Advanced Microsoft Excel II: Use range names and 3-D references in formulas; learn to use financial, logical and date functions; troubleshoot formulas and functions with auditing tools, use Goal Seek and Scenarios.
Students should have taken all previous Excel classes or be familiar with the skills covered.
Advanced Microsoft Excel I: Customize Excel 2007's Quick Access Toolbar, customize and manage your worksheets and workbooks, use custom number formats and conditional formatting.
Students must have taken the Basic Excel series or be familiar with formulas, functions and formatting in Excel.
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Microsoft Excel IV - Charts/Graphs: Explore Excel’s chart-making abilities. Create several types of charts, format charts, enhance and control axes, scales, labels.
Microsoft Excel III - Formatting and Printing: Format Excel spreadsheets, control how numbers display, add colors and borders, use conditional formatting; learn printing, control page divisions, print row and column headers, and more.
Microsoft Excel II - Formulas and Functions: Learn to do basic mathematical calculations with Excel.
Microsoft Excel I - Introduction and Data Entry: Learn to start Excel, save and open spreadsheets, copy and paste cells, select and insert rows and columns, and type text and numbers.
The skills taught in this series of classes can be used in any document, but they are essential to create long documents efficiently:
The skills taught in this class can be used in any document, but they are essential to create long documents efficiently:
Microsoft Word: Graphics 2: Add graphics to your Microsoft Word documents and control how they interact with document text. The two Graphics classes will cover photographs, Clip Art, Charts, Shapes, WordArt, and the new Smart Art graphics in Microsoft Office 2007.