Microsoft Excel Level 1: Formatting, Filters and Functions

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Microsoft Excel is a powerful tool essential for managing and presenting work-related data. Level 1 is designed to build on your basic knowledge of MS-Excel. Participants will learn how to prepare data for use in formulas, sort, filter, and use the function dialog box. Participants will create formulas, audit formulas, and use functions from multiple categories in the MS Excel Function Library.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Introduction to spreadsheets
  • Navigating Excel
  • Formatting font, cells, and data
  • Conditional formatting
  • Sorting and filtering data
  • Basic formula syntax and mathematical operators in excel
  • Cell references in formulas
  • Using the function dialogue box (i.e. SUM, AVERAGE)
  • Printing and saving workbooks

This course is part of the Mastering Microsoft Excel Program. 

This course assumes some knowledge of the MS Excel interface, familiarity with another spreadsheet program, or experience using other MS Office products. 

Please use the Microsoft Excel Placement Self-Assessment to determine which level you should begin with.

NOTE: This is an interactive session. Participants must have Microsoft Excel 2016, Microsoft Excel 365, (or compatible version) installed on their laptop. 

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This course qualifies as credits toward the International Association of Business Communicators' (IABC) professional certifications.

When applying to sit for either the exam for Communications Management Professional (CMP)(R) or Strategic Communication Management Professional (SCMP)(R) or to apply for recertification, Gardiner Centre courses can be an integral part of your application package.

To learn more about this global standard certification, visit: gcccouncil.org. To inquire about sitting for a certification exam, contact the local IABC NL chapter at iabcnl@gmail.com, or visit: iabcnl.com.

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This course qualifies for Professional Development Units (PDUs) as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Each course has a specific qualifying factor for PDUs. See the table below for a specific PDU breakdown for this Gardiner Center program.

To learn more about PDUs and how to apply these credits to your active credential please see www.pmi.org.

Talent Triangle Allocations

Qualifying PDU Hours

Ways of Working

 7.0

Power Skills

 0

Business Acumen

 0

TOTAL

 7.0

Continuing Education Contact Hours: 7 

 


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