Microsoft Excel Essentials

19th December 2018, 2:44pm | By Ian Silk | Event Date : 05/02/2019

Excel is an incredibly useful package and is probably the most flexible of the entire Office suite.  “Excel Essentials” is a 1 day ‘helping hand’ course to assist you in getting to grips with the essential features such as creating and developing your spreadsheets and making Excel’s formulas work for you!

Excel Essentials is designed for you to get up to speed quickly and efficiently!  If you have not used Excel before, no problem – you are starting from a clean slate and learning from the ground up.  If you have some Excel experience, let’ s help you use the knowledge and experience you already have to get you further along and help you learn lots of shortcuts to improve and enhance your skills.

Most importantly, you do not have to be a whizz at maths to get immediate benefit from using Excel – if you can use a calculator you can use Excel!

This course is for anyone in business or the voluntary sector who need to manipulate numbers, keep lists, or to create graphs.

To book a place on this course please use the following link

 

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