PrintDURATION: 1 day
|TIME: 09:00 to 16:00 GMT|
This popular Microsoft Excel course has recently been upgraded to include the latest 2016 features designed to improve your performance when working with data. Attending this course will provide you with many new skills that will be directly relevant to your work.
Our Microsoft Excel frequent user course has a focus on managing, manipulating and analysing data using a range of simple and complex techniques. It also explores the use of more complex formulas in a business environment and includes techniques to simplify what could be complicated. We also investigate visual techniques that can be used to monitor information by users and managers. The course builds on shortcuts and techniques learnt during our Level 1 course. The course is structured but informal, and you will be encouraged to ask and answer questions throughout. At the end of the course you’ll be sent useful Excel downloads to support your learning and develop new skills. We currently use Microsoft Excel 2016 for this course linked to Office 365, SharePoint and OneDrive.
This course is suitable if you have had formal Excel training at level 1 or you are confident with the content covered in level 1. It is suitable for Office Staff, Finance teams, Managers, Project Managers, Supervisors, Business owners and Executives.
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This is a typical Excel course at our training centre at Whiteley in the Solent Business Park. In this case there are eight delegates from local companies attending a scheduled intermediate level course. Its a very relaxed atmosphere with every opportunity to learn new skills and efficient techniques.
Onsite: £795+VAT for up to 8 delegates on the same course. £75 for additional delegates up to a maximum of 10.
Minimum charge: £660+VAT for 4 delegates.
The files below will be used during training to help improve your performance.
On completion of this course you will have gained improved confidence when tasked to manage, manipulate and analyse business data; create a range of complex business formulas and provide solutions to resolve day to day problems.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
Format Painter rules – Quick Formatting – Clear Formatting – Formatting techniques in Business
Syntax rules for names – Using Formula AutoComplete – Types of Names – Scope of a Name – Getting the best out of Names
Single Column Sort – Freeze Panes – Split Box control – Multi-Column Sort – Simple and complex Filters – Subtotals Techniques – Pivot Table Reports
Common mistakes when creating formulas – Validate simple formulas – Create simple and complex IF statements – Nested IF Functions – IF with AND/OR
Function in detail – Function options – How to use in Business
Create simple Templates – Convert an existing workbook to a Template – Chart Templates – Template options
Selection techniques – Data structures – Best Practice
Use a range of shortcuts and time saving techniques