About the Course
In this competitive world, good knowledge of Excel can help you to grow faster. This program includes all those feature and function that can help you to use this tool better in lesser time. Just 4 sessions of 4 hours each can take you to the next level in your day to day Job
Topics CoveredTraining Course:
- Excel Basics.
- Keyboard Shortcuts and Commands.
- Working with Ribbon Tabs.
- Advance techniques of Copy and Paste.
- Basics about Date and Time.
- How to use Auto List.
- Wild Characters.
(How to make powerful use of Wild Characters, Find, Replace and Go To. How date and time works in excel, how to create different QAT for different files and much more…..)
Formats, Conditional Formatting & Sorting:
- Cell Format basics.
- Data Bars, Color Scales & Icon Sets.
- Conditional formatting with formulas.
- Conditional formatting with Form Controls.
- Sorting basic.
- Sorting based on Customized List.
- Customized Sorting (Advanced).
(What are commonly committed errors and how to overcome them, different type of conditional formatting, creating customized list and sorting on the basis of customized list).
- Data Validation and dealing with Invalid Data.
- Group and Outline Data.
- Data Filter.
- Data Consolidation.
- Data text to column.
- Custom Views.
(Consolidating data vertically and horizontally on few clicks (without using any formula), Viewing & printing multiple reports on same data and same sheet on click of button and much more……….).
Formula’s & Functions:
- Text Formula’s (Left, Right, Trim, Len, Upper, Lower, Proper etc.).
- Lookup Formula’s (Vlookup, Hlookup, Index, Transpose, Row, Column etc.).
- Logical Formula’s (If, And, Or, etc.).
- Date & Time (Day, Month, Year, Date, Datevalue, EOMonth, Workday etc.).
- Math & Trig (Sumif, Sumifs, Sumproduct etc.).
(Do you really know what Vlookup can do?)
- Vlookup can extract value from multiple tables on multiple sheets.
- Using Vlookup for two way lookup. (Vertically and Horizontally at same time).
- Vlookup can calculate Income Tax on any Income falling in any slab.
- Using Vlookup for ageing analysis.
- When to have Range lookup True in Vlookup and how it impacts?
Similarly lot of advanced functionality will be shared in other formulas like CAGR, different ways of calculating CAGR, using formulas with reference to Name Manager, what formulas can do when they are used with wild characters).
Charts & Graphs:
- Chart Basics, Line Chart, Column Chart.
- Bubble Chart.
(How to create multiple chart type in one graph, using primary and secondary axis for different chart type in one chart, how to make best use of newly added feature of sparklines).
- Pivot Table (Including Slicer).
- Scenario Modeling.
- Advanced Filters.
(See how to add customized data in Pivot-Table, how to generate multiple reports on a press of button in Pivot Table, How to use newly added feature of slicer in pivot table, Creating customized reports from Advanced Filter on few clicks, what are advantages and disadvantages of using scenario modeling).
Introduction to Form Controls, Macros & VBA:
- Introduction to Form Controls.
- Introduction to Macros & VBA.
- Create and Edit a Macro.
- Absolute and Relative with reference to Macro.
(We will see what exactly we can do with VBA, when to use absolute and relative reference in Macros).
- 3D Reference.
- Customizing standard Excel options to user specific needs.
- Different techniques to remove duplicate.
- Talk to Excel.
- Mini Word in Excel.
- Screenshot and its usage (Newly added feature).
- Data Protection.
- Dealing with Objects.
(In this section we will learn as how we can work on multiple sheets at one time, customizing excel as per user’s need, working with objects, Mini word in Excel and use newly added features of Excel 2010 for better presentation).
Who should attendCorporate Professionals having basic knowledge of Excel
Pre-requisitesBasic Knowledge of Excel
What you need to bringLap Top
Key TakeawaysParticipants will learn Advanced Formulas, Pivot Table, Advanced Validation, Conditional Formatting, Scenario Manager, Charts, Macros etc.