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Courses - Microsoft Excel 103
Description: Using Microsoft Excel
Running Time: 74 minutes
Pre-Requisites: Excel 102 strongly recommended
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We use Excel XP in this course, but the lessons are valid for all versions of Excel from 95 to 2003. There are cosmetic changes in Excel 2007. Order before 1/23/2017 to get a FREE upgrade to our 2007 version when released!
 

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This class follows Excel 102. In this class we will learn how to set up an income and expenses sheet. We will learn tricks for working on large spreadsheets. We will learn print and page setup options, and how to work with data across multiple sheets.

We'll begin by setting up an Income & Expenses sheet.

You will learn how to freeze part of your sheet, so you can scroll around in the data, yet still see the header row and columns.

We will also learn how to split the sheet into multiple sections - so you can work with two areas on a particularly large sheet - at the same time!

You'll see how to put comments in your sheets.

Next, we'll spend some time learning about Page Setup and Print Preview.

We'll learn how to make our spreadsheets automatically fit on any number of pages we want them to, regardless of their size.

We'll learn all about margins...

...and creating custom headers and footers. Plus we'll take you through most of the other Page Setup options like print area, row and column headings, showing gridlines, and the rest.

You'll learn some more neat tricks with comments.

We'll show you how to work with Page Break View which will allow you to control exactly where each page begins and ends based on the data in your sheet.

You will learn how to move or create copies of your sheets.

We'll also show you how to give your sheet tabs colors (yeah, it's a nice little feature).

We'll place background pictures in our sheets - very handy for effect, or if you want to put your company logo on all of your sheets.

 

So if you want to learn tricks for working on large spreadsheets, print and page setup options, and how to work with data across multiple sheets, this is an excellent course for you. Again, all of our Excel courses build on the previous ones, so this is the next step in learning Excel.

 

 

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Richard on 1/1/2007:  This class follows Excel 102. In this class we will learn how to set up an income and expenses sheet. We will learn tricks for working on large spreadsheets. We will learn print and page setup options, and how to work with data across multiple sheets.
Phil Gatchell on 1/20/2008: Richard: During the 2006 and probably 2007, I took many of your courses ASP101, Word 101-103; Excel 101-204; Plus Power Point, Outlook; Photoshop;Quick Books; Windows;Front Page and Internet. I enjoyed these classes and they have defintely improved my quality of work. I retired at 70 yrs of age 6 years ago. I am still doing the finances of the veterans here in Heidelberg, Mannheim and Darmstadt, Germany, as well as the American Legion in Heidelberg. Many time I go back to your lessons to pick up something I've forgotten (and that is quite often these days). I tried to open Excel 103 and 104 and evidently the passwords have changed because it says I have the wrong p/w. I have a list of all my courses w/passwords on disk in my safe. I'm wondering if you had a time limit on them? Do I have to reorder these courses to get them to play again? I can play 101 and 102, but 103 and 104 p/w are wrong or expired. Please let me know what I have to do to play my 103-104; 201-204 classes again. Thank you. I have a new email as the t-online was too expensive.
Richard Rost on 1/23/2008: No, you don't have to re-purchase them. When you buy one of my courses, you own it for life. What you can do is log on to your account at http://www.599cd.com/accountinfo (you might need to use your old email address - whatever one you bought your courses with) and you should be able to get your passwords there. If not (if those don't work) then please let me know.
 abubakar awan on 3/26/2008: how to convert inches into feet
Richard Rost on 3/28/2008: Converting inches to feet is easy - just divide by 12.
 

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