## Excel Basics Helpful Tips & Formulas for Excel

Excel Basics: Helpful Tips & Formulas for Excel
.MP4 | Video: 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | 590 MB
Duration: 1 hours | Genre: eLearning Video | Language: English
Learn how to quickly format, view, and organize your Microsoft Excel data using easy formulas and built-in tools.

What you'll learn

How to use Text to Columns
How Remove Duplicates
How to use VLOOKUP
How to use Concatenate
IF functions
How to use Average/Sum/Median
How to create and use Pivot Tables
How to create Conditional Formatting
Freezing top rows and first columns
Filter from A-Z
Creating a graph/chart
Creating a graph with a secondary axis

Requirements

Be able to open a basic excel spreadsheet

Description

Microsoft Excel is used by millions of people around the world every day. It is an extremely powerful tool that allows individuals and businesses to easily sort, search, and review large sets of data.

While there are endless possibilities for how to use Excel, there are a number of basic formulas and built-in tools that everyone should know. You can learn these basic tips in under an hour and once you've mastered them you'll be using Excel faster and more efficiently than ever before.

In this course I'm going to show you how to use the following:

Section 1: Must Know Formulas

Text To Column: Split the text into multiple columns based on pre-determine break points

Remove Duplicates: Easily clean up large lists and columns.

VLOOKUP: For a specified value, the function finds (or 'looks up') the value in one column of data, and returns the corresponding value from another column

CONCATENATE: link (things) together in a chain or series

'IF' Function: An if statement is a programming conditional statement that, if proved true, performs a function or displays information

Section 2: Filters & Conditions

Create a Pivot Table to better view large sets of data

Use Conditional Formatting to visualize your data

Freeze Top Row and First Column

Filter A-Z, by Date, and Numerically

Section 3: Making a Chart

Create your basic chart using Pivot Table data

Create a chart with a Secondary Axis to compare two sets of data at once

This course is perfect for those looking to get a leg-up on their peers, those who use Excel for any function, and those looking to better understand how to take control of their data.

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Who this course is for:

Anyone working in a sales role
Students working in Excel
Anyone who's job requires reporting in Excel
Any data heavy jobs
Anyone interested in becoming more efficient in using Excel

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