EXCEL Level 1
Participants practice the fundamentals of Excel, which include cell functions, copying data, familiarization with the cut/paste feature, formatting cells, printing worksheets, use of auto-complete versus auto-fill, how to enter basic formulas, working with multiple worksheets, cell reference logic and ranges. This introductory course will get you off to a great start on the powerful features of Excel.
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EXCEL Level 2
Students will practice working with more advanced Excel functions for worksheet formatting, sorting, conditional formatting, headers & footers, IF formulas, the use of formulas to extract or compute data, create and format tables, create and edit charts, group & ungroup worksheets, create a summary worksheet for multiple worksheets, use of watermarks, import graphics into spreadsheets and edit graphics.
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EXCEL Level 3
Students practice and learn about the advanced and powerful features of Excel when they learn how to use the macro tool, learn how to use the V-Lookup function, pivot tables, create and edit charts, how to use slicers, grouping worksheets, editing and validating data, create folders, use of comment feature, protecting worksheets & workbooks, sharing worksheets and export Excel data into other software programs.
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If any of these Excel classes are of interest to you or anyone in your office group, please feel free to call Heather Stogner at 501.207.6249 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.