This six-hour course covers Microsoft Excel essentials including screen components, ribbon, tabs, groups and commands, and identifies a variety of tricks to make you a more efficient user, including how to use the four mouse pointers and the many right-click shortcut menus.
Even if you’ve used Excel for years, you will learn dozens of tips to help you work more efficiently and effectively. In this interactive class, you’ll build a spreadsheet, enter and modify your data, refine it with new easy formatting, save it and print it. Formulas are key components of Excel, and course participants will engage in hands-on practice creating totals, minimums, averages and percentages.
June 19, 2014 Course Section
We are changing the name of Microsoft Excel Basics to Microsoft Excel Essentials. Registration for the June 19 course section will be available in early May. If you would like to be notified when enrollment opens for the June 19 Microsoft Excel Essentials class, please email Amy Ginder or call her direct line, (775) 784-4759.
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