Training Assistance Required?

  Legslip 21:36 13 Apr 2009

I am pretty computer literate and a good friend has asked me to sit with them and teach them XP and MS Word over a number of weeks through one hour lessons. Does anyone know where material may be available to do this in a structured way rather than just sitting with them and telling them to press various buttons?

  MAJ 21:40 13 Apr 2009
  Legslip 21:55 13 Apr 2009

Thanks Maj but £400 is a bit out of my reach for casual 1 on 1 training. Perhaps for the future...

  MAJ 22:00 13 Apr 2009

I wasn't suggesting that you purchase the course, Legslip, you asked for advice on a structured training schedule for MS Word and Windows. That page has it in spades. I assumed that as you were going to teach someone, you already know how to use XP and Word yourself.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:08 13 Apr 2009
  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:10 13 Apr 2009
  Legslip 22:16 13 Apr 2009

Sorry Maj. I take your point. Yes, I can use the structured approach as outlined and remove the more detailed elements (they only require training on the essentials!). It is a good starting point. Thanks.

Thanks Fruit Bat. This looks the business and I can use the elements to support Maj's plan.

  Legslip 22:21 13 Apr 2009

Fruit Bat. The last link looks the business. Many thanks.

  BRYNIT 23:01 13 Apr 2009

Windows help and how to use Windows XP click here

Word training courses from the Microsoft website click here

  ronalddonald 23:26 13 Apr 2009

not try dummies books and idiots guide to books look on amazon

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