Microsoft Excel 2010 Training
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Microsoft Excel 2010 Training enables the participant to organize data and perform operations on it for giving visualization effect and deriving results. This training delivers the knowledge and skills to input data and organize in order to facilitate decision making and further reference. The participants learn MS-Excel 2010 and easily perform tasks such as how to apply functions, build charts, create dynamic worksheets by using PivotTables, automate tasks using macros, and collaborate on worksheets and workbooks.
By going through this training, the candidates will exhibit the following capabilities:
- Create workbook with multiple worksheets and modify their content.
- Customize Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar.
- Move data within a workbook.
- Find and Replace data.
- Define Excel table and apply themes to table and workbook.
- Add images, charts, header and footer to worksheets and print them.
- Create formulas and use available functions to calculate data.
- Manipulate data and organize into levels.
- Group multiple sets of data and define alternative data sets.
- Use Goal Seek to get a desired result, Solver to get optimal solutions, and descriptive statistics to analyze data.
- Use Pivot Tables to analyze data dynamically.
- Use Sparklines, Pivot Charts and SmartArt.
- Use macros to automate repetitive tasks.
- Track and protect the workbooks and worksheets.
The course is intended for the students and professionals who want to build or enhance their skillset in organizing data using Microsoft Excel.
While there is no formal prerequisite for this training, however candidates with basic computer knowledge can undergo this training.
- Set Up a Workbook
- Customize the Excel 2010 Program Window
- Work with Data and Excel Tables
- Apply Visual Effects
- Print Workbook Content
- Perform Calculations on Data
- Create Styles and Format Data
- Focus on Specific Data by Using Filters
- Reorder and Summarize Data
- Combine Data from Multiple Sources
- Analyze Alternative Data Sets
- Create Dynamic Worksheets by Using PivotTables
- Create Charts and Graphics
- Automate Repetitive Tasks by Using Macros
- Work with Other Microsoft Office Programs
- Collaborate with Colleagues
Set Up a Workbook
- Creating Workbooks
- Modifying Workbook Content
- Modifying Worksheet Content
Customize the Excel 2010 Program Window
- Zooming In on a Worksheet
- Arranging Multiple Workbook Windows
- Adding Buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar
- Customizing the Ribbon
- Maximizing Usable Space in the Program Window
Work with Data and Excel Tables
- Entering and Revising Data
- Moving Data Within a Workbook
- Finding and Replacing Data
- Correcting and Expanding Upon Worksheet Data
- Defining Excel Tables
Apply Visual Effects
- Formatting Cells
- Applying Workbook Themes and Excel Table Styles
- Add Images to a Worksheet
Print Workbook Content
- Adding Headers and Footers to Printed Pages
- Preparing Worksheets for Printing
- Printing Worksheets
- Printing Parts of Worksheets
- Printing Charts
Perform Calculations on Data
- Naming Groups of Data
- Creating Formulas to Calculate Values
- Summarizing Data That Meets Specific Conditions
- Finding and Correcting Errors in Calculations
Create Styles and Format Data
- Defining Styles
- Making Numbers Easier to Read
- Changing the Appearance of Data Based on Its Value
Focus on Specific Data by Using Filters
- Defining Valid Sets of Values for Ranges of Cells
- Manipulating Worksheet Data
- Limiting Data that Appears on Your Screen
Reorder and Summarize Data
- Sorting Worksheet Data
- Organizing Data into Levels
- Looking Up Information in a Worksheet
Combine Data from Multiple Sources
- Using Workbooks as Templates for Other Workbooks
- Linking to Data in Other Worksheets and Workbooks
- Consolidating Multiple Sets of Data into a Single Workbook
- Grouping Multiple Sets of Data
Analyze Alternative Data Sets
- Defining an Alternative Data Set
- Defining Multiple Alternative Data Sets
- Varying Your Data to Get a Desired Result by Using Goal Seek
- Finding Optimal Solutions by Using Solver
- Analyzing Data by Using Descriptive Statistics
Create Dynamic Worksheets by Using PivotTables
- Analyzing Data Dynamically by Using PivotTables
- Filtering, Showing, and Hiding PivotTable Data
- Editing PivotTables
- Formatting PivotTables
- Creating PivotTables from External Data
Create Charts and Graphics
- Creating Charts
- Customizing the Appearance of Charts
- Finding Trends in Your Data
- Summarizing Your Data by Using Sparklines
- Creating Dynamic Charts by Using PivotCharts
- Creating Diagrams by Using SmartArt
- Creating Shapes and Mathematical Equations
Automate Repetitive Tasks by Using Macros
- Enabling and Examining Macros
- Creating and Modifying Macros
- Running Macros When a Button is Clicked
- Running Macros When a Workbook is Opened
Work with Other Microsoft Office Programs
- Including Office Documents in Workbooks
- Storing Workbooks as Parts of Other Office Documents
- Creating Hyperlinks
- Pasting Charts into Other Documents
Collaborate with Colleagues
- Sharing Workbooks
- Managing Comments
- Tracking and Managing Colleagues' Changes
- Protecting Workbooks and Worksheets
- Authenticating Workbooks
- Saving Workbooks for the Web