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    Microsoft Excel Intro Training

    Learn to create an MS Excel spreadsheet, track data, perform calculations, and optimize for printing. This class emphasizes practical exercises and real-world examples, so that you will leave training ready to apply your new knowledge right away.
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    Microsoft Excel Intermediate Training

    This hands-on class MS Excel class will prepare you to link workbooks to manage larger data sets, work with table data and name ranges, create custom filters, and use PivotTables to explore different relationships among data.
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    Microsoft Excel Advanced (Lookups, Functions, and Macros) Training

    Learn how to take full advantage of MS Excel's power with our advanced class. Do more powerful calculations with advanced functions. Save time with automated routines. Record and run a macro to perform automatic tasks.
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    Microsoft Excel Expert Techniques Training

    MS Excel has an array of analytic capabilities. Take your mastery of Microsoft Excel to a power user level with our Excel Expert Techniques class. Learn how to use the application's most powerful features and sophisticated data analysis techniques to develop and implement solutions for your business. Topics include advanced statistical formulas, PivotTable analysis, dashboards, and VBA macros.
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    Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables Training

    Pivot Tables in MS Excel enable you to manipulate data with simple dragging and dropping. Take our class to learn the basics of Excel Pivot Tables and how they can help you to efficiently sort, filter, group, count, summate, and format data.
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    Microsoft Excel VBA Training

    Coding VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) macros is an essential skill for creating MS Excel spreadsheet applications and automating repetitive data management processes. With our MS Excel VBA class, you learn to design feature-rich applications that control Excel's built-in components. Make your Excel applications more usable for novices and automate tedious tasks to improve the productivity of your entire team.
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    Microsoft Office 2013: Beginning Excel

    +Creating Workbooks, Worksheets, and Data in Excel 2013 +Saving and Printing Data in Excel 2013 +Formatting Cells and Worksheets in Excel 2013 +Formatting Data in Excel 2013 +Presenting Data using Conditional Formatting and Sparklines in Excel 2013 +Performing Calculations Using Functions in Excel 2013 +Presenting Data in Tables and Charts in Excel 2013
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    Microsoft Office 2013: Advanced Excel

    +Creating and Customizing Visual Elements in Excel 2013 +Customizing Options and Views in Excel 2013 +Manipulating Data in Excel 2013 +Data Search, Data Validation, and Macros in Excel 2013
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    Microsoft Office 2013: Power User Excel

    +Sharing and Linking Data, and Adding Office Apps to Excel 2013 +Reviewing and Protecting Content in Excel 2013 +Advanced Formats and Layouts in Excel 2013 +Advanced Formulas and Functions in Excel 2013 +Using Financial Functions and What-If Analysis in Excel 2013 +Using PivotTables, PivotCharts, and Advanced Charts in Excel 2013
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    Microsoft Office 2010: Beginning Excel

    +Getting Started with Excel 2010 +Applying Basic Data Formatting in Excel 2010 +Moving and Getting Around in Excel 2010 +Moving Data and Modifying Worksheets in Excel 2010 +Saving, Sending, and Printing Excel 2010 Workbooks +Using Conditional Formatting, Tables, and Sparklines in Excel 2010 +Reviewing and Protecting Content in Excel 2010 +Using Basic Formulas in Excel 2010 +Using Basic Functions with Excel 2010 +Inserting Basic Charts in Excel 2010 +Adding Visuals, Themes, and Styles to Excel 2010 Workbooks
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    Microsoft Office 2010: Advanced Excel

    +Customizing Visual Elements in Excel 2010 +Workbook Settings, Conditional Formatting, and Number Formats in Excel 2010 +Organizing Data and Objects in Excel 2010 +Verifying Excel 2010 Data and Formulas +Automating Excel 2010 Tasks Using Macros +Analyzing Data with What-if Analysis in Excel 2010 +PivotTables and PivotCharts in Excel 2010 +PivotTable Filters, Calculations, and PowerPivot
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    Microsoft Office 2010: Power User Excel

