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Excel 2010 for the New Project Manager (PM)

Excel 2010 for the New Project Manager (PM)
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 46 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 2.5 Hours | 429 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

A basic course for project managers (new or PMP) on how to use Microsoft Excel 2010 effectively.

Welcome to the Excel 2010 for the New Project Manager course! This course is meant to be a short but information rich introduction to learn how to use Excel as a new project manager. And if you are an experienced project manager, you may also pick up some tips that could help with your individual projects, but think of it as a primer of Excel for Project Management.

You may be running projects that require something to help manage or present information and usually a common tool is Microsoft Excel. Though it may not have the features of Project Management specific software, Excel is robust enough to use for project management. However you may find that once you understand what Excel can do, you'll find out it is a very powerful tool that will probably do the majority of what you want. You just need to figure out how to use it.

To really understand Excel you should probably start with the basics (and there is a lot to learn!). This course is a lecture only format that gives just enough information to get you started to feel comfortable using Excel to run projects.


This course will cover the following:

Explore the Excel 2010 User Interface
Understanding the Ribbon
A Look at the Backstage view
Quick Access Toolbar (QAT)
Workbook and Worksheet Basics
Primer to Cells, Columns and Rows
Exploring different views using Freeze Panes and Split Panes
How to Create Formulas and use Functions
Using Lists Filters
How the Table Feature Works
Basics of Charting
Formatting Charts
Using Styles and Text Formatting
Tips on Printing
Keyboard Shortcuts
How to Create a Gantt Chart
How to Create a Pareto Chart
How to Create a Timeline Chart
There are a lot of things you can do with Excel and this course should give you the tools to really understand how it works. By the end of the course you should feel familiar with using Excel and may also be able to create some charts that you may see in your work.

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