566 Chiswick High Road,
London, W4 5YA
The London Chiswick Park business centre is in a beautiful four-storey glass building in an award-winning business park is ideal for your Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables Training Course Beginners training course. Designed by architect Sir Richard Rogers, the building is one of 12, which form a 'necklace' around an inner landscaped area with a lake, waterfall, trees, gardens and walkways. With on-site parking, the centre is also close to the Gunnersbury London Underground Station.
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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.
1 - 8 Students
£250 + VAT - 3hrs (bespoke)
£500 + VAT - 6hrs (full day*)
* Full training days can be split into 2 sessions
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* Price is exclusive of VAT.
Price Per Head: £ .
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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