San Antonio College
Administrative Computer Tech.
Lec. Hrs. per wk:
Lab. Hrs. per wk:
Introduction to business applications for electronic spreadsheets using spreadsheet software. Practical applications are the focal
Course Description (e-catalog):
PREREQUISITES, CO-REQUISITES and OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Microsoft Excel 2010: Complete
ISBN-13: 978-0-538-75005-9/ ISBN-10: 0-538-75005-7
Online Companion: www.scsite.com/ex2010
TEXTBOOKS (including ISBN#) and REQUIRED MATERIALS/RECOMMENDED READING:
This course was specifically developed as an introductory personal computer applications course.
It covers all essential aspects
of EXCEL 2010.
Students completing this course will have knowledge of Windows and will be able to solve a variety of
The windows environment places the students in the world of the mouse and a common graphic user
interface between all applications.
Understand Excel terminology, the Excel window, and the basic characteristics of a worksheet and workbook by doing the
Starting and exiting Excel; entering text and numbers, selecting ranges, using the AutoSum button, copying using the
fill handle, changing font sizes, bolding, centering across columns, using AutoFormat commands, charting using the
ChartWizard button, saving and opening a worksheet, editing a worksheet, and obtaining online Help.
Use formulas and functions to build a worksheet, format text, format numbers, add borders and color, change widths of
columns and heights of rows, spell check, create 3-D columns, preview and print a worksheet and display and print the formulas
in a worksheet.
Copy objects between a source document and a destination document by using the three methods for copying objects–copy
and past, copy and embed, copy and link.
Allocation of time
Acquires and evaluates performance
Organizes and maintains information
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES / PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:
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