Using visual elements in Excel 365

Excel Microsoft 365 (2021)    |    Intermediate
  • 12 Videos | 39m 11s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
  • Certification CPE
  • Certification PMI PDU
An Excel 365 worksheet can contain more than just numbers and text. In this course, you will discover how to make your worksheets more visually appealing using hyperlinks, images, screenshots, shapes, icons, special characters, as well as colors and themes. Start by learning how to insert an image or photograph, which can be used to illustrate your data, and then learn how to insert a screenshot. Discover how to edit an image once it has been inserted into your Excel spreadsheet. You will then explore how to adjust an image's brightness, contrast, saturation levels, apply a variety of artistic effects and even add a border. You can also create diagrams using shapes and insert icons to help illustrate a worksheet. You will explore the different types of links and hyperlinks you can insert into your document. You will learn how to insert special characters into a cell and see how to use colors and themes to help data stand out and make a table easier to read. Also, you will discover how to create and edit clean, professional-looking titles with WordArt.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this Using visual elements in Excel 365 course
    insert a hyperlink in Excel 365
    insert images in Excel 365
    edit an image in Excel 365
    insert screenshots in Excel 365
    insert shapes in Excel 365
  • insert icons in Excel 365
    insert special characters in Excel 365
    use colors in Excel 365
    use themes in Excel 365
    create a WordArt title in Excel 365
    format a WordArt title in Excel 365

IN THIS COURSE

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