Even the earliest business courses often assume a level of proficiency with Microsoft Excel including how to use formulas with mixed referencing, present data in charts, or edit data on a worksheet. This adaptive assessor and instructor allows students to efficiently fill in gaps in either Excel 2003, Excel 2007, or Excel 2010 skills selected by their institution. Skills are available in areas including Worksheet Manipulation, Data Manipulation, Formulas, Functions, and Charts.
Spreadsheet Foundations was developed with the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Like the other Foundations modules, its objective is to ensure a baseline competency quickly and efficiently by filling in gaps in students' skill sets without having them waste time on skills they already have.
Content examples from Spreadsheet Foundations using Excel 2007:
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