Many CWU offices use Excel for budgets and other financial applications. There are additional features in Excel that can make you more productive. Excel charts can display data from your spreadsheet graphically, which is helpful for presentations. Excel can also perform basic database functions which may be easier for people to manipulate than an Access database. Excel calls these databases "tables" or "lists" and allow you to organize and analyze information that you already have in a spreadsheet. This class will be taught using the latest version of Excel on the PC. Mac users, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the Mac version of this course.
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