|Excel for Beginners|
Event Type: Computer|
Start Time: 2:30 PM
End Time: 4:30 PM
Excel is a spreadsheet program especially designed for organizing numbers, words and mathematical equations into tables of financial and statistical information. You might use it to keep a home budget, or to compile tables of information for reports on the job. Learn how to enter data and perform basic functions.Library: Dundee Library
This one session class is an introduction to Microsoft Excel 2007. Concepts learned are generally transferable to other versions of Excel. Prerequisites: Dundee Library classes in Mousing and Computer Basics, and Microsoft Word Basics; or approval of the instructor. To register, please contact the instructor, David, at 847-428-3661, ext. 5835.
You will be shown how to continue learning online with versions 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, or 2013.
Please note: If you cannot attend after registering, please contact David and give notice of cancellation. Otherwise, your future registrations may be limited.
Location: Dundee Library Meeting Room, Lower Level
Contact: David Caravella
Contact Number: 847-428-3661, x5835
Presenter: David Caravella