Get yourself trained on Microsoft Excel Beginner with this Online Training Microsoft Excel Beginner and Intermediate with Certificate.
Online Training Microsoft Excel Beginner and Intermediate with Certificate
This is a beginner and intermediate Microsoft Excel training class that requires no prior knowledge of Excel. The training provided in this class covers MAC and PC. Ideal for students who use a MAC and just as applicable to students who use a PC. The class starts be describing the interface and then explains different functions a user can utilize to perform a variety of analysis. This is a beginner and intermediate level class, no prior excel experience necessary. Following is a list of topics covered in class: Layout Standard Toolbar Formatting Toolbar Home Tab Layout Tab Tables Tab Charts Tab Smart Art Formulas Data Review Functions Sum Average Max Min Count Vertical and Horizontal Lookup Vertical and Horizontal Lookup with Index SumIf and AverageIf The IF Statement Nested IF Statement Vlookup nested inside an if statement
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