Microsoft Office training -  Excel Introduction

Excel Training

Excel Introduction (1 day)

£295 + VAT for most venues (£395 + VAT for London)

For newcomers to Excel, this gentle one-day course will ease you into how spreadsheet formulae work, explain how you can format cells to look presentable, and show you how to print and even chart your work. 

Course details

  • Locations for Excel Introduction coursesLocations:Manchester
  • Next Excel Introduction course locationNext course:Mon 11 December 2017
  • Excel Introduction course timesTime:09.30-16.30

Course Contents

Creating formulae

  • Training topicEntering numbers, labels and dates
  • Training topicCreating Excel formulae
  • Training topicUsing the function wizard

Formatting worksheets

  • Training topicAdding rows/columns
  • Training topicFonts, colours, etc.
  • Training topicCell alignment
  • Training topicMerging cells


  • Training topicPage break preview
  • Training topicUsing page layout view
  • Training topicHeaders and footers
  • Training topicFreezing print titles


  • Training topicSelecting data
  • Training topicQuick ways to create charts
  • Training topicFormatting your chart
  • Training topicChart templates

Covered if time allows If time

Basic tables

  • Training topicCreating and naming tables
  • Training topicSorting tables
  • Training topicFiltering table data
  • Training topicTable styles and formatting

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Sample customer feedback

"Very useful."

Simon Haddock (Helix Trading Ltd)

"Very good course - feel a lot more confident using Excel now."

Joanne McGregor (Community Solutions Partnership Services Limited)

"Really enjoyed today thank you. Plenty of content and literature to take home."

Joanne Gay (Merchant Rentals Ltd)

"The course was very informative, the trainer was very friendly and helpful."

Christina Harvey (ABB Ltd)


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

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