Presentation on theme: "Brandon Dolce Erinn Edwards. Understand the different spreadsheet charts and practice using them in various scenarios Understand Absolute/Relative."— Presentation transcript:
Understand the different spreadsheet charts and practice using them in various scenarios Understand Absolute/Relative Cells Use shortcuts to accomplish tasks quickly. Provide Resources for additional support Q/A Session, Wrap-up
MS Excel can be integrated across all content areas. And others….
One of the easiest ways to integrate spreadsheets into curriculum is using charts. We will explore the 4 main types of charts in Excel: Pie Line Bar Scatter
Open MS Excel and complete the tasks given to create each chart type. Look for ways that you can use charts in your instruction and be prepared to share with group. Save your files for future reference!
Relative Cells are cells whose content will change when a formula or function is copied to other cells. With absolute cells, the content stays the same, even when copied to other cells. Example: Absolute cells are used when a value in a formula needs to remain constant. Formula- C2*D2/C10 Absolute Formula- C2*D2/$D$10 (Which cell is Absolute?)
Simply add “$” to the Cell Address (D10 became $D$10) OR In formula window, go to part that needs to be absolute and hit F4 key.
Save time by using various shortcuts: Selecting/Highlighting Cells Fill Button Making a cell absolute Etc…
Atomic Learning: has extensive lessons on MS Excel Free Training Tutorial site: also has detailed lessons and practice activities. YouTube: have to search but there are some good videos if you like to be “talked” through an activity.