Microsoft Excel 2013 - Level 3 / Advanced

Learn advanced features of Excel.

Course Outline

Students will learn more of the advanced features of Excel. They will acquire upper-level skills, which will allow them to get the most bang for their buck from this powerful software. Attendees will look at working with scenarios, using Solver, the Analysis ToolPak, and PivotTable features and developing macros. Other features such as conditional formatting, slicers, the Inquire Add-In, and tracking changes are also covered. If time allows, an introductory lesson on Power Pivot and Power View will be covered.

What You'll Learn
Students will learn how to:
  • Work with Scenarios
  • Use Goal Seek, Solver, and VLookup
  • Analyze Data
  • Manage Data
  • Work with Slicers
  • Work with PivotTable
  • Use the Inquir

Outline
Working with Scenarios
  • Creating Scenarios
  • Loading Scenarios
  • Merging Scenarios
  • Editing Scenarios
  • Creating a Scenario Summary Report
  • Deleting Scenarios
 
Using Goal Seek, Solver and VLookup
  • Setting up the Worksheet
  • Using Goal Seek
  • Running Solver
  • Generating Reports and Scenarios with Solver
  • Modifying Constraints
  • Setting Solver Options
  • Use VLookup
 
Analyzing Data
  • Enabling the Analysis ToolPak
  • Using Data Analysis Tools
  • Using Data Tables
  • Managing Data
  • Consolidating Information
  • Removing Duplicates
  • Configuring Data Validation
  • Transposing Data
  • Converting Text to Columns
 
Working with Slicers
  • Inserting and Using a Slicer
  • Renaming the Slicer
  • Changing Slicer Settings
  • Formatting a Slicer
  • Clearing the Slicer
 
Introduction to PivotTable (covered more in-depth in Excel 2013 PivotTable)
  • Creating a Basic PivotTable
  • Creating a Basic PivotChart
  • Using the PivotTable Fields Pane
  • Adding Calculated Fields
  • Sorting Pivoted Data
  • Filtering Pivoted Data
 
Using the Inquire Add-In
  • Installing Inquire
  • Generating a Workbook Analysis Report
  • Viewing Workbook and Worksheet Relationships
  • Viewing Cell Relationships
  • Comparing Two Workbooks
 
Tracking Changes
  • Tracking Changes
  • Reviewing Changes
  • Setting Options for Tracking Changes
  • Stopping Tracking Changes
 
Using Macros
  • Recording a Macro
  • Writing a Macro using the Visual Basic Editor
  • Editing a Macro
  • Running a Macro

Training Location

GK at ctc Halifax
2000 Barrington St. Suite 201-Cogswell Tower

Halifax, NS
Canada