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The Excel Tips and Tricks mini course is a one hour free online session to review some commonly used commands. We will review the interface and introduce the Contextual ribbons, Quick Access toolbar, as well as show some of the common keyboard commands. We will also demonstrate how to create a simple formula, patch 2 cells into a single cell, and use the fill handle to copy the formula. Some of the common formatting features reviewed include the Currency method, Accounting method, use of the Font ribbon group, rotate a label, and Merge and Center. We will also define the printing area, scale the spreadsheet for printing, and repeat titles on every page.
LiveOnline training will allow you to take the class from your home or office computer. As you watch the instructor demonstrate a concept, you will then have the opportunity to try it out on your computer. A duel monitor is recommended, but two computers will also work (instructor's monitor on one computer and you practice the concept on the other computer.) A single monitor will work, as well, but you will need to minimize the screen to experiment with the concept.
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About Excel Networks The owner of Excel Networks is Jeff Hutchinson. He is a computer instructor teaching a variety of classes around the country. He has a BS degree from BYU in Computer Aided Engineering and has worked in the Information Technology field supporting and maintaining computers for many years. He first became a network engineer as networks became a key component in the computing industry. He then supported a number of systems such as Novell, Unix, and Microsoft operating systems. Jeff has also worked for a variety of companies such as Ford Aerospace, Loral Space Systems, Cisco, and ExecuTrain (a national computer training company). He also previously owned a computer training and consulting firm in San Francisco, California. After selling his business in 2001, Jeff has worked as a computer applications instructor teaching a variety of classes in the following areas: