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Advanced Microsoft® Excel® PivotTables You know the basics of PivotTables - now become a power user. To be truly proficient in using PivotTables in Excel®, you need to know more than just the basic techniques of...
Learn how to unlock powerful Excel® formulas and features. Anyone using Excel® invariably needs to create and understand how to use formulas and functions.
Master some of Excel's® most advanced functions that give you tremendous capabilities to tackle a myriad of statistical, mathematical and financial challenges.
Learn several important features of Excel® that comprise a powerful set of techniques that can assist you solve a variety of what-if-questions.Whenever you want to explore the impact of using different variables when...
Take an advanced approach to financial reporting using the power of Excel®.In this presentation Excel® expert David H. Ringstrom, will walk you through creating a dashboard to facilitate analyzing a general ledger...
Learn what's happening behind the scenes in your Excel® workbook. Excel®-based modeling and calculating are important components in many budgeting, reporting, and monitoring projects.
Microsoft® Excel® Formatting Issues and Techniques Almost everyone using excel has at one point wanted to make a presentation look better whether it is a live presentation or you want to print something.
If you don't know how to create an Excel® Pivot Table - you will by the end of this program.Any Excel® user who maintains database like data invariably needs tools to manage and analyze the data beyond mere sorting...
Microsoft® Excel® for Mac - Timesaving (and Jaw-Dropping) Productivity Tips Technology is changing rapidly every year and it is important to keep up with your skills and work to continuously improve your skills.
Don't be afraid of macros - learn how to create and effectively use them.When you find yourself repeating actions in Excel®, whether it's a five-step sequence you use when formatting a certain cell type or the 30 steps...
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