Excel is a powerful program that anyone or any business can benefit from! Why spend your time typing things in line by line, or performing math when dealing with budgets or financials when you can set up Excel to do it for you?
Computers are great at math – no matter how good a person is at math or working with numbers, it’s always a good idea to fact check to ensure accuracy. Since Excel can do the math for you, it’s easy enough to set up the program to do your calculations so you can have peace of mind with calculations.
Not only is Excel perfect for business math, but it can also save you a ton of time. Excel comes packed full of dozens of templates so you don’t have to start from scratch when creating books or sheets. A few examples of what it can help you with include:
Create charts and graphs
Income and expense documents
Petty cash logs
Taxes & more!
For Personal Use
Do you keep a check register where you write down all of your income and expenses so that you can balance your bank account? Do you have a wedding to plan for, or would like to learn how to automate your budget? It’s all possible with Excel! Excel can save you a lot of time by auto-calculating your check register and budget, while also helping you stay organized with lists. You can even use a template which will calculate your potential retirement savings.
How Can You Learn More?
If you’re ready to get started with Excel, or you want to brush up on the skills that you have, join us at Hi-Ed for Functions in Excel & Excel I, II & III!
Excel I- Unleash the power and flexibility of spreadsheets in your business or for personal use. This beginner course will focus on how to use the basic features and options of Microsoft Excel. It will include how to create and use formulas for calculations, entering data, formatting worksheets, printing, and creating charts and graphs.
Mondays and Wednesdays, March 5, 7, 12 & 14; 6:00 – 8:00pm; Instructor: Rhonda Trimpey; $99
Monday, March 12; 8:30am – 4:00pm; Instructor: Ginny Barrett; $99
Excel II -Learn how to use advanced cell formatting and building worksheets with decision-making capabilities. This Intermediate level course will feature: sorting and filtering data to find specific information, finding values such as profit or loss, calculating repayment plans for loans or mortgages, finding the average, maximum, or minimum values in a specified range of data, and other what-If analysis.
Monday, March 26; 8:30am – 4:00pm; Instructor; Ginny Barrett; $99
Mondays and Wednesdays, April 2, 4, 9 & 11; 6:00 – 8:00pm; Instructor: Rhonda Trimpey; $99
Functions in Excel- You will learn how to create a special formula and use functions to create more efficient spreadsheets! A variety of functions will be demonstrated along with learning to name cells and ranged effectively!
Word is the most popular word processing program available, and it’s utilized for both business and personal use. Whether you’re in the job market and you need to know the advanced functionality in Word, or you write a few letters from home from time to time and you just need to know the basics, learning Word at Hi-Ed will help!
Monday & Wednesday, February 19, 21, 26 & 28; 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. $99