If you work with data of any kind, knowing how to create a spreadsheet is key to effectively managing and organizing information. This course will introduce you to Microsoft Excel 2019 and teach you how to use this powerful software.
If you use Microsoft Excel, this intermediate course will bring your Excel skills to the next level. You will learn how to use a number of powerful features in the 2019 version of Microsoft's longstanding Excel software.
In this hands-on course, you will learn Microsoft Excel 2019/Office 365's advanced functions and often-overlooked features, including data analysis tools, data tables and databases, custom controls, and PivotTables.
Learn to build, edit, and maintain a database in Microsoft Access 2010, using tables, reports, forms, and queries to give you fast access to all your important information.
Learn how to use Microsoft Access 2013's advanced features to build more intuitive and powerful databases.
Get up to speed on the exciting new features of Microsoft Office 2013, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, OneNote, and Publisher.
Master more advanced techniques for this powerful database program, including importing Excel spreadsheets as tables, creating query calculations to crunch numbers, and using Visual Basic to automate common tasks.
Learn to use the basic features of Word 2016 (now available through Office 365) to type, edit, format, spell check, and print professional-looking documents, letters, and reports.
Use this popular project management software to plan, implement, and control projects, track costs and resources, and generate reports using Gantt Chart and Calendar views.
Discover how to effectively plan, implement, and control projects using Microsoft Project 2010, the world's most popular project management software.