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1 Excel 2013 Workshop Prepared by Joan Weeks Computer Labs Manager & Madeline Davis Computer Labs Assistant Department of Library and Information Science June 2014

2 Excel 2013: Fundamentals Course Description This Excel 2013 hands-on course will provide staff with the skills necessary to use the functions and features of Microsoft Excel 2013 to create, edit and save Excel spreadsheets containing data for monthly statistics and other data compilation purposes. It will also include inserting charts to display data as well as HTML links. Duration 3 hours Learning Objectives: Format a spreadsheet for specific projects to include size and number of rows and columns, font, colors, cell properties Create headers and footers that appear on each page. Apply freeze panes features to worksheets Enter mathematical formulas and sort columns Sort sheets in workbooks Insert hyperlinks on spreadsheets Create a chart using the chart wizard. Format and add data to charts from spreadsheets Training Methods: Hands-on computer training Classroom Set Up: PC classroom for hands-on instruction ii

3 Excel Workshop Contents Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Topic 1 Introducing Excel Topic 2 Creating a New Workbook in Excel Topic 3 Formatting a Worksheet in Excel Topic 4 Entering Text into Cells Topic 5 Formatting Cells in Excel Topic 6 Adding Worksheets Topic 7 Naming the worksheets Topic 8 Printing the Workbook Topic 8 Saving the Workbook Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel Topic 1 Formatting Data in Excel Topic 2 Creating Column Headings Topic 3 Formatting a Column for Numbers Topic 4 Printing Column Heading on Every Page Topic 5 Addition using the Formula Bar Topic 6 Modifying and Adding Additional Worksheets in a Workbook Topic 7 Inserting Hyperlinks Unit 3 Working with Charts in Excel Topic 1 Making Charts in Excel Topic 2 Change Chart Type iii

4 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel 2013 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel 2013 Topic 1 Introducing Excel 2013 Excel 2013 is a program to create workbooks with tabular data in spreadsheets and is standard on all Library Windows 7 desktops. This program is very useful for: 1. Your monthly statistics-you can automatically add up long columns of figures. 2. Vendor records to include contract information and orders 3. Financial data Topic 2 Creating a New Workbook in Excel Select Start>>All Programs>>Microsoft Office>>Excel Excel will open a new workbook with a spreadsheet ready to use. You will see tabs, such as Home, Insert, etc., with functions along what is called a ribbon. Excel2013workshop.docx 1 June 2014

5 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel 2013 Topic 3 Formatting a Worksheet in Excel It is best to format the worksheet from the start. Just click in the box in the upper left corner above 1 and to the left of A to select the entire worksheet. 2. Roll your mouse between row 1 and 2 until you see your cursor change to a. Left click and drag to space the rows or between A and B to space the columns. If you just want to space a row or column, you may select the number of the row or the letter of the column and then move your cursor to the edge of the cell and drag as far as you need to expand the row or column. You may want to arrange the cell size to fit the data you have. For example, names of projects may take more space than the date. 3. Format Cells - Text will roll over into another cell unless you format the cells. While the whole sheet is selected, on the Home tab click format and then select Format cells. Excel2013workshop.docx 2 June 2014

6 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Text will roll over into another cell unless you format the cells. While the whole sheet is selected, click the alignment tab and click in the wrap text box. Or Click Wrap Text within the Alignment section of the Home tab at the top of your screen. Excel2013workshop.docx 3 June 2014

7 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Page Layout- To continue the page set up, click on Page Layout tab on the menu bar, then select Orientation. Click on Landscape if the chart will be fairly large, i.e. more than four columns. Next click on margins and set those as desired. When you go back to your worksheet, you can see dotted lines delineating the standard 8 ½ X 11 sheet of paper. You can adjust your columns to fit. 6. Next click on Margins on the Page Layout tab and set those, as desired. When you go back to your worksheet, you can see dotted lines delineating the stand 8 ½ X 11 sheet of paper. If columns are outside of the dotted lines you should adjust your columns to fit. Otherwise the columns outside the dotted line will print on separate sheets of paper. Excel2013workshop.docx 4 June 2014

8 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Gridlines- - Most of the time you need gridlines. To set these, click in the gridlines box in the Page Layout ribbon. 8. Header and Footer- If you need a header and footer that goes on every sheet you print out it is best to set this at the start. To do this, click the Sheet Options arrow then the header/footer tab. Excel2013workshop.docx 5 June 2014

