Microsoft Excel 2000 to 2003 Tutorials

Microsoft Excel 2000 to 2003 Tutorials


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This is our free computer course for Microsoft Excel. It is for those who have versions 2000 to 2003. If you have a more modern version, then your tutorials are here (or use the links on the left):

Click Here for our Excel 2007 to Excel 2013 Course

Both courses are for beginners to the world of Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. You can either dip in as you please using the links below, or start in section one and see how you get on.


> Section One – Getting Started with Excel
1 What is a Spreadsheet?2 Launching and Exploring Excel

3 Entering data into a Spreadsheet

4 How to Widen Rows and Columns in Excel

5 Centring Data in a Cell6 Font formatting in Excel

7 Saving your work

8 Project One

> Section Two – Entering Data into Cells
1 The Spreadsheet2 AutoFill 3 Entering formulas in Excel4 Adding up with SUM
> Section Three – Extending the Spreadsheet
1 Adding up Rows in Excel2 Copy and Paste in Excel

3 Multiplying

4 Weekly and Annual Sums5 Adding Comments to Cells

6 Project Two

> Section Four – Excel charts
1 Sorting Data2 Create a Bar Chart

3 Formatting the Chart

4 Resizing the Chart5 Creating a Pie Chart

6 Project Three

> Section Five – math operators in Excel
1. The Basic Operators2. Combining mathematical Operators 3. Project Four- A Budget spreadsheet
> SectionSix – An introduction to Functions
1. The Average Function

2. Date Functions in Excel

3. The Time Function

4. Financial Functions in Excel

> Section Seven – Conditional Logic
1.Conditional Logic

2. Conditional Formatting

3. The CountIF Function

2. The AND and SUMIF functions in Excel

> Section Eight – Tables, Scenarios, Goal Seek
1. Excel Tables, Part One

2. Excel Tables, Part Two

3. Scenarios in Excel

4. How to use Goal Seek

> Section Nine – reference, range, Pivot table
1. Absolute versus Relative cell referencing2. Named Ranges in Excel

3. Using Named Ranges

4. What is a Pivot Table?5. How to Create a Pivot Table in Excel

6. Extending the Pivot Table

> Section Ten – Input Forms, Data Validation

1. Data Input Forms in Excel

2. Data Validation in Excel (Drop down lists)

3. Displaying Error Messages
> Section Eleven – Web Integration

1. Web Integration and Excel

2. How to Create a Web Query in Excel

3. Web Query, Part Two

4. How to Add Hyperlinks in Excel

> Section Tweleve – Extras

1. Insert a spreadsheet into a Word document

2. Reference a formula in a different Worksheet

3. Insert drawing objects into spreadsheets

4. Insert images into Excel