Spreadsheets are essential in today's workplace. Discover the fundamentals that will help you succeed. Explore the Excel Interface, Distinguish between various mouse pointers, employ efficient worksheet navigation, enter labels/values, edit and format a worksheet and even get an introduction to formulas.
Large excel spreadsheets can quickly become difficult to translate. Learn to communicate information visually with the use of Excel Charts. Explore and fine-tune your chart elements with ease. Learn to manage workbooks, exploration of special formatting, advanced page layout and printing features. Also get an introduction to Excel functions to prepare you for Excel III & IV.
Learn to create date and text filters for viewing information more efficiently. Learn how to use subtotals, a powerful analyzing tool, and more for filling/copying data more efficiently. This class also serves as a formal introduction to formulas and functions, so you will walk away knowing how to create formulas and copy them correctly using relative and absolute referencing. Use statistical functions (Sum, Average, Min and Max) and logical functions (If, And, Or) and paste special options.
Prerequisites: Excel I & II
Review basic building-block functions and a few critical keyboard shortcuts that will speed up working with Excel data. Perform advanced searching and data retrieval with Lookup Functions, tabulate and sort data with counting and statistical functions, formulate data with text and math functions, and even work with financial data using advanced formulas. Practical examples that will help you transition to using these formulas and functions in real-world scenarios will be provided.
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