The science park to St. John's Innovation centre. The university city of Cambridge is a regular training venue. We've trained various companies in and around Cambridge as far out as Cambourne, Newmarket, Huntingdon and St. Ives. A Beginners Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables Training Course at the offices we use at the Regus in Cambourne is easy to set up and conduct even at short notice. Or maybe you just want us to come to you bringing a projector, laptops with Pivot Tables preloaded along with fully comprehensive course notes.
Cambridge was actually the first area we started training. From Cambridge Consultants on the science park to ARU, CRC (Cambridge Regional College) and many more have taken advantage of the computer training courses conducted by us.
You need to get answers to questions and you need them quickly. How many people buy a certain product? In which month should we discount that product? If you've yet to embrace Pivot Tables, then you won't know how quickly you can get answers. Not only that but you can within minutes create effective summary tables and charts to be used in presentations and reports.
This course is designed specifically to look at Pivot Tables. You will learn how to correctly structure data, learning various Excel formulas and functions to enable you to do this. We will also take a look at the PowerPivot plugin in Excel, giving you an opportunity to use DAX with multiple data sources.
Previous Excel experience such as writing simple formulas, along with a basic understanding of how to add rows and columns would be beneficial.
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Course Duration: 1 Day.
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Although this course is designed with Excel 2013 in mind, the principles used could be applied to 2010 & 2016 as well.
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