Sit back and discover how to unleash the power of Excel with this in-depth video series, Total Training for Microsoft Excel 2007: Advanced. While creating pivot tables and macros seems daunting, you’ll be at ease learning some new techniques that will streamline your next data analysis project.
The Advanced course in Microsoft Excel 2007 will build on your beginner and intermediate level skills and knowledge, making you an expert on the subject. You will explore many key topics through the course such as how to analyse data, manage data, learn advanced functions, apply conditional filter and formatting and create and manipulate PivotCharts. Qualifying in this course will give you the opportunity to work in multiple sectors and industries. Excel is an application that is in-demand and if you have a thorough knowledge of it, you can use it effectively in the workplace impacting your performance and efficiency in your job.
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This course is comprised of the following modules:
From the day you purchase the course, you will have 12 months access to the online study platform. As the course is self-paced you can decide how fast or slow the training goes, and are able to complete the course in stages, revisiting the training at any time.
At the end of the course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for assessment and certification when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed the course.
Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate for Excel 2007: Advanced.
Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.
Once you successfully complete the Microsoft Excel 2007: Advanced course, you will gain a recognised qualification that will prove your expertise in Excel to potential employers and organisations. You can use this certification to gain entry to exciting career opportunities across a wide spectrum of industries.
The video tutorial series will help you to be more creative and unleash the power of MS Excel effectively. This course is an excellent training opportunity for those who are hoping to master Excel since you can learn the new advanced techniques of the tool and analyse the data successfully. A career with bright prospects await you with the completion of this course. According to www.payscale.uk, some of the key job positions along with the average UK salary per annum you can go for after completing this course will be as follows.
Bill Jelen is the host of MrExcel.com and the author of sixteen books about Microsoft® Excel® including Special Edition Using Excel 2007, Excel 2007 Miracles Made Easy, Pivot Table Data Crunching for Excel 2007, VBA & Macros for Microsoft Excel, Excel for Marketing Managers and Guerilla Data Analysis Using Microsoft Excel. He has made over 50 guest appearances on TV’s Call for Help with Leo Laporte and was voted guest of the year on the Computer America radio show.
His daily video podcast “Learn Excel from MrExcel” is a top 50 tech video podcast on iTunes. Bill will entertain you while showing you the powerful tricks in Excel.
Before founding MrExcel.com in 1998, Jelen spent twelve years “in the trenches”, as a financial analyst for the accounting, finance, marketing, and operations departments of a publicly held company. Since then, his company automates Excel reports for hundreds of clients around the world. The website answers over 30,000 questions a year – for free – for readers all over the world. Jelen joins us from Akron, Ohio.
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|1: SUMMARIZING DATA|
|1. Advanced Subtotals|
|2. Formatting the Subtotal Rows|
|3. Adding and Copying with Subtotals|
|4. Consolidating Data|
|5. Introducing the SUMIF Command|
|6. Working with the SUMIF Command|
|7. Using Array Formulas|
|8. Looking at AutoSum Tricks|
|9. Utilizing Fill Handle Tricks|
|2: WORKING WITH PIVOT TABLES|
|1. Creating a Pivot Table|
|2. Rearranging Fields in a Pivot Table|
|3. Explaining the Report Layout Options|
|4. Using the Report Filters Feature|
|5. Using Top 10 & Date Filters|
|6. Handling Blank Cells|
|7. Drilling Down in the Pivot Table|
|8. Sorting a Pivot Table|
|9. Formatting a Pivot Table|
|10. Creating Custom Formats|
|11. Explaining the Grouping Options|
|12. Adding Formulas to a Pivot Table|
|13. Changing a Calculation in a Pivot Table|
|14. Replicating a Pivot Table|
|15. Counting with a Pivot Table|
|16. Using Pivot Charts|
|3: CHARTING IN EXCEL|
|1. Charts Refresher|
|2. Moving, Sizing & Copying Charts|
|3. Formatting Charts|
|4. Formatting a Series|
|5. Exploring the Home & Format Ribbons|
|6. Deciding What Chart Format to Use|
|7. Show a Time Series with Column or Line Charts|
|8. Using Combination Charts|
|9. Using Line Chart Accessories|
|10. Using Bar Charts to Show Comparisons|
|11. Using Component Charts|
|12. Using Correlation Charts|
|13. Exploring Other Charts|
|14. Chart Lies Revealed & Advanced Chart Types|
|15. Creating a Custom Layout|
|4: GETTING VISUAL|
|1. Using Conditional Formatting|
|2. Using Advanced Conditional Formatting|
|3. Highlighting, Sorting & Filtering Columns|
|4. Using SmartArt Functions|
|5. Using Different SmartArt Graphics|
|6. Embedding a Formula into a Shape|
|5: CREATING POWERFUL FORMULAS|
|1. Using Goal Seek to Find an Answer|
|2. Auditing Formulas|
|3. Shrinking the Formula Bar|
|4. Understanding Errors|
|5. Joining Text Columns|
|6. Using Custom Formatting Codes|
|7. Pasting Values|
|10. Using Paste Special|
|9. Breaking Apart Text|
|10. Converting Text to Numbers|
|11. Using Date Functions|
|12. Using Bizarre Date Functions|
|13. Using Exponents|
|14. Using the VLOOKUP Function|
|15. Using Index Match|
|16. Using the Offset Function|
|17. Using the Convert Function|
|18. Looking at Interesting but Obscure Functions|
|19. Using the Rand Function|
|20. Working with Regression|
|21. Ranking & Sorting Formulas|
|6: RECORDING MACROS|
|1. Displaying the Developer Tab|
|2. Recording a Simple Macro|
|3. Simplifying the Macro|
|4. Recording Using Relative References|
|7: TIPS & TRICKS|
|1. Showing Off New Tips in Excel 2007|
|2. Tips for Handling Worksheets|
|3. Using Excel as a Word Processor|
|4. Miscellaneous Tips|
|5. Validating Data|
|6. Changing Text Entry Direction|
|7. Using Speak Cells|
|8. Final Comments & Credits|
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