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9:00: MS Excel Basic - Part 2
Thursday, September 26, 2019, 9:00 AM until 10:30 AM
Silicon Room (Computer Club Classroom)
COURSE NAME – Basic Excel Part II (A Numeric Emphasis)
COURSE PREREQUISITES - Successful completion of a Windows class or comfortable navigating and using Windows directories. The ability to perform simple computer operations such as select, copy, cut, paste, and drag-and-drop are important skills which should be acquired before beginning this class. Successful completion of Basic Excel Part I (no exceptions)
COURSE DESCRIPTION – Three 75-minute classes over three days. This portion of the Excel course is designed to introduce the student to using a spreadsheet for managing numeric data within a spreadsheet. The student must have already completed Basic Excel Part I (A Database Emphasis). This second class builds upon the knowledge acquired in the first class. You should leave the class with a good understanding of how to create formulas and functions using Microsoft Excel. Topics include:
- Arithmetic operations
- Creating formulas and functions within cells
- Cell replication and duplication
- Designing charts and graphs
- Saving and Printing
This course is not meant for experienced Excel users.
COURSE MATERIALS - The text used is “Microsoft Office Excel 2013 Plain & Simple” and is available at the classroom for approximately $20. The text may also be purchased from such places as Amazon.com.
Please bring a personal Flash drive for transporting files between the classroom and home.
INSTRUCTOR – Dave Menser