Microsoft Office training -  Excel Introduction

Excel Training

Excel Beginners Training Course

£245 + VAT for most venues (£345 + VAT for London)

1 day

This one-day course provides the perfect introduction to Microsoft's popular spreadsheet application.  You'll learn how to create formulae, make your worksheets look pretty, create charts and print out your work.  Take the fear-factor out of Excel, and enjoy lunch in a local restaurant at the same time!

Course details

  • Locations for Excel Introduction coursesLocations:Manchester, London
  • Next Excel Introduction course locationNext course:Tue 24 July 2018
  • Excel Introduction course timesTime:09.30-16.30

Course Contents

Excel basics

  • Training topicNumbers, text and dates
  • Training topicMoving around
  • Training topicSelecting cells
  • Training topicWorking with files
  • Training topicMoving and copying

Creating formulae

  • Training topicUnderstanding BODMAS and brackets
  • Training topicAutoSum (totals and other functions)
  • Training topicUsing the function wizard

Formatting worksheets

  • Training topicInserting/deleting rows/columns
  • Training topicFonts, colours and alignment
  • Training topicBoxes, lines and shading
  • Training topicSimple number formats
  • Training topicUsing the Format Painter

Basic printing

  • Training topicUsing print preview
  • Training topicMargins and orientation
  • Training topicScaling (fitting to a page)
  • Training topicPrinting the selected cells

Charts

  • Training topicSelecting data
  • Training topicQuick ways to create charts
  • Training topicChanging the chart type
  • Training topicFormatting and printing charts

Worksheets

  • Training topicInserting/deleting sheets
  • Training topicMoving and copying sheets
  • Training topicMoving between sheets
  • Training topicLinking sheets with formulae

Covered if time allows If time

Cell comments

  • Training topicAdding and editing comments
  • Training topicPrinting comments

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Sample customer feedback

"Flexibility of trainer, offering to stay late, was great."

Arron Bhandal (ReAssure UK Services Limited)

"Excellent materials, engaging trainer, comfortable venue, very thorough content moved at a good pace, local, good price and not too many days away from office."

Hannah Newton-Roberts (Edmundson Electrical Ltd)

"Exceptional knowledge of product - very engaging and trainer took time to ensure everyone was on the journey together."

Simon Mills (South Yorkshire Local Transport Plan)

"Course was very beneficial and I have gained a lot from it."

Michael Millar (Booker Cash & Carry)

"Really good course. Plenty covered and excellent resources/manuals. Delivered at a good pace. Cheers."

Neil Keen (Devon County Council)

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You should not attend this course if you're not already comfortable using Windows. The course uses Excel 2016, although the course will also be relevant for those using Excel 2007, 2010 or 2013.

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Excel exercises

Excel exercises

We've published all of our Microsoft Excel exercises online, so you can see whether you like our approach before booking an introductory Excel course (or any other, for that matter).

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Excel videos

Excel videos

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Excel skills assessment

Excel skills assessment

Find out how much you know (and how much you don't) by taking one of our Excel skills assessment tests online.

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Excel blogs

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