I attended an excel workshop at Grainger to receive extra credit. We started off with basics such as highlighting and moving from cell to cell. Then we learned how to sum, multiply, and divide different quantities in rows. Eventually we moved onto some really cool and useful things that I know will be helpful as I progress in the business school. For example, I wasn't aware of this before but you can do "if" functions where if you were to update say, your savings for the year you can set it up to tell you how much more money you need to save for something, or just if you can or cannot afford something. Then he (Trevor) used an example of class schedules and taught us different ways of sorting.