Course Information

Overview

This course describes all the key features and benefits of using this presentation tool. Microsoft Sway will allow you to create story boards, tutorials or newsletters for presentation, marketing or educational purposes

Level

Sway

Version

2016

Course Requirements

Delegates should have basic knowledge of how to use a computer and how to use the internet. Basic Keyboard and mouse skills are required. Some knowledge of Office 365 is useful, but not essential.

What You Will Learn

In particular you will be able to:

  • Navigate your way around the Sway environment
  • Create a Sway from the start as well as using other methods
  • Add content into Sway
  • Present a Sway
  • Import content from other sources
  • Work collaboratively within Sway
  • Share their Sway with other user

Outline

  • Overview of Sway
  • Log into Microsoft Sway
  • Layout and Navigation of Sway Home Page
  • Example Sways
  • Create a new Sway
  • Insert a Title
  • Insert Text into your Sway with Cards
  • Format TextMove content around
  • Change the Design
  • Change the Layout of your Sway
  • Preview your Sway
  • Add Images
  • Add Video
  • Add Audio
  • Embed elements with the Embed Card
  • Work with Card Groups
  • Present your Sway
  • Create a Sway from a Topic
  • Create a Sway from a Document
  • Create a Sway from a Template
  • Collaborate on a Sway at the same time
  • Share a Sway with colleagues via email
Dates and Prices

There are currently no public dates for this course. This course can be run as a private course either at one of our training centers or at your offices. To get pricing for this use our quote wizard to generate a customised quote or call us on 0118 324 3000 to discuss your requirements.

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1 Day

Testimonials

  • Noel was an excellent tutor. He did check all of the group was able to keep up and if there were any problems or questions of the attendants, he was always willing to help.

    Marianne Seager-Wincanton
  • This was a really good training, nicely paced, very useful and well presented. Thank you, Stuart!

    Joris Latinne-Oracle