Demonstrate that you have the skills needed to get the most out of Office by earning a Microsoft Office Specialist certification in a specific Office program. Holding a MOS certification can earn an entry-level business employee as much as $16,000 more in annual salary than uncertified peers.*

If you are pursuing the higher level Microsoft Office Specialist Expert and Microsoft Office Specialist Master certifications, a Microsoft Office Specialist certification is a great entry point.

Office 2013 combines cloud and web technologies to extend the way you create and consume information and introduces a new cloud app model for you to build secure and flexible apps—all discoverable from the familiar Office interface.

Certification title Required exam
MOS: Microsoft Office Word 2013 418
MOS: Microsoft Office Excel 2013 420
MOS: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013 422
MOS: Microsoft Office Outlook 2013 423
MOS: Microsoft Office Access 2013 424
MOS: Microsoft SharePoint 2013 419
MOS: Microsoft Office OneNote 2013 421
MOS: Microsoft Office Word 2013

Exam : 77-418

Who should take this exam?

A core-level candidate for the Microsoft Word 2013 exam should have a fundamental understanding of the Word environment and the ability to complete tasks independently. They should know and demonstrate the correct application of the principal features of Word 2013.These candidates should be able to create and edit 2-3 page documents for a variety of purposes and situations. Examples include professional-looking reports, multi-column newsletters, résumés and business correspondence. Candidate roles might include students, clerical workers, instructors and others.

Topics Covered

  • Create and manage documents
  • Format text, paragraphs and sections
  • Create tables and lists
  • Apply references
  • Insert and format objects
MOS: Microsoft Office Excel 2013

Exam : 77-420

Who should take this exam?

A core-level candidate for the Microsoft Excel 2013 exam should have a fundamental understanding of the Excel environment and the ability to complete tasks independently. They should know and demonstrate the correct application of the principal features of Excel 2013. These candidates should be able to create and edit a workbook with multiple sheets for a variety of purposes and situations. Examples include professional-looking budgets, team performance charts, sales invoices and exercise logs. Candidate roles might include students, clerical workers, bookkeepers, instructors and others.

Topics Covered

  • Create and manage worksheets and workbooks
  • Create cells and ranges
  • Create tables
  • Apply formulas and functions
  • Create charts and objects
MOS: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013

Exam 77-422

Who should take this exam?

Candidates for this exam are IT professionals who use Office to build secure and flexible applications.

Topics Covered

  • Create and manage presentations
  • Insert and format shapes and slides
  • Create slide content
  • Apply transitions and animations
  • Manage multiple presentations
MOS: Microsoft Office Outlook 2013

Exam : 77-423

Who should take this exam?

Candidates can format email message content by using character and paragraph formatting, create or insert graphic elements, such as charts, tables and SmartArt graphics, into messages. They can also send messages to private recipients by using the Bcc field. Candidates are able to create contact records, tasks and appointments from incoming messages, and they set up contact groups to facilitate communication with other Outlook users. They may share schedule information with other Outlook users, too. Candidates schedule meetings involving people and system resources, and they delegate tasks to others. Core users personalise the Outlook program window and the Quick Access Toolbar to maximise their efficiency. They organise messages and other Outlook items, and they display different views of mail folders and of the calendar, address book and task list. They may also display multiple calendars and share calendars with other Outlook users.

  • Manage the Outlook environment (25–30%)
  • Manage messages (25–30%)
  • Manage schedules (30–35%)
  • Manage contacts and groups (15–20%)
MOS: Microsoft Office Access 2013

Exam 77-424

Who should take this exam?

This exam is designed for candidates who have a fundamental understanding of the Access 2013 environment and the ability to complete tasks independently. They should know and demonstrate the correct application of the principal features of Access 2013.

  • Create and manage a database (20–25%)
  • Build tables (25–30%)
  • Create queries (15–20%)
  • Create forms (15–20%)
  • Create reports (15–20%)
MOS: Microsoft SharePoint 2013

Exam 77-419

Who should take this exam?

Candidates for the Microsoft SharePoint 2013 exam should have a sound understanding of the SharePoint environment and the ability to perform all site-level tasks. They should know and demonstrate the correct application of the principle site, library and list features of SharePoint 2013. Candidates should be able to optimise and customise SharePoint sites to provide structure, solve problems, facilitate collaboration and enhance productivity. Examples of application include managing list permissions, adding content to Quick Launch, creating team sites and modifying library views. Candidate roles might include technical support staff, project managers, team leads, department heads and others.

  • Create and format content (25–30%)
  • Manage SharePoint sites (30–35%)
  • Participate in user communities (15–20%)
  • Configure and consume site search results (15–20%)
MOS: Microsoft Office OneNote 2013

Exam 77-421

Who should take this exam?

Candidates for the Microsoft OneNote 2013 exam should have a fundamental understanding of the OneNote environment and the ability to complete tasks independently. They should know and demonstrate the correct application of the principle features of OneNote 2013.

Candidates should be able to create, edit and share notebooks for a variety of purposes and situations. They use OneNote as a digital notebook to facilitate their work and to integrate with other Office 2013 applications. Candidates work with the features of OneNote 2013 to organise and collaborate effectively. Notebook examples include class notes, minutes from meetings, event planning and to-do lists. Candidate roles might include students, instructors, administrative assistants, company teams, project managers and others.

  • Manage the OneNote environment (25–30%)
  • Share and collaborate with other users (15–20%)
  • Organise and find notes (20–25%)
  • Edit and link content in OneNote (25–30%)

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