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Apply Excel to Real-World Data Problems
This training is aimed at helping you to learn the best APPROACH to solving problems in Excel. It is a very practical course which takes a particular problem as a starting point and teaches you how to go about solving it.
The fastest way to learn anything is to get your hands dirty with the practical aspects of it and that is what this course does with Microsoft Excel. It gives you an opportunity to fine-tune your “THINKING IN EXCEL” terms. In the course, you will find detailed explanation of why a particular method was chosen in a particular scenario. This allows you to do a comparative study in terms of what your own approach would have been.
The lessons are structured so as to focus on a set of tools/techniques/formulae at a time. In the course, you will learn
How to manage and manipulate data in MS Excel
Cell references that are available in Excel (Absolute vs Relative Cell references)
Array Formulae and how to use them
Numerical, Text, Date Functions and Formulae
Various Look-Up Scenarios and Functions as well as Dynamic Referencing (including XLOOKUP)
Different Charting and Dashboard Techniques
Other Excel tools including Data Validation, Conditional Formatting, Goal Seek, External Data Links etc.
The lectures have been recorded on Microsoft 365. However, almost all the features work on any version beyond Excel 2007. Wherever a particular feature is not compatible with the older versions, it has been pointed out and more importantly, alternatives approaches have been discussed.
This course is guaranteed to teach you Microsoft Excel in the most practical way. Once enrolled, you will have access to this Excel course for the rest of your life. You will always be able to come back to this course to review material or to learn new material about how to use Excel.
Try this course for yourself and see how quickly and easily you too can learn Microsoft Excel.