BASICS OF MICROSOFT EXCEL introduces you to the latest version of Microsoft Excel for personal and business use in preparation for more advanced techniques. You will learn the basics of using Excel and navigating the program, creating and opening files, using text, numbers, formulas, charts, graphics, formatting, sharing and printing.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify opportunities to use Excel for personal and business tasks
- Properly construct and save files in a shareable format
- Use formulas and functions to manipulate information
- Solve productivity using automatic features
- Use and format text, numbers, dates, and times
- Use and format and merge cells for presentation
- Use and format charts and pictures
- Use the sharing and printing of workbooks features
CPE COURSE INFORMATION:
- Delivery Method: Web-based Self-study (QAS)
- Course Level: Basic
- Credits: 1.5
- Field of Study: Computer Software and Applications
- Prerequisites: None
- Advanced Preparation: None
- Refund Policy: 7 Days after enrollment
- Published Date: February 2018
- Certificate of Completion: Yes (on 70% successful exam score)
- Exam Expires: One Year from Enrollment Date
LENGTH: 1:03 | 20 VIDEOS | Close Captioned
RESULT: Know How to Use Excel for Personal and Business Use
WHAT THE COURSE FEE COVERS: The entire BASICS OF MICROSOFT EXCEL course - 20 close captioned lectures watchable on any computer, smart phone or device, downloadable exercise files, interim quizzes, a final course exam, accreditation certificates delivered via email, a LinkedIn compatible course badge, 1.5 credits on 70% successful final exam completion, and access to this course forever.
"Great class! I learned a of things that will make using Excel quicker and easier." - Joe M.
"I really liked this course! I feel much more Excel literate than I did before. I've even gone home and started using what I learned to create my own budget sheet. Thanks!" - Margaret D.
"Great course! I learned several ways to do things more easily than the way I've been doing them." - Hadley W.
"Personally, I appreciated every opportunity to learn the proper names of different aspects of the excel file, whether it was an icon name, the context menu, or the ribbon bar...which I now know is what you call those features! Even as a seasoned Excel user, I learned new things taking this basics course. That is a great achievement of any educational course, so well done! I appreciated the length of each course and think the LinkedIn badges that correspond with each lecture is a neat feature." - Anastasya R.
Mr. Kevin Seidule is the President and Dean of TTR University and responsible for the development and delivery of all internal and external courses and corporate training programs.
Mr. Seidule previously held the position of CEO for a consulting company specializing in Executive and Professional training to CEOs, directors, business owners, entrepreneurs, athletes, musicians, directors, and actors/actresses from over 13 different countries.
Mr. Seidule held various positions at multi-billion-dollar organizations, while pursuing his passion of film and video by producing over 400 commercials, instructional videos and non-profit fundraising properties.
Mr. Seidule holds a degree in engineering, and has contributed to the design and development of management and educational software programs, himself having completed over 300 training programs and internships.
Mr. Seidule holds to his own educational philosophy stating, "Anyone has the ability to learn anything, no matter their background or education, as long as the educational standard is that the person can DO the thing being taught. Anything else is unacceptable."
In his free time, Mr. Seidule runs an online filmmaking university offering training to thousands of aspiring students and maintains a weekly educational YouTube channel with instructional videos that have been watched by over three million people in every country across the globe.
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