Microsoft Excel 2010


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Microsoft Excel 2010

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  • Course contents: Foundation

    • Starting Out: What is Microsoft Office Excel 2010? • What’s New in Excel 2010? • Opening Excel • Interacting with Excel • Closing Excel
    • About Workbooks: Creating a New Workbook • Opening a Workbook • Saving a Workbook • About Excel File Types • Closing a Workbook
    • Exploring your Workbook: Using Worksheets • The Active Cell • Selecting Cells • Exploring a Worksheet • Using Zoom
    • Getting Help with Excel: Opening Help • Using the Help Screen • The Help Toolbar • Searching for Help • Online Help vs. Offline Help • Using the Table of Contents • Getting Help in a Dialog Box
    • The Quick Access Toolbar and File Menu: The Default QAT Commands • Adding Commands • Removing Commands • Customizing the Toolbar • Using the File (Backstage) Menu
    • The Home Tab: Understanding Tabs and Groups • Clipboard Commands • Font Commands • Alignment Commands • Number Commands • Styles Commands • Cells Commands • Editing Commands
    • The Insert Tab: Tables Commands • Illustrations Commands • Charts Commands • Sparklines Commands • Filter Commands • Links Commands • Text Commands • Symbol Commands
    • The Page Layout Tab: Themes Commands • Page Setup Commands • Scale to Fit Commands • Sheet Options Commands • Arrange Commands
    • The Formulas Tab: The Functions Library • Defined Names Commands • Formula Auditing Commands • Calculation Commands
    • The Data Tab: Get External Data Commands • Connections Commands • Sort and Filter Commands • Data Tools Commands • Outline Commands
    • The Review Tab: Proofing Commands • Language Commands • Comments Commands • Changes Commands
    • Working with Excel: Columns, Rows, Cells, and Ranges • Creating Worksheet Labels • Entering and Deleting Data • Printing your Worksheet
    • Basic Excel Features: AutoFill • AutoSum • AutoComplete • Working with Basic Formulae
    • Moving your Data: Dragging and Dropping Cells • How to Cut, Copy, and Paste Cells • How to Cut, Copy, and Paste Multiple Cells • Using the Clipboard • Using Paste Special • Inserting and Deleting Cells, Rows, and Columns • Using Undo, Redo, and Repeat
    • Custom Actions and Options Buttons: What are Custom Actions? • Setting Custom Action Options • The Error Option Button • The AutoFill Option Button • The Paste Option Button
    • Editing Tools: Using AutoCorrect • Using Spell Check • Using Find and Replace • Adding Comments
    • Modifying Cells and Data: Changing the Size of Rows or Columns • Adjusting Cell Alignment • Rotating Text • Creating Custom Number and Date Formats
    • Cell Formatting: Conditional Formatting • The Format Painter • Cell Merging and AutoFit • Find and Replace Formatting
    • Enhancing a Worksheet’s Appearance: Adding Patterns and Colors • Adding Borders • Working with Styles • Working with Themes
    • Working with Charts, Part 1: Creating a Chart • Styling Charts with the Design Tab • Modifying Charts with the Layout Tab • Additional Styling with the Format Tab • Manipulating a Chart
    • Working with Charts, Part 2: Changing the Type of Chart • Changing the Source Data • Working with the Chart Axes and Data Series • Saving a Chart as a Template • Absolute and Relative Cell References
    • Using the View Tab: Using Normal View • Using Full Screen View • Using Page Layout View • Page Break Preview
    • Managing a Single Window: Creating a New Window • Hiding a Window • Unhiding a Window • Freezing a Pane • Splitting a Worksheet
    • Managing Multiple Windows: Switching Between Open Workbooks • Arranging Workbooks • Comparing Workbooks Side by Side • Synchronous Scrolling and Resetting a Window • Saving a Workspace
    • Printing your Workbook: Print Commands • Print Preview • Using Basic Print Options • Other Print Options • Setting Printer Properties
    • Index

