Aug
24
Fri
Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Excel 2016 - Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Excel 2016 Level 2

Days of Training: 1

Excel 2016 Level 2 builds on the basic concepts and skills of our Level 1 course to provide more advanced tools for analysis and presentation of complex, realistic data in Microsoft Excel 2016: how to manage complex workbooks, build more complex functions, use data analysis tools, make an impact with powerful chart and presentation features, and collaborate with other users. Students will benefit most from this course if they want to use Excel 2016 to perform real-world tasks such as rearranging and presenting complex data. If they intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist or Expert exam for Excel, this course will continue their preparation, but they will need to continue on to the Level 3 course, particularly to prepare for the Expert exam.

The course assumes students know how to use a computer, that they’re familiar with Microsoft Windows, and that they’ve taken the Level 1 course or have equivalent introductory experience with Excel.

Chapter 1: Managing workbooks

  • Module A: Managing worksheets
  • Module B: Customizing Excel

Chapter 2: Named ranges

  • Module A: Using names in formulas

Chapter 3: Tables

  • Module A: Sorting
  • Module B: Filtering tables
  • Module C: Structured references
  • Module D: Validation
  • Module E: Transposing data

Chapter 4: Summarizing data

  • Module A: Consolidation
  • Module B: Subtotals

Chapter 5: PivotTables

  • Module A: Creating and formatting PivotTables
  • Module B: Manipulating PivotTables
  • Module C: PivotCharts

Chapter 6: Presentation features

  • Module A: Conditional formats
  • Module B: Custom Formats
  • Module C: Graphics

Chapter 7: Advanced charts

  • Module A: Special chart types
  • Module B: Sparklines
  • Module C: Quick Analysis

Chapter 8: Collaboration

  • Module A: Permissions
  • Module B: Shared workbooks
Aug
31
Fri
Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 3 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
Aug 31 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Excel 2016 - Level 3 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Excel 2016 Level 3

Days of Training: 1

Excel 2016 Level 3 builds on the concepts and skills of our Level 1 and Level 2 courses to provide advanced tools for solving real-world problems in Microsoft Excel 2016: lookup and decision-making functions, auditing and error-handling, array functions, date and text functions, importing and exporting, using Power Pivot and the Power Pivot Data Model, what-if-analysis, and macros. Students will benefit most from this course if they want to use Excel 2016 to perform real-world tasks such as handling and getting information from large amounts of data from sources inside out and outside of Excel, creating output that varies according to conditions, manipulating dates and text, and automating repetitive tasks. If they intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist or Expert exam for Excel, this course will complete their coverage of all the objectives for both exams.

The course assumes students know how to use a computer, that they’re familiar with Microsoft Windows, and that they’ve taken the Level 1 and Level 2 courses or have equivalent introductory experience with Excel. The exercises are more detailed and complex than those in the previous levels

Chapter 1: Logical and Lookup Functions

  • Module A: Decision-making functions
  • Module B: Lookup and reference functions

Chapter 2: Advanced Formulas

  • Module A: Auditing and error-trapping
  • Module B: Formula options
  • Module C: Arrays

Chapter 3: Special functions

  • Module A: Date and time functions
  • Module B: Text functions
  • Module C: Other functions

Chapter 4: Importing and Exporting

  • Module A: The Power Pivot Data Model
  • Module B: Exporting data

Chapter 5: Analysis

  • Module A: What-if analysis
  • Module B: The Analysis Toolpak

Chapter 6: Macros and Forms

  • Module A: Recording macros
  • Module B: Running macros
  • Module C: Forms
Sep
5
Wed
Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
Sep 5 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Excel 2016 - Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Excel 2016 Level 2

Days of Training: 1

Excel 2016 Level 2 builds on the basic concepts and skills of our Level 1 course to provide more advanced tools for analysis and presentation of complex, realistic data in Microsoft Excel 2016: how to manage complex workbooks, build more complex functions, use data analysis tools, make an impact with powerful chart and presentation features, and collaborate with other users. Students will benefit most from this course if they want to use Excel 2016 to perform real-world tasks such as rearranging and presenting complex data. If they intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist or Expert exam for Excel, this course will continue their preparation, but they will need to continue on to the Level 3 course, particularly to prepare for the Expert exam.

The course assumes students know how to use a computer, that they’re familiar with Microsoft Windows, and that they’ve taken the Level 1 course or have equivalent introductory experience with Excel.

Chapter 1: Managing workbooks

  • Module A: Managing worksheets
  • Module B: Customizing Excel

Chapter 2: Named ranges

  • Module A: Using names in formulas

Chapter 3: Tables

  • Module A: Sorting
  • Module B: Filtering tables
  • Module C: Structured references
  • Module D: Validation
  • Module E: Transposing data

Chapter 4: Summarizing data

  • Module A: Consolidation
  • Module B: Subtotals

Chapter 5: PivotTables

  • Module A: Creating and formatting PivotTables
  • Module B: Manipulating PivotTables
  • Module C: PivotCharts

Chapter 6: Presentation features

  • Module A: Conditional formats
  • Module B: Custom Formats
  • Module C: Graphics

Chapter 7: Advanced charts

  • Module A: Special chart types
  • Module B: Sparklines
  • Module C: Quick Analysis

