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Excel Courses

Microsoft Excel courses and spreadsheet courses in general will help you learn how to create, update and manage spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel, taking you from spreadsheet basics through to more advanced functions, formulae and connecting to other programs.

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Excel courses

Excel courses can vary in their focus, some courses focussing more on the practical day-to-day use of databases, some on programming macros, while other courses focus on advanced formulae and features such as pivot tables. When choosing an Excel course, make sure you discuss your / your business’ goals with the course provider to ensure that the course is in the right format for you and that the course content is at the right level for your needs.

When selecting a course provider, consider the delivery format – whether they run scheduled Excel courses, in-house training or online / distance courses.

Features of Microsoft Excel

With Microsoft Excel, users can perform calculation, create analytical pivot tables, visualise results with Excel’s graphing tools, track and highlight important data trends and program macros using the VBA language.

Why take an Excel course?

  • Make fast, effective comparisons from lists of data
  • Get powerful analysis from your desktop
  • Save time, simplify your work and increase your productivity
  • Learn to use Excel’s collaborative tools
  • Learn to use the different versions of Excel – on mobile devices & on the web

Comparing data and charting results

A course in Microsoft Excel can open the powerful features and tools of this popular spreadsheet program. Learn to discover patterns or trends, which can improve your ability to analyze large data sets and lead to more informed decisions. To help analyse your data, you should also learn how to best use charts, giving you informative visual summaries of your data.

Connectivity in Microsoft Excel

As Microsoft Excel is part of the Microsoft Office suite, applications like Microsoft Access and Microsoft Word can "talk" to each other and to Excel and make use of each others' capabilities. This inter-connectivity enables easy creation of multiple letters (mail-merge) that deal with the same type of information, but change depending on the specific recipient.

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