MIS Division

Training Classes

See the class names below for a short description of the class content and a study guide. To register for a class, contact the MIS Help Desk via email at helpdesk@fdlrez.com or call Ext. 3727. Please give the name of your supervisor at sign-up. You will be contacted to arrange a class date and time. Once enrolled, please give at least 24 hrs notice if you can't attend the class. Certificates and attendance lists will be given to all supervisors. Class size is limited. All classes are on the second floor training room at the Tribal Center.

Computers Don't Byte
Why “ My Computer ate my homework.”, "Yes, We Have NO Storage!", “Process This” by I. Quit, and  “Computer Conspiracies and Other Myths” by I. M. Jaded
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Computer/Printer Troubleshooting
Some simple fixes you can try to answer frequently asked questions for computers and printers.
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Beginning Outlook
An overview of the following things in Outlook: Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Notes, and Folders
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Intermediate Outlook - Email
This course covers specific email functions like adding an attachment, creating a signature, creating a distribution list, creating rules, and dealing with junk email.
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Intermediate Outlook - Calendar
Sharing calendars and creating permissions. Create a meeting and invite attendees.
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Intermediate Outlook - Contacts, Tasks, Notes & Folders
We will work with all of these and show how they can relate to each other to help you.
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Beginning Word
Creating a document and working with templates.
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Beginning Excel
What is a spreadsheet? What can I do with the data in the spreadsheet?
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Practical Excel
In this class we will use the beginning excel skills and create a spreadsheet. Each student needs to bring in data or information they want to use in a real spreadsheet.

Switching from Microsoft Office 2003 to 2007
What is a ribbon? How different is 2003 from 2007 and what are some tips that will make the transition go easier.
Top 10 changes in Word 2007

PowerPoint Presentations
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 enables users to quickly create high-impact, dynamic presentations, while integrating workflow and ways to easily share information. This class includes tips for a good presentation. Students will work with templates to create a presentation. Bring along specific ideas, and we will spend time creating some slides and graphics.

Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 helps you create, personalize, and share a wide range of publications and marketing materials in-house. This class shows how to produce pamphlets, signs, brochures, and other creative ways to present information. Each student should have an idea in mind and we will work on creating a product.