June 1-30, 2012(Online) Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2007, by Zelma Leflore This training provides all the tools necessary to create and use basic spreadsheets. Participants will receive an overview of the interface and learn the various methods for entering and editing data. Additionally, participants will learn the various ways to write simple formulas. Register Now.
Microsoft Excel is offered through the IT eTraining system. eTraining is a 24/7 online training system that is available to all active JSU faculty and staff. The system supports 24 hour access to full interactive Microsoft Word 2007, Excel 2007, Access 2007, Outlook 2007 and PowerPoint 2007. To gain access go to the IT online registration system and register for Microsoft Excel. A member of AIT will contact you to setup your training.
Prerequisite: Participants must complete “Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint Part 01″ before attending “Part 02″.
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The courses feature interactive labs which provide a hands-on learning experience. The training environment allows users to interact with the software without leaving the CMS environment.
The test feature allows users to track their progress as they learn. Users can assess their proficiency at any time: before, during, or after completing a course. Results are saved for future reference. Tests are available for individual categories, as well as the entire course.
The training system tracks which topics the user completes. Each time the user returns to the system, they have the option of starting from the beginning or from where they left off.
A progress bar illuminates as the user advance through exercises. Move forward or back, repeat entire topics or just a section.
Use the online glossary to define terms. The “just-in-time” reference includes links to related information in the course.
Hands-on exercises, seamlessly integrated into the system, allows the user to practice using many software features. The system’s interactive exercises provide step-by-step instruction, making the software modules easier to learn.
Online help is readily available. Click the ? for a ‘user-friendly’ explanation of any feature or function of system.