Who should attend?: This course is intended for participants who are familiar with Microsoft Excel 2016.
Prerequisites: Microsoft Excel 2016 - Level 1
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to accomplish the following:
• Organize, protect, and display data using various tools.
• Use the IF function, create linking formulas, and manage links.
• Manage and arrange multiple workbooks, insert and manage multiple worksheets within a workbook, and consolidate data from multiple sources.
• Create and modify charts to present data effectively; customize charts to enhance their appearance.
Managing Range Names; Creating and Using Workbook Templates; Applying Worksheet Security; Creating and Using Outlines;
Using the IF Function; Linking Formulas; Modifying and Restoring Links;
Using Multiple Workbooks and Worksheets
Working with Multiple Workbooks; Working with Multiple Worksheets; Consolidating Data;
Working with Charts
Creating Charts; Changing Chart Data; Modifying Chart Elements; Creating Custom Charts;
Working with Styles; Annotating Worksheets; Using Sparklines;
Instructor: Claudette Craig is the owner of CD Consulting. She has more than 2S years experience coordinating and facilitating courses, with a primary focus on the design and instruction of various Microsoft products. She has her Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at the Master Level. Her background includes working with a wide client-base in all business sectors, developing and implementing database applications and
designing user reference materials and on-line training videos.
TIME: 8:30am - 4:00pm Full day workshop
BioScience Association Manitoba
1000 Waverley St. PC Lab 102
$75 for Members
$125 for Non-Members
Lunch & Snacks included
FOR MORE INFO
Contact Kim Kline at (204) 272-5097 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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