FastCourse Microsoft® Excel 2013: Level 3 provides thorough advanced training of Excel 2013. This text provides more complex skills than those presented in our Level 1 and Level 2 books, but with the same proven instructional design. This is an advanced course that will challenge students.
Topics introduced include PivotTables and macros, financial functions, data analysis, auditing and additional functions, advanced formatting and analysis tools, collaboration, and more. The text concludes with an integration lesson.
6 lessons, 4+ contact hours
Spiral binding for lay-flat use
Ideal for instructor-led learning environments
Step-by-step, skills-based approach ensures that students master subjects and achieve success quickly
Real-world focus helps students develop practical skills they can apply immediately
WebSims supplement our student-friendly lessons to reinforce tasks that are not well suited for computer labs
eLab is a secure, web-based solution that offers automated assessment, gradebook management, and extended online training, all through an easy-to-use web interface. Create your tests, assignments and other content using eLab’s easy to use interfaces. You have complete flexibility.
NOTE TO STUDENTS: THIS OPTION IS ONLY INTENDED FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSES THAT ARE USING ELAB ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING AS PART OF THE COURSE CURRICULUM.
This text is a perfect resource. I use it as a resource in my regular college courses but I also use it as the primary resource for teaching my workforce classes. A great product. I cannot wait to use this particular text for a future advanced level Excel skills course.
1/15/2016 6:57 am
Rachel Parson, Business Faculty, Educator
11/20/2015 8:16 am
Steven C, Educator
The material is easy to follow. You need to add material to consume a 6 to 8 hour session. The section on Macros is too superficial to be practical. A separate class on macros would be nice. Much of the Data Validation exercises would be more practical if it were included in a template. Pivot tables and Pivot charts are always a hit. More depth is needed such as Calculated Items. The unlocking and locking of cells discussion should be included in a Template exercise so that it is more practical. Include the discussion of Protecting the Workbook Structure with the exercises that uses summing across a range of sheets. I do that when summing Direct Expenses on Lesson 2.
11/11/2015 9:11 am
Richard Pendergast, Educator
My administrators chose another text.
10/14/2015 7:23 pm
Charles Barrett, Educator
This book explains the advanced Excel concepts by breaking it down, students actually understand the concepts.
9/30/2015 7:39 am
Rachel Parson, Educator
very well structured and clear presentation of concepts