This course is suitable for those who are currently using MS Excel on a regular basis but may not have attended formal training recently or may never have attended training. It is also the next step for those who have already completed Excel Level One and would like to explore further functionality available within MS Excel. You should have a good working knowledge of Excel before attending this training, if this is not the case, please complete the Excel Level One course prior to attending this Level Two programme.
The day will begin with an overview of some of the Level One topics. This will act as a recap for those who have already attended Level One, and will ensure that the experienced users who have not attended Level One become more aware of the use of Speed Keys etc. We will then cover some of the intermediate topics – working with and linking multiple worksheets, creating charts, managing lists (Sorting & AutoFilter) among some other options.
- Excel Basics (An Overview)
- Viewing and Modifying Worksheets
- Formulae and Functions
- Custom Lists
- Working with Multiple Worksheets
- Charts and Drawing Tools
- Database Features
- Working with Dates
It is 1-Day Programme and spaces are limited.
Member Fee €130
Non Member Fee €170
Please book online
For more information contact Cillian Griffey, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 061 360611
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Shannon Chamber Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
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