Microsoft Excel - Level 01

Phillip Burton

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20 Videos (1h 50m)
    • Creating new blank workbooks

      4:09
    • Entering data

      9:02
    • An introduction to fonts and highlighting

      4:23
    • Saving and closing your workbook

      4:59
    • Practice Activity Number 1 - The Solution

      2:27
    • Creating new workbooks using templates

      6:07
    • Menus and toolbars

      7:16
    • Managing multiple workbooks - Excel 2013 and 2016

      4:27
    • Managing multiple workbooks - Excel 2007 and 2010

      7:05
    • Importing files and Opening non-native files directly in Excel

      7:59
    • Adding worksheets to existing workbooks

      3:38
    • Copying and moving worksheets, and changing spreadsheet order

      5:23
    • Saving workbooks in alternate file formats

      6:56
    • Maintaining backward compatibility

      5:41
    • Saving files to remote locations

      3:15
    • Using basic operators

      6:02
    • Order of operations

      5:51
    • How to enter numbers and dates

      3:25
    • Referencing cell ranges in formulas

      10:29
    • Practice Activity Number 2 - Solution

      1:26

About This Class

Welcome to Level 1 of this Microsoft Excel course. In it, we'll cover:

  • An introduction to Excel
  • Create worksheets and workbooks
  • Configure worksheets and workbooks to save
  • Basic formulas

Levels 1 to 5 teaches all the skills that Microsoft want you to know. Specifically, they are the skills required to undertake the Microsoft Certificate 77-602 (for Excel 2007), 77-882 (for Excel 2010), 77-420 (for Excel 2013) and 77-727 (for Excel 2016 Core) and will be useful if you wish to take the exam, or which to learn more about Microsoft Excel

The core skills which are taught are those tested by Microsoft in the exam. There are topics that it wants you to learn about Microsoft Excel, and this course teaches you all of them.

Each module is taught in order, and is divided in sub-topics, and generally each sub-topic will have an individual lecture lasting 5-7 minutes.

All 5 levels will together take about 11 hours to complete, plus will you need additional time to test yourselves to ensure that you have learned the necessary skills.

You should take this course if:

you want to learn more about Microsoft Excel, or
you want to learn the skills you need to become a certified Microsoft Office Specialist.
Regardless whether you have Excel 2007, Excel 2010, Excel 2013, Excel 2016 or Excel 365, this course will help you get to a good level, and maybe even want you to get more!

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Phillip is a Computing Consultant providing expert services in the development of computer systems and data analysis. He is a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist. He has also been certified as a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert for Business Intelligence, Microsoft Office 2010 Master, and as a Microsoft Project 2013 Specialist.

He enjoys investigating data, which allows me to maintain up to date and pro-active systems to help control and monitor day-to-day activities. As part ...

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