Learn how to use Microsoft Excel.
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program designed for everyday tasks such as setting up a budget, maintaining an address list, or keeping track of a list of to-do items. Excel is part of Microsoft Office.
Introduction to Microsoft Excel
This one-day course is appropriate if you have not used Excel before, if you are self-taught, or if you mainly use workbooks created by someone else and would like to improve your understanding of the techniques and features of Excel so you can be more efficient when using it to develop your own Excel documents. It is assumed attendees have good general computing skills and are familiar with the Windows environment.
Excel IntroductionUpcoming Sessions
Microsoft Excel Intermediate
This one-day course is appropriate if you have used Excel before and are reasonably confident with Excel basics such as simple formula creation, cell formatting, naming of cells, and saving and printing of workbooks.
It is assumed attendees have good general computing skills, are familiar with the Windows environment, and have attended an introductory course in Excel or have equivalent experience.
Excel IntermediateUpcoming Sessions
Microsoft Excel Advanced
This one-day course is appropriate if you are a regular user of Excel and are confident with Excel techniques such as formula creation, naming of cells, list sorting and filtering, PivotTables, data validation techniques, worksheet protection, and recording of simple macros.
It is assumed you have strong general computing skills, are familiar with the Windows environment, and have attended an intermediate course or have equivalent experience with Excel.