Individual Software, represented locally by Phoenix Software, has launched Professor Teaches Office 2010. This software provides interactive tutorials for fast and easy learning so users can quickly build their skills and learn everything about Office 2010, from beginning to advanced skills.

Courses are included for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, and Publisher. The software is available for single users at home and for multiple users in business, education, government, and other multi-user settings.
“Introduced just in time for Microsoft’s June release of Office 2010, this software provides a way for users to quickly learn the new features of Office 2010 and stay current with the latest technology,” explains Simon Campbell-Young, CEO of Phoenix Software. “Professor Teaches computer training courses are designed for both individual learning, and classrooms, universities, libraries, job training centers, and government agencies.”
In addition, users of Professor Teaches Office 2010 can get quick assistance with Professor Answers. Professor Answers provides answers to your questions faster and easier than Microsoft Help, and powerful Search and Browse features are just one click away to help you locate the specific training topic you need, right when you need it.
Features of Professor Teaches Office 2010 include:
* Learn Word 2010 and Word 2010 advanced – Enhance documents with graphics, fonts, tables, and graphs. Learn to print labels, envelopes and mail-merge documents. Create an index, table of contents, headers, footers, and more. Reach expert skill level in the newest version of Microsoft Word with advanced courses. Learn how to create a master document, insert a cross-reference, perform calculations in a table, link to worksheets, work with graphics, create charts, use mail merge, plus more.
* Learn Excel 2010 and Excel 2010 advanced – Build your skills and learn everything you need to create charts, format spreadsheets and analyse data tables. Create formulas, functions, filters, and cell references. Learn time-saving macros, templates, even pivot tables.
* Learn PowerPoint 2010 and PowerPoint 2010 advanced – Learn new ways to create high-impact dynamic presentations quickly, including new ribbon commands and fast keyboard shortcuts. Organise slides, graphics and text for perfect presentations, and embellish presentations with animation effects, graphics, and sound.
* Learn Outlook, Access and Publisher 2010 – Organise your contacts, calendar, tasks, events, and meetings. Track, report, analyse, and share information more effectively. Design and publish professional-looking marketing material.