Published on Mon, August 04, 2008
Creating Drop-Down Boxes in Excel
Monday, August 4, 2 PM
Wouldn't it be great to just click on a drop-down list and select what you want? Are you putting in data that might be misspelled of is often repeated? You can learn how easy this is by using a validation drop-down list. These lists display all of the available choices to the user so you can simply clickyour preference. It doesn't take long to learn the simple steps.
Advanced Excel Techniques
Wednesday, August 6, 10 AM
Sure you know the basics of Excel, but what else can it do? Now is the time to explore other concepts that make Excel the wonderful tool that it is. For instance, do you have a spreadsheet that you use over and over by removing old data and replacing with new data? A macro can remove that old data automatically with just a touch of a button. Ever need to calculate a running balance, repeat column headings on a second sheet when printing, or protect certain cells so you don’t inadvertently lose that valuable formula? This workshop will show you how you can make your spreadsheets even more efficient and easier to use.
Thursday, August 7, 10 AM
ach of us is given limited space on the Marywood email server. It is therefore our responsibility to weed through and delete emails on a regular basis and archive the rest (those you need to save and access at a later date). This session will help you decide if you need to archive, and if so, what folders you should be archiving. We will walk you through the steps you need to take to make this process run as smoothly as possible.
To sign up for any of these sessions, email or Karen Boland, M.S.. All workshops run approximately an hour and take place in LRC 309.