Microsoft Office Excel 2010: Dashboards

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Microsoft Office Excel 2010: Dashboards
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    1 Dages kursus

    Microsoft Excel

    Kommende datoer

     Nov 16, 2017

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    Course Details

    Whether you need to crunch numbers for sales, inventory, information technology, human resources, or other organizational purposes and departments, the ability to get the right information to the right people at the right time can create a powerful competitive advantage. After all, the world runs on data more than ever before and that’s a trend not likely to change, or even slow down, any time soon. But with so much data available and being created on a nearly constant basis, the ability to make sense of that data becomes more critical and challenging with every passing day. You already know how to get Excel to perform simple calculations and how to modify your workbooks and worksheets to make them easier to read, interpret, and present to others. But Excel is capable of doing so much more. To gain a truly competitive edge, you need to be able to extract actionable organizational intelligence from your raw data, and present it in a visual format that enables decision makers to view key trends and conclusions at a glance. And that’s exactly what this course aims to help you do.

    This course builds upon the foundational knowledge presented in the Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010: Part 1 (Second Edition) course and will help start you down the road to creating advanced workbooks and worksheets that you can use to create dashboards. The ability to analyze massive amounts of data, extract actionable intelligence from it, and present that information to decision makers is the cornerstone of driving a successful organization that is able to compete at a high level.

    Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to create dashboards in Microsoft Office Excel 2010.

    You will:

    • Create advanced formulas.
    • Automate workbook functionality.
    • Apply conditional logic.
    • Visualize data by using basic charts.
    • Implement advanced charting techniques.
    • Analyze data by using PivotTables, slicers, and PivotCharts.

    Lesson 1: Creating Advanced Formulas

    • Topic A: Use Range Names in Formulas
    • Topic B: Use Specialized Functions

    Lesson 2: Automating Workbook Functionality

    • Topic A: Apply Data Validation
    • Topic B: Work with Forms and Controls

    Lesson 3: Applying Conditional Logic

    • Topic A: Use Lookup Functions
    • Topic B: Combine Functions

    Lesson 4: Visualizing Data with Basic Charts

    • Topic A: Create Charts
    • Topic B: Modify and Format Charts

    Lesson 5: Advanced Charting Techniques

    • Topic A: Use Advanced Chart Features
    • Topic B: Create Sparklines

    Lesson 6: Analyzing Data with PivotTables, Slicers, and PivotCharts

    • Topic A: Create a PivotTable
    • Topic B: Analyze PivotTable Data
    • Topic C: Present Data with PivotCharts
    • Topic D: Filter Data by Using Slicers

    This course is designed for students who already have foundational knowledge and skills in Excel 2010 and who wish to begin taking advantage of some of the higher-level functionality in Excel to summarize table data in Excel by using functions, charts, and pivot tables and display those elements in a dashboard format.

    This course is a combination of selected topics from the Logical Operations courses Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010: Part 2 and Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010: Part 3 and is specifically designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge to create effective dashboards. If students have already taken these two courses, they are unlikely to garner much new information from this course.

    To ensure success, students should have completed Logical Operations’ Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010: Part 1 (Second Edition) or have the equivalent knowledge and experience. In particular, students should have some experience in creating workbooks with formulas and functions.