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Creating Spreadsheets (part 1 of 2)

In this session, we'll review the concepts taught in the September 13th session and put them into practice to create a new spreadsheet from scratch. The homework assignment for this session will be to create a useful (to you) spreadsheet.

You can use either Google Docs Spreadsheets or MS Excel.

Attendance at the September 13 session is not required.
The second part of this session will be held on September 27, 2011.

This is an interactive session and will have hands-on practice during the session.

This session is offered via Elluminate Live!. If you haven't used Elluminate Live before, visit http://elluminate.com/support to verify that you have the required version of Java installed. If you have any problems connecting, contact the Elluminate Live! Customer Care Line at 866-388-8674, option 2.

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