Getting More Out of Microsoft Excel for Advanced Tasks
Course Code: VTLOKEAX6
Duration: 2 Days (14 Hours)
Nowadays knowing how to use Excel is no longer an option as many jobs require advanced Excel skills. Be empowered to use Excel beyond simple data entry and formulas.
In this 2-day hands-on guided course you will learn how to write advanced excel formulas, auditing and debugging errors in formulas and to combine formulas with conditional formatting to highlight data meaningfully. To have a good understanding of Excel features like templates, tables and how to establish relationship between tables to create impressive workbooks for reporting.
Be amazed by some of the advanced pivot table features like data model to integrate data from multiple tables, with grouping, slicers and timeline to analyse massive amounts of data with just a few clicks. Exploring the power of database tools, consolidation of data from different worksheets, validation of data, analysing data with Sparkline and the what-if Analysis tools, and knowing how to automate tasks in Excel through macro recording.
You will also get a peek into the timesaver Quick Analysis tools, New Templates and Smart Lookup features that are available in Excel 2016 version. Designed with exercises to enforce what is taught to give you better understanding of Excel’s functionality.
This course is for
Learners who have attended our Microsoft Excel 2016 Basic to Intermediate course or for users with good working knowledge and experience in using Microsoft Excel 2010/2013.
Public Sector – Division 1, 2 & 3
Private Sector – Applicable to All
- Working with templates
- Mastering data consolidation for summary reports
- Using Excel auditing tools to audit worksheet formula
- Applying advanced functions
- Using data validation to speed-up data entry and improve accuracy
- Working with tables and relationship
- Sorting data
- Working with Outline and SubTotal
- Applying basic and advanced filtering techniques
- Apply Data Model technique
- Using PivotTable and PivotChart
- Performing data analysis
- Using Sparkline to visualize the data
- Working with macros
Questions to Ask Yourself
I’m very experienced in using an earlier version of Microsoft Excel; can I sign up for this course without attending the Basic to Intermediate course?
Yes, you can but ONLY IF you are very familiar with the Excel 2010 or 2013 features covered in our basic to intermediate module.
For Your DelightRefreshments are provided for morning and afternoon tea breaks.
A Certificate of Attendance will be given subject to 90% attendance.
We can tailor this course to suit your needs in terms of course dates, times and location. If you are an organisation, we can further customise the course to meet your training needs and requirements.