**DESCRIPTION: **Microsoft Excel is a very powerful tool. It’s been used the world over for decades and for good reason. It is the oldest, most well-known and most affordable data processing software available. It works primarily using data organised into tables. From there you can perform calculations on the table thereby extending it further with new information you create and this is just the start. This course has been designed to take you from knowing absolutely nothing about Excel to being able to create beautiful tables and charts.

**TARGET AUDIENCE: **Pivot Tables are useful for those who deal with data that need to be categorized under several factors. For example, if you want to figure out the total number of lunches, you can just use a simple count function. But if you want to group the distribution of lunches by date, student gender and date you’ll need Pivot Tables. This course is ideal for Data Analysts.

**DIFFICULTY: **Beginner

**COURSE OUTCOMES:**

- Basics of inserting a pivot table based on existing information
- Column heading selection
- Grand and SubTotal implementation
- Data Supression, Field List and Field Header Editing
- Filtering
- Banded Rows and Columns
- Data Quick Styling
- How to edit existing data and Pivot Table refresh
- Filtering
- Banded Rows and Columns
- Data Quick Styling
- How to edit existing data and Pivot Table refresh

**AUTOSUM AND COUNT FUNCTIONS**

**DESCRIPTION: **In this course, you’ll learn how to get started with formulas by first telling Excel that you want to create one. We’ll then go through the different arithmetic functions available such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. We’ll add a little bit of complexity to this by introducing brackets and finally I’ll show you how to extend formulas using either cell copying or the fill handle.

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**AUTOSUM AND COUNT FUNCTIONS**

**DESCRIPTION: **In this course, you’ll learn how to get started with formulas by first telling Excel that you want to create one. We’ll then go through the different arithmetic functions available such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. We’ll add a little bit of complexity to this by introducing brackets and finally I’ll show you how to extend formulas using either cell copying or the fill handle.

**DOWNLOADABLE FILES: **

**AUTOSUM AND COUNT FUNCTIONS**

**DESCRIPTION: **In this course, you’ll learn how to get started with formulas by first telling Excel that you want to create one. We’ll then go through the different arithmetic functions available such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. We’ll add a little bit of complexity to this by introducing brackets and finally I’ll show you how to extend formulas using either cell copying or the fill handle.

**DOWNLOADABLE FILES: **

**AUTOSUM AND COUNT FUNCTIONS**

**DESCRIPTION: **In this course, you’ll learn how to get started with formulas by first telling Excel that you want to create one. We’ll then go through the different arithmetic functions available such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. We’ll add a little bit of complexity to this by introducing brackets and finally I’ll show you how to extend formulas using either cell copying or the fill handle.

**DOWNLOADABLE FILES: **

**AUTOSUM AND COUNT FUNCTIONS**

**DESCRIPTION: **In this course, you’ll learn how to get started with formulas by first telling Excel that you want to create one. We’ll then go through the different arithmetic functions available such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. We’ll add a little bit of complexity to this by introducing brackets and finally I’ll show you how to extend formulas using either cell copying or the fill handle.

**DOWNLOADABLE FILES: **

**AUTOSUM AND COUNT FUNCTIONS**

**DESCRIPTION: **In this course, you’ll learn how to get started with formulas by first telling Excel that you want to create one. We’ll then go through the different arithmetic functions available such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. We’ll add a little bit of complexity to this by introducing brackets and finally I’ll show you how to extend formulas using either cell copying or the fill handle.

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