Now there’s an advanced level Microsoft Excel course using the world-famous Pitman Training methodology.
Within just 25-30 study hours at our training centres in London (High Holborn or Notting Hill), or Manchester, this Excel course will enable you to develop
and retain expert skills to help you add real value to your career.
This Excel course programme covers the City & Guilds Spreadsheet Processing Techniques Intermediate exam as well as the Microsoft Certified Application Specialist test (MCAS) and EDCL Advanced (Spreadsheets) exam.
What Is Covered.
In 8 practical, exercise packed lessons, you’ll learn the following:
Lesson One: Using AutoFill, carrying out date calculations, adding a worksheet
background, showing/hiding gridlines and headings, creating and working with tables, converting text to columns, removing duplicates, consolidating data, hiding/unhiding worksheets, using paste special, creating a custom format.
Lesson Two: Defining, using and managing named ranges, using named ranges in formulas, inserting, modifying and removing hyperlinks, formatting elements of a column chart, using functions: ROUND; SUMIF; IF; IFERROR; AND, using the IF function nested with OR.
Lesson Three: Using conditional formatting, editing a conditional formatting rule, using the Rules Manager, formatting cells meeting a specific condition, applying more than one conditional formatting rule, sorting data using cell attributes, filtering data using cell attributes, using advanced filter options.
Lesson Four: Recording and running macros, editing a macro, running a macros from the Quick Access Toolbar, deleting macros, using data validation, tracing precedent/dependent cells in a worksheet, evaluating formulas, tracing errors.
Lesson Five: Summarising data using subtotals, using database functions, grouping and ungrouping data, creating a pivot table, refreshing pivot table data, filtering information in a pivot table, formatting pivot table data.
Lesson Six: Inserting headers and footers, copying and pasting data between worksheets, grouping and ungrouping worksheets, creating a new workbook, switching between workbooks, viewing multiple workbooks, hiding and unhiding a workbook, saving as a template, creating a workbook from a template using existing templates and online resources.
Lesson Seven:Protecting worksheet cells, applying and removing passwords, setting file properties, sharing workbooks, merging workbooks, tracking changes, accepting or rejecting changes, using the Document Inspector, marking a workbook as final, removing a password, adding a digital signature.
Lesson Eight: Using statistical function: COUNTA, COUNTBLANK, COUNTIF, using text functions: PROPER, UPPER; LOWER; CONCATENATE, using financial functions: PV; NPV; RATE, using nested functions.
Who Should Take This Course.
This course is aimed at people who are already performing complex calculations in Excel and who need to gain extra value from the application, or those who have already taken our Excel Course 2007/10 Part 1.
When Does The Course Start And Run?
You can start this course at any time (no waiting for term to start) and you choose your own timetable during our long opening hours:
Mon-Thurs, 09:00-20:00; Fridays 09:00-16:30, Saturdays 10:00-16:00.
You can decide to study daytimes, evenings or Saturdays or a blend of all of these, as it suits you!
Our friendly tutors are always with you to provide support and guidance as you study at either of our comfortable training centres.
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