Workshops >Microsoft Excel 2013: Create an Electronic Worksheet


Description and Goals

 

Attend the five-day Microsoft Excel 2013: Create an Electronic Worksheet workshop June 8-12, 2015 at a cost of $500 at RIT/NTID in Rochester, NY. The workshop will be held daily from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

 

Microsoft Excel is a powerful computer application tool that helps you to reliably and securely organize, manipulate, and graph numeric data at work or for personal use. This workshop will begin with the basics and gradually work up to a point where you will become a proficient user in Excel 2013.

 

So what are you waiting for? Enroll today!

 

Topics

 

This workshop is geared for the novice who has never used the Microsoft Excel software or an user who is familiar with the basics of Microsoft Excel software.  This workshop introduces the following concepts in depth:   

  • Creating and formatting spreadsheets

  • Using formulas and functions to calculate and chart data

  • Sorting and filtering data

  • Working with large worksheet and what-if analysis

 

Prerequisites

 

Each participant should be familiar with personal computers and with Microsoft Windows operating systems.  No prior knowledge or use of Microsoft Excel is required.

 

 

CEUs: 3.0

 

 

Instructor: Mike Kane




A member of the NTID Business Studies department instructional faculty since September 2006, Mike Kane has taught accounting-, Microsoft Office Excel- and personal finance-related courses to students pursuing associate-level degrees.  Kane is also a faculty advisor for the NTID Business Club.  Prior to RIT, Kane has worked in various executive accounting and business positions at Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Western Pennsylvania, National Association of the Deaf (NAD), Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD), and South Dakota Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners (SDBMOE).  Kane earned an undergraduate degree in accounting from RIT and two graduate degrees in administration (Gallaudet University) and deaf education (RIT).  

 

If you have questions about this workshop, contact the instructor at: meknbt@rit.edu.

 

 

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