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MODULE 1: Getting Started with Microsoft ExcelLearning outcomes: Starting Excel and some of its basic navigation and help controls.Topics covered: Starting OutAbout WorkbooksExploring your WorkbookGetting Help with ExcelMODULE 2: The Excel InterfaceLearning outcomes: A look at the Ribbon interface and the different tabs and options the Ribbon offers.Topics covered: The Quick Access Toolbar and File MenuThe Home TabThe Insert TabThe Page Layout TabThe Formulas TabThe Data TabThe Review TabMODULE 3: Microsoft Excel BasicsLearning outcomes: Identify and Use Cells, Columns, Rows, Workbooks to enter and manage data.Topics covered: Working with ExcelMoving your DataBasic Excel FeaturesSmart Tags and Options ButtonsEditing ToolsMODULE 4: Editing your WorkbookLearning outcomes: Understanding formatting features and enhancing a workbook’s overall appearance and using Conditional Formatting.Topics covered: Cell FormattingConditional FormattingEnhancing a Worksheet’s AppearanceMODULE 5: Printing and Viewing your WorkbookLearning outcomes: Exploring Excel’s printing and viewing options enhancing your ability to print and work with your data effectively.Topics covered: Using the View TabManaging a Single WindowManaging Multiple WindowsPrinting your WorkbookPrint Page Layout optionsMODULE 6: Working with Charts in ExcelLearning outcomes: Introducing charts within Excel and explain how to create basic charts to help convey your data with.Topics covered: Using Recommended and Standard ChartsChart ElementsChart Tools – Design & Format
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