Excel 2013 Advanced Video Tutorial Course

CareerVision Training

£ 75 - (Rs 6,122)
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  • Distance learning
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• Format: DVD-ROM
• Duration: 10 Hours (128 lessons)
• Instructor: Guy Vaccaro
• Platform: Windows PC or Mac
• Date Released 29-01-2013

In this advanced training course for Microsoft Excel 2013, expert author Guy Vaccaro takes you beyond the basics of Excel, and teaches you how to use the advanced features and functions in this spreadsheet program from Microsoft.

You will start with basic operations such as SUM, MIN, and MAX, as well as conditional mathematical functions. Guy proceeds to instruct you on using IF statements to control conditions. You will learn how to perform data lookups using VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP, and how to create Sparklines.

Important information

Requirements: This is a DVD Video Tutorial Course which is shipped to you. Work through the video tutorials at your own pace. If you have the software you can practice along with the instructor using the same exercise files as the instructor which are included on the DVD. The narrated training videos demonstrate the key tools and professional techniques helping you to work faster and smarter. All the concepts of each application are explained clearly and precisely. The DVD works on PC and Mac. You can jump to and from lessons and work at your own pace.


Where and when

Starts Location
Distance Learning

What you'll learn on the course

Conditional Mathematical Functions

Course programme

01. Getting Started
0101 Will I Be Able To Keep Up?
0102 Using The Included Files
0103 New For 2013: Its All In The Cloud
0104 The Very Clever Flash Fill
02. Using Mathematical Functions
0201 The Basic SUM, COUNT, MIN, And MAX
0203 SUMIF For Selective Adding Up
0204 COUNTIF For Selective Counting
0205 AVERAGEIF For The Mean Of Selected Cells
0206 Multiple Criteria Within SUMIF, COUNTIF, And AVERAGEIF
0207 Area And Volume Calculations
03. IF Functionality
0301 IF Syntax And Uses
0302 Nesting The IF Statement
0303 Use Of The AND Operator Within An IF
0304 Use Of The OR Operator Within An IF
0305 The NOT Operator Within AND And OR Statements
0306 Display Cell Formulas In Another Cell
04. Performing Data Lookups
0401 VLOOKUP: Syntax And Usage
0402 VLOOKUP In Live Action
0403 HLOOKUP: Variation On A Theme
0404 Using A Near Match In The Lookup
0405 Dealing With Missing Data In A Lookup
0406 Managing The Lookup Table
0407 Lookups Nested Within Lookups
05. Sparklines
0501 Creating A Sparkline
0502 Altering The Design Of Sparklines
0503 Dealing With Empty Cells
0504 Comparing Sparklines Within A Sparkline Group
0505 Removing Sparklines From A Worksheet
06. Further Mathematical Functions
0601 Working With Time In Excel
0602 Calculations Using Time
0603 Useful Time And Date Functions
0604 Rounding Decimal Places
0605 MOD And INT Functions And Uses
0606 Generate And Use A Random Number
0607 Loan And Investment Calculations
0608 Loan Calculation Elements And Functions
07. Outlining
0701 Create An Outline Automatically
0702 Adding An Outline Manually
0703 Editing And Removing Outlining
08. Scenarios
0801 Setting Up A Set Of Scenarios
0802 Displaying And Editing The Different Scenarios
0803 How To Work Out Which Scenario You Are Displaying
0804 Merging And Deleting Scenarios
0805 Producing A Summary Of Scenarios
09. Custom Views
0901 Custom Views Explained
0902 Use Of Outlining To Help Setup Custom Views
0903 Editing And Deleting Custom Views
0904 Add Quick Access To Custom Views
10. Functions For Manipulating Text
1001 LEFT And RIGHT: Text Manipulation
1002 LEN And TRIM: String Extractions
1003 FIND And MID: Text Functions Working Together
1004 CONCATENATE: Building Strings From Multiple Cells
1005 Changing Case Functions
1006 REPLACE And SUBSTITUTE: Two More String Manipulation Functions
1007 Use Of CHAR Function For More Obscure Characters
1008 Formatting Numeric And Date Values Using TEXT
1009 Keeping The Values Created By String Manipulation
11. Arrays
1101 Arrays And Creating A New Array Formula
1102 Array Formulas With IF Statements
1103 Conditional Evaluation With No IFs
1104 The Array-Only TRANSPOSE Function
12. Useful Data Functions
1201 Using The MATCH Function
1202 How The INDEX Function Works
1203 Handling Out Of Range Index Requests
1204 The CHOOSE Lookup Function
1205 MATCH And INDEX Functions Working Together
13. Some Other Useful Functions
1301 Introducing IS Functions
1302 Error Checking Using ISERR, ISERROR, And IFERROR
1303 OFFSET Function Syntax
1304 OFFSET Function: Creating A Dynamic Named Range
1305 INDIRECT Function To Build Dynamic Formulas
1306 Dealing With INDIRECT Errors
1307 The CELL Function And Determining File Or Sheet Names
14. Auditing And Troubleshooting Formulas
1401 What Are Tracer Arrows
1402 Adding And Removing Tracer Arrows
1403 Auditing Tools: Error Checking And Tracing
1404 Step-By-Step Formula Processing
1405 Using The Watch Window In Troubleshooting
15. PivotTables
1501 What Is A PivotTable?
1502 The New Recommended PivotTable Route
1503 Creating Your Own PivotTables
1504 Changing The Formatting And Formulas In PivotTable Summaries
1505 Creating Multiple PivotTables On The Same Dataset
1506 Moving And Deleting PivotTables
1507 Making Use Of The Report Filter Options
1508 Sorting The PivotTable Columns
1509 Refreshing A PivotTable
1510 Drilling Down Behind The Pivot Numbers
1511 Multiple Fields In Row, Column, Or Data Sections
1512 Controlling Grand Totals And Subtotals
1513 Dealing With Empty Cells And Other Additional Options
1514 PivotTable Styles
1515 Creating Your Own PivotTable Styles
1516 Creating And Using Calculated Fields
1517 Using The New Timeline Filter Option
1518 Adding And Using The Data Slicer
1519 Using Data From An SQL Server In A PivotTable
1520 Managing The External Connection To SQL Server
16. PivotCharts
1601 Creating A PivotChart
1602 Changing The Fields Used In A PivotChart
1603 Formatting The PivotChart
1604 Changing The PivotChart Type
1605 Filtering A PivotChart
1606 Hiding The PivotChart Buttons
1607 Moving And Deleting PivotCharts
17. Goal Seek And Solver
1701 What-If Analysis Using Goal Seek
1702 Activating The Solver Add-In
1703 Using Solver To Complete A What-If
1704 Adding Constraints To Solver
18. Macros
1801 What Is A Macro
1802 Creating And Running Your First Macro
1803 Saving Workbooks With Macros
1804 Macro Security Settings For Workbooks With Macros
1805 The Personal Macro Workbook
1806 Deleting Macros
1807 Use Of Relative Or Absolute Referencing
1808 Trigger A Macro With A Keyboard Shortcut
1809 Formatting With A Macro
1810 Switch Scenarios And Views With Macros
1811 Use Of Worksheet Buttons To Trigger Macros
1812 Customizing Form Buttons And Other Shape Triggers
1813 Assigning Macros To Ribbon Icons
1814 Create Your Own Ribbon
1815 View And Edit Macro Code
1816 Add An Are You Sure Box To Macros
19. Summary And Credits
1901 What Have I Learned
1902 About The Author