Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 1
In this course participants will be given an overview of the different features of Microsoft Excel 2016. Participants will learn to use Microsoft Excel to produce professional-looking spreadsheets. Specific lessons will include modifying & formatting cells, using simple formulas, sorting and filtering data, and creating charts. After these intro lessons participants will have the choice between other Excel applications that they want to learn more about like: Functions, Autofill, Relative and Absolute Referencing, and/or Conditional Formatting.
Microsoft Excel 2016 - Level 2
In this course, participants will continue to learn about ways to produce professional-looking spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel 2016. We will go deeper with excel than what the Excel Level 1 course offers. A variety of Excel functions we be highlighted to expose participants to the variety of ways Excel can help with analyzing data. Specific lessons with Autofill, Absolute Referencing, Conditional Formatting, Pivot Tables, and Mail Merge will also be included in the training.
Intro to Microsoft Office
Introduction to the capabilities of Microsoft Office including programs such as Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher and more. You will learn how to create and manage Word documents, organize information in tables, perform calculations on data, create graphs and charts and organize your email inbox.
INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTOR: Lauren Zomboracz earned her Master’s degree in Business Education from UW-Whitewater in 2010 and a Bachelor’s in Education in 2004. She is an educator at Franklin High School, where she teaches a variety of Business courses. Since starting her teaching career in 2005, Lauren has always taught Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint coursework.