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Excel Advanced - Online

ID: CESDS-685

In this course, you will work with multiple worksheets, use LOOKUP functions and formula auditing, share and protect workbooks, automate workbook functionality with data validation and macros, create spark lines and map data, and work with data tables, scenarios, goal seek, and forecasting data trends. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and the ability to navigate the Internet, websites, and email.

  • Total Hours: 12.00
  • CEUs: 1.20
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Excel, Intermediate - Online

ID: CESDS-683

Learn specialized functions, like IF, COUNTIF and DSUM and how to effectively analyze, sort, filter data, create outlines, subtotals, range names, and work with tables. Display data more visually in charts, Pivot tables and charts and work with slicers and templates. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and the ability to navigate the Internet, websites, and email.

  • Total Hours: 12.00
  • CEUs: 1.20
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Excel, Introduction - Online

ID: CESDS-682

Learn how to create effective and efficient worksheets using formulas, common functions, formatting, and printing. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and the ability to navigate the Internet, websites, and email.

  • Total Hours: 12.00
  • CEUs: 1.20
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Outlook, Introduction - Online

ID: CESCH-721

Make the most of your email communications. Learn to work with contacts and distribution lists. Find out how Outlook tasks can help with organization, and use the Outlook calendar to keep up with your busy schedule. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and the ability to navigate the Internet, websites, and email.

  • Total Hours: 12.00
  • CEUs: 1.20
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