Microsoft Excel 2010
Microsoft Excel 2010 is one of the most popular software applications worldwide and is part of the Microsoft Office 2010 productivity suite. This free online course will help you switch to Excel 2010 from a previous version of the software, and will give you a thorough knowledge and understanding of Excel and its applications if you have never used it before. You can use Excel to analyse data, for example, in accounts, budgets, billing and many other areas. You learn how to navigate this revised version of Excel, exploring the menu bar and the different tasks that can be done with it. You will work on sample spreadsheets doing basic math, adding and deleting columns and rows, and preparing the worksheet for printing. You will learn how to represent your data visually to show trends, patterns and comparisons between the data in a chart, table or other template, and how Excel 2010 will automatically do all the calculations for you once you add in the formula. This course will be of great interest to all professionals in business, finance and many other areas that need to analyse data in accounts, or keep records of stock or schedules, and to anyone trying to keep track of their personal finances at home.
Learn about Microsoft Excel 2010 and update your spreadsheet skills.
Learning outcomes: - Understand how to navigate the menu; - Learn about the improvements and new features of the software; - Create, save, prepare for printing and apply templates to a worksheet; - Work with formulas and functions; use VLOOKUP to search through the data in the spreadsheet; - Determine patterns and trends with conditional formatting, sparklines and charts; - Apply a table to the data; check conditions with the IF function; - Understand, save and run macros; figure out dates using formulas and work quicker with keyboard shortcuts.
- Module 1: Make the Switch to Excel 2010
- Module 2: What's New in Excel 2010
- Module 3: Basic Tasks in Excel 2010
- Module 4: Create Your First Spreadsheet
- Module 5: Get to Know Excel 2010 - Create Formulas
- Module 6: VLOOKUP - What It Is and When to Use It
- Module 7: Understand Data at a Glance with Conditional Formatting
- Microsoft Excel 2010 - First Assessment
- Module 8: Sparklines - Use Tiny Charts to Show Data Trends
- Module 9: Use Excel Tables to Manage Information
- Module 10: The IF function - What It Is and How to Use It
- Module 11: How to Create a Basic Chart in Excel 2010
- Module 12: Create and Run Macros in Excel 2010
- Module 13 : Figure Out Dates by Using Formulas in Excel 2010
- Module 14: Plan Payments and Savings in Excel 2010
- Module 15: Keyboard Shortcuts
- Module 16: Microsoft Office 2010 Security
- Microsoft Excel 2010 - Second Assessment
- Module 17: Microsoft Excel 2010 - Final Assessment