Top 25 Excel Advanced Formulas - Online Course
The old 80/20 rule for software—that 80% of a program’s users use only 20% of a program’s features—doesn’t apply to Microsoft Excel. Instead, this program probably operates under what could be called the 95/5 rule: Ninety-five percent of Excel users use a mere 5% of the program’s power.
On the other hand, most people know that they could be getting more out of Excel if they could only get a leg up on building formulas and using functions. Unfortunately, this side of Excel appears complex and intimidating to the uninitiated, shrouded as it is in the mysteries of mathematics, finance, and impenetrable spreadsheet jargon.
Here's the good news.
This practical course to give you the ability to master the Top 25 Microsoft Excel formulas with real world examples, by demystifying the building of worksheet formulas, and presenting the most useful Excel functions in an accessible and jargon-free manner. In this tutorial, you will be able to learn important functions such as:
- Lookup & Reference, and many more
The entire objective of this course is to dive deep into the Excel 2013 environment with regards to formulas in in order to make you more productive, efficient, and achieve a greater skillset.
With that said, this course will enhance your comfort level working with advanced formulas in Excel 2013.
The concepts learned in this course apply to Excel 2007 and 2010 versions of Microsoft Excel as well.
So, enroll now and take your skills to the next level.
This Course has been approved by the International eLearning Standards
Module 1 - Course Introduction Module 2 - Logical Functions Module 3 - Financial Functions Module 4 - Text Functions Module 5 - Lookup and Reference Function Module 6 - Bonus Section Module 7 - Course Conclusion What are the requirements?
Lesson 1: Introduction and About the Instructor - FREE!
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Lesson 2: What Will I Learn? FREE!
This course is designed to provide hands-on experience in understanding the top 25 useful formulas in Microsoft Excel. Tutorials also contain real world examples and scenarios.
Lesson 1: AND and IF Functions
One common use for the AND function is to expand the usefulness of other functions that perform logical tests. Similarly, the IF function tests to see if a specified condition - the logic test - is true or false
Lesson 2: IFERROR and XOR Functions
In this lesson we will look at IFERROR and XOR formulas
Lesson 1: PV and FV Functions
The Present Value or PV function allows the user in determining the current value of a financial asset. For instance, analysts can value a stock by forecasting its future profits, or cash flows, and discounting them back to today to get a current, or present value, for the stock. Likewise, Future Value of FV simply returns the future value of an investment based on periodic, constant payments and a constant interest rate.
Lesson 2: PMT-PPMT-PRICE-YIELD Functions
In this lesson we will look at PMT, PPMT, PRICE and YIELD functions
Lesson 3: PRICE-COUPONDAYS-ACCRINT-ACCRINTM Functions
In this lesson we will look at PRICE, COUPONDAYS, ACCRINT and ACCRINTM functions
Lesson 4: Depreciation Lecture
Depreciation, in accounting terms, is a noncash expense that reduces the value of an asset as a result of wear and tear, age, or obsolescence. Most assets lose their value over time (in other words, they depreciate), and must be replaced once the end of their useful life is reached. This lecture explains the concept of depreciation as well various types of depreciation utilized for assets.
Lesson 5: SLN-SYD-DB-DDB-VDB Functions
In this lesson we will look at SLN, SYD, DB, DDB and VDB functions
Lesson 1: TEXT and CONCATENATE Functions
TEXT function is especially useful when you want to embed the numeric output of a formula or function and present it in a particular format inside other text. For example, "Sales last year increased by over $55,878", where the number 55878 has been formatted to reflect currency symbol and thousands separator. The CONCATENATE function joins up to 255 text strings into one text string. The joined items can be text, numbers, cell references, or a combination of those items.
Lesson 2: PROPER-UPPER-LOWER-SUBSTITUE Functions
In this lesson we will look at PROPER, UPPER, LOWER and SUBSTITUTE functions
Lesson 1: LOOKUP Function Lecture
This is a lecture on the LOOKUP function
Lesson 2: Working with Advanced VLOOKUP
In this lesson we will look at Advanced VLOOKUP
Lesson 3: HLOOKUP-INDEX-MATCH Functions
In this lesson we will look at HLOOKUP, INDEX and MATCH Functions
Lesson 1: Modifying Existing Templates
In this lesson we will look at modifying existing templates
Lesson 2: Copying Macros Between Workbooks
In this lesson we will look at copying Macros between Workbooks
Lesson 3: Working with External Data Sources
In this lesson we will look at working with external data sources
Lesson 4: Exploring Tracking Changes Feature
In this lesson we will explore the tracking changes feature
Lesson 1: Course Conclusion
- Brush up on simple formulas before taking this course
Module 2 - Logical Functions Module 3 - Financial Functions Module 4 - Text Functions Module 5 - Lookup and Reference Function Module 6 - Bonus Section Module 7 - Course Conclusion What are the requirements?
Module 3 - Financial Functions Module 4 - Text Functions Module 5 - Lookup and Reference Function Module 6 - Bonus Section Module 7 - Course Conclusion What are the requirements?
What are the requirements?
What are the requirements?
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 19 lectures and 3 hours of content
- Master top 25 advanced formulas in Excel
- Confidently work within the Excel environment
- Increase operational efficiency
- Learn using real world examples
- Become proficient in building Excel formulas using 19 tutorials with over 3 hours of hands-on tutorials
What is the target audience?
This tutorial is designed for Excel power users, and for those who are up to the challenge. It is not for students who are beginning to learn Microsoft Excel
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Having obtained MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer), MCP+I (Microsoft Certified Professional + Internet), and MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer), Syed has provided training to thousands of students.