Excel is the software program most requested by today's employers. While people who use Excel are “self-taught,” they are often miss out on the fundamentals that save time and frustration. In this class, you will learn those shortcuts and spreadsheet design theory to become an Excel expert. You will enter and edit text, values, and formulas; save workbooks in various formats; move and copy data; learn about absolute and relative references; and work with ranges, rows and columns. You will learn how to manage large workbooks, with examples and hands-on exercises to help you build critical thinking skills as you learn Excel.
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