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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Creating Workbooks in Excel: Blank Workbooks and Templates
Course SummaryLearn how to create graphs, tables and charts using Microsoft Excel with this engaging tutorial course. Use our short video lessons to learn the basics of using this program for school, home, or professional use.
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Use the video lessons and self-assessment quizzes included in our Intro to Excel course to develop your familiarity with this spreadsheet software. Our instructors can take you beyond Excel's basic data entry functions and show you how to create visually appealing charts, graphs, and tables.
Lessons in this course can teach you to:
- Create Workbooks and Worksheets: Begin your study of Excel with lessons introducing you to workbook options. You can learn how to apply workbook themes, change page setup properties, and edit your work. Our instructors also show you how to modify the worksheets within them.
- Order and Sort Data in Cells: Once you've tackled workbooks and worksheets, find out how to insert data into cells. You can also learn how to find and replace this data, format text, and insert or modify sparklines. Get tips for using SUM, MIN, MAX, COUNT, and AVERAGE functions used to summarize data, and learn how to transform them into conditional formulas.
- Create and Modify Tables: Lessons on this topic show you how to transform ranges into tables you can use to manage data. Find out how to add and remove cells in a table, define titles, and apply or remove styles. We'll also show you how to insert a total row and filter or sort data.
- Format Charts and Graphs: If you'd like to create visual displays of your data, we can show you how to generate charts and graphs. Learn how to select a chart type and switch between rows and columns in your graph's source data. We can also help you tweak their visual effects by adding legends and applying layouts or styles.
(Note: All demonstrations in this chapter will be using Microsoft Excel 2013. Certain features, tools, or displays may be different in other versions.)
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