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Introduction to Excel

7 January 2019 @ 1.00pm - 4.00pm

| £81 – £90

Details

Date:
7 January 2019
Time:
1.00pm - 4.00pm
Course Category:

Location

Brighton
Brighton,United Kingdom

Other

Duration
Half day (pm)
Pricing
Standard: £90 Charity 2: £67.50 Charity 1: £45

Do you use Excel for budgets and/or as a database for recording information?

This half-day course is ideal for people who have taught themselves how to use Excel, but could benefit from learning more efficient and ‘correct’ ways to do things.

It is aimed at staff that need to pull out information from spreadsheet databases, or who need to create different budgets and produce a quarterly summaries.

You will receive an Intermediate Excel workbook to use during the course and as a reference to keep.

The course will cover:
  • Using formulas and absolute cell references
  • Using functions (such as working out averages)
  • Grouping spreadsheets and creating formulas across spreadsheets
  • Protecting all and part of a spreadsheet
  • Filtering and sorting a spreadsheet
  • Conditional formatting and filtering by colour

BHT’s half day Introduction to Excel course is for people who would like to know what Excel can do, who need to create budgets from scratch or are using a spreadsheet that someone else has set up.

Learn how to use Excel to perform calculations, manage money, store names and addresses and create charts. You don’t need any prior Excel knowledge to attend.

The course will cover:
  • Intro to Excel screen and terminology
  • Shortcuts to move around
  • Entering text and figures
  • Creating formulas (calculations)
  • Shortcuts to copy formulas and text
  • Formatting spreadsheets and printing
  • Creating, editing and formatting charts
Level: Introductory

The trainer was excellent, very clear and helpful

 

BHT’s half-day Introduction to Excel course is for people who would like to know what Excel can do, who need to create a budget from scratch or are using a spreadsheet that someone else has set up.

Learn how to use Excel to perform calculations, manage money, store names and addresses and create charts. You don’t need any prior Excel knowledge to attend.

The course will cover:
  • Intro to the Excel screen and terminology
  • Shortcuts to move around
  • Entering text and figures
  • Creating formulas (calculations)
  • Shortcuts to copy formulas and text
  • Formatting spreadsheets and printing
  • Creating, editing and formatting charts

 

Level: Introductory

 

The trainer was excellent, very clear and helpful.

Do you use Excel for budgets and/or as a database for recording information?

This half-day course is ideal for people who have taught themselves how to use Excel, but could benefit from learning more efficient and ‘correct’ ways to do things.

It is aimed at staff that need to pull out information from spreadsheet databases, or who need to create different budgets and produce a quarterly summaries.

You will receive an Intermediate Excel workbook to use during the course and as a reference to keep.

The course will cover:
  • Using formulas and absolute cell references
  • Using functions (such as working out averages)
  • Grouping spreadsheets and creating formulas across spreadsheets
  • Protecting all and part of a spreadsheet
  • Filtering and sorting a spreadsheet
  • Conditional formatting and filtering by colour

Do you use Excel for budgets and/or as a database for recording information?

This half-day course is ideal for people who have taught themselves how to use Excel, but could benefit from learning more efficient and ‘correct’ ways to do things.

It is aimed at staff that need to pull out information from spreadsheet databases, or who need to create different budgets and produce a quarterly summaries.

You will receive an Intermediate Excel workbook to use during the course and as a reference to keep.

The course will cover:
  • Using formulas and absolute cell references
  • Using functions (such as working out averages)
  • Grouping spreadsheets and creating formulas across spreadsheets
  • Protecting all and part of a spreadsheet
  • Filtering and sorting a spreadsheet
  • Conditional formatting and filtering by colo

Do you use Excel for budgets and/or as a database for recording information?

This half-day course is ideal for people who have taught themselves how to use Excel, but could benefit from learning more efficient and ‘correct’ ways to do things.

It is aimed at staff that need to pull out information from spreadsheet databases, or who need to create different budgets and produce a quarterly summaries.

You will receive an Intermediate Excel workbook to use during the course and as a reference to keep.

The course will cover:
  • Using formulas and absolute cell references
  • Using functions (such as working out averages)
  • Grouping spreadsheets and creating formulas across spreadsheets
  • Protecting all and part of a spreadsheet
  • Filtering and sorting a spreadsheet
  • Conditional formatting and filtering by colour

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