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MODULE 1: Advanced Conditional FormattingLearning outcomes: Looking at the more advanced Conditional Formatting features and how to manage them effectively.Topics covered: Editing Standard Formatting RulesUsing Formulas in Conditional FormattingMODULE 2: Using Form Controls and TemplatesLearning outcomes: Introducing Form controls and using them to manage user interaction to help ensure they enter/search for information both accurately and effectively.Topics covered: Using Form ControlsCreating TemplatesMODULE 3: Advanced Lookup FunctionsLearning outcomes: An in-depth look into Excel’s specialist lookup functions and the concept of arrays.Topics covered: Using the Index FunctionUsing the Match FunctionUsing Index and Match TogetherUsing Index and Match with Array FormulaUsing the Indirect FunctionMODULE 4: Advanced Functions in ExcelLearning outcomes: Effectively using Error, Logical and Rounding functions along with array formulas.Topics covered: Using Error FunctionsUsing Logical FunctionsUsing Array FormulasUsing Rounding FunctionsMODULE 5: Advanced Pivot Table ToolsLearning outcomes: How to import Pivot Table data from external source along with adding custom fields and formulas.Topics covered: Importing Pivot Table DataCalculated Fields in Pivot TablesShowing Pivot Data as a PercentageCreating Custom Pivot Tables StylesMODULE 6: Introduction to User Defined Functions Using VBALearning outcomes: Using VBA to create specialist procedure and to define your own Excel functions.Topics covered: Creating a User Defined FunctionCreating an Interactive ProcedureCreate and Share a Function Add-in
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