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Excel 2013/2016 - Level 1

Being able to create tables and manage the tables’ calculations, formatting and page layout. The new Office interface, Using the File tab (“Backstage”). Managing the Quick Access Toolbar. New tricks and techniques. One window per workbook...

Being able to create tables and manage the tables' calculations, formatting and page layout.

  • The environment
  • Calculate
  • Formatting
  • Charts
  • Page setup and printing
  • Databases
  • Tips and tricks
  • Exercises

This course is addressed to anyone who wishes to learn how to create and manage electronic tables. Whether for statistics or accountability, MS Excel is the table manager by excellence

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