EXCEL 2013 BEGINNER TO ADVANCED ONLINE TRAINING BY LEARN365

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  • Sector IT
  • Course Type Online
  • Duration Part-time
  • Ref LE-EXCL2013
  • Price £60.00 Use Jobstoday10 code to get a 10% discount

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About the course

This course trains you how to use the features of Microsoft Excel 2013. Excel 2013 is an incredibly powerful tool for getting meaning out of vast amounts of data. But it also works really well for simple calculations and tracking almost any kind of information. The key for unlocking all that potential is the grid of cells. Cells can contain numbers, text or formulas. You put data in your cells and group them in rows and columns. That allows you to add up your data, sort and filter it, put it in tables, and build great-looking charts.

COURSE OUTLINE

Excel Introduction
1.1 Intro To Excel - Overview Of Screen
1.2 Ribbon Elements
1.3 Entering Data And Editing Font Attributes
1.4 Number Formats
1.5 Formatting Cells
1.6 Printing
1.7 Formulas Part 1
1.8 Formulas Part 2
1.9 Rearranging Data
1.10 More Formulas
1.11 More Formulas Part2 Review And Sort
1.12 More Formulas Part3 Concatenate
1.13 Chart Part 1
1.14 Chart Part 2
1.15 Chart Part 3
1.16 Summary

Excel Intermediate
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Review
2.3 Formulas Across Worksheets - Part 1
2.4 Formulas Across Worksheets - Part 2
2.5 Conditional Formatting
2.6 Data Validation
2.7 Named Ranges
2.8 CSV Files
2.9 Text To Column
2.10 Grouping Data
2.11 More Charts Beyond Building Blocks
2.12 Working With Windows Part 1
2.13 Working With Windows Part 2
2.14 Headers Footers And Protecting Data

Excel Advanced
3.1 Pivot Tables Part 1
3.2 Pivot Tables Part 2
3.3 Sparklines
3.4 Trancing Formulas
3.5 What If Scenario
3.6 External Data Sources
3.7 Customizing Menus And Options
3.8 Customizing Menus And Options Part2
3.9 Macros

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