Microsoft Excel 2013
Whether it is in the business world, in government or in non-government organisations, Microsoft Excel has been the staple computer spreadsheet application. It is used to create organised databases, perform fundamental statistical analyses, and aid in presentation of data through graphs and charts. Because of the benefits this application brings, proper and efficient use of Microsoft Excel is essential to students, entry-level employees, and even management personnel.
In taking this course, students will be able to learn how to make use of Microsoft Excel effectively. Students shall be able to: (1) use the basic features of Microsoft Excel; (2) present data through the spreadsheet application; (3) utilise the statistical and computational features of the program; (4) present data using visual avenues such as graphs and charts; and (5) utilise Microsoft Excel along with other applications, such as Microsoft Word and Access.
This interactive course is suitable for entry-level to intermediatte learners of Microsoft Excel. Students will learn the basic operations of the program as well as more advanced features such as statistical computations and data presentation. Students who shall take this course will surely be able to fully utilise the features offered by Microsoft Excel in their studies and in their professional lives.
- Unit 1 : Introduction to Microsoft Excel
- Unit 2 : File menu and toolbar
- Unit 2 : Microsoft Excel workbook
- Unit 4 : Themes and Format
- Unit 5 : Entering Data for Excel
- Unit 6 : Rows and Columns
- Unit 7 : Updated 2013 features