Learn the basics of Excel. Topics include worksheet layout, entering and editing data, moving or copying a range, inserting and transposing rows and columns, merging cells, and more. Handout included.
Learn to navigate a workbook using range names, format Excel ranges, and build formulas and functions. Explore the use of a ribbon and charts. Handout included.
Continue with the series as you learn to manipulate Excel worksheets and create and format new workbooks. Learn to create relative and absolute formulas, copy formulas, insert functions, and more. Handout included.
Learn more advanced Excel functions. Analyze data with scenarios. Get to know table features and create a PivotTable. Examine chart elements and learn to format Excel charts, track workbook changes, and more! Handout included.
Are you struggling to navigate your computer, smartphone, or tablet? Or do you need help completing technology projects? If so, our technical expert can work with you one-on-one to help you become a more efficient user. You’ll receive individualized attention, allowing you to ask questions without hesitation or embarrassment. Our goal is to make learning new tech skills easy, accessible, and convenient! These 1-hour sessions are available to users of all levels.
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Instructor: Scott Pickens
Get to know your iPhone better and keep critical information safe and secure. Learn how to customize your settings, use programs like FaceTime and Siri, set reminders, surf the internet, share photos and videos with friends, use map features, and more.
Are you new to smartphone technology? Apps can help you simplify your life and help you stay connected with others. Learn to text, take and share photos, customize your device, download apps, and more in this small group, hands-on workshop.
Thomas “Scott” Pickens has served as the primary computer instructor for ACE for over 15 years. He is a graduate of Truman State University with a BA in interpersonal communications with postgraduate classes at Southern Illinois University with an emphasis on information technology. Scott is a former senior executive of the Boy Scouts of America. For over 25 years, Scott has been a self-employed computer consultant specializing in technology, networking, training, system design, and video security. He is the father of three children, and his favorite motto is: “If you are unwilling to risk the extraordinary, you will settle for the ordinary”.
NOTE: REFUND POLICY
Courses under eight weeks must notify the ACE office at least two full business days before the class start date to receive a refund. A $10 cancellation fee will be applied. If you elect to keep your funds on account for future use, the $10 cancellation fee will be waived. If the request is received less than two full business days before the start of class, no refunds, transfers, or credits will be issued.
If you elect to keep your funds on account for future use, you will be granted a one-time transfer for your deposit/registration fee. No refunds, transfers, or credits will be granted on or after the course start date.
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