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Introduction to Excel - Basic Navigation (Part 2)

Introduction to Excel - Basic Navigation (Part 2)

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Excel is incredibly useful, enabling us to do anything from writing simple spreadsheets for reporting, to carrying out more complicated calculations and analytical techniques. But it can be a little tricky to find your way around. If you want to upskill to take advantage of what Excel has to offer, these bite-sized courses have been developed to help you learn at your leisure. You can choose what you want to learn from mini-videos that cover each subject individually.

This entry-level course contains useful information on:

• How to format cells to include numbers and/or text
• Basic formatting, including text alignment, and changing font and borders
• Editing column width and row height, moving cells, and copying and pasting
• Exploring themes, cell styles, and learning how to fill cells easily
• Drag and drop, autofill, flash fill and autofill options
• The basics of format painting, headers, footers, and page numbers
• Using add-ins, templates, and page breaks
• Freezing rows and columns and removing duplicates

Why take this course?

From experts to amateurs, if you work in an office, you’re likely to have to use Excel at some point, and this course will help you find your way around it. Please note that most modern versions of Microsoft Excel use the same interface, but some may have cosmetic differences. To get the most from this course, learners should have existing software licenses and a full version of Microsoft Excel.

15 mins | SCORM | Practice Files
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