9 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel In the Page Setup dialog window, select the Header/Footer tab. Next click on Custom Header. Excel2013workshop.docx 6 June 2014

10 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel You can format the text, font and if desired, set pagination dates etc. from this view by clicking in each of the three sections and then selecting the appropriate button. To format the footer, click on Custom Footer. Excel2013workshop.docx 7 June 2014

11 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel 2013 Exercise: 1. In the Left section of the header select the text button and type the name of your project 2. In the Center section, select the data button and you will enter a date formula that will change each time you update the workbook. 3. In the Right section, select the format page button. You will have automatic page numbering as your worksheet data continues beyond what can be printed on a single sheet of paper. 4. Click OK and then try the same techniques in the Footer. 11. Borders- If you want darker gridlines between some columns, select the column by clicking at the top and then go to the Home tab ribbon. Click on the Border icon, and then decide which line style you want on the right side. Select where it should be positioned, i.e. on the right side of the column. Excel2013workshop.docx 8 June 2014

12 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Freeze Panes- It is handy if you put headings in each column to have them still how when you are way down on the 30 th row for example. You can freeze the first row or two by clicking at the beginning of the row you want to freeze, then click View on the menu bar and selecting freeze panes using the dropdown arrow. 13. Print Column Headings- If you want your column headings to print on every page, click on the Page Layout tab and the little arrow in the bottom right of the Page Setup section. 14. Select the Sheet tab. In the box Rows to repeat at top, type: \$1:\$1. If you want columns to repeat at the left, then in the Columns to repeat at left box type: \$A:\$A, for example. Excel2013workshop.docx 9 June 2014

13 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel 2013 Topic 4 Entering Text into Cells 1. Data Entry- A cell must be selected to enter data. You can choose your font, color and alignment from the home tab. 2. Entering Text- You may enter text or numbers either in the formula bar at the top or directly into each cell. Excel2013workshop.docx 10 June 2014

14 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Fill Handle- Move your mouse over the Fill Handle to enter successive data like months of the year, days of the week. When your cursor turns to a plus sign drag to the right and the data will auto fill. Topic 5 Formatting Cells in Excel 2013 Cells can be formatted singly or in columns and rows. If you want an entire row or column formatted then select the column or row at the top or side then follow the procedures below. There are many formatting options but several are very important for compiling numerical data. Excel2013workshop.docx 11 June 2014

15 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Alignment - Click on the Home tab>> format>> format cells and click on alignment then pick the arrow next to horizontal or vertical. Excel2013workshop.docx 12 June 2014

16 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel 2013 Exercise: 1. Select the top of the A column then on the Home tab Format>>Format Cells 2. In the Number tab there are options for types of numbers. If the number is a used in a non-calculating way, for example as a phone number, select General. If the number will be used mathematically in a non-monetary calculation select Number. Apply other characteristics as needed. Excel2013workshop.docx 13 June 2014

17 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Select the Alignment tab to set the Horizontal and/or Vertical alignment of the text in the cell. You may also put a check in the Wrap text box because text may run across several cells otherwise. 4. Select the Font tab to set the Font, style and size of the text in the cell. If the text is already in the cell, highlight the text in the top formula bar then select the attributes. Excel2013workshop.docx 14 June 2014

18 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Select the Border tab to set either Horizontal and/or Vertical borders for the text in the cell. You can change the style and then apply the border. 6. Select the Fill tab to set either Horizontal and/or Vertical cell fills. This can help for documents with long rows of figures. Excel2013workshop.docx 15 June 2014

19 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Select the Protection tab to lock the worksheet if you plan to apply passwords or otherwise protect the workbook. 8. Select OK when you are finished formatting cells. Topic 6 Adding Worksheets You can make additional worksheets in the workbook by clicking at the + symbol at the bottom next to the sheet tab. If you need to make more than one sheet at a time, which is the default, right click on the sheet tab and select insert >> worksheet. Excel2013workshop.docx 16 June 2014

20 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel 2013 Topic 7 Naming the worksheets You can change the wording in the sheet tab by double-clicking in the wording. Alternatively, you can right click and select Rename. You can even change the color of the tab. You may change the order of the sheets by selecting the sheet and dragging it to where you want it. Excel2013workshop.docx 17 June 2014

21 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel 2013 Topic 8 Printing the Workbook 1. Select the File Tab in the top left corner. 2. Select Print from the drop down menu. 3. Choose the type of printing you want to do. You can select the whole workbook, a single worksheet or several worksheets or just a selection. Excel2013workshop.docx 18 June 2014

