think Power Automate is an unsung hero of Office 365. Many people don’t realize they can easily achieve new levels of productivity by automating repetitive workflows with Microsoft Power Automate, previously called Microsoft Flow. In this webinar we will build an example flow: we will create a customer satisfaction survey using Microsoft Forms, and then we will have each survey response trigger an automatic message push to a Microsoft Teams support channel. The possibilities for creating your own flows are nearly endless, and incredibly powerful!

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Microsoft Teams: Everyday Etiquette
1/17/20 at 10 am (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. Guidelines we present in this webinar will ensure that you and your colleagues have the best Teams experience by keeping things clean, organized and productive. Topics that will be covered include persistent chat, when and why you would use the @mention and how the culture of urgency works with Teams. Even the veteran Teams user will leave with valuable Teams tips.

Expanding your Business Writing Skills
1/22/20 at 3 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. In this professional development webinar we will explore Conversational Tone and Active Voice and the role they play in communicating your message clearly and professionally with your intended audience.

SharePoint Lists: Using Calculated Columns
1/23/20 at 1 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Intermediate. You've seen the "formula" option for calculated column types but maybe haven't had the time to play with it. In this session, let's take a look at some useful calculated columns you can create that can save you time and improve your productivity.

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Review and Compare Documents in Microsoft Word
1/27/20 at 3 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Intermediate. In today’s cloud world we have better control over versioning, but there are still times we need to review documents to compare differences. Called redlining in the legal world, in this session we will show you how to compare two documents in Word, and how to show only the changed content between the two documents in a third, separate document. We’ll also share some additional Tracking features on the Review Tab.

How to Communicate with Microsoft Sway
1/29/20 at 10 am (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. Have you ever wanted to find another way to communicate your ideas with those you service and work with? Something more than PowerPoint slides or coding web content? Microsoft Sway, a free Office 365 integrated tool, is a great option. We will introduce you to examples of Sway and show you how to create a visually appealing webpage simply and effectively using Sway.

Soft Skills You Need for the 21st Century Workplace
1/29/20 at 1 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. Over the next several months we will be offering the 10 top skills you need for success in the 21st century workplace. This first webinar is a kickoff to the series, introducing you to the program and providing an overview of the content we will cover throughout this series.

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Getting Comfortable with Windows 10
2/4/20 at 3 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. An overview of the newest Microsoft operating system. This webinar will help anybody transitioning from earlier versions of Microsoft Windows to become comfortable and productive in no time!

3 Addictive Features of Office 365
2/12/20 at 10 am (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. In this webinar we’ll showcase 3 of our favorite features of Office 365. Once you get the hang of working with these tools, you won't want to give them up! 1. Cloud Documents: Collaboration and Versioning, 2. Teams and Stream: Recording and Transcribing Meetings, and 3. Mobile Apps for Outlook and Teams.

SharePoint in Office 365: What you Should Know
2/12/20 at 1 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. Office 365 can be confusing with so many different apps performing seemingly unrelated functions. The more familiar you become with O365, however, you'll start to see these apps interact and their potential to work together instead of separately. In this overview, we'll explore how Teams and SharePoint work together in O365, core SharePoint features like document libraries vs lists, and sharing/accessing/working with content in different contexts.

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Interactive Reports Made Easy with PivotTables
2/12/20 at 3 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Intermediate. Learn to create several different PivotTables, including one that groups dates by months. We will also touch on some troubleshooting skills that will help make sure the data represented in your report is complete and accurate.

Intelligent Search Across Windows and Office 365
2/13/20 at 10 am (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. In this webinar, we’ll show you the intelligent search feature and how it allows you to search for content in any Office application. Results are not based on that context alone, but content across all your Office 365 applications.

Adaptability and Communications
2/19/20 at 1 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. As the workplace evolves, changes, and people come and go, 2 keys skills you need are remaining adaptable and being able to communicate successfully. This webinar will provide you with the best practices in both disciplines to best prepare you for the change.

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Strategies to Resolve Conflict at Work
2/20/20 at 1 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. We spend a considerable amount of time with our work colleagues, and as a result conflict can sometimes be unavoidable. In this webinar we will share a process for conflict acknowledgement and core concepts that can help to resolve work related skirmishes.

PowerPoint: Make Your Presentations POP! Using Transitions and Animations
2/26/20 at 1 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Intermediate. Once you’ve created your presentation, it’s time to make it move. We show you how to bring life to your PowerPoint presentations with eye-catching transitions that take you from slide to slide and a variety of animations which can be applied to text and graphic elements on slides. PowerPoint has helpful, simple ways of adding animations and transitions and we cover these as well as more advanced techniques to add custom animations and vary the order of animations for each slide.

Excel Online Basics
2/26/20 at 3 pm (EST) | 30 min

Skill Level: Beginner. The Microsoft powerhouse application, Excel has a browser-based counterpart. In this webinar we’ll show you some basics of using Excel in the browser and what that means for collaboration with your co-workers.

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