FastCourse Microsoft® Excel 2016 - Level 2 ~ Black & White Printed Textbook ~ Designed for a one-day training with students already knowledgeable of MS Excel, this text will expand upon the beginner level foundation with an in-depth look at advanced formatting features and the utilization of functions. (Highlight of Chapters Below)
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This material provide a great basis for a 6 to 8 hour class. However, you may want to take some of their exercises and make them more practical. For example: put a company logo in the header in addition to a water mark. Make the Template exercise a little more realistic by adding some Data Validation. I don't spend much time on "Insert a Screenshot" section, I teach students how to use the PrtScr button. There is a discussion of IFERROR function, without an exercise. I incorporate IFERROR in my template exercise to suppress the #DIV/0!.
11/11/2015 8:49 am
Richard Pendergast, Educator
well structured instructions and very clear examples