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Microsoft 2010 Excel Basics

Microsoft Excel is an extremely powerful tool when used correctly.  This is the first presentation of a series on Microsoft Excel and will cover the basics. With the basics under your belt, you will be able to create complex planning and tracking documents. Using examples such as expense reports and invoices, we will explore these basic features.

During this Webinar, see how you can use basic features of Microsoft Excel.

• How to customize the menu and ribbon bars
• How to add, move, delete, and format content 
• How to create and use basic formulas
• How to work across multiple worksheets and workbooks
• How to create and use basic formulas
• How to print worksheets

This session will be held using Google+ Hangouts on Air.

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