|Programme:||Microsoft Office IT Practical Workshops|
|Course:||Excel 2010: Charting Data|
By the end of this session, you will understand how to use Excel to create a number of different charts for comparing different sets of data, predicting trends, representing percentages and displaying stock figures or confidence intervals. This course assumes a basic understanding of how to create and format a simple chart.
These IT sessions flip traditional training on its head by presenting learners with the problem to be solved and encouraging them to use their prior experience, real-world problem solving tools like Google and in-application Help programs, and their fellow students or colleagues to find the solution. We all learn best by ‘doing’ and these sessions provide a structured environment in which we help you find the best solutions yourself, rather than walking you through the ‘right answer’.
The workshops are all held in ALD.LG.01B (The Amber Room) and we request that you kindly refrain from eating and drinking in this room.
Please ensure you bring your LSE ID with you as you may be asked to show it at reception.
Some experience with Excel charts.
See Microsoft's quick guide Create a chart.
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