Excel is a powerful tool to help you sort through data, and it’s not just for Accountants. With just a little practice, one can use excel to analyze and compare data, arrange and track information, filter data, and apply conditional formatting, just for starters.

Lynda.com provides hundreds of self-paced tutorials, videos and lessons to learn technical concepts and software tools.

This content is developed by experts in the field. Each lesson has a suggested completion time, an overview of topics covered, and often example files.  You can learn a broad concept or search by keyword to find answers to specific questions.  This resource is available to all members of the Richmond community.

Excel training opportunities and Other Resources

Here are some sample Lynda.com lessons and related resources to explore:

  • Creating simple formulas (~7 minutes) – For many users, the most common use for Excel includes using and creating formulas.
  • Creating Charts (~6 minutes) – Now that you have your data, using charts to present your findings is an easy way for an audience to understand the information.
  • And a full lesson plan, broken down in short segments, can be found here.

Focus on UR Wellbeing: Tech Skills Workshops

The law library provides tech skills workshops to provide students with hands-on experience in practical technology areas. We welcome feedback on the workshops and blog posts.

Fun with Excel

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