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  • Date: 10-09-2015, 00:59
10-09-2015, 00:59

Practical Excel 2013 - Intermediate & Advanced

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Practical Excel 2013 - Intermediate & Advanced
Udemy - Practical Excel 2013 - Intermediate & Advanced
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 44 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 6 Hours | 433 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Take your skills to the next level. Save time and headache and recession-proof your job by becoming a master user.

This course takes up where the Excel 2013 Fundamentals course leaves off. It covers a wide variety of Excel topics, ranging from intermediate to advanced level. You will learn a wide variety of Excel functions, tips for creating readable and correct formulas, a number of useful data analysis tools, how to import external data into Excel, and tools for making your spreadsheets more professional. To learn Excel quickly and effectively, download the companion exercise files so you can follow along with the instructor by performing the same actions he is showing you on the videos.



***** COURSE UPDATED: July 2015 *****

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There are two questions you need to ask yourself before learning Excel. 1. Why should you learn Excel in the first place? 2. What is the best way to learn?

The answer for the first question is simple. Over 90% of businesses today and 100% of colleges use Excel. If you do not know Excel you will be at a distinct disadvantage. Whether you're a teacher, student, small business owner, scientist, homemaker, or big data analyst you will need to know Excel to meet the bare minimum requirements of being a knowledge worker in today's economy. But you should also learn Excel because it will simplify your work and personal life and save you tons of time which you can use towards other activities. After you learn the ropes, Excel actually is a fun application to use.

The answer to the second question is you learn by doing. Simple as that. Learn only that which you need to know to very quickly get up the learning curve and performing at work or school. Our course is designed to help you do just that. There is no fluff content and the course is packed with bite-sized videos and downloadable course files (Excel workbooks) in which you'll follow along with the instructor (learn by doing).

If you want to learn Excel quickly, land that job, do well in school, further your professional development, save tons of hours every year, and learn Excel in the quickest and simplest manner then this course is for you!

You'll have lifetime online access to watch the videos whenever you like, and there's a Q&A forum right here on Udemy where you can post questions.

We are so confident that you will get tremendous value from this course. Take it for the full 30 days and see how your work life changes for the better. If you're not 100% satisfied, we will gladly refund the full purchase amount!

Take action now to take yourself to the next level of professional development. Click on the TAKE THIS COURSE button, located on the top right corner of the page, NOW...every moment you delay you are delaying that next step up in your career...

What are the requirements?

Microsoft Office 2013
What am I going to get from this course?

Over 77 lectures and 5.5 hours of content!
How to use intermediate to advanced Excel functions from various categories (counting/summing/averaging, math, text, date/time, statistical, financial, reference, and logical) to solve practical problems
More advanced tips for working with formulas, including formula auditing and formula evaluation
How to use Excel's many powerful tools for data analysis, including tables, pivot tables, data tables, Goal Seek, and Solver
How to use Excel's tools for importing external data from databases, text files, and the Web
How to use a number of intermediate to advanced tools for adding professional touches to your spreadsheets, including data validation, workbook/worksheet protection, scenarios, form controls, and recording macros
An introduction to several tools new to Excel 2013, including Flash Fill for text pattern recognition and several data analysis tools (Quick Analysis, the Excel Data Model, and the PowerPivot and Power View add-ins)
What is the target audience?

Any competent Excel users who aspire to becoming Excel "power users
Practical Excel 2013 - Intermediate & Advanced
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