22 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Under the option to select the printer, you will be given choices about the active worksheet or just some of the pages. You will see a preview to the right and you should make sure all of your columns will print on the sheet and not have some on another sheet. If one or more are printing on another sheet just adjust the columns to fit it all fit on one sheet. Topic 8 Saving the Workbook 1. To save the workbook, click on the File Tab and Save as. Select a folder by clicking the Browse box and select your folder. Give the workbook a name followed by the.xlsx extension, i.e. project.xlsx, if you will open the workbook in MS Excel Excel2013workshop.docx 19 June 2014

23 Excel Workshop Unit 1 Getting Started with Excel Give the workbook a name followed by the.xlsx extension. If you need to open the workbook in an earlier version of Excel such as 2003, you should save the workbook as Excel with the.xls extension. Excel2013workshop.docx 20 June 2014

24 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel 2013 Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel 2013 Topic 1 Formatting Data in Excel 2013 For statistical tables, you may want to put a title across the top of the worksheet and format it in a font, color and size that make it stand out. The default font is Arial, 10 point, black. Steps: 1. Type My Project Statistics in cell B1. Notice how it spills over in cell C1. You could wrap the text as we saw in Unit 1 but here we will merge the cells so this title will display across the top. Excel2013workshop.docx 21 June 2014

25 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel Highlight the text you have typed either in cell or in the formula bar at the top. Change the font size to 18 point and the color to one of your choosing. Click on Bold 3. If you have clicked on another cell you will need to click again in the cell where the text starts to open it for editing. Notice you cannot edit this text if you click on cell C1 4. Only with the Cell where you entered the data selected, can you change the font size and color. 5. You can format the cell before entering text by selecting it then applying the font, color and size you desire. 6. You can merge the cells into one cell for printing this title without gridlines. Click in cell B1 then press and hold the Shift key while clicking on cell E1. Excel2013workshop.docx 22 June 2014

26 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel Click on the Merge & Center icon. 8. Alternatively, click the arrow for the Alignment panel and then on the Alignment tab check Merge cells. Excel2013workshop.docx 23 June 2014

27 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel 2013 Topic 2 Creating Column Headings It is very helpful to label the Columns of data so that everyone knows what the data means. Exercise: 1. Enter the labels: Name of Project, No. of Hours, No. of Items, Department, and Cost. 2. Click cell A2 and then hold the shift key and click E2. 3. From the Home tab in the Font panel, select the little arrow to open the panel. Excel2013workshop.docx 24 June 2014

28 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel Select the Fill tab and select a color. If you are printing black and white just use a grey tone. 5. Enter Project 1 into cell A3. Use the fill handle to enter the next four projects. Excel2013workshop.docx 25 June 2014

29 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel 2013 Topic 3 Formatting a Column for Numbers As you start to analyze your data, it is important to decide what kind of numbers you will be entering in each column on the spreadsheet. As you designate a column for your numerical data, you will need to format the cells in that column at the beginning for each type of number. 1. Select Column B at the top. We are going to enter the number of hours. Click on the Home tab and then in the Number panel, select the little arrow to open the panel. 2. Select the Number tab and then in the Category select Number.. Allow for two decimal places. We are going to add the hours and will enter half an hour as.5 and a quarter of an hour as.25. Enter numbers for each project for hours and items. Excel2013workshop.docx 26 June 2014

30 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel In Column C, just enter whole numbers. These will be General numbers and can be added. 4. For Column D, enter the acronyms for Departments you choose. 5. Select Column E, select Currency. Enter numbers you chose and notice how they change to currency. 6. After you have selected your format, click OK and you can enter numbers in that format. 7. The Format Cells Number tab should display with the default General number selected. a. General - This selection works for simple numbers including those that will be added as well as text. b. Number- Select this option to indicate decimals and negative numbers. c. Currency- Select this option to indicate general monetary numbers. You can indicate foreign currency. d. Accounting-Select this option to align decimals in the currency values. a. Date-Use this option to format the date in various styles Time- You can designate various formats including seconds and different areas of the world. b. Percentage- Multiplies the cell value by 100 and displays the % sign. c. Fraction-Renders fractions in various forms such as quarters or up to three digits d. Scientific Only allows for designation of decimal places e. Text- Very useful to enter addresses or mixed numbers and letters, f. Special- Use for zip codes, phone numbers and SSNs. It can format for different countries. g. Custom-Gives the ability to select a code to render the numbers in a particular format. 8. You can use the quick number format selector on the Home tab, Number panel, if you just need to apply the format without making changes. Excel2013workshop.docx 27 June 2014

