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PowerPoint presentation from The Associations of Payroll Specialists Excel Master Class session on the 21st & 28th of October.

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### Excel Master Class

1. 1. Welcome to WORKPLACE REVIEW 2011“Building A Stronger Payroll”New Horizons Learning CentresExcel Master Class<br />
2. 2. Agenda For Today<br />Excel 2007 Interface Overview<br />‘IF’ Statements<br />Macros<br />Linked Spreadsheets<br />Q & A<br />
3. 3. Excel 2007 Interface Overview<br />
4. 4. Why Did Microsoft Change the Layout?<br />…Short Answer is PRODUCTIVITY<br />Less time to access key features<br />Customisable<br />More visually appealing<br />
6. 6. ‘IF’ Statements<br />
7. 7. ‘IF’ Statements<br />Microsoft Definition<br />Checks whether a condition is met, and returns on value if true, and another value if false<br />What does this mean?<br />‘IF’ statements are a way for you to compare large amounts of data to specific criteria and identify if whether that criteria has been met or not. <br />
8. 8. Breaking ‘IF’ Statements Down<br />3 Parts<br />Criteria (logical_test)<br />Value to display if true (value_if_true)<br />Value to display if false (value_if_false)<br />
9. 9. Writing ‘IF’ Statements<br />Writing the Formula<br />=IF( <br />Criteria<br />Value if Criteria Met<br />Value if Criteria Not Met<br />
10. 10. Example<br />
11. 11. Example<br />Fill Series Down<br />
12. 12. Example<br />Formula Completed<br />
13. 13. Questions?<br />
14. 14. Using A Macro<br />
15. 15. What is a Macro?<br />A Macro in Excel is a group of functions or commands assigned to a particular button in order to save time. <br />You would use a macro when you are repeating the same group of commands on a regular basis. <br />
16. 16. Accessing Macro Tools<br />Choose Excel Options Under Office Button<br />CHECK “Show Developer tab in the Ribbon”<br />Developer Tab Now Shows<br />
17. 17. Recording A Macro<br />Adjust Columns<br />Left Justify Text/Numbers<br />Bold Names<br />Bold Headings<br />Blue Heading Background<br />Borders<br />
18. 18. Recording A Macro<br />Click ‘Record Macro”<br />Give Name<br />Complete Formatting<br />Click ‘Stop Recording’<br />