Excel Training For Advanced And Expert Users.
Aimed at proficient users of Microsoft Excel, the leading spreadsheet, this is the higher level of our two 2003 version Excel courses, designed to take you to an advanced, expert level in only 25 study hours at our comfortable Pitman Training London centres in High Holborn and Notting Hill and also in Manchester.
Our self-paced training methodology means you can study when you want at times to suit you.
All students receive a high-quality workbook and on successfully passing a final exam, sought-after Pitman Training and Microsoft IT Academy certificates!
You’ll leave this fascinating course able to prove your ability with pivot tables, analysis tools and data management.
You’ll enjoy confidently creating Excel templates, working with multiple worksheets and providing all the necessary frameworks for cash flow and P&L projections.
Our friendly tutors will be with you every step of the way on this in-depth, 8 lesson course.
What Is Covered.
In 8 lessons, you will learn:
Lesson One:Creating a template, using an existing template, editing a template, creating custom views, deleting custom views, consolidating data, creating a workspace file, using workspace files, creating and modifying custom number formats, using conditional formatting, deleting conditional formatting.
Lesson Two: Printing grouped worksheets and multiple workbooks, naming and modifying cell ranges, moving a named range, using range names to locate data, deleting a named range, using range names in calculations, formatting and resizing graphics, formatting charts and diagrams, finding trends in data.
Lesson Three:Setting security levels for macros, creating macros, running macros, editing a macro, creating a toolbar and menu to hold macros, deleting macros, deleting a toolbar button, deleting a custom toolbar and menu.
Lesson Four:Applying data validation rules, adding input messages and error alerts, locating invalid data, tracing precedents and dependents, tracing errors, evaluating formulas, using the watch window, using AutoFilter and Advanced Filter, using a data form.
Lesson Five:Compiling subtotals and consolidations, summarising data using outlining tools, using the database functions DSUM and DAVERAGE, using the Query Wizard with an external data source, analysing data using pivot tables, creating a pivot table chart, creating a pivot table from external data.
Lesson Six:Using data analysis to calculate rank and percentile, solving a problem using goal seek, using solver to calculate a quotation, creating What-If Analyses using the scenario manager.
Lesson Seven: Protecting worksheets and workbooks, applying and removing passwords, sharing a workbook, merging workbooks, understanding workbook history, track changes, accept or reject changes, using digital signatures.
Lesson Eight:Inserting an embedded object, inserting a linked object, retrieving data from the web, saving as a web page, publishing worksheets, editing a web page and republish, saving an Excel workbook as an XML document, mapping data in a workbook, importing an XML document into an existing mapping.