    Course contents: Intermediate

    • Using Windows Explorer within Excel: Navigating using Windows Explorer • Performing Basic Tasks with Windows Explorer • Using Views with Windows Explorer • Using the Windows Explorer Navigation Pane
    • Saving your Files: Using AutoRecover • Publishing to PDF or XPS • Protecting an Entire Workbook • Protecting the Current Sheet • Opening and Converting Files in XLS Format • Saving Spreadsheets in XLS Format
    • Using File Management Tools, Part One: Marking a Workbook as Final • Encrypting a Workbook • Digitally Signing a Workbook • Managing File Properties • Managing Versions
    • Using File Management Tools, Part Two: Viewing a Summary of Sharing Issues • Using the Document Inspector • Using the Accessibility Checker • Using the Compatibility Checker • Setting Compatibility Options
    • Using Formulas in Excel, Part 1: Understanding Relative and Absolute Cell References • Understanding Basic Mathematical Operators • Using Formulas with Multiple Cell References • Understanding the Formula Auditing Buttons
    • Using Formulas in Excel, Part 2: Fixing Formula Errors • Modifying Error Checking Options • Displaying and Printing Formulas
    • Exploring Excel Functions: What are Functions? • Finding the Right Functions • Inserting Functions • Some Useful and Simple Functions
    • Using Functions in Excel: Using the IF Function • Working with Nested Functions • Breaking up Complex Formulas • Using Functions and AutoFill to Perform Difficult Calculations
    • Working with Names and Ranges: What are Range Names? • Defining and Using Range Names • Defined Names Commands • Selecting Nonadjacent Ranges • Using AutoCalculate
    • Working with Array Formulas: What are Array Formulas? • Defining Basic Array Formulas • Using Functions within Array Formulas • Using the IF Function in Array Formulas
    • Working with Tables: What is a Table? • Creating Tables • Modifying Tables • Using the Table Tools – Design Tab • Adding a Total Row
    • Working with Records and Fields: What are Records and Fields? • Adding Fields by Inserting Columns • Adding Records by Inserting Rows • Quickly Adding Records to a Data Table • Deleting Records or Fields • Cleaning up Duplicate Records
    • Working with Tables and Filters: Sorting Data in a Table • What is an AutoFilter? • Creating a Custom AutoFilter • Using an Advanced Filter • Using an Advanced Filter with Logical Statements • Copying Filtered Records
    • Using Excel as a Database: Filtering with Wildcard Characters • Validating your Data • Data Validation using Lists • Data Validation using Formulas • Using Database Functions
    • Research Tools: Checking Spelling • Using the Research Pane • Using the Thesaurus • Using the Translator • Setting your Language
    • Using Themes: Changing the Theme • Customizing Theme Colors • Customizing Theme Fonts • Customizing Theme Effects • Managing Theme Files
    • Adding Text Boxes: Drawing a Text Box • Using the Drawing Tools – Format Tab • Common Text Box Editing Tasks • Inserting WordArt • Common WordArt Editing Tasks
    • Inserting Pictures and ClipArt: Adding a Picture from a File • Adding Clip Art • Adding a Screenshot • Overview of the Picture Tools – Format Tab • Overview of the Pictures Mini Toolbar
    • Editing Pictures: Resizing Pictures • Moving Pictures • Cropping Pictures • Rotating and Flipping Pictures • Using the Format Picture Dialog
    • Inserting SmartArt: Inserting SmartArt • Adding Text • Adding Photos • About the SmartArt Tools Tabs • Editing SmartArt
    • Formatting SmartArt: Changing the Layout • Changing the Color Scheme • Changing the Style Scheme • Resetting the Graphic • Converting the Graphic
    • Adding Symbols, Equations, and Shapes: Inserting a Symbol or Special Character • Inserting an Equation • Using the Equation Tools – Design Tab • Drawing Shapes • Common Shape Editing Tasks
    • Adding Sparklines: What are Sparklines? • Adding Sparklines • About the Sparkline Tools Tab • Editing Sparkline Data • Removing Sparklines
    • Editing Sparklines: Showing and Hiding Data • Changing the Style • Changing the Sparkline and Marker Color • Setting Sparkline Options
    • Index

