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  • Excel - Now What?

    If you have some experience using Microsoft Excel and wonder what else you can do with it besides writing formulas, this class is for you  Topics include sorting your data, filtering it to display only the information you need, subtotaling it, grouping it, and summarizing it in a Pivot Table or Pivot Chart.  The class also covers viewing techniques to help you work more efficiently. The Community Education computers have Microsoft Office 2016 installed.
  • Excel Formulas & Functions

    This class is for those who have some experience using Microsoft Excel. Formulas and functions are covered in depth. The class also covers how to format your spreadsheet based on values within it. The Community Education computers have Microsoft Office 2016 installed.
  • Excel Macros

    This class is for those who use Microsoft Excel on a regular basis. If you find yourself daily/weekly/monthly making the same kinds of changes to your spreadsheets, it may be time to automate those tasks with macros. This class shows you how to “record” and make simple changes to a macro. It covers adding logic and “loops” to your macros to make you a more efficient Excel user. The Community Education computers have Microsoft Office 2016 installed. View the video below to learn more about Excel Macros.Excel Macros Video from Eden Prairie Community Education on Vimeo.
  • Intro to Excel

    This class is for those who are new to or struggling with Microsoft Excel. The class will cover making full use of Excel's built-in screen elements, as well as basic spreadsheet concepts: creating a spreadsheet, making basic changes, formatting it for emphasis or to make it attractive, and printing it. Familiarity with keyboard and mouse is a requirement. The Community Education computers have Microsoft Office 2016 installed.