This course covers Tips & Tricks on Microsoft Excel 2010. It assumes you have used Excel and are familiar with creating, editing & formatting worksheets. In a quick and lively manner this will cover what is new in this version of Excel and also show you some tips to increase your productivity in Excel and widen your skills. These tips also apply to Excel 2013 so videos 1,2,4,8 & 11 would be good background for Excel 2013 users.The course begins with a review of some basics of cell selection, copy, paste and formatting. Use of the format painter is shown in detail. A review of formula entry and the difference between absolute and relative formulas is covered. How to deal with errors and audit a worksheet is demonstrated. Intro to tables is next with examples of sorting & multilevel filtering. A Pivot Table is built from scratch in a simple and easy to understand manner and then it is filtered using data slicers and charted with Sparkline charts. The basics of creating & editing a chart, plotting trend lines, and other fancy chart formatting are demonstrated. The powerful analysis of conditional formatting is introduced and custom settings reviewed. Finally some basics on printing and spreadsheet layout are covered. Throughout the course the videos are quick, lively and clearly explained. If you don't have all day to spend on a course this will cover the highlights of what's new, a few basics and a little bit more in under an hour.
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Over 90% of businesses today and 100% of colleges use Excel. If you do not know Excel you will be at a distinct disadvantage. Whether you're a teacher, student, small business owner, scientist, homemaker, or big data analyst you will need to know Excel to meet the bare minimum requirements of being a knowledge worker in today's economy. But you should also learn Excel because it will simplify your work and personal life and save you tons of time which you can use towards other activities. After you learn the ropes, Excel actually is a fun application to use.
Amplify your spreadsheet skills by learning a series of really neat tips and tricks that you can immediately apply at your workplace or school or home.
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Copy, paste, Transpose,Paste Preview and other paste special like paste values
Formatting basics, live preview, font dialog, format painter, minitoolbar
Show examples of relative and absolute and how to manage these
Detect errors individually and in Errors tool.Do audit traces & print audit reports.
Creating a table, finding duplicates, sorting & filtering a table
Creating a basic Pivot table, formatting & pivoting views
Adding data slicers to a pivot table
Creating a chart & formatting options
Intro & examples of Conditional formatting including editing conditions
Printing options, page setup, formatting headers and footers
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