    Course contents: Advanced

    • Outlining and Grouping Data: Using Automatic Outlining • Displaying and Collapsing Levels • Grouping Data Manually • Creating Subtotals
    • Exploring Scenarios: What is a Scenario? • Creating a Scenario • Saving Multiple Scenarios • Merging Scenarios • Creating a Scenario Summary Report
    • Using Data Analysis Tools: Enabling Data Analysis Tools • An Overview of Excel’s Analysis Tools • An Overview of the Available Add-In Tools • Using a One or Two Input Data Table • Using Goal Seek
    • Using Solver: Setting up a Worksheet for Solver • Running Solver • Generating Reports and Scenarios with Solver • Changing Solver Values • Managing Solver Constraints • Choosing a Solving Method • Using Solver as a Goal Seek Tool
    • Excel and Hyperlinks: What is a Hyperlink? • Inserting Hyperlinks • Editing Hyperlinks • Formatting Hyperlinks
    • Getting Started with PivotTables: What is a PivotTable? • Creating a PivotTable • Using the PivotTable Tools Tabs • Adding and Removing Data with the Field List • Changing the Field List Layout • Pivoting Data
    • Working with PivotTable Data: Expanding and Collapsing Data • Filtering Data • Sorting Data • Grouping Data • Refreshing Data • Editing the Data Source
    • Formatting a PivotTable: Modifying Fields and Labels • Modifying Values • Using the Layout Group on the Design Tab • Applying a Style to a PivotTable • Changing PivotTable Style Options • Manually Formatting a PivotTable • Using the PivotTable Options Dialog
    • Using the Classic PivotTable Layout: Creating an Empty (Classic) PivotTable Frame • Switching an Existing PivotTable to a Classic Layout • Adding Data • Pivoting Data
    • Advanced PivotTable Tasks: Creating a PivotTable Based on External Data • Refreshing External Data • Creating a Slicer • Using the Slicer Tools Tab
    • Using PowerPivot: System Requirements • Downloading and Installing PowerPivot • Importing Access Data • Importing Excel Data • Integrating Data with Relationships • Creating a PivotTable with PowerPivot Data
    • Getting Started with PivotCharts: Creating a PivotChart from Scratch • Creating a PivotChart from Existing Data • Adding Data to your Chart • Pivoting Data
    • Using the PivotChart Tools Tabs: Using the Design Tab • Using the Layout Tab • Using the Format Tab • Using the Analyze Tab
    • Formatting a PivotChart: Renaming Fields • Changing the Chart Type • Applying a Chart Style • Manually Formatting Chart Elements • Changing the Layout of Chart Elements
    • Advanced PivotChart Tasks: Creating a PivotChart Based on External Data • Creating a Slicer • Creating a PivotTable and PivotChart from a Scenario • Creating PivotCharts with PowerPivot Data
    • Using Advanced Functions: Using the PMT Function • Using the FV Function • Understanding Logical Functions • Using Logical Functions • Using IFERROR with Array Formulas
    • Using the VLOOKUP Function: Understanding VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP • Using VLOOKUP to Find Data • How to Find an Exact Match with VLOOKUP • Finding an Approximate Match with VLOOKUP • Using VLOOKUP as an Array Formula
    • Using Custom AutoFill Lists: What is an AutoFill List? • Creating a Custom AutoFill List • Using a Custom AutoFill List • Modifying a Custom AutoFill List • Deleting a Custom AutoFill List
    • Linking, Consolidating, and Combining Data: Linking Workbooks • Consolidating Workbooks • Combining Worksheets • Pivoting Consolidated Data
    • Creating a Basic Macro: Recording a Macro • Editing a Macro • Running a Macro • Understanding Macro Security
    • Visual Basic and Macros: Opening the Visual Basic Editor • Understanding the Visual Basic Editor • Adding Code to your Macro • Adding Comments to Visual Basic Code
    • More Macro Tasks: What are Relative References? • Recording a Relative Reference Macro • Running a Relative Reference Macro • Assigning a Keyboard Shortcut to a Macro • Copying a Macro from a Workbook or Template
    • Advanced Visual Basic Tasks: Declaring Variables • Iteration over a Range • Prompting for User Input • Using If, Then, and Else Statements
    • Index