REED Center schedules Excel classes in SF
Posted: Monday, July 27, 2009 9:47 am
The Messenger 07.27.09
The University of Tennessee at Martin Small Business Development Center and the Twin Cities Chamber of Commerce are hosting two hands-on seminars in Microsoft Excel in the South Fulton High School computer lab.
“Beginning Excel” will be offered 6-8 p.m. Aug. 4 and “Intermediate Excel” will be held 6-8 p.m. Aug. 18.
In the first class, participants will learn the basics of Microsoft Excel 2007 and be introduced to the new Ribbon interface and the new toolbars. Participants will also be taught about the various ways to input information, create formulas and generate charts and graphs and tips and tricks to get started.
In the second class, students will build on basic concepts and learn how to use themes and styles to format text and numbers, create complex formulas, create charts and graphs, insert pictures, shapes, Web links and SmartArt and use conditional formatting. Prior to taking the intermediate class, the participant should already know some of the basics of Excel, such as how to enter and manipulate text and numbers, how to do basic formatting of text and numbers, how to create a basic formula, how to print and navigate around the Excel application window.
Steve Holt, UT Martin Instructional Technology Center director, will be the instructor. The program is free; however, UT Martin Continuing Education credits are available for $10.
Seating is limited to the first 20 registrants for each class. For more information or to register, contact Thea Vowell at (731) 479-7029 or Hollie Holt, REED Center coordinator, at (731) 587-7333. Participants may also register online at www.utm.edu/reed.
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