31 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel 2013 Topic 4 Printing Column Heading on Every Page It is difficult to read columns of numbers without headings at the top of each page. 1. To print headings at the top of each page, select the Page Layout tab and click the little arrow in the Page Setup panel. 2. On the Page Setup panel, select the Sheet tab.. In the box rows to repeat at top, type \$2:\$2. If you want columns to repeat at the left, then in the columns to repeat type \$A:\$A for example. Excel2013workshop.docx 28 June 2014

32 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel 2013 Topic 5 Addition using the Formula Bar If you want to add numbers in a column, the best way is to enter a formula at the end of the column. Just click in the bottom cell in the column, and then click on the function sign in the formula area and then click sum and OK. Make sure the correct column and rows are included in the formula. Exercise: 1. Select cell B7 then click the == sign in the formula bar. Select Sum and OK. 2. Use the fill handle move to the next cell and the formula will be entered and the sum will be added automatically. 3. We also want to add column E but it isn t adjacent. Instead we will copy and paste the formula. Select cell c7 and right click then select Copy. Excel will highlight the cell. Select cell e7 and right click and select Paste (Select the Function option.) Excel2013workshop.docx 29 June 2014

33 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel 2013 Topic 6 Modifying and Adding Additional Worksheets in a Workbook For many projects, you will need additional worksheets to capture or track statistics. Excel2013workshop.docx 30 June 2014

34 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel 2013 Once you have formatted the first sheet you may find that with a few modifications it would be suited to the second sheet. 1. To copy the entire sheet, select the upper left corner. 2. Select Edit>>Copy 3. Select the Sheet 2 tab at the bottom 4. On Sheet 2 select the upper left corner. 5. Select Edit>>Paste Press Esc if you want to get rid of the highlighting on first page. You may add an additional worksheet to the workbook at any time. Select the Sheet 3 tab then right click, select Insert. This will open a window where you can select Worksheet. Excel2013workshop.docx 31 June 2014

35 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 2 Working with Data in Excel 2013 Topic 7 Inserting Hyperlinks Hyperlinks can be useful to embed web pages that are relevant to your statistics. For example, the reference teams have a web page with monthly statistics. Exercise: 1. Select cell D3 and click on the hyperlink icon on the Insert tab. 2. In the Text to display box type: Libraries and in the Address box type or paste: Excel2013workshop.docx 32 June 2014

36 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 3 Working with Charts in Excel 2013 Unit 3 Working with Charts in Excel 2013 Topic 1 Making Charts in Excel After you have entered the labels in A for your projects and data in a column B for the hours you spent, you may want to have a graph to display the information because a picture is worth a thousand words. 1. In this example, select all the Data in Columns A and B that you want to display on the chart and then click on the Insert tab, Charts panel. If you know exactly what type of chart you need you can select it from the panel. Click the small arrow in the charts panel to see all the options. 2. In the window that opens, select the type of graph you want. We will select the Column chart first. Click OK. Excel2013workshop.docx 33 June 2014

37 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 3 Working with Charts in Excel You will see the ribbon change to Chart Tools. 4. If you double click on your chart you will open a Format Chart Area window. Excel2013workshop.docx 34 June 2014

38 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 3 Working with Charts in Excel You can select different parts of the chart and apply special formats. Excel2013workshop.docx 35 June 2014

39 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 3 Working with Charts in Excel You may want the chart as a new sheet in your workbook or as an object on the current sheet. Click OK. 9. You can click and move the chart around to the location you desire. Topic 2 Change Chart Type Perhaps you would rather have a pie chart to display this data. 1. With the chart selected, click on the Change Chart Type panel. Excel2013workshop.docx 36 June 2014

40 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 3 Working with Charts in Excel You can change to a pie chart. Next right click on the pie and select Add Data Labels 3. Select the Pie chart and change the labels as desired. Excel2013workshop.docx 37 June 2014

41 Excel 2013 Workshop Unit 3 Working with Charts in Excel You could change the pie to the percentage of time each project took. With the chart selected, click on the chart layout with the % signs. 5. You can add a legend by clicking on the Add element dropdown. Excel2013workshop.docx 38 June 2014

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