Live Training Microsoft Excel - Getting started with Spreadsheets
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Discover in this course, the latest version of Microsoft Excel. Make your job easier with the many formatting, valuation, and table management features. This data management tool’s features will even save you a significant amount of time.
All trainings are conducted by expert trainers with a focus on communicating efficiently in Microsoft Teams.
You want to familiarize yourself with the spreadsheet tool in Microsoft Excel and understand how it can serve you.
At the end of this training, you will know:
- How to describe the software interface
- How to associate Excel with spreadsheet practices
- How to manage an Excel file that contains multiple worksheets
- Organize your Excel file according to your needs
Prerequisite and Target Audience
Target audience: Users who want to learn the basics of using a spreadsheet tool
Startup Level: Beginner
Prerequisite: Master independently the basic uses of computer navigation and the uses of your computer
Means and Methods
- Virtual classroom: The training is carried out remotely with a virtual classroom tool. Live interaction with a trainer enabling participants to ask questions.
- Virtual class replay: Recording of a virtual class allowing a complete approach to the application by means of concrete examples of use.
- Documents and other materials: Additional information or educational activities to complement this course.
45-min Distance Learning (and/or its video recording)
- Excel, purpose and use
- Interface, specific vocabulary
- Managing and creating workbook sheets
- Navigating a workbook
- Formatting and layout
- Customizing options and views
- Print and save
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Learn more about Microsoft Excel
Microsoft’s flagship tool: Excel spreadsheet no longer needs an introduction; however, the table processing solution has continued to evolve over the years.
Through an advanced search for the uses of the tool, Microsoft has made the interface more accessible and the functionalities even richer. For a simple table as for an exploitation of large data, Microsoft Excel has kept its computational, processing and formatting capabilities advanced.
As much as the interface makes it easy to find its landmarks, such as the formula bar, the gridlines of columns and rows as well as tabs, the logic of the navigation ribbon has been redesigned to be more logical: from left to right, you will find the categories of features that are most used to least used.
To familiarize yourself with this tool is to guarantee a maintenance of efficiency in the basic uses of Microsoft Excel, while discovering how to save time!