Microsoft Excel 2007 Advanced Function Writing

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Currently scheduled dates for this training course
Location AUG SEP OCT NOV View later dates

London

Middlesex Street, E1

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Tabernacle Street, EC2

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Overview

In Microsoft Excel 2007 courses: Level 1 and Level 2, you would have learnt to write formulas and functions to perform calculations using a variety of techniques. This course takes function writing to the next level and teaches you many more functions within Microsoft Excel 2007. It introduces you to additional keyboard commands, shortcuts and features related to writing functions.

The target students for this course are people who want to get the most out of their data by learning various analysis functions. Whether you are an account manager, an IT worker or someone who needs to regularly manipulate Microsoft Excel 2007 worksheet data, this course will show many functions and their capabilities.

Overview
You will use the advanced features of Microsoft Excel 2007 to attain a high degree of proficiency as an Excel power user within the area of writing functions.
This course is designed for intermediate/advanced Microsoft Excel professionals who may work or be interested in the domains of finance, statistics, project analysis, market analysis or general data manipulation.

You will be introduced to various new function compositions, and introduced to Functions that have been added in different versions of Excel 2003/2007.

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students need to be able to:

Demonstrate a good working knowledge of Microsoft Windows
Demonstrate a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel 2007
Understand basic functions such as Sum and Average and how they are written
Write and edit a variety of basic formulas using Excel functions

To ensure your success, we recommend the following courses have been undertaken, or equivalent knowledge gained:

Please Note: If you attend a course and do not meet the prerequisites you may be asked to leave.

Delegates will learn how to

  • Review topics covered on prior courses
  • Work with IF and related functions with IF in their name
  • Nest functions together, not just nested IFs
  • Work with array functions
  • Calculate with both nested and array combined functions to maximise your formula
  • Use a variety of lookup and reference functions
  • Manage and manipulate date and time functions in a spreadsheet
  • Control text values with text related functions

Course Outline.

  • Function Writing Review
  • Review of Basic Functions
  • The IF Functions
  • Nested Functions
  • Array Functions
  • Lookup and Reference Functions
  • Date and Time Functions
  • Working with Text Functions
  • Appendix - Rounding Numbers

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