EXCEL FOR WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY
This 1-2-1 training will be held online at a convenient time between both parties
It is important that budgets and accounts are accessible especially when being published online or being copied to the minutes of meetings, so that everyone can read the files - either on-screen or with machine-readable software. This training will work on any spreadsheets you have and look at how we can ensure your files are Website Accessible. Our associate Helen Fooks has experience of working with people at all skill levels and on different versions of Excel.
Tuesday, 18 January 2022
Held online on a date to suit you
£24 subscribers | £30 non-subscribers for 1.5 hours
This course is recommended for all clerks and staff who work with Excel and are responsible for documents that will be used on the council's website, such as budgets and payment lists.
Spreadsheet Layout - Layout and reading order
Tables - Formatting as table, Naming the table, Banded ows or columns
Charts - Labelling axis, Data labels
Styles- Using Heading Styles, Gridlines
Accessibility Checker - Using the Accessibility checker, Copy to Word
File properties - What are the file properties?
For those of you who want to expand your knowledge further, Helen has also devised three additional sessions for those who wish to learn more: Word for Website Accessibility, Further Word, and Excel the Fundamentals.
Helen will send you an email link that will allow you to share your screen with her, so that she can see what you're doing. You'll be able to see and hear Helen on screen as she talks you through the lesson. The pace and complexity of the lesson will be tailored to suit your needs and experience.
Just contact us and we'll put you in touch with Helen Fooks