This Excel 2016 course will teach you how to do 3 advanced Excel charts. These charts will really enhance your reports and can be used to illustrate your data effectively. They will also reduce the amount of time it takes for you to prepare your reports.
A lot of courses teach the basic Excel charts built in but this Excel course uses a combination of Excel formulas and charts to really make some useful (and cool!) charts.
All the workbooks are provided and full support is given via the discussion forum. Stuck? Well don't be shy! Ask a question!
This course is also a bite size course. In less than one hour you will know these techniques. Give it a try. You have nothing to loose..but everything to gain.
This lecture shows you how to make chart bars that change colour automatically. Automate your reports and save time!
Quiz on chart bars
This lecture shows you how to make a chart which shows the max and min values dynamically! This method is great for weekly and monthly reports.
Quiz on max and min charts
This lecture will teach you how to make charts that self expand dynamically. This is a real cool way to automate your weekly reports.
Quiz on self expanding charts
Wrap up lecture to course:)
Our Udemy Excel courses have been developed to cover a wide range of needs for the Excel user. There is a course to suit everyone from beginners level to advanced. We provide all workbooks and full support via the discussion forums. Simply put our Excel courses use real life examples and not just theory to help you learn and improve yourself and give you proper skills you can use in your workplace.
Our Excel IT Consultant/Instructor Navin has been in the IT industry for approximately ten years. Recently featured nationwide in Costco Magazine, Navin has over 6 years experience as an Analyst. Having self-taught himself Microsoft Excel and VBA, he achieved MCAS (now known as Microsoft Office Specialist) certification in Excel in 2010. His work in Excel has been varied having worked on automating and streamlining reports to building and deploying real time dashboards to monitor performance.
During his time as an Analyst, he often assisted colleagues who needed problems solved in Excel. By relating the functions to use, to the context of their problem, his colleagues were able to grasp the concepts of what functions to use and in what context.
This spurned Navin's need to develop these range of Excel courses which to date have over 14,600 students enrolled. So please have a look at our range of fantastic courses and join us on our journey. You won't be disappointed.