Microsoft Excel 2010: Comprehensive
This course offers in-depth coverage of the basic functions and features of Excel 2010. After an introduction to spreadsheet terminology and the Excel environment, you will explore a variety of topics designed to help you produce spreadsheets that organize your data in an efficient yet informative manner. Topics include: entering and editing text, values, formulas, and pictures; moving and copying data; working with ranges, rows, and columns; and creating and modifying charts.
Margaret received an Associate Degree from Howard College and a BBA from Texas Tech University. She worked part-time throughout college and full-time as secretary to the Chief Accountant of the City of Lubbock for one year. She then taught business classes at Estacado High School in Lubbock and at Sam Houston High School in Arlington. While living in California, she taught business classes at Heald Business College and then at Odessa College upon returning to Texas. She got her Master's Degree from UTPB in Counseling. She finished her teaching career at Robert E. Lee High School in Midland--retiring from there in 2004. She began teaching Microsoft Office classes for the Continuing Ed and Workforce Training Departments at Midland College in the Fall of 2004. In addition to teaching at Midland College, she also works part-time as a Data Specialist at the ATC.
|CE00131Q||Oct 28 - Nov 6||8:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Registered: 1||16.0 Hours|