CBPD to Host Microsoft Excel Training
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith Center for Business and Professional Development will host a series of two-day courses designed to help individuals learn to use Microsoft Excel. Trainings will be held at the UAFS Center for Economic Development at The Bakery District in downtown Fort Smith.
Registration for each of the two-day courses, Excel Level I and Excel Level II is $159.
Thursday, June 30, and July 7, from 1-5 p.m.
Designed to help novice computer users quickly get up to speed with Excel, this training will cover features including creating a new spreadsheet, working with basic formulas and functions, and making a spreadsheet look professional and presentable. Topics include basic worksheet functionality, working with data (formulas and functions), managing large workbooks, modifying a worksheet, printing workbook contents, and customizing the Excel environment.
Tuesday, July 21, and 28, from 1-5 p.m.
This course is intended to help users become familiar with a more advanced selection of features in Excel. Topics include creating advanced formulas, analyzing data with functions, analyzing data using PivotTables, working with Tables, visualizing data with charts, working with graphical objects and enhancing workbooks.
Training is provided by professionals from the UAFS Center for Economic Development.
Individuals or companies interested in additional dates for these courses may contact Chelsea Cowan at email@example.com.