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Microsoft Excel Webcast and Microsoft Excel VBA Webcast Details

Microsoft Excel Webcast and Microsoft Excel VBA Webcast Details

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Our live "hands-on" Microsoft Excel webcasts and Microsoft Excel VBA webcasts focus on the important Excel problems that you face at everyday at your workplace.

Our Microsoft Excel webcasts are broadcast live "hands-on" over the web allowing student and instructor to interact as if sitting in the same room. All of our Excel webcasts and Excel VBA webcasts have two-way instructor/student communication. Read below and see how we can connect with you and provide you with the best Excel training you have ever had. All of our Excel webcasts come with a 1800+ page manual and Free Repeats.

Microsoft Excel Webcast Details

Microsoft Excel Webcast Details

Our Microsoft Excel webcasts and Microsoft Excel VBA webcasts allow us to provide customized training for individual customers or companies anywhere in the world. Using GoTo meeting, EMAGENIT can train you at your desk, home or in your company meeting or training room. During our Excel webcasts or Excel VBA webcasts, you will be working live with an experienced Excel instructor typing the problems for webcast "hands-on" as the instructor types them. You will see our instructor's computer and everything they type and he can see yours when given permission. To use GoTo Meeting on your computer requires you to perform a simple download that does not usually violate security (always exceptions) and does not effect antivirus software.

Our Excel webcasts and Excel VBA webcasts are taught by experienced Excel instructors whom develops advanced Microsoft Excel software for a living. The Microsoft Excel problems covered in our webcasts reflect real world industry problems. EMAGENIT's 18+ years of Microsoft Excel software design and consulting experience are also reflected in our Microsoft Excel webcasts and Microsoft Excel VBA webcasts through the Excel strategies and construction methods presented in the webcast. Long story short, we teach you what we do in Microsoft Excel to get the job done.

Microsoft Excel Webcast Communication Details

Microsoft Excel Webcast Communication Details

EMAGENIT uses GoTo meeting VoIP in its Microsoft Excel webcasts and Microsoft Excel VBA webcasts which allows the instructor to talk to you through your computer and vice versa. To take advantage of this communication setup, you need a microphone and speakers for your computer. In the event you do not have them for your computer, EMAGENIT can provide conference calling for our customers in the US and internationally. When taking our Excel webcasts or Excel VBA webcasts, we recommend using a headset or speaker phone if you have to use the conference line. That way you can type, talk and listen without having to hold a phone to your ears. We recommend Logitech microphones if you do not have a microphone for your computer and Logitech headsets for your phones for voice communication.

Microsoft Excel Webcast Viewing Details

Microsoft Excel Webcast Viewing Details

In addition to viewing our Microsoft Excel webcasts and online Microsoft Excel VBA webcasts on your computer screen, you can also use another computer and projector to view the webcast. Just log the other computer into the webcast as you would yours. With this strategy, you can use your computer for typing the Excel webcast problems without having to toggle between Excel and GoTo Meeting to see what to type. If you are using computer monitors to view our Excel webcasts and online Excel VBA webcasts, then we suggest you have at least two. Using this strategy, you can use one monitor to view GoTo Meeting and the other monitor to view Microsoft Excel when creating the Excel problems. If looking to use three monitors, our standard, EMAGENIT recommends using an adapter called J5 Create to hookup a third monitor to your computer via a USB port. If your are on the go and out of the office on your laptop, ASUS makes a cool led portable monitor called the M168B 16 inch led monitor that is powered from your computer's USB port. The monitor is 8mm thick, thick of a yellow writing pad and is light weight. The B model has the higher resolution and is well worth the extra money.



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