## Overview

What does the course cover?

This course introduces you to the power of Microsoft Excel starting from the beginning. You’ll learn how to open and close files, how to enter formula into a cell, build basic charts and format a spreadsheet. You’ll learn how to use the most important features of Excel.

## Aims

Why take this course?

If you’re new to Excel 2013 or are going to be using Excel in the future, you’ll need to understand the fundamentals. This course will provide you with a solid platform from which you can learn. By completing this course, you’ll save yourself a lot of time when using Excel.

## Audience

Who should attend?

Anyone needing to learn how to use Excel 2013 or those familiar with other spreadsheet programs but new to Microsoft Excel, or anyone who has not used the product for a period of time. If you’re about to start a new role, or are looking for a new position, this course is ideal.

## Course preview

Each course contains high quality, professional, Live demo’s, Downloadable exercise files and Real-world templates for you to use.## Course detail and sample lessons

### Section 1: Introduction To Excel

### Section 2: Inserting Data

### Section 3: Rows, Columns & Sheets

### Section 4: AutoFill

### Section 5: Sorts & Filters

### Section 6: Introduction to Formula

### Section 7: Page Layout and Printing

### Section 8: Basic File Options

## Skills you’ll learn

What you’ll be able to do after the course

- Start Excel and understand key terminology
- Navigate your way around a spreadsheet
- Open, Save and Close workbooks
- Select cells, rows and columns
- Build simple formulas
- Sort and organize data
- Import data from other applications
- Perform “what-if” analysis

## How you can apply these skills

What you’ll be able to use these skills for

- Create a wide range of powerful spreadsheets
- Calculate expenses
- Design budgets
- Create invoices
- Perform sales analysis
- Create and enhance interesting charts
- Print and export into presentations
- Use Excel to complete previously manual tasks