Online Class: Excel 2016
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program that comes packaged with the Microsoft Office family of software products. Just like the other programs by Microsoft, Excel can be used for a wide variety of purposes such as creating an address book, grocery lists, tracking expenses, creating invoices and bills, accounting, balance checkbooks and other financial accounts, as well as any other purpose that requires a spreadsheet or table.
This course will cover the many features of Excel 2016 and will teach you how to use them, starting with the simple and working to the most complicated. The good news is that Excel 2016 makes everything easy. By learning how to navigate the program and where to find each feature, operating Excel can become a breeze.
This course will teach you how to:
Create a spreadsheet
Format cells, rows, columns, and entire worksheets so they fit and match your data
Enter data into a spreadsheet
Use formulas and functions for math, accounting, and totaling.
Create formulas and functions
Create charts and diagrams for your data
Create data lists and forms
Create and use pivot tables and pivot charts.
Work with Excel templates
Share and protect your worksheets and workbooks
Use What-If Analysis to determine possible outcomes. For example, sales goals
And much more
This course was designed to teach you skills you’ll need to successfully use Excel 2016. Each lesson contains instructions and illustrations to show you how to use the features, then walks you through step-by-step so you can see how everything is done. You don’t need previous experience with Excel to be able to complete this course. This course will start with basic skills, then move forward to more advanced features and techniques. Although you do not need access to Excel 2016 for this course; it is highly recommended. A free trial of Excel 2016 is available on the Microsoft website.
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Lesson 1: Introduction to MS Excel 2016
Excel can be used for a wide variety of purposes such as creating an address book, grocery lists, tracking expenses, creating invoices and bills, accounting, balance checkbooks and other financial accounts, as well as any other purpose that requires a spreadsheet or table.
Lesson 2: Navigating Excel 2016
In this lesson, we’re going to focus on the major elements of Excel 2016 and take a few minutes to become familiar with their purpose.
Lesson 3: Worksheets and Workbooks
Worksheets are stored in workbooks, and workbooks are the files that you actually save.
Lesson 4: Entering Information into MS Excel 2016
Starting to enter information is as simple as clicking on a cell in the spreadsheet and typing, but there are some things that are helpful to know – and that you can do – before you ever type that first letter or number.
Lesson 5: Introduction to Working with Cells, Rows, and Columns
If you want to move data from its original location and relocate it somewhere else, you must cut the data, then paste it somewhere else. You can cut or copy cells, rows, columns, or entire worksheets.
Lesson 6: Formatting Data and Cells
Taking the time to format a worksheet can take it from the black and white page of data and gridlines to something that looks professional and attractive.
Lesson 7: Formatting Rows and Columns
In Excel 2016, the width of a column is determined by how many characters that can be displayed within a cell.
Lesson 8: Editing Cells, Rows, Columns, and Worksheets
Excel 2016 makes creating – and editing – spreadsheets a lot easier because correcting errors is easy mess free.
Lesson 9: Introduction to Formulas and Calculations
If you use spreadsheets to do accounting for a business, track totals, invoice customers, or anything that requires mathematics, Excel’s ability to calculate formulas is going to save you errors and headaches.
Lesson 10: Working with Formulas and Functions
In Excel, a function is a predesigned formula that does a certain calculation. This can make it easier because you don’t have to construct every formula yourself.
Lesson 11: Maintaining Worksheets
It’s important to learn how to maintain your worksheets to help you keep on top of all the information.
Lesson 12: The What-If Analysis
A what-if analysis lets you explore possibilities by entering possible values into the same equation so you can see the possible outcomes in the cells of your spreadsheet.
Lesson 13: Adding Images and Graphics
You’ve already learned how to format a worksheet and enter information into Excel. Now we’re going to show you how to add elements such as graphics and images.
Lesson 14: Charts and Diagrams
Charts and diagrams are tools you can use to visually represent the data in a worksheet.
Lesson 15: Creating Data Lists
A data list or a database table are types of worksheets that aren’t used to calculate values, but to store information, such as names and addresses of clients or perhaps a library of books.
Lesson 16: Managing Data
A form is simply a dialog box that lets you display or enter information one record (or row) at a time. It can also make the information more visually appealing and easier to understand.
Lesson 17: Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts
A pivot table sounds more difficult and confusing than it really is. Most people say they don’t like pivot tables, or they don’t understand them. In truth, they’re not that difficult at all.
Lesson 18: Printing Worksheets and Workbooks
Headers appear at the top of a worksheet. Footers appear at the bottom. Both can contain page numbers, and headers often contain the title of the worksheet and perhaps the date.
Lesson 19: Templates
Templates are worksheets that are already designed for you.
Lesson 20: Protecting, Saving, and Sharing Workbooks
Add protection to worksheets so that they can’t be edited by other people. You can lock cells or an entire worksheet.
Additional Course Information
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Course Title: Excel 2016
Course Number: 8900368
Languages: English – United States, Canada and other English speaking countries
Course Type: Computer Skill
CE Accreditation: Universal Class, Inc. has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
Grading Policy: Earn a final grade of 70% or higher to receive an online/downloadable CEU Certification documenting CEUs earned.
Assessment Method: Lesson assignments and review exams
Instructor: UniversalClass Staff Instructor
Duration: Continuous: Enroll anytime!