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In this entry-level Microsoft skills training, Chris Ward helps learners understand Excel 2013. Topics in this productivity tool training include how to use Excel 2013.
Excel has been a mainstay in most office settings for a long time. In this Excel training, Chris will teach you to master this version of the most popular spreadsheet software in the world. He starts with the basics, and progresses to functionality that you didn't even know was there. Even if you think you’ve been using Excel for a while, you’ve probably only been scratching the surface.
For IT managers, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new system administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Excel 2013: What You Need to Know
For any system administrator looking to improve their proficiency with productivity tool, this Microsoft course covers topics such as:
- Entering and organizing data
- Using functions, building charts and structuring PivotTables
- Managing multiple worksheets and workbooks
- Presenting data with charts
- Formatting data with advanced techniques
- Mastering the most challenging and specialized formulas
Who Should Take Excel 2013 Training?
This Excel 2013 training is considered foundational Microsoft training, which means it was designed for anybody who wants to learn Excel.
New non-technical professionals. Most of your users will have some basic familiarity with Excel 2013. But what many don’t realize is how much untapped potential exists within the spreadsheet program. The ability to navigate huge swathes of data, or to extract new findings from data by moving it in unexpected ways can free up new routes, optimizations and configuration potentials. This Excel 2013 training will set your users for mastery of Excel.
New technical professionals. Microsoft Excel is one of the most ubiquitous spreadsheet tools ever, and most technical professionals who’ve been working in their field for several years have experience using it. But what sets apart most Excel users from true masters of it is a deep understanding of using the more than 450 formulas to move and analyze data in the spreadsheets. This Excel 2013 training will make you a master in its use and will unlock parts of your job you didn’t realize you were missing out on.