Microsoft Excel includes lots of fabulous time-saving tricks that can increase productivity and comfort as you work on your spreadsheets. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced user, it's easy to overlook some of these great tips and time savers. Learn various handy tips, tricks and shortcuts to increase your productivity and flexibility, saving time and stress.
In this Level 1 Excel Tips, Tricks and Time Savers training class you will become comfortable with the interface, navigate and modify your spreadsheets with simple clicks on the keyboard or handy mouse techniques, and learn loads of useful time-saving tricks. Make full use of Excel’s powerful Fill Handle, insert multiple rows at once and insert rows and columns with a simple click of the keyboard. Set your list back to its original sort order, duplicate your worksheet with a simple drag-and-drop, update values on the spot with Paste Special and much more.
- Update values on the spot using Paste Special
- Become more efficient by making full use of Excel's Fill Handle
- Insert multiple rows at once
- Organize your workbook by color-coding your sheet tabs
- Set your list back to its original sort order
- Input values with leading zeros
- Quickly transpose blocks of data
- Capture and insert screenshots in Excel
- Duplicate your worksheets with a simple drag-and-drop
- And much more…
Beginners or intermediate users who would like to learn useful tips and tricks to enhance their user-experience with Excel and increase their productivity. This class is for anyone who uses Excel regularly and would like to work faster and more efficiently.
Update Values on the Spot using Paste Special
Find and Highlight all of your Formulas & Functions in an Instant
Become More Efficient by Using Excel's Fill Handle to the Fullest Extent
Convert your Formulas to Values with a Quick Drag-and-Drop
10 Magical Ways to use Flash Fill
Hide Cells in Plain Sight!
Insert Screenshots into Excel
Quickly Transpose Blocks of Data
Make Excel Talk to You
Insert Multiple Rows all at Once
Insert Rows and Columns with a Click of the Keyboard
Organize your Workbook by Color-Coding your Sheet Tabs
Efficiently Create Column Headings
Look like a Math Expert by using Excel's AutoCalculate Feature
Add the Excel Calculator to your Quick Access Toolbar
Set your List Back to its Original Sort Order
Input Values that Start with Leading Zeros
Copy Multiple Items to the Office Clipboard
Bullet Points in Excel? Yes you can!
Duplicate your Worksheets with a Simple Drag-and-Drop
Great Keyboard Shortcuts!
Excel Tips, Tricks and Time Savers Level 1 (Basic)
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