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Advanced Excel Demo

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Why Advanced Excel is required, its features, scopes and basic pivot table implementation

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Advanced Excel Demo

  1. 1. Why Advanced Excel
  2. 2. Do you want to learn Advance Excel?
  3. 3. Good move.
  4. 4. By the end of this presentation, you can:  identify the major features of the Excel window  recognise the purpose of each tab in the Excel Ribbon  Understand pivot table concept and significance.
  5. 5. Now What is Advanced Excel??
  6. 6. In your training period you learn many complex functions such as  cells formatting,  macro, using graphical representations in spreadsheets,  financial formulas, logical complex formulas,  uses of advanced filters and the list keeps on going.
  7. 7. An expert professional in advanced excel is good at organizing and analyzing data.
  8. 8. Excel is the industry standard spreadsheet application in government and business.
  9. 9. It’s widely used for home and personal use as well.
  10. 10. Excel helps you store, organize and manipulate data,
  11. 11. perform calculations & analysis,
  12. 12. present results with graphical & statistical tools,
  13. 13. and lots of other stuff too.
  14. 14. What does this mean?
  15. 15. Easily keep track of personal and business finances,
  16. 16. present data clearly and professionally,
  17. 17. save time on record keeping,
  18. 18. and improve productivity & efficiency at work.
  19. 19. Excel is a powerful application for advanced users.
  20. 20. But it’s also simple and intuitive for beginners.
  21. 21. Let’s start by introducing the Excel program window.
  22. 22. SPREADSHEETTRAINER.COM This is the Excel 2013 Program Window. This is the Excel 2013 Program Window.
  23. 23. Excel shows the name of the current file at the top of the window:
  24. 24. The ribbon is made up of multiple Tabs.
  25. 25. The Home Tab includes common tasks for editing and formatting data.
  26. 26. The Insert Tab is used to add elements such as tables, illustrations, charts and filters.
  27. 27. The Page Layout Tab is used to layout a page for printing, and to arrange worksheet elements.
  28. 28. The Formulas Tab is used to insert and check functions and formulas.
  29. 29. The Data Tab contains buttons to import, sort, filter, manipulate and analyse data.
  30. 30. The Review Tab is used to proof, protect and comment on worksheets.
  31. 31. The View Tab is mostly used to change how the worksheet appears on the screen.
  32. 32. The Name Box displays the address of the current cell selection.
  33. 33. The Formula Bar is where you can enter text, numbers, formulasor functions to the selected cells.
  34. 34. At the bottom left, the Status Bar tells you the current status of Excel.
  35. 35. At the bottom right, shortcuts let you change how the worksheet looks on screen – page layout & zoom.
  36. 36. There are vertical and horizontal Scroll Bars which let younavigate around the worksheet:
  37. 37. And of course – in the middle of it all – is the WorksheetArea! This is where the magic happens, and is our next topic.
  38. 38. One more thing - when you right-click in the worksheet the Mini Tool-bar appears, which includes useful shortcuts from theribbon.
  39. 39. Pivot Table A Pivot Table gathers all the data in an Excel spreadsheet (or range of a spreadsheet) and presents a summary of this data in a table. Information such as: The number of items of each type; The sum of a data column, broken down into data types; The average of a data column, broken down into data types.
  40. 40. Create a basic Pivot Table Every sale that was made by a company during the first quarter of 2016. The spreadsheet records the sale date, the invoice reference, the invoice total, the name of the sales representative, and the sales region.
  41. 41. An Excel pivot table can summaries the data in the above spreadsheet for easy analysis.
  42. 42. Advanced Pivot Table
  43. 43. Pivot table Report Filters
  44. 44. Scopes  Excel For HR.  Excel For Marketing.  Excel For Finance.  Excel For BPO’s/KPO’s  Excel For MIS.  Excel For top executives.  Excel as Audit Tool.  Excel For management Professionals(CA’s, MBA’s etc.)  Excel For Entrepreneurs.
  45. 45. Job Profiles  MIS Executive/Analyst/coordinator/Officer.  Finance Executive/Associates/Payroll Executive  VBA Developer  Application service Desk Executive  Reporting Analyst  Practice Lead Analytics in IIM/IIT/NIT
  46. 46. Top Companies  Dell EMC  Infosys BPO/KPO  Flip Kart  Amazon  Accenture  AppsTech ERP Solution  And many More………………
  47. 47. Required Skills  In this advanced course students learn how to automate information based on the skills they have developed in the basic and intermediate module.
  48. 48. Fee Structure

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