This Excel training series is for anyone who wants to know Excel in a non-intimidating, soup-to-nuts manner. If you’ve never used Excel, this is your starting point. No prior experience is necessary. If you’ve used Excel but never had formal training, this course will fill in the gaps so it all makes sense and so you are efficient and accurate. If you’ve used previous versions of Excel (prior to Office 2007), then there are a lot of features and changes you need to be aware of to fully utilize this software.
Learning with Study 365 has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.
This course is comprised of professional learning material, all delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months).
This course is comprised of the following modules:
From the day you purchase the course, you will have 12 months access to the online study platform. As the course is self-paced you can decide how fast or slow the training goes, and are able to complete the course in stages, revisiting the training at any time.
At the end of the course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for assessment and certification when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed.
Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate for Excel 2010: Essentials.
Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.
This course could help you to pursue a career in any of the following industries:
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|Excel 2010: Essentials||FREE||00:00:00|
|1: GETTING COMFORTABLE WITH EXCEL|
|1. Introducing Excel|
|2. Recognizing Interface Features Unique to Excel|
|3. Understanding Workbook Structure|
|4. Navigating through Workbooks|
|5. Making Workbook Selections|
|2: THE BASICS OF DATA|
|1. Entering Text|
|2. Entering Dates & Numbers|
|3. Editing Cell Entries|
|4. Copying & Moving Data|
|5. Filling a Series|
|3: MANAGING WORKBOOK STRUCTURE|
|1. Modifying Workbook & Worksheet Structure|
|2. Resizing Worksheet Elements|
|3. Hiding Workbook Components|
|4: CREATING FORMULAS|
|1. Excel Calculations 101|
|2. Entering Formulas|
|3. Enforcing Absolute Referencing|
|4. Controlling Calculation Options|
|5: THE BASICS OF FUNCTIONS|
|1. The Foundation of Functions|
|2. Using AutoSum & the Formulas Tab|
|3. Using Function AutoComplete|
|6: WHAT’S IN A NAME?|
|1. Creating Named Cells|
|2. Defining Names|
|3. Creating Names from Selections|
|4. Creating Named Formulas|
|5. Using Names as References|
|6. Managing & Displaying Names|
|7: MAKING DATA LOOK GOOD|
|1. Applying Basic Formatting|
|2. Formatting Numbers|
|3. Exploring the Format Cells Dialog Box|
|4. Dening Custom Formats|
|5. Creating & Applying Cell Styles|
|6. Conditional Formatting|
|7. Applying & Editing Conditional Formatting Rules|
|8: A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS|
|1. Getting In-Cell Summaries with Sparklines|
|2. Creating Charts|
|3. Modifying Chart Design|
|4. Working with Chart Layout & Format|
|5. Saving & Using a Chart Template|
|9: THE SIMPLICITY OF TABLES|
|1. Converting Data Ranges to Tables|
|2. Modifying Table Formatting|
|3. Working with Table Records|
|4. Using Table Calculations|
|5. Sorting Data|
|6. Creating Custom Lists|
|7. Filtering Data|
|10: MANAGING THE EXCEL ENVIRONMENT|
|1. Configuring Excel Options|
|2. Adjusting the View|
|3. Controlling Excel Windows|
|11: PREPARING FILES FOR DISTRIBUTION|
|1. Print Area, Print Titles & Sheet Options|
|2. Renaming Sheets & Adding Headers/Footers|
|3. Printing Worksheets|
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