Little Falls, MN–May 9, 2007–Atomic Learning has released a round of training tutorials for the Microsoft 2007 Office Suite to provide new users of this latest Office system with training and support through a show-and-tell approach for their most common questions. The latest tutorials focus on Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007, Visio 2007, and Word 2007. In addition, tutorials have been launched for Windows Vista´s calendar, photo gallery and mail function.
Atomic Learning´s library of more than 27,000 tutorials provides Web-based training on over 100 commonly used software applications. Each application is broken down into manageable tasks and explained through one- to three-minute tutorials that explain each task. In addition to Microsoft products, software programs that Atomic Learning provides training for include Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, iTunes, Appleworks, Texas Instruments and many more.
"We want our customers to feel confident that Atomic Learning will provide them with high quality, effective training on the most current software applications," says Chuck Amos, Atomic Learning´s CEO. "We also know that not every school has the resources or desire to immediately upgrade to the latest versions of software programs. Atomic Learning continues to provide training on multiple versions of legacy application schools use as well as training on the most current titles that schools are upgrading to.
About Atomic Learning
Atomic Learning, Inc. was formed in 2000 by a group of technology educators with a mission to create useful and affordable online products focused on teaching people how to effectively use technology. Atomic Learning delivers a library of thousands of short, easy-to-view-and-understand tutorial movies that can be used as an integral part of a professional development program, a valuable curriculum supplement, and an anytime/anywhere software training resource. Atomic Learning now serves more than 4,000 school districts and universities in all 50 states and over 30 foreign countries, as well as individuals and organizations in a variety of other industries. For more information, visit www.AtomicLearning.com.