If you’re new to Excel, start here. This course introduces the concepts of cells, rows and columns, shows how to navigate Excel 2016 for Windows, and describes the basics of entering data and doing calculations.
The true power of Excel is its ability to perform calculations. This course explains how calculations work and introduces concepts such as formulas and relative and absolute cell references.
The formatting tools available in Excel that can make worksheets clean and easy to follow. Includes text wrapping, cell alignment, and formatting numbers and dates.
Copying and moving data in Excel is similar to how it works in Word, but there are some differences. This course focuses on features that are particular to Excel, including inserting cells, rows and columns and moving and deleting worksheets.
How to create and format charts in Excel.
This course covers the main things to know about printing in Excel. Includes selecting the print area, repeating rows and columns, adding headers and footers and fitting data onto a single page.
Sometimes it’s more efficient to use Excel and Word together than it is to use Word on its own. This course explains when and how, including when working with charts and tables.
An explanation of the tools available in Excel that make collaborating on an Excel file secure and efficient, including using comments, protecting files and hiding data.
Lawyers often have to deal with large sets of data when working on a litigation or transaction. This course covers the Excel features that make it easier to work with large data sets, including filtering and sorting data, freezing panes and splitting the window.
A PivotTable can be useful for summarizing and analyzing large sets of data. This course describes how to create and work with PivotTables.
A summary of common error messages in Excel and how to find and fix errors. Includes descriptions of #VALUE!, #######, #DIV/0!, #NULL!, #N/A, #NAME? and #REF!.
Tips and tricks to help you work more efficiently in Excel.