Rapid Computer Training
Vancouver

One-Day Professional Courses in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Word and Outlook

Frequent hands-on courses offered in Downtown Vancouver

For Onsite Training, we bring our Mobile Lab to your location

Excel 2016 Excel 2013-2010
Access 2016 Access 2013-2010
PowerPoint 2016 PowerPoint 2013-2010
Outlook 2016 Outlook 2013-2010
Word 2016 Word 2013-2010
Excel for HR and Admin Professionals

New Half-Day Courses for 2020:
Excel Advanced Functions and Formulas

Excel Data Management

Excel LOOKUP Functions

Excel PivotTable Reports

One Day Public Courses:
We offer rapid, hands-on training courses in MS Office. Quality training is delivered by Microsoft Certified Trainers and other qualified professionals. Students receive easy to follow, industry standard course manuals. Our training is 100% hands-on. There is one computer for each student. The class size is kept small for better personal attention. All courses follow one-day format for efficient use of your time.

The class times are from 9:00AM to about 5:00PM. Classes are held at 325 Howe Street, Suite 608 in downtown Vancouver, very close to Waterfront skytrain station. To register for a course, please visit our Course Registration page.

On-site Training with our Mobile Computer Lab:
If you have a group of employees to be trained, we can deliver the training at your office with our Mobile Computer Lab. We bring all the required equipment and set up the lab in your meeting room in an hour’s time. Please click on this link for more details: On-site Training.


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MS Office Tip:

Q : How to force a line break in an Excel cell?

A : While typing text in an Excel cell, hitting the return or enter key will not force a line break. Try Alt + Enter. This will add a line break and keep wrapping the text in the cell as you type.