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“Using Microsoft Excel 2010”

This course encompasses the basic principles and practice of using Microsoft Office Excel 2010 for the average adult user. It includes navigating Excel and its workings, an overview of the file system, and naming conventions, with a focus on the principles that will guide users to productive and enjoyable computer use. Several model documents will be created and examined for practical applications the attendees are interested in.  The information will also be useful for Excel 2007 and many principles apply to Excel 2003 but the navigation will be different in those versions.

Date & Time: Wednesday March 14, 2012 from 10:00 – 11:30 am
Location: Hamilton, NY Public Library Community Room
Facilitator: Harvey L. Kliman, Ph.D.         

                    The Excel file below is in Excel 2003 format and can be used in that version and the newer versions.    It has the following blank sheets in this file and listed in the table below.           Logo MS Excel  
I will be creating and working with these sheets in the session on March 14.
Here are the slides I will use as a guide, but the substance of the session will be the hands-on work with Excel.  .

Excel Slides

Project Sheet

Medications List

Charitable Contributions

Address List

Utilities Tracking

Simple Travel Expense

Full Travel Expense

Stocks Tracking

Bonds Tracking

Investment Summary

Income Summary

Vacation or Trip Schedule

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