In-House Computer Training Available!
Have a large group that needs this Excel training? We can bring this course to you!
For more information, call Wendy Allard at 848-932-7651 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We Offer Several Levels of Excel Training Courses!
Please visit our Computer Classes page for all upcoming course offerings.
This Excel training workshop is designed for students looking to go beyond the basic features of Microsoft Office Excel and master more challenging skills.
Attendees will learn how to create and manage large workbooks by building on the basic skills covered in Excel 1 classes (creating, editing, and saving spreadsheets).
Upon successful completion of this Microsoft Excel training course, students will be able to:
- Hide and unhide rows and columns
- Freeze and unfreeze panes
- Learn "If" statements
- Work with average, minimum, maximum and count functions
- Create hyperlinks and tables of contents
- Create and format tables and charts
Students will also learn some timesaving tips and shortcuts to work more quickly and efficiently, and the instructor will set aside time to answer specific questions.
Computers will be provided for hands-on learning. Students will complete instructor-led practice exercises to reinforce new skills.
Note: Most of the skills taught in this class are applicable to 2010, 2013 and 2016 versions of Excel. Windows operating system is used for instruction in all Microsoft Office workshops. A NET ID is required to login into the computers for this course. Rutgers Employees must bring their NET ID and password to class. Non-affiliated participants should contact Wendy Allard at email@example.com to obtain a Rutgers NET ID.
Prerequisite: Excel Level 1 Training or equivalent experience
Want to read more about what you'll learn in Excel Level 2 training? Click to view a detailed course agenda.
- Creating Multiple Lines within a Cell
- Formatting Numbers
- Creating Descriptive Statistics
- Using the Sum function
- Using the Average function
- Using the Minimum and Maximum functions
- Using Count function and its modifications
- Using the Function Wizard
- Using What If analysis
- Creating worksheets with relative and absolute formulas
- Inputting Data in Percentage Format
- Creating Summary Worksheets
- Referencing Cells on Other Worksheets
- Creating Calculations Between Several Worksheets
- Checking the Flow of Formulas
- Manipulating Data Using Goal Seeking