Microsoft Excel 2016 (Basic)

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This 3-hour course is designed for those who desire to gain the necessary skills to create, edit, format and print basic Microsoft Excel 2016 worksheets. 

Topics covered in the training:

  • Create a basic worksheet using Excel 2016.
  • Perform calculations in an Excel worksheet
  • Modify and format an Excel worksheet.
  • Manage an Excel workbook.
  • Print and share via email the contents of an Excel workbook.
  • Inserting graphic objects, and customizing and enhancing workbooks and the Excel 2016 environment.

If you already know the basics, check our Microsoft Excel 2016 (Intermediate) course.


Course Duration
3 hours

Individuals who want to learn the basics of Microsoft Excel 2016.

Prerequisite:
Familiarity with Windows.
Microsoft Excel 2016 (Intermediate) Course is recommended on completion of Excel Training- Basic Course.

$69/person

  • Mr. Eduardo Millet

    Eduardo Millet possesses an undergraduate degree in Economics with an emphasis in Economic Development from the University of Minnesota and earned his Masters Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Minnesota.

    He relocated to McAllen from Mexico where he spent five years as the Director of Institutional Development for the State Government of Yucatan, and as Director of Business Intelligence for a nationwide telecommunications company. His professional experience includes over ten years of converting data into strategic information while working with data manipulation software such as Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, ArcView, MySQL, SPSS, and Stata.

    He is currently a research assistant at the Department of Management in the Robert C. Vackar College of Business & Entrepreneurship at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, where he is also pursuing his PhD in Business Administration.

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