Bring Your Data to Life in MS Excel
Monday, October 7th
Canaday 315 (LLC)
Tired of looking at this?
Learn to do this!
Besides being great at crunching numbers, Excel also has a wide variety of versatile tools available to help you display data in ways that can be easily understood and quickly analyzed. In this class, you’ll learn how to convert your data into charts, swiftly visualize information with SmartArt, and add Sparklines and Conditional Formatting to highlight trends.
This class is best suited for staff with basic Excel data entry skills, or just those interested in experiencing what Excel can do besides store tables of data.
(Please note that this lesson will be based on MS Excel 2010 for Windows)
If you are interested in learning more about visualizing your data in Excel, but you are unable to attend on the specified date, visit Atomic Learning via the following link to learn more: Atomic Learning MS Excel Offerings
This class is being offered by Local Learning Support, a program that provides learning support by working alongside staff in participating departments with the goal of creating a community of technologically self-sufficient and adaptable staff. The Local Learning Support team is working with specific departments this semester, but all staff members are welcome to attend any staff education course being offered, regardless of whether or not their department is currently working with a Local Learning Support Specialist.