Microsoft Excel 2013 - Intermediate

5.0
1 opinion
  • A nicely exhibited course with phenomenal individual guidance from a mentor who was very much grounded in her subject and ready to react to an assortment of inquiries. The course material is extremely extensive similar to the PC based activities. Instruction was both centred and adaptable.
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In Nottingham

£ 180 VAT inc.
  • Typology

    Training

  • Level

    Intermediate

  • Location

    Nottingham

  • Class hours

    7h

  • Duration

    1 Day

  • Start

    Different dates available

Description

The course places particular emphasis on developing accurate and well-designed publications, employing sound design and documentation principles. You will acquire sufficient skills and knowledge in Microsoft Excel 2013 to enable you to develop your skills and techniques working with formulas and functions, advanced formatting, and charting features, data manipulation tools such as PivotTables and Goal Seeking.

Facilities

Location

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Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
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46-48 Alfreton Road Canning Circus, NG7 3NN

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To take into account

Upon Completion of the course delegates should be able to: Use filling techniques Use a range of techniques to work with worksheets Apply a variety of page setup techniques Applying borders to cells and ranges in a worksheet Using popular and common worksheet functions Creating complex formulas and functions Using a variety of financial functions Using date and time functions to perform calculations Creating and using defined names in a workbook Applying a range of number formatting techniques to worksheets cells Using Goal Seeking to determine the value required to reach a defined result Understanding and using Excel's Quick Analysis tools Working with tables in Microsoft Excel Understanding and creating simple PivotTables Using a range of elements and features to enhance charts Selecting and changing the format of objects in a chart

This course assumes some knowledge of working with spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel 2013 and preferably have completed the Microsoft Excel Beginner course. It would be beneficial to have a general understanding of personal computers and the operating system environment, especially in regard to working with files and folders.

The natural progression is MS Excel 2013 Advanced

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Opinions

4.5
  • A nicely exhibited course with phenomenal individual guidance from a mentor who was very much grounded in her subject and ready to react to an assortment of inquiries. The course material is extremely extensive similar to the PC based activities. Instruction was both centred and adaptable.
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Course rating

Recommended

Centre rating

Jez

5.0
28/11/2016
What I would highlight: A nicely exhibited course with phenomenal individual guidance from a mentor who was very much grounded in her subject and ready to react to an assortment of inquiries. The course material is extremely extensive similar to the PC based activities. Instruction was both centred and adaptable.
What could be improved: Nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

  • Excel
  • MS Excel
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft excel training
  • Sound
  • Design
  • Sound Design
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Documentation Principles
  • Charting Features
  • Formatting
  • Formulas And Functions
  • Data Manipulation Tools
  • Spreadsheets
  • Financial functions
  • Quick Analysis Tools
  • Workbook

Course programme

This Microsoft Excel 2013 Intermediate course aims to expand the skills and knowledge of existing users of Excel 2013 and in particular, in creating more productive workbooks. The course places particular emphasis on developing accurate and well-designed spreadsheets, employing sound design and documentation principles. You will acquire sufficient skills and knowledge in Microsoft Excel 2013 to enable you to develop your skills and techniques working with formulas and functions, advanced formatting, and charting features, data manipulation tools such as PivotTables and Goal Seeking.
£ 180 VAT inc.