Microsoft Excel - Level 3 - Advanced
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This course covers the advanced tools in Excel. You’ll learn how to create custom cell formats. You’ll start to learn about Pivot Tables, the slicer tool, Macros and how to record steps to common tasks. You’ll learn how to trace and watch changes with cells and formulae.
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|Section 1: Advanced Formatting|
This section includes the exercise files for Excel Level 3. Please download these before you start the course.
Orientation of textPreview
Merge and centre optionsPreview
Find and Select OptionsPreview
Paste special optionsPreview
|Section 2: Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts|
What is a Pivot table?
How to create a Pivot table
Working with an existing Pivot table
|Section 3: Macros|
Running an existing MacroPreview
Recording a macro
Recording a macro using relative referencing
Deleting a macro
Assigning a macro to a command button on the Quick Access Toolbar
Applying modifications to a Macro
|Section 4: Forms|
The data form
Inserting form controls and setting their properties
|Section 5: Advanced Window Options|
Using New window
Advanced Worksheet protection
|Section 6: Working with Formulae|
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