Microsoft Excel 2011 Introduction for Apple Mac Training Course Outlinee

Audience: This course course is designed for either beginners or those with limited experience of Microsoft Excel. In our Excel Introduction course you learn how to easily summarise data using formulas and present your results visually as charts. We then cover formatting and printing documents. The course caters for all levels of ability.

Course Duration: 1 day

Course Availability: Monday – Saturday

Course Types: Group bookings, public courses, 1-2-1 sessions, bespoke tailored courses and office migrations.

Course Location: This Microsoft Excel introduction 2011 for Apple Mac training course can be delivered either at our London training venue or at your offices. 

Tailored Course Content: Course content can be customised to meet your specific requirements, with scheduled dates to suit you.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Use the Excel ribbon, menus and toolbars
  • Create and modify existing worksheets
  • Edit a worksheet
  • Format a worksheet
  • Work with Excel formulas
  • Print your worksheet
  • Create a chart
  • Control the worksheet display

Course Outline

Module 1: Getting Started

  • Starting and exiting from Excel
  • Using the Excel ribbon, menu and toolbars
  • Displaying Help information
  • Changing the file type and converting to PDF
  • Using and creating Custom Lists

Module 2: Creating and modifying existing worksheets

  • Creating and opening workbooks
  • Adding data to a worksheet
  • Selecting ranges of cells
  • Entering worksheet data
  • Saving a workbook

Module 3: Editing a worksheet

  • Using the Spell Checker
  • Adjusting column widths
  • Inserting and deleting a range of cells
  • Copy, move and delete cell entries
  • Find and Replace specific entries in a worksheet
  • Inserting and renaming sheet tabs

Module 4: Formatting a worksheet

  • Using the Toolbox
  • Changing the font style, size and colour
  • Adding alignment options, wrap text, orientation and merge cells
  • Applying borders and patterns
  • Adjusting row height and column widths
  • Changing the number format of cell entries
  • Using Styles for consistent formatting
  • Conditional formatting

Module 5: Working with Excel formulas

  • Creating basic formulas
  • Brackets and the order of calculation
  • Excel functions
  • Using the SUM, AVERAGE, MAX, MIN, COUNT and COUNTA functions
  • Using the formula builder
  • Using AutoFill and AutoSum
  • Using absolute and relative references

Module 6: Printing your worksheet

  • Previewing a worksheet
  • Changing the Page Set-up of a worksheet
  • Setting the print area
  • Printing certain rows or columns on each page
  • Printing selected worksheet entries

Module 7: Creating a chart

  • Plotting a chart
  • Previewing and printing a chart
  • Adding new data to an existing chart
  • Including multiple data ranges in a chart
  • Uses of the different chart types

Module 8: Controlling the worksheet display

  • Splitting the workbook window into panes by freezing panes
  • Hiding rows and columns
  • Changing the zoom level for a worksheet
  • Sorting and filtering worksheet data