What is being offered to enhance my Excel skills?
EdTech Training is offering Excel 2010 Open Lab sessions on Central Campus, starting the first week of March. This open lab format series enables the completion of the Excel 2010 Step-by-Step book chapters, accessible in the campus library. Other Step-by-Step books available in the library are Access 2010, Outlook 2010, Word 2010, and PowerPoint 2010. These books are available only for employee checkout. The Step-by-Step books are extremely user-friendly. The chapter details include specific practice exercises one step at a time with screen shots. The exercise files are for the books are located at P:_TPDStep by Step Files in the San Jac network. The sessions detailed below are accessible for registration in Avatar scheduling system.
Excel 2010 Workshop Series:
Week 1 – Setting-Up a Workbook & Working with Data and Excel Tables – chapters 1-2
Week 2 – Performing Calculations on Data & Changing Workbook Appearance – chapters 3-4
Week 3 – Focusing on Specific Data by Filters & Reordering and Summarizing Data – chapters 5-6
Week 4 – Combining Data from Multiple Sources & Analyzing Alternative Data Sets – chapters 7-8
Week 5 – Creating Dynamic Worksheets by Using PivotTables & Creating Charts and Graphics – chapters 9-10
Week 6 – Printing & Automating Repetitive Tasks by Using Macros – chapters 11-12
Week 7 – Working with Other Microsoft Office Programs & Collaborating with Colleagues – chapters 13-14
Week 8 – Working with Other Users – review of the series materials and get assistance with specific projects
Excel 2010 Training Sessions:
What happens if I am unable to attend all of the sessions in the workshop series?
The series is can be approached as individual, self-paced workshops. You are welcome to attend the specific sessions that cover chapters that you would like some additional assistance with the exercises. Attendance will be marked for each week of the series and certificates can be printed in Avatar.
Is there a way to request training for a specific group, date/time, or topic?
Yes. EdTech Training offers Training by Request.