In this course, learn how to plan and create professional budgets and proposals for video projects. Instructor Walter Biscardi Jr provides detailed information and advice that's applicable to the various types of projects video professionals handle in their business operations. Learn how to tackle client assessments, develop a working concept, put your budget together using Showbiz Budgeting, and present your budget and proposal.
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Upgrade to Office 2016. Learn how to migrate files and settings from Office 2003 and use the new features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook 2016.
Make the leap from Office 2007 to Office 2016, and take advantage of the latest features and performance improvements in Microsoft's popular productivity suite.
Learn how to upgrade to Office 2016 while migrating all your important files, preferences, and settings from Office 2013 intact.
Upgrading Office? Get used to the new interface and latest features in Office 2016, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Learn how to create, format, share, and print a wide variety of documents in Word 2016.
Become a Microsoft Office Specialist. Train for the MOS Word 2013 certification exam. This MOS certification training covers the five exam areas and includes a full-length practice test.
Learn the basics of using Word, Microsoft's powerful word-processing software.
Learn how to create, format, share, and print a wide variety of documents in the Office 365 version of Word.
Use Office shapes and SmartArt to spice up such business docs as presentations, fliers, conceptual graphics, and even Venn diagrams, org charts, and more.
Create personalized letters, envelopes, labels, and even email messages that address recipients by name, with the Mail Merge feature in Word 2013 and these expert-led training videos.
Learn how to create themes that can be used in all Office 2013 apps, and build the themes into templates that lock down content.
Learn Word 2013 for authoring reports, white papers, books, and other long documents and explore best practices for planning, writing, and sharing them.
Turn your Word document into richly formatted HTML, which can then be converted into an EPUB and a variety of other ereader-friendly formats.
Keep your Microsoft Office documents secure and private with these tutorials for Office 2007, 2010, 2013, and even Office 365.
Unlock the full capabilities of Word 2013 with expert tips, tricks, and shortcuts.
Learn how to leverage the power of Microsoft Word and create strong, standout documents.
Teaches you the fundamentals of Word for Windows 2007.
Teaches you the basics of working with documents in Word 2013, from creating and editing to formatting text.
Teaches you the fundamentals of Word for Windows 2010.
Walks through the switch to Word 2010 and the key differences users need to understand.
Uses real-world examples to teach the core features and tools in Word 2010.
Shows how to use features in Microsoft Word 2010 to create professionally formatted and richly illustrated documents.
Explains the benefits of switching from Word 2003 to Word 2007 and the key differences users need to understand.
Explores Microsoft's powerful word processing application through real-world situations involving the tasks performed daily by administrators, executives, and everyone in between.
Extensive coverage of Word 2007's features for those new to the program or to this version.
Learn Word essentials, including text formatting, styles, Find/Replace, proofing, shared workspaces, printing, importing graphics, and templates.
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