ADA Accessibility

Starting in January of 2018, Section 508 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act required that online documents be accessible to people using assistive technology (screen readers, magnifiers and mouse alternatives.) The concept is simple, but many local governments struggle with remediating documents and staying within compliance. This latest computer class offering will help your team build accessible documents from scratch and remediate existing documents in
the public realm.


Fundamental

Overview of Accessible Documents

Primarily a presentation meant to explain what accessibility is, what the rules are, and how the parts play together. Useful... Read More

Class Length: 1 hour. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.

Fundamental

Simple Accessible Documents

Introduction to how to create an accessible Microsoft Word document using Office 365. This is part one of a two-part... Read More

Class Length: 2 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.

Intermediate

Tables and Scanned Documents

Adding Tables and Structure an accessible Microsoft Word document using Office 365; plus reviewing the methods of creating a PDF... Read More

Class Length: 2 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.

Intermediate

Document Structure in Office and Acrobat

Moving published Word documents to PDF and addressing common issues that crop up. Published PDF -Accessibility Check Intro to Tags... Read More

Class Length: 3 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.

Advanced

In-Depth Look at Complex Tables

Tables are one of the most challenging aspects of making complex PDFs accessible to all audiences. This class will look... Read More

Class Length: 3 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.

Advanced

Fillable Forms, Org Charts and Links

Tackling the “hard” topics of accessibility, this final class will put any employee over the goal line when it comes... Read More

Class Length: 3 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.


Excel

Online Microsoft Excel classes are drawn from material in the In Person classes. Topics have been shortened and broken into more classes to accommodate the format and the media. Some organizations have requested custom combinations of material and topics. Please contact CDA Computer Training if you are interested in customizing your Excel training.


Intermediate

Mastering Formulas and Functions in Excel

Formulas and Functions are the meat and potatoes of Microsoft Excel. They are the tools that give the program power... Read More

Class Length: 2 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.

Intermediate

Data Design and PivotTables

Many users assume that Microsoft Excel information is already in a Table. It has lines and rows and columns –... Read More

Class Length: 2 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.

Advanced

Advanced Formulas and Functions

Matching data between two sets of information is one of the first tools that most advanced Microsoft Excel users learn.... Read More

Class Length: 2 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.


Microsoft 365


Fundamental

Intro to Cloud Computing with Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 is your Swiss Army Knife of productivity software. It includes all of the programs you know – Outlook,... Read More

Class Length: 2 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.


Word

Microsoft Word is everywhere in the business world, and too many people miss out on some of the best tips and power shortcuts because they think they “know” the program. The truth is the program has changed dramatically over the years, and with the advent of Microsoft 365 there are major improvements in how to work faster, easier and more accurately.


Advanced

Advanced Formatting and Lists

 Learn the difference between content and structure, and how they both play an important part in your document creation. Master... Read More

Class Length: 2 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.