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Online Training First Steps to Advanced Excel
Learn and boost up your Excel skills to advanced level in functions, formulas, macros and VBA that will asist you for your all taks with numbers, with data.Grow Your Competencies in Most Used Data Processing SoftwareUsage of Excel Toolbar FunctionsAdvanced Level FormulasBuilding MacorsCreating, Modifying VBAExpose Capabilities of Excel and Reveal Your PerformanceExcel is the most used data processing software both in proffesional and academic life. Analyze the data and results lead us to make decisions more proper and beneficial. Fast and accurate analysis bring us right decisions in conditions.Contents and OverviewThis course contains 28 Lectures and 1,5 hours of content, most is secreencasting also presentations, and documents to study.In Functions and Formulas Sections, you will learn how to use Excel skills better and other several ways to reach the result. Macro and VBA will give you totally a new ways to accomplish your tasks. More flexiable, reliable and automated.This course is for intermediate excel users, who want to improve his knowledge to advanced level. Also, advanced users are welcome to refresh their minds. New Excelers can learn much about what Excel is possible to fulfill, and i am sure that this course will encourage them to learn and use ExcelYou have some tasks which takes too much time, work load and possible errors, you will not to worry about those after this course.
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