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Programme: IT Practical Workshops: Microsoft Office & Web Design
Course: Excel 3: Essential Functions
Description:

This workshop is ideal for anyone who needs to use Excel functions to do a number of calculations, such as quickly adding up columns of numbers and calculating averages. The session also contains additional formatting, calculation and troubleshooting techniques. By the end of this session you will understand how to:

  • find the maximum and minimum value in a range
  • perform basic logical tests
  • understand how to fix errors
  • use automatic formatting
  • use statistical functions

Our IT Practical workshops flip traditional training on its head by presenting learners with a problem to be solved and encouraging them to use their prior experience, web searches, in-application Help programs, and their fellow students or colleagues to find the solutions. 

This workshop uses the Office 365 version of Excel for Windows. Computers are provided.

The workshops are all held in ALD.3.02F (The Amber Miro Room). Please allow 10 minutes travel time if you are walking from the New Academic Building or Library, and 5 minutes from Old Building or the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.

Please note: these workshops have a limited capacity. If you have a confirmed place, please be on time.

If you are on the waiting list we invite you to show up as well, as five minutes after the course starts any unclaimed places will be given to people on the waiting list. 

If you are unable to attend please ensure you cancel your place.

 

Prerequisites:

Before booking this workshop, please ensure that you have attended the following workshops: 

  1. Excel: Calculated Worksheets
  2. Excel: Numeric Calculations
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