Full course description
Online Learning with a Real Live Instructor.
Join our online virtual classroom as easy as clicking a link from your email. Look for an email notification from ICCE Canvas (Big Blue Button or MS Teams) to attend the course.
E-book versions and/or handouts will be available for download.
Room: Virtual online
Day(s): Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Date(s): 08/29/2022- 09/02/2022
Time(s): 9:30 AM- 12:00 PM
Microsoft Excel 2019 Level 1 is the first and foundation class of a three-part series. The delivery method involves a online course with a LIVE instructor using Excel software. This course will be broken down to easy to learn 2-hour sessions per day.
Excel 2019 Level 1 provides the basic concepts and skills to start being productive with Microsoft Excel 2019: how to create, save, share, and print worksheets that contain various kinds of calculations and formatting. This course, and the two that come after, map to the objectives of the Microsoft Office Specialist and Expert exams for Excel 2019. Objective coverage is marked throughout the course.
Students will benefit most from this course if they want to accomplish basic workplace tasks in Excel 2019, or if they want to have a solid foundation for continuing on to become an Excel Expert. If they intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist or Expert exam for Excel, this course is a good place to start their preparation, but they will need to continue on to other courses in the series to be fully prepared for either exam.
The course assumes students know how to use a computer, and that they're familiar with Microsoft Windows. Suggested course: Computer Basics & Introduction to Microsoft Office.
Who should attend?
Office professionals, small business owners and anyone with no excel skills and/or experience, or who wants to improve their Excel skills.
Other Courses in the Series:
- Excel 2019: Level 2
- Excel 2019: Level 3
Chapter 1: Fundamentals
- Module A: Getting around
- Module B: Workbook basics
Chapter 2: Creating worksheets
- Module A: Entering data
- Module B: Formulas
- Module C: Functions
- Module D: Moving and copying data
- Module E: Reference types
Chapter 3: Formatting
- Module A: Text formatting
- Module B: Number formatting
- Module C: Alignment
- Module D: Borders and highlighting
- Module E: Styles and themes
Chapter 4: Manipulating data
- Module A: Data entry shortcuts
- Module B: Paste options
- Module C: Inserting, deleting, and hiding
Chapter 5: Charts
- Module A: Creating charts
- Module B: Chart types and elements
Chapter 6: Output
- Module A: Managing worksheet windows
- Module B: Printing worksheets
- Module C: Sharing workbooks
Chapter 7: Settings and templates
- Module A: Workbook options and properties
- Module B: Templates
For more information, contact IT Program Coordinator Liz Steacker at 813-259-6508 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.