Join us in this class to learn about storing your data online where you can always access it through an internet connection. We’ll discuss definitions, benefits and drawbacks, take a look at future storage possibilities, compare 5 cloud storage companies, and open a ‘One Drive’ or ‘Google Drive Account’.
Continued discussion of Cloud Computing and practice using cloud storage accounts.
In Part 1 you will learn the basics of spreadsheets: adding, removing, and resizing rows and columns, adding and moving worksheets, navigating a worksheet, and adding, moving, and copying data. You will also learn how to fill your spreadsheet with useful series that will save you time and effort, and how to make your spreadsheets visually appealing.
In part 2 we will build on the basics with more advanced tools. You will learn how to freeze portions of your worksheet, protect a worksheet, sort and filter records, and subtotal your data.
Writing formulas in Excel can be challenging and exciting! In this class you will learn the basic structures of formulas and discover ways to use them in everyday life.
Charts are all about making your data more visually appealing. Join us in this class to learn how to create and work with them.
Pivot tables and pivot charts are tools that allow you to turn the data in selected columns and rows in a spreadsheet to view it from different perspectives and obtain a desired report. They make data manageable and flexible. Join us to learn how to create and use them.
When you need a user-friendly data input process, create an Excel form. With forms you can restrict user choices, protect data, and prevent changes. Macors will save you time by automating common, repetitive tasks in Excel. Join us to discover the tools for creating manageable forms and simple macros.
Now that you’re familiar with Excel, join us for this tips and tricks class to discover shortcuts and tips that will make you a faster and more efficient user.
Open Lab is a great time to get answers to your questions, help on projects, or practice what you have learned.