Chapter 8: Collaboration

  • Module A: Permissions
  • Module B: Shared workbooks
Sep
13
Thu
Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 3 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
Sep 13 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Excel 2016 - Level 3 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Excel 2016 Level 3

Days of Training: 1

Excel 2016 Level 3 builds on the concepts and skills of our Level 1 and Level 2 courses to provide advanced tools for solving real-world problems in Microsoft Excel 2016: lookup and decision-making functions, auditing and error-handling, array functions, date and text functions, importing and exporting, using Power Pivot and the Power Pivot Data Model, what-if-analysis, and macros. Students will benefit most from this course if they want to use Excel 2016 to perform real-world tasks such as handling and getting information from large amounts of data from sources inside out and outside of Excel, creating output that varies according to conditions, manipulating dates and text, and automating repetitive tasks. If they intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist or Expert exam for Excel, this course will complete their coverage of all the objectives for both exams.

The course assumes students know how to use a computer, that they’re familiar with Microsoft Windows, and that they’ve taken the Level 1 and Level 2 courses or have equivalent introductory experience with Excel. The exercises are more detailed and complex than those in the previous levels

Chapter 1: Logical and Lookup Functions

  • Module A: Decision-making functions
  • Module B: Lookup and reference functions

Chapter 2: Advanced Formulas

  • Module A: Auditing and error-trapping
  • Module B: Formula options
  • Module C: Arrays

Chapter 3: Special functions

  • Module A: Date and time functions
  • Module B: Text functions
  • Module C: Other functions

Chapter 4: Importing and Exporting

  • Module A: The Power Pivot Data Model
  • Module B: Exporting data

Chapter 5: Analysis

  • Module A: What-if analysis
  • Module B: The Analysis Toolpak

Chapter 6: Macros and Forms

  • Module A: Recording macros
  • Module B: Running macros
  • Module C: Forms
Sep
26
Wed
Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
Sep 26 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Excel 2016 - Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Excel 2016 Level 2

Days of Training: 1

Excel 2016 Level 2 builds on the basic concepts and skills of our Level 1 course to provide more advanced tools for analysis and presentation of complex, realistic data in Microsoft Excel 2016: how to manage complex workbooks, build more complex functions, use data analysis tools, make an impact with powerful chart and presentation features, and collaborate with other users. Students will benefit most from this course if they want to use Excel 2016 to perform real-world tasks such as rearranging and presenting complex data. If they intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist or Expert exam for Excel, this course will continue their preparation, but they will need to continue on to the Level 3 course, particularly to prepare for the Expert exam.

The course assumes students know how to use a computer, that they’re familiar with Microsoft Windows, and that they’ve taken the Level 1 course or have equivalent introductory experience with Excel.

Chapter 1: Managing workbooks

  • Module A: Managing worksheets
  • Module B: Customizing Excel

Chapter 2: Named ranges

  • Module A: Using names in formulas

Chapter 3: Tables

  • Module A: Sorting
  • Module B: Filtering tables
  • Module C: Structured references
  • Module D: Validation
  • Module E: Transposing data

Chapter 4: Summarizing data

  • Module A: Consolidation
  • Module B: Subtotals

Chapter 5: PivotTables

  • Module A: Creating and formatting PivotTables
  • Module B: Manipulating PivotTables
  • Module C: PivotCharts

Chapter 6: Presentation features

  • Module A: Conditional formats
  • Module B: Custom Formats
  • Module C: Graphics

Chapter 7: Advanced charts

  • Module A: Special chart types
  • Module B: Sparklines
  • Module C: Quick Analysis

Chapter 8: Collaboration

  • Module A: Permissions
  • Module B: Shared workbooks
Oct
30
Tue
Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 3 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
Oct 30 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Excel 2016 - Level 3 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Excel 2016 Level 3

Days of Training: 1

Excel 2016 Level 3 builds on the concepts and skills of our Level 1 and Level 2 courses to provide advanced tools for solving real-world problems in Microsoft Excel 2016: lookup and decision-making functions, auditing and error-handling, array functions, date and text functions, importing and exporting, using Power Pivot and the Power Pivot Data Model, what-if-analysis, and macros. Students will benefit most from this course if they want to use Excel 2016 to perform real-world tasks such as handling and getting information from large amounts of data from sources inside out and outside of Excel, creating output that varies according to conditions, manipulating dates and text, and automating repetitive tasks. If they intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist or Expert exam for Excel, this course will complete their coverage of all the objectives for both exams.

The course assumes students know how to use a computer, that they’re familiar with Microsoft Windows, and that they’ve taken the Level 1 and Level 2 courses or have equivalent introductory experience with Excel. The exercises are more detailed and complex than those in the previous levels

Chapter 1: Logical and Lookup Functions

  • Module A: Decision-making functions
  • Module B: Lookup and reference functions

Chapter 2: Advanced Formulas

  • Module A: Auditing and error-trapping
  • Module B: Formula options
  • Module C: Arrays

Chapter 3: Special functions

  • Module A: Date and time functions
  • Module B: Text functions
  • Module C: Other functions

Chapter 4: Importing and Exporting

  • Module A: The Power Pivot Data Model
  • Module B: Exporting data

Chapter 5: Analysis

  • Module A: What-if analysis
  • Module B: The Analysis Toolpak

Chapter 6: Macros and Forms

  • Module A: Recording macros
  • Module B: Running macros
  • Module C: Forms