Fundamentals of Excel (Non-Interactive)

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Microsoft Excel is a formidable tool essentially for interpreting, managing, and presenting information, not only in today’s business environment, but also one’s personal lives. This course is designed for individuals who are interested in learning the fundamentals needed to create and edit spreadsheets using Microsoft Office Excel. This course is also intended for those who wish be more fluent in office environments. In this course, you will learn to enter data in the most efficient way. You gain the knowledge and skills to produce and edit worksheets, use functions and formulas, use shortcuts and become efficient, sort and filter data, and present summary information in a professional format.

At the end of this course, one will be able to perform the following:

  • Create a spreadsheet from scratch
  • Format text & numbers
  • Learn shortcuts & tips to promote efficiency
  • Present data visually using charts
  • Perform basic calculations

Please download the attached documents that are provided throughout the course as they are very helpful references.

Course Features

  • Lectures 17
  • Quizzes 11
  • Duration 20 hours
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 1
  • Assessments Yes

Devaughn Fraser is a professional financial consultant and analyst who was born and raised in Nassau, Bahamas. He graduated Cum Laude at Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) where he obtained a Bachelor’s of Science in both Finance and Marketing with a minor in Economics. At IWU, Fraser engaged in various business seminars, which inspired him to promote financial literacy and wellness among his peers and colleagues. 
After completing his undergraduate studies, Fraser accepted a job in Columbus, Ohio as a Risk Compliance Analyst where he focused on anti-money laundering, terrorist, fraud, and human trafficking investigations. His advisors on the job regarded him as a bright and adaptable professional who took “extreme ownership in regards to learning procedures.” He was also described as an individual who “possessed uncanny abilities to efficiently learn new skills in order to effect significant progress.” 
Later, feeling called to make a contribution to his native homeland, Fraser moved back to Nassau and began working where he presently serves as a Revenue Analyst. Fraser recently became a certified revenue manager via Cornell University and is currently working toward achieving higher education.
Fraser believes that financial decisions can be one of most critical choices individuals make as it is integral to our everyday lives. He makes a point to share important lessons regarding financial wellness to others with the hope that it cannot only lead to a better quality of life for those individuals, but subsequently, a better quality of life for the nation. Fraser considers that the idea of continually learning and developing as an individual is critical to the standard of not only one’s own life but also the society which one dwells.

$ 49.99 $ 29.99

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