Microsoft Excel 2010: Level 1
Excel can help you organize, calculate, analyze, revise, update, and present your data in ways that will help the decision makers in your organization steer you in the right direction. Of course, knowing exactly how to ask Excel the questions that you need answered, which questions you can even ask, and how to interpret the answers Excel gives is necessary before you can even begin to embark on the journey ahead. This course aims to provide you with the foundation Excel knowledge and skills necessary to begin that journey.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to create and develop Excel worksheets and workbooks in order to work with and analyze the data that is critical to the success of your organization.
- Get started with Microsoft Office Excel 2010.
- Perform calculations.
- Modify a worksheet.
- Format a worksheet.
- Print workbooks.
- Manage workbooks
Lesson 1: Getting Started with Microsoft Office Excel 2010
Topic A: Navigate the Excel User Interface
Topic B: Use Excel Commands
Topic C: Create and Save a Basic Workbook
Topic D: Enter Cell Data
Topic E: Use Excel Help
Lesson 2: Performing Calculations
Topic A: Create Worksheet Formulas
Topic B: Insert Functions
Topic C: Reuse Formulas
Lesson 3: Modifying a Worksheet
Topic A: Insert, Delete, and Adjust Cells, Columns, and Rows
Topic B: Search for and Replace Data
Topic C: Use Proofing and Research Tools
Lesson 4: Formatting a Worksheet
Topic A: Modify Fonts
Topic B: Add Borders and Colors to Worksheets
Topic C: Apply Number Formats
Topic D: Align Cell Contents
Topic E: Apply Styles and Themes
Topic F: Apply Basic Conditional Formatting
Topic G: Create and Use Templates
Lesson 5: Printing Workbooks
Topic A: Preview and Print a Workbook
Topic B: Define the Page Layout
Lesson 6: Managing Workbooks
Topic A: Manage Worksheets
Topic B: Manage Workbook and Worksheet Views
Topic C: Manage Workbook Properties
To ensure success, students will need to be familiar with using personal computers and should have
experience using a keyboard and mouse. Students should be comfortable in the Windows® 7 environment, and be
able to use Windows 7 to manage information on their computers. Specific tasks the students should be able to
perform include: launching and closing applications, navigating basic file structures, and managing files and folders. To
meet this prerequisite, you can take any one or more of the following Logical Operations courses:
- Microsoft® Office Windows® 7: Level 1
- An introduction to PCs course