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MODULE 1: Grouping & Outlining and SubtotalsLearning outcomes: Useful Excel functions to summarise a spreadsheet making the data easier to identify and explain.Topics covered: Outlining and Grouping DataUsing the Subtotals ToolMODULE 2: What-If AnalysisLearning outcomes: Tools designed to help with forecasting and finding solutions to complicated problems involving your spreadsheet’s data and formulas.Topics covered: Exploring ScenariosGoal Seek and Data TablesUsing SolverMODULE 3: PivotTablesLearning outcomes: Creating Pivot Tables in order to display and summarise large quantities of data effectively.Topics covered: Getting Started with PivotTablesDisplaying Data in a PivotTableFormatting a PivotTableUsing the Classic PivotTable LayoutSlicersMODULE 4: Charting Pivoted DataLearning outcomes: Introducing Pivot Charts, adding specialist pivot charts to the already excellent Pivot Table feature.Topics covered: Getting Started with PivotChartsUsing the PivotChart Tools TabsFormatting a PivotChartMODULE 5: Advanced Excel TasksLearning outcomes: Here we will look at sharing Excel files along with adding hyperlinks and Custom AutoFill Lists.Topics covered: Excel and HyperlinksUsing Custom AutoFill ListsSharing WorkbooksMODULE 6: Creating HLOOKUP and VLOOKUP FunctionsLearning outcomes: Exploring the different Lookup functions, and how to add further functionality to a spreadsheet to reference particular data quickly and effectively.Topics covered: Using the VLOOKUP FunctionUsing the LOOKUP FunctionMODULE 7: Introduction to Macros in ExcelLearning outcomes: Explore how to create your own Macros and introducing Visual Basic for Applications, the application Macros are created in.Topics covered: Recording and Playing MacrosCopying and Deleting MacrosVisual Basic and Macros
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