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Presentation Basics (How to Create PowerPoint Designs from Scratch)

Want to learn how to create professional and visually appealing presentations? Want to learn some design tips and tricks? Come to our hands-on PowerPoint session!

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Presentation Basics (How to Create PowerPoint Designs from Scratch)

WhenRescheduled for Thursday, October 29, 12:30 – 2:00

Where: Library Lab 1015B

Presenter: John Sicat

In this workshop, we’ll explore PowerPoint presentations and beyond. While we’ll mainly focus on how to create presentations, there will also be a focus in composing postcards, flyers, and logos for an appealing presentation. You will realize the full value of presentation software and you will know your options in terms of software that’s available out there.

You do not need to have any familiarity of the software. Please contact the presenter ahead of time if you wish to cover a certain facet of the software more so over the other. If you also have a presentation you’re not fully satisfied with that you’d like to be reviewed, you may forward it to the presenter ahead of the workshop.

To register, or see a full list of workshops, visit: http://purchase.libguides.com/workshops

Advance registration is encouraged but walk-ins are always welcome.

Faculty / Staff Workshop – Excel: Formulas and Functions, Tuesday, March 10 @ 12:30pm

Want to learn more advanced features and functions of Microsoft Excel? Need to use formulas, process data, and create spreadsheets for your job? Come to our hands-on session!

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Excel: Formulas and Functions

PresenterKeith Landa

This workshop will walk you through the steps to effectively use formulas and functions to process data and calculate results. Common functions and categories of functions will be reviewed.  We will cover practical examples of interest to the workshop participants. Prerequisite: a basic proficiency with Excel.

Date/Time: Tuesday, March 10, 12:30-2:00

Location: Library 1004D

To register, or see a full list of workshops, visit: http://purchase.libguides.com/workshops

Advance registration is encouraged but walk-ins are always welcome.

Faculty / Staff Workshop : Excel Basics, Thursday, February 26 @ 12:30pm

Want to learn the basics of Microsoft Excel? Do you need to use spreadsheets, manipulate data, perform calculations, and create graphs for your job? Are you interested in refreshing your skills or learning new tricks or shortcuts in Excel? Come to our hands-on session!

To register or see a full list of Spring 2015 workshops for faculty/staff, visit: http://purchase.libguides.com/workshops. Advance registration is encouraged but walk-ins are always welcome.

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Excel Basics: Tips and Tricks for the Average Joe (or Jane)

Presenters: Leah Massar and Susanne Markgren

Excel can simplify your life, if you know how to use it. This hands-on class will provide you with specific tricks and tips and shortcuts for performing calculations and creating charts and graphs. Most people don’t like keeping statistics or crunching numbers, but we will show you that it isn’t as scary or as complicated as you might think it is. This class is geared toward beginners.

Date/Time: Thursday, February 26, 12:30-2:00

Location: Library 1004D
To register, or see a full list of workshops, visit: http://purchase.libguides.com/workshops

Faculty / Staff Workshop: Excel: Formulas and Functions, Wednesday, April 2 @ 10:30am

Want to learn more advanced features and functions of Microsoft Excel? Need to use formulas, process data, and create spreadsheets for your job? Come to our hands-on session!

excel

Excel: Formulas and Functions

PresenterKeith Landa

This workshop will walk you through the steps to effectively use formulas and functions to process data and calculate results.  Common functions and categories of functions will be reviewed.  We will cover examples such as maintaining a budget or calculating grades. Prerequisite: a basic proficiency with Excel.

Date/Time: Wednesday, April 2, 10:30-11:45

Location: Library 1004C

To register, or see a full list of workshops from the Library and TLTC, visit: http://purchase.libguides.com/workshops

Advance registration is encouraged but walk-ins are always welcome.

Faculty / Staff Workshop : Excel Basics, Tuesday, March 11 @ 12:30pm

Want to learn the basics of Microsoft Excel? Do you need to use spreadsheets, manipulate data, perform calculations, and create graphs for your job? Are you interested in refreshing your skills or learning new tricks or shortcuts in Excel? Come to our hands-on session!

To register or see a full list of workshops for faculty/staff from the Library and TLTC, visit: http://purchase.libguides.com/workshops. Advance registration is encouraged but walk-ins are always welcome.

excel

Excel Basics: Tips and Tricks for the Average Joe (or Jane)

Presenters: Leah Massar and Susanne Markgren

Excel can simplify your life, if you know how to use it. This hands-on class will provide you with specific tricks and tips and shortcuts for performing calculations and creating charts and graphs. Most people don’t like keeping statistics or crunching numbers, but we will show you that it isn’t as scary or as complicated as you might think it is. This class is geared toward beginners.

Date/Time: Tuesday, March 11, 12:30-2:00

Location: Library 1004D


To register, or see a full list of workshops from the Library and TLTC, visit: 
http://purchase.libguides.com/workshops