MS Excel Level II, ITI-091
This course builds on the skills and concepts taught in Excel 2013 – Level I. Learn how to create and use multiple worksheets and workbooks efficiently, and start working with more advanced formatting options including styles, and themes. Create outlines and subtotals, create and apply cell names, and work with tables. Learn how to save workbooks as Web pages, insert and edit hyperlinks, and to share workbooks by email. This course also covers auditing and protection. This course follows the curriculum for the Microsoft Office Specialist core-level for Excel 2013 (exam 77-420) and the Microsoft Office Specialist Expert for Excel 2013 (exams 77-427 & 428).. For comprehensive certification training, students should complete MS Excel Levels I, II, III. Prerequisites: MS Excel Level I or equivalent experience, Working with Windows, File Management or equivalent experience.
Textbook: Please bring your textbook to the first class session. See MC Bookstores for more information on your textbook; bring to first class along with a USB Flash Drive/memory stick (at least 512 MB).
Course Objectives: After completing this course, students will know how to:
- Freeze panes and split a worksheet; open and rearrange a new window with the current worksheet content; hide and unhide data; set print titles and page breaks to optimize print output; insert different even and odd headers; and manage multiple worksheets.
- Link worksheets by using 3-D formulas; add a Watch window; create and manage links between workbooks.
- Apply special and custom number formats; control the display of zero values; apply and modify themes; merge and split cells; change the orientation of data in cells; transpose data; use paste Special operations; and add a background color and a watermark.
- Create an outline and consolidate data; create custom views to save different content; create subtotals in a list; and use multiple subtotal functions.
- Define and apply cell and range names; use names in formulas; and use the Name Manager to modify named ranges.
- Sort and filter data; create, format, and name a table, and add rows and columns; and use structured references.
- Save and publish a worksheet as a Web page; insert and edit hyperlinks; and publish a worksheet.
- Use auditing features; add comments to cells and workbooks; protect a worksheet or part of a worksheet; protect a workbook structure; share, merge, and track changes in a workbook; find and remove hidden and personal data in a workbook; and mark a workbook as final.
- Change Excel’s default application settings and customize the Ribbon; work with Excel templates; and create and manage templates.
Classroom hours: 12