Free Mastering MS Excel course
Master MS Excel 2010-2016 in 5hrs of easy to follow videos
Use MS Excel to advance their career and improve their job prospects.
Use MS Excel to achieve outputs more quickly, effiecently and intelligently.
The Mastering MS Excel is aimed at MS Excel 2010 to 2016. The course videos are based on MS Excel 2016, used on a Windows computer. No prior knowledge of MS Excel is required. The course will take you from the beginner level to the advanced level.
The course focuses on those aspects that are important in everyday working life and helps you get the most out of MS Excel. Intermediate users will also benefit from this course as it covers the in-depth topics of Complex Charts, PivotTables, PivotCharts and Interactive Dashboards.
The course is aimed at job seekers trying to gain MS Excel Skills for todays job market. It will also help existing workers, who use MS Excel, to fascinate and astound their colleagues and managers with their newly gained skills.
Chapter 1 covers important definitions of the terms : spreadsheet, workbook, worksheet and cell. It also covers how to start MS Excel, and the layout of the window, including the ribbon menu.
Chapter 2 is editing and looks at font sizes, types, colors, text alignment, text wrap, merging cells, borders and shading.
Chapter 3 looks at formatting cells as decimals, currency, percent and date&time.
Chapter 4 opens up new opportunities for you to dazzle people. We discuss conditional formatting.
Chapter 5 looks at how you can move easily and quickly around a worksheet containing data. You will be impressed.
Chapter 6 covers copying, cutting, pasting and moving data
Chapter 7 is the longest chapter and looks at the most powerful feature of excel that sets it apart from other applications. You will learn about formulas and cover functions such as If, Nested Ifs, Count functions, String functions, DateTime functions, Random number generator functions and more.
Chapter 8 delves into the powerful VLookUp function. You’ll wonder how you ever managed without it.
Chapter 9 slows down to a more gentle pace, giving your tired brain a rest, by covering sorting and filtering data.
Chapter 10 will dazzle you with creating Graphs, or Charts, as it is called in Excel. We’ll start with simple graphs and end with some complex ones that very few people know how to create.
Chapter 11 teaches you about a tool that makes data analysis easy-pezee. It’s the awesome Pivot table.
Chapter 12 takes this one step further with the power of pivot charts and slicers. We’ll also show you how to create an INTERACTIVE dashboard.
Chapter 13 shows you how to make your life easier by formatting your data as tables.
Chapter 14 covers Macros. This makes repetitive tasks easy-peeze.
Chapter 15 covers the remaining exciting concepts of: Removing duplicate data rows, defining named ranges, creating a pick list using data validation, protecting your sheet and workbook, inserting fancy graphics. And finally creating a Contents sheet.
Be rest assured that this course does not cover VBA programming. All that you learn is done without any programming.
Best of luck in your future endeavours.
Course Published By Mr Alvin Pillay (Average rating- 4.5/5, Total Ratings- 176 )
Short Biography of Instructor:
I am an engineer with over 20 years expierence using Microsoft Office products. I have used MSAcess and MSExcel for various data migration and data analysis projects. More recently I have been doing a lot of work with MSExcel VBA. With the knowledge I have gained, I thought it beneficial that I share this with others that are wanting to get up to speed quickly with MSExcel VBA.