Microsoft Excel is well known for the ability to store, analyze or present data in multiple formats to make informed decisions. If you are interested in learning how to use this powerful tool for the first time or if you want to continue building on the Excel knowledge you currently possess, review the course descriptions that interest you and contact us for the next available course that can be provided at a campus location nearest to you.
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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For more information, please contact 501.207.6249 or 501.207.6213.