Excel 2010: Transition from Excel 2003

COURSE OUTLINE:

Description This course is designed for experienced Excel users who have worked with earlier versions of Microsoft Office Excel, ideally Microsoft Office Excel 2003, and who are planning to upgrade to Microsoft Office Excel 2010.

Prerequisites
Students must have prior knowledge of Microsoft Office Excel 2003 or Excel XP on the Windows operating system.

Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Identify the elements of the Microsoft Office Excel 2010 environment.
  • Organize data in Excel worksheets.
  • Analyze Excel data by sorting, filtering, and conditionally formatting it.
  • Present Excel data using charts, illustrations and PivotTables.
  • Use Office Web Apps.

Course Content


LESSON 1: IDENTIFYING THE ELEMENTS OF THE EXCEL 2010 ENVIRONMENT

Topic 1A: Identify the User Interface Elements
Topic 1B: Identify the Ribbon Components
Topic 1C: Use Contextual Tabs
Topic 1D: Use Excel Galleries
Topic 1E: Customize the Excel Interface

LESSON 2: ORGANIZING DATA

Topic 2A: Identify the Enhancements to Excel 2010 Spreadsheets
Topic 2B: Insert Tables
Topic 2C: Format Tables

LESSON 3: ANALYZING DATA

Topic 3A: Apply Conditional Formatting
Topic 3B: Sort Data in a Spreadsheet
Topic 3C: Filter Data in a Spreadsheet
Topic 3D: Apply a Formula

LESSON 4: PRESENTING DATA

Topic 4A: Create Charts
Topic 4B: Format Charts
Topic 4C: Work with Illustrations
Topic 4D: Create PivotTables and PivotCharts
Topic 4E: Share Excel Charts
Topic 4F: Save Data in Compatible Formats

LESSON 5: USING OFFICE WEB APPS

Topic 5A: Save Excel Spreadsheets to the Web
Topic 5B: Access and Work with Spreadsheets on the Web

APPENDIX TOPICS

Appendix A: New Features in Microsoft Office Excel 2010
Appendix B: Enhanced File and Compatibility Features in Microsoft Office Excel 2010
Appendix C: Link Formatting in Tablet PCs
Appendix D: Mobile Features