Join Curt Frye for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Excel for Mac Essential Training (Office 365).
- [Instructor] Thanks again for joining me in this course. Before we get started I'd like to give you an overview of what you should know to get the most out of this course. First is that you should know how to create and manage files. I assume that you're able to do so, opening sample files and so on. Also, I assume that you are familiar with using the command, control, shift and option keys to control programs. A lot of the techniques I show you in this movie, you use keyboard shortcuts and knowing how to use those keys will help.
Also, I hope that you can select files and other items using clicks and control clicks. And finally, I hope that you will be patient and inquisitive. Excel is powerful program with many different capabilities. Don't worry if you don't get something the first time. You can always rewind the video and watch it again so that you can be sure to learn exactly what you need.
- Creating workbooks
- Manipulating cell data
- Using core functions and formulas
- Formatting worksheet elements
- Creating PivotTables
- Collaborating with others
- Working with charts
- Adding images and shapes
- Saving workbooks
- Printing files
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Excel
2. Manage Workbooks
3. Work with Worksheets, Cells, and Cell Data
4. Sort, Filter, and Manage Worksheets
5. Summarize Data Using Formulas and Functions
6. Format Worksheet Elements
7. Work with Charts
8. Work with External Data and Objects
9. Explore PivotTables
10. Review and Share Your Spreadsheets
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