Microsoft Excel Essentials


This six-hour course covers Microsoft Excel essentials including screen components, ribbon, tabs, groups and commands. You’ll learn a variety of tricks to make you a more efficient user, including how to recognize different mouse pointers and the many right-click shortcut menus. You will also learn the difference between the key components of Excel: formulas and functions.

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, and refine it with formatting. You will also engage in hands-on practice creating totals, minimums, averages and percentages.

Please note: This course was previously listed as Microsoft Excel Basics.

See the Business Computer Skills Series overview for more hands-on courses offering résumé-building skills you can use in the workplace today.

Course Section  
Course: TECH 301-00
Term: 2162
Section Number: 3
Schedule Number: 2162TECH3013
Instructor(s): Diana Adams
Location: Redfield Campus, Redfield Campus RM 110
Dates: May 24, 2016 (Tue., 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.)
Units: Non-Credit
Notes: ATTENTION INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED USERS: If you enroll in the Excel Essentials course and determine within the first three hours that your skills are too advanced for the class, you may transfer to the Excel Intermediate course with no extra fee. For information, please contact Amy Ginder, (775) 784-4759. Fee includes tuition and course materials. Parking at Redfield is free.
Required Fees:
       Registration $125.00

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