Increase your Productivity using Microsoft Excel Shortcut Ribbon

Instructor:  Jed Guinto
Course Dates: Open-ended
Enrollment Dates: Enroll Anytime
Who can Enroll: Anyone
Course Language: English
Price:  FREE

About the Course

DESCRIPTION
We’ve all experienced it. You’re cooking spaghetti and the timer is about to go off. But you need to finish that Excel document and send it to your boss ASAP! Unfortunately, you’re a one finger typist and it takes you ages to find the buttons you need to finish processing your report. So you ended up missing the deadline, your boss is now angry at you and the spaghetti is overcooked and ruined. If only there were a course to teach you how to use Excel faster! Well now there is!!

I present to you a simply, short course on the Excel ribbon. Don’t be deceived. It may be short and contain only a few videos, but it has the potential to increase your productivity ten-fold! The Excel ribbon is basically your very own customized menu. Instead of using the ones Microsoft has created, YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN! This means you can store and rearrange your most used functions and buttons!

TARGET AUDIENCE
This course is ideal for those who are familiar with some of the in-built functions of Excel. This will allow you to get the most out of the ribbon. 

STRUCTURE
This is a very short course with just over 5 videos. Short and sweet!

DIFFICULTY
This is a very easy course and I encourage all users to take it. 

COURSE OUTCOMES

  • Adding and removing icons to the ribbon
  • Rearranging the order
  • Keyboard access

 

Course Structure

  • The Shortcut Ribbon
    • Introduction
      00:00:00
    • Adding to the Quick Access Toolbar
      00:00:00
    • Removing from the Quick Access Toolbar
      00:00:00
    • Keyboard Shortcuts
      00:00:00
    • Congratulations
      00:00:00

Instructors

Jed Guinto
Jed Guinto
Jed Guinto is the Co-Founder of Paperclip Learning. Currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering, he is also an avid educator with experience teaching primary students, high school students and undergraduate Aerospace, Civil and Mechanical Engineers. Over 44,000 students from over 170 countries have signed up for his courses.

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