Attend a class to learn all the features of Microsoft Excel. Certstaffix® Training offers Microsoft Excel classes for businesses in multiple formats - all with hands-on learning. Our instructor-led training will teach employees the many features of Microsoft Excel and how to use it fully and efficiently. You may attend either public regularly scheduled classes or arrange a private group course.
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From hands-on, instructor-led live online Microsoft Excel training for individual employees to private online or on-site Microsoft Excel group training, we provide the best option for your company. Our online Microsoft Excel classes are task-based and focus on real-world scenarios and challenges students face in their day to day environments. The online Microsoft Office Training that we provide is a great way to quickly build upon the basic skills of Microsoft Excel within the privacy of your own home or office. If you are looking for local Excel courses, a location where you can take lectures or searching for Microsoft Excel classes “near me,” you can check one of our many computer labs around the United States. Each Microsoft Excel course we offer provides the training a person will need to understand and use the program. The online Microsoft Excel classes give an advantage in many fields of employment in today’s advanced technological age.
Excel is the standard spreadsheet application by Microsoft for both the business world and personal use. Our Microsoft Excel courses will help you and your employees learn how to make the best use of all it has to offer. Some of the topics covered in our Microsoft Excel courses are: Data Calculations, Charts and Graphics, Creating Dynamic Worksheets by Using PivotTables, Macros and Dashboards.
If you are interested in finding out how much does MS Excel cost, please check our class pricing chard above. You will receive a certificate of completion for each Excel class you attend.
So, no matter if you spell it XL, Exel, Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Excell, we got the training for you.
Advanced charting •
Advanced Charting Techniques •
Advanced data management •
Advanced formatting •
Advanced functions and formulas •
Analytical tools •
Analyze alternative data sets •
Analyzing Data Using PivotTables •
Analyzing Data with PivotTables, Slicers, and PivotCharts •
Application settings and templates •
Applying Conditional Logic •
Automating Workbook Functionality •
Cell and range names •
Collaborate with colleagues •
Combine data from multiple sources •
Controlling Program Execution •
Create forecasts and visualizations •
Create workbooks •
Creating Advanced Formulas •
Data structure and tables •
Debugging Code •
Documenting and auditing •
Enter and revise data •
Entering and editing data •
Excel Mobile Apps •
Excel Online •
Exporting and importing data •
Find and replace data •
Handling Errors •
Introducing Visual Basic for Applications •
Lookups and data tables •
Macros and Visual Basic •
Manage worksheet data •
Managing workbooks and worksheets •
Modify workbooks •
Modify worksheets •
Modifying a worksheet •
Outlining and subtotals •
Perform business intelligence analysis •
Perform calculations on data •
PivotTables and PivotCharts •
Power Pivot •
Power Query •
Preparing Data and Creating PivotTables •
Reorder and summarize data •
Set up a workbook •
Understanding Objects •
Using Expressions, Variables, and Intrinsic Functions •
Visualizing Data with Basic Charts •
Web and sharing features •
Work with other Microsoft Office apps •
Working with Forms and Controls •
Working with PivotCharts •
Working with Procedures and Functions •
Working with the PivotTable Object •
Excel 2013/2010 - Advanced
Excel 2013/2010 - Basic
Excel 2013/2010 - Intermediate
Excel 2013/2016 - Dashboards
Excel 2013/2016 - Data Analysis with PivotTables
Excel 2013/2016: VBA Programming
Excel 2016 - Level 1
Excel 2016 - Level 2
Excel 2016 - Level 3
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Have a group of several students needing Microsoft Excel training on the same topics? Then onsite Microsoft Excel training is a perfect option for you. We'll come onsite to your office so you don't have to travel. You'll be able to fully customize a Microsoft Excel course with topics to fit your needs. Lastly, you'll save per employee versus our public classes.
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A: Excel is a digital spreadsheet program created by Microsoft that can be used to enter, edit, and compute numerical data for professional business use. It increases productivity and the accuracy of important data. Those involved in finance management, accounting, and other positions that use spreadsheets to organize data may benefit most from professional training in Excel. Excel can be used to develop budgets, track sales, create reports, graph data, and streamline accounting tasks. Enrolling employees in an Excel training course is a great way to ensure they have the skills needed to succeed in their role at your company.
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A: Learning the fundamentals of Excel can give employees the capability that they need to enter data into digital spreadsheets and process it quickly. Courses that teach the basics of Excel can define what workbooks are and train employees on how to correctly use formulas and program features. Investing in a live instructor who can guide students through tutorials is almost always the best way to teach Excel. At the end of a basics course, students should be able to track numbers, input data and formulas, sort through data, and create charts.
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