View Full Version : Help: I need a crash course in Excel
11-06-2002, 11:05 AM
i have to take a test in a few hours on basic computer software, windows, word, excel, ppt, etc... but i dont know anything about excel. anyone know of an online crash course in it. i just need to know how to do the basics
11-06-2002, 03:18 PM
heh.. dang, i took that test last year.. well, not sure if its the same, but covered the same things. I had the test answers too, well, for mine at least. Too bad i can't find it, and don't know of any crash courses. I know you'd likely need to know how to enter in formulas and have it computed. Pie charts/graphs.. stuff like that..
11-06-2002, 07:21 PM
thanks for the links Leon. unfortunately the timestamp on your post was at the same time as i was finishing the test. fortunately for me, the test was easier than taking the class for it. its sad really, i took it to test out of a class which covered windows, internet basics and ms office. i was thinking that there would be some hard questions, but it was too easy. questions like "which is a search engine? a)netscape b)yahoo c)deja news". then the office exams asked pretty much the same questions over and over again for the different apps. the class covers msword, excel, access, powerpoint, outlook, iexplorer, stuff power users would do in windows and a few other things. the test covered how to cut and paste and format in word and excel, how to open and save pages in your choice of ie or ns nav, and how to format a disk and open a file using windows explorer. im taking more of these :hihi:
11-06-2002, 08:25 PM
heh.. yeah, it was a real "for dummies" class.. i took it and had no doubt in my mind that i passed it.. heh and i can't say that too often :P
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