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Cleaner, sleeker fresher. That is what some are saying about Excel 2013. An ability to add on different tools will give you loads of time saving options.
This beginners Excel training course will not only give you a brief orientation into Excel 2013 but will familiarise you with general basic concepts such as Excel formulas, Absolute References, Auto-fill and operator preference. Microsoft has continued the use of the ribbon which you can use to enter in formulas. Thus making it easier to multiply and divide, add or subtract. Also armed with flash fill makes Excel 2013 an powerful addition to your business. Learning how to use it properly is a no-brainer.
This is a course for the absolute beginner so no previous knowledge is required. Although having a basic knowledge of file management and general Windows or Mac operation is necessary.
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Course Duration: 1 Day.
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One of the skills you will learn is:
Absolute reference, dollars signs or fixing a formula, formulas or formulae whichever takes your fancy. You know sometimes I see people do the most interesting things to get around a problem that can be sorted with absolute references. What do I mean?
Well say for instance you have a list of products, and you've calculated the revenue made on each but now you want to work out how much each product sale is worth to your company, as a percentage. First create your spreadsheet and create your calculations. Then add an extra column at the top that has Percentage of total as a heading. Click in the cell below and presuming your revenue for each product are in cells D2:D20 and your total in cell D21 then the formula would be: =D2/$D$21 you can either multiply the sum by 100 to get a percentage or format the cell as a percentage. Afterwards you can autofill the formula down to apply it to the other cells.
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