Course in Excel to start next week at the library


PHILIPSBURG (September 10, 2015)— Starting September 16th, the Philipsburg Jubilee Library will be providing a course for adults on how to use Microsoft Excel. The course will take place in the Media Lab and will be provided twice a week by instructor Kenneth Peters.

The course is targeted towards people who are familiar with Excel and would like to do better analysis. Would you like to bring innovative solutions to your personal budgeting at home, business or company you work for? Then don’t miss this innovative course in Microsoft Excel. Some of the things that you can learn during the course are calculating with and using functions, creating powerful analysis, understanding how an analysis flow or tree can be designed, translating business-requirements into data-driven solutions and making better use of your data in excel sheets or other file formats.

This 20-part course will take place on Wednesdays from 6 pm to 8 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 1 pm. The fee for this course is $ 5 for each session. If you would like to take part in the Excel sessions, sign up by calling the library on 542 2970, e-mail Francia Housen at or register online at

Photo caption: The Philipsburg Jubilee Library now has a new course available to adults who wish to learn Microsoft Excel