Are you proficient in Excel? Being able to organize and analyze information quickly is an essential productivity skill. Excel training is the easiest way to gain these skills quickly.
Below is a list of our most common Excel training courses. Our courses are customizable, we can mix and match our advanced excel training topics with basic and intermediate skills and create a specialized class designed to meet your specific needs. Our goal is to provide the best excel training in the most efficient and flexible time format.
The following course is designed for Excel beginners.
Are you proficient in Excel? Maintaining and creating spreadsheets is a requirement for almost every office job. This short hands-on workshop teaches the most essential skills needed to maintain workbooks. Topics include:
The best shortcuts in Excel are the calculations available through formulas and functions. The Excel Intermediate four-hour course walks you through what you need to know to be well versed in Excel’s most common functions. Topics include:
The Excel Advanced course explores the reporting features of Excel. From creating visualizations through conditional formatting, charts, and graphs, filtering information through a table, and summarizing a data list with pivot tables, this course explains the endless possibilities of analyzing and reporting data with Excel. Topics include:
This course explains the Excel tools that help teams work together and share information. Trainees will also learn how to create intuitive spreadsheets using advanced functions that combine different logical and lookup functions. Topics include:
Visualization is the key when reporting numbers. Excel Productivity Tips for Advanced users presents advanced conditional formatting, charting, and pivot table tips to help experienced Excel users create reporting visualizations from their data. Topics include:
The Automating Excel course provides the final step to customizing and sharing a workbook. This hands-on workshop teaches users how to import and query data from outside sources, create data user forms, and automate the workbook using macros. Users will also learn how to create dynamic PivotTables by relating more than one table. Topics include:
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