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MICROSOFT EXCEL Intermediate Level

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Today’s Agenda Intro Intro Formulas Formulas Graphs Graphs More Information & Practice More Information & Practice Q & A Q & A

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Introduction to Excel Spreadsheets are often used to: Perform basic mathematical operations Find values such as profit or loss Find the average, maximum, or minimum values in a specified range Graph or chart data to assist users in identifying data trends Sort and filter data to find specific information

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Formulas Formulas are the real workhorses of an Excel worksheet If you set up a formula properly, it computes the answer when you enter it into a cell From then on, it keeps itself up to date, recalculating the results whenever you change any of the values that the formula uses All formulas begin with the = sign

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Formulas Addition Select the cell you would like this information to be in. Type =, then select or type the first cell, followed by the + symbol, and then type or select the next cell you want to add. Press Enter i.e. =A2+B2

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Formulas Adding If you are adding consecutive numbers in a column or row, you can use the SUM formula. Type =SUM, and then the range you would like to add in parenthesis (you can type or select the range with your mouse). i.e. =SUM(C2:C4)

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Formulas Subtraction Select the cell you would like this information to be in. Type =, then select or type the first cell, followed by the – symbol, and then type or select the next cell. Press Enter i.e. =A2-B2

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Formulas Multiplication Select the cell you would like this information to be in. Type =, then select or type the first cell, followed by the * symbol, and then type or select the next cell. Press Enter i.e. =A2*B2

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Formulas Division Select the cell you would like this information to be in. Type =, then select or type the first cell, followed by the / symbol, and then type or select the next cell. Press Enter i.e. =A2/B2

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Graphs Charts and graphs are a great way of representing your data Excel offers almost every chart type and makes it easier to draw them so that your data can quickly be understood Examples (Link will not work outside of presentation) Examples

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More Information and Practice Microsoft Office Overview Tutorial & Practice Overview Tutorial & Practice Valencia Edge (Atlas) Self-Paced Tutorial Instructor Led Courses End

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Q & A Any Questions? End

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