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Excel in Excel 2013

Course Summary

All videos less than 5 minutes! You will learn from the ground up to become a confident user of Microsoft Excel 2013.

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    Course Syllabus

    • Basic parts of an Excel spreadsheet
      • What is a spreadsheet?
      • Simple Arithmetic Using Excel
      • Basic Formatting
      • Some tricks to save you time.
      • Moving Data & Inserting Extra Columns and Rows
      • Multiple Sheets in the one spreadsheet
    • Absolute Referencing
      • What is Absolute Referencing?
      • Are you feeling old? We calculate your age in days, hours, minutes and seconds.
    • Common Formulas in Excel 2013
      • Sum()
      • Average()
      • Max() & Min()
      • If()
      • Rank()
      • Lookup()
      • CountIf()
      • AverageIf() & SumIf()
      • Other Formulas Galore
      • Basic Formula Quiz
    • Challenge Activity for Practising Using Formulas
      • Explanation of Challenge
      • Challenge Activity to Test Your New Skills
      • Sample Responses for Task 1 & 2
      • Sample Responses for Task 3
      • Sample Responses for Task 4 & 5
    • Conditional Formatting
      • Conditional Formatting
    • Adding Charts / Graphs
      • Creating a Basic Chart
    • Probability in Excel
      • Rand() & Randbetween()
      • Using Probabilty in Excel

Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:


Course Status:



1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations and Data & Information Management Community

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