Get yourself trained on Microsoft Excel Data with this Online Training Microsoft Excel Data Analysis and Dashboard Reporting.
Online Training Microsoft Excel Data Analysis and Dashboard Reporting
Microsoft Excel is one of the most powerful and popular data analysis desktop applicationon the market today. By participating in this Microsoft Excel Data Analysis and Dashboard Reporting course you’llgain the widely sought after skills necessary to effectively analyze large sets of data. Once the data has been analyzed, clean and prepared for presentation, you will learn how to present the data in an interactive dashboard report.The Excel Analysis and Dashboard Reporting course covers some of the most popular data analysis Excel functions and Dashboard tools, including;VLOOKUP() Function for Looking up InformationINDEX()/MATCH()Functions a PowerfulAlternative to VLOOKUPTEXT() Function for FormattingCHOOSE() for Ultimate Flexibility in Presenting DataAdvanced FilteringSummarizing Data with PivotTables and Pivot ChartsInteractive Features to Create User Friendly ReportsVBAMagic to Create Dynamic Contentand more…What’s Included in the Course:30+ Video Lectures to Follow Along and Practice the Concepts of Excel Data Analysis and Dashboard ReportingDownloadable Exercise FilesInstructor Support through the QASection Found within the Course – Ask Your Questions!Build a Real World Excel Dashboard30 Day Money Back GuaranteeJoin me in this course and take your Microsoft Excel skills to new heights. The skills you learn will help streamline your efforts in managing and presenting Microsoft Excel data.See you in the course!
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