18 and older
This jam-packed, fast-paced class provides an overview of the most powerful and time-saving Excel techniques. In addition, you will receive a complete 5-volume set of Excel course materials from the above courses (with related data files).
With this complete reference library you will be able follow along in class as well as review additional topics that were not covered in the two-day event. Individuals preparing for their MOS Certification who need a quick Excel refresher class might also find this course of interest.
You already know Excel and have been working with it for years. In the past, other Excel users might have even turned to you for assistance. But with all of the new features in Excel, your skills have not kept pace. To regain your edge, you don’t need an introduction class or a class on a single topic. You need a fast-paced overview. A class that will bring you up to speed on the latest features of Excel across all topics such as charting, database features, pivot tables, multiple worksheets, advanced functions and even an introduction to Macros. If you have a good foundation in Excel and want to be a Power User, this class is for you!
Who should not take this class
If you are a novice Excel user, this class is not for you. Because this class is fast-paced, the instructor will not be able to stop and help individuals who do not meet the prerequisites and who do not know the basics of Excel. If you are new to the product, you will need to first take the Introduction to Excel class and then gain several months of experience creating worksheets before registering for the Power User class. For details on the entry-level course, go toIntroduction to Excel
This class is not for beginning Excel users. The typical candidate for this class will be either self-taught or will have had some formal training in Excel and will have used Excel for 2 or more years.
Tips and Short-cuts from “Introduction to Excel”
Working with Constant Values and Formulas
Modifying Columns and Rows
Select Topics from “Excel Charts, Formatting & Reportin
Working with Charts
Using Styles, Themes, and Templates
Working with Formatting
Using Print Options
Using Excel Data in Other Office Applications
Select Topics from “Excel Database Features and Pivot Tables”
Using Table Features
Working with Data
Creating and Working with PivotTables
Select Topics from “Excel Workbooks, Formulas & Functions”
Working with Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks
Working with Financial and Date Functions
Working with Logical Functions
Working with Lookup and Reference Functions
Working with Data Analysis Tools
Select Topics from "Excel Macros"