    +Sharing Excel 2010 Workbooks Online and on a Network +Using Excel 2010 to Collaborate Online and with Other Office Applications +Using Lookup, Reference, Math, and Text Functions in Excel 2010 +Manipulating Formulas and Using Forms in Excel 2010 +Using Excel 2010 Data Connections: Web Queries, XML, and Databases
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    Easy Excel Training

    We specialize in Microsoft Excel training for all skill levels (basic, advanced financial modeling, and VBA macro programming). We train anywhere in the continental USA. Call 646-325-9094 or email for a quote.
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    Webinar on Excel Spreadsheet Validation for FDA 21 CFR Part 11

    This webinar will describe the regulatory and business requirements for Excel spreadsheets, using examples from FDA recommendations. It will then cover the design and installation of those Excel Spreadsheets, to ensure the integrity of the data, and will discuss how to ensure 21 CFR 11 compliance during the development, installation and maintenance of a spreadsheet application.
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    Webinar on Transcend VLOOKUP in Microsoft Excel

    Look-up formulas such as VLOOKUP allow you to return data from other locations in your spreadsheets without linking to individual worksheet cells. However, VLOOKUP can't always return the data that you need. In this session Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA explores the nuances and limitations of VLOOKUP, helps you expand your use of this function, and then leaves you with a handful of alternatives.
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    Conference about Excel Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts

    Microsoft Excel has a tremendous amount of capability and features and is filled with shortcuts and methods not always visible to the casual user. Whether it's a keystroke shortcut or a hidden command sequence, such shortcuts can make you much more proficient and productive as you use this powerful and popular software. Most users are under-utilizing Excel and could be saving minutes every day and hours every week if they learn some of the many tips presented in this fast-paced webinar. In these days of tight budgets and hiring freezes, its' all the more important for you to use your existing software more efficiently. This webinar will give you the productivity boost you need as you become a more proficient Excel user.
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    Webinar on October 2016 Excel's Data Management Tools

    Overview: Microsoft says that up to 70% of users surveyed use Excel to maintain a database or large lists. To be truly proficient in Excel, you must be familiar with these tools to manage data efficiently. It's all the more important as data collection has become more automated and you're getting swamped with tons of data. But what can you do with all that data? You need to know how to re-arrange the data (sort), see just what you want to see (filter), create quick summaries (subtotals), restructure fields containing too much data (the exciting new Flash Fill tool and the Text to Columns feature) and eliminate redundant records. Contact Detail: Compliance4All DBA NetZealous, Phone: +1-800-447-9407 Email: Event Link : Twitter Follow us – Facebook Like us –
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    Data Visualization with Excel

    Overview: There is a saying,a picture is worth a thousand words.In Excel that means finding ways to represent numerical data pictorially so that your audience can quickly and easily understand it. It's often easier to look at a chart or graph that interprets trends in a set of data, than to just look at a set of figures. Why should you Attend: Until a few years ago it was enough to take a set of numbers and create a bar chart or pie chart. Although in the right situation these traditional charts are still appropriate, things have moved on We're constantly hearing words like Data Visualisation and Infographic. It's time to get your Excel related business and communication skills up to date and learn how to use it to present data in the modern world.
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    Excel Formulas and Functions in Mastering

    Overview: Using formulas turns Excel into the world's most powerful calculator. Whether you need to calculate loan repayments, generate a profit and loss account, solve maths or engineering problems, in fact, think of any scenario that involves addition, subtraction, division or multiplication of numbers and you'll find that Excel is the best tool for the job. Why should you Attend: Although it is perfectly possible to use Excel without ever creating a formula or using a function, if you don't, you're missing out on a huge part of the application's power. Formulas and functions will automate your calculations and save you a ton of time. No more using your fingers. No more mental arithmetic. Areas Covered in the Session: Creating formulas to perform mathematical calculations Copying formulas and the difference between absolute and relative references Assigning names to cells and using them in formulas
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    Excel Spreadsheets - Step-By-Step Instructions - 2017

    Overview: This interactive webinar provides explicit details and live demonstration followed by a collaborative workshop that explains how to configure and validate a GxP compliant spreadsheet application. Areas Covered in the Session: Develop spreadsheet applications that are GxP compliant. Learn how to use Excel’s built in 21 CFR Part 11 features. Validate your application with minimal documentation.