Excel 2010: Intermediate

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In Microsoft Office Excel 2010: Foundation, you created, edited, formatted, and printed basic spreadsheets. You now have a need to streamline repetitive tasks. In this course, you will use Microsoft Office Excel 2010 to streamline and enhance your spreadsheets with templates, functions, formulae, arrays, tables, WordArt and also using Excel with Word, Access and other packages.
To ensure the successful completion of the Intermediate course, the completion of the Foundation course or equivalent knowledge is recommended.
Advanced File Tasks:
1.1: Using My Computer within Excel
Using the My Places Toolbar
Navigating with My Computer
Performing Basic Tasks with My Computer
Changing Views
1.2: Saving your Files
File Formats
File Properties
Upgrading a Workbook
1.3: Using Templates
Opening a Template
Downloading a Template
Using a Template
Creating a Template
Working with Functions and Formulas:
2.1: Using Formulas in Excel
Understanding Relative and Absolute Cell References
Basic Mathematical Operators
Using Formulas with Multiple Cell References
The Formula Auditing Buttons
Fixing Formula Errors
Displaying and Printing Formulas
2.2: Exploring Excel Functions
What are Functions?
Finding the Right Function
Some Useful and Simple Functions
2.3: Using Functions in Excel
Inserting Functions
Using Functions and AutoFill to Perform Difficult Calculations
Using the IF Function
Working with Nested Functions
2.4: Working with Names and Ranges
What Are Range Names?
Defining and Using Range Names
Selecting Nonadjacent Ranges
Using AutoCalculate
2.5: Working with Array Formulas
What are Array Formulas?
Using Basic Array Formulas
Using Functions with Array Formulas
Using the IF function in Array Formulas
Managing Tables:
3.1: Working with Tables
What is a Table?
Creating Tables
Modifying Tables
What is the Total Row?
3.2: Working with Records and Fields
What are Records and Fields?
Adding Fields by Inserting Columns
Adding Records by Inserting Rows
Quickly Adding Records to a Data table
Deleting Records or Fields
3.3: Working with Tables and Filters
Sorting Data in a Table
What is an AutoFilter?
Custom AutoFilters
Using an Advanced Filter
Copying Filtered Records
3.4: Using Excel as a Database
Filtering with Wildcard Characters
Validating Your Data
What are Database Functions?
Enhancing your Workbook:
4.1: Customizing your Workbook
Inserting a Symbol or Special Character
Adding and Editing Shapes
Creating and Altering Diagrams
Changing the Diagram Type
Incorporating Text
Adding a Signature Line
4.2: Working with Text Boxes
Adding a Text Box
Selecting a Text Box
Manipulating a Text Box
Formatting a Text Box
4.3: WordArt
Adding WordArt to your Spreadsheet
Changing the Font Color
Changing the Outline Color
Adding Effects
4.4: ClipArt
Finding ClipArt
Inserting ClipArt
Manipulating ClipArt
Inserting a Photographic Image
Adding a Screen Capture
4.5: Using Objects
Creating New Embedded Objects
Embedding Existing Files
Editing Embedded Objects
Embedding Parts of Files
Finalizing Your Workbook:
5.1: Protecting your Workbook
Protecting your Workbook
Protecting your Worksheets
Unlocking Cells
Protecting your Excel Files
5.2: Finishing Your Workbook
Using the Document Inspector
Using the Compatibility Checker
Marking a Workbook as Final
Adding Sparklines to Your Workbook (this probably should be moved)
5.3: Using Excel in Word
Inserting Excel Data in Word
Linking Excel Data in a Word Document
Modifying Excel Data after Insertion
Insert an Excel Chart into a Word Document
5.4: Using Excel and Access
Linking an Excel Workbook to an Access Database
Importing Table, PivotTable, and PivotChart Data from Access
Transforming an Excel Workbook into an Access Database
5.5: Using Excel With other Programs and Files
Using Outlook to Send Excel Data
Opening an Excel File in a Different Format
Importing Data from a Text File
Importing Data from External Data Sources
Publishing a Workbook as a PDF File
Faxing a Workbook