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Excel has become a valuable industry standard to create a budget, list information, or improve math accuracy. It supports Excel 2010, 2013 and 2016 command and formula structures and covers Basic Formulas, Formatting, Printing, Text, Date, Time, Logical, and Lookup functions, Tables, Charts, PivotTables, Protection, Validation, Conditional Formatting, Macros, Trace Errors, and What-If Analysis.
Introductory Concepts - Formulas, Formatting and Printing
The chapters in this group will cover three major Excel categories including Formulas, Formatting, and Printing, beginning with general operational concepts such as Interface, Cell Manipulation, and Backstage View. General Formulas covered include Sum, Average, Minimum, Maximum, as well as manually entered formulas. The Formatting chapters will cover the Font, Alignment, Number, Borders, and Fill Cell features. The Printing chapter will cover Repeat Title, Print Area, and Print Selection as well as how to Scale a sheet to fit a typical sized page. Other topics within this group include Quick Access Toolbar, Zooming Capabilities, Creating & Modifying Spreadsheets, Entering Data into Cells, Autofill, Format, Insert and Delete, as well as Manipulating Columns and Rows. Even if students have previously used Excel on some level, or are self-taught users, they will learn a new variety of short cuts and time-saving tricks to enhance spreadsheet use. After studying this group of chapters, students will experience a higher level of increased productivity and understanding of Excel concepts.
Intermediate Formulas - Text, Date/Time, Logical and Lookup
The primary skills covered in this group of chapters are Formulas and Functions. Often times, users need to develop a formula using functions in Excel but are unaware of its many capabilities. However, after acquiring a diverse knowledge of the various Excel functions, they are able to discover the perfect function for their intended purpose. These functions include Name Ranges, Statistical, Text, Date/Time, Financial, Informational, Math/Trig, Logical IF Statements, Lookup, as well as Database functions.
Major Components - Tables, Charts, PivotTables
The three major components of Excel (in this group) include Tables, Charts, and PivotTables. The Table feature will compare differences between a table and a normal range. The Chart feature will reorganize the data source and cover various Chart types to demonstrate how to modify chart elements for enhanced presentations. (Also, since the Charting layout ribbon was changed in Excel 2013, new and additional Chart types that were added in Excel will be covered, as well). PivotTables will cover Filtering, Formatting, PivotCharts, Label Adjustments, and Calculation Capability. PivotTables are very similar in all versions; however, new features that have been added to Excel 2013 and 2016 will also be covered.
Advanced Features – Protection, Validation, and Conditional Formatting
In this group of chapters, students will learn the advanced in’s and out’s of Excel. The following topics will be covered:
•How to protect cells.
•How to open a file with protection.
•How to share a workbook on a server folder.
•How to track changes.
•How to format cells based on specific conditions.
•Data Validation Dropdown Lists
•Macros and how they allow for the automation of routine tasks.
•Formula Troubleshooting Techniques
•How to trace a cell. (Error Checking, Circular Reference, and Evaluating Formulas).
•How to watch formulas across worksheets and workbooks.
•Comma Delimited File Export and Import
•How to consolidate Worksheets.