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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Customizing Visual Elements in Excel 2010 $74.95
Workbook Settings, Conditional Formatting, and Number Formats in Excel 2010 $74.95
Organizing Data and Objects in Excel 2010 $74.95
Verifying Excel 2010 Data and Formulas $74.95
Automating Excel 2010 Tasks Using Macros $74.95
Analyzing Data with What-if Analysis in Excel 2010 $74.95
PivotTables and PivotCharts in Excel 2010 $74.95
PivotTable Filters, Calculations, and PowerPivot $74.95

Bundle Price: $289.00
Total Savings: $310.60

Customizing Visual Elements in Excel 2010

Adding visual elements to Excel worksheets can help to enhance what can sometimes be dry facts and figures, making it easier to hold the attention of the intended audience. A balance needs to be struck, however, between enhancing and overwhelming when it comes to adding graphics and colors to your Excel workbooks. Excel 2010 provides you with a number of basic and advanced techniques for customizing common elements such as charts, themes, cell styles, and graphics. This course describes many of these techniques and shows you how to implement them to their best effect.

Learning Objectives
  • Manually adjust a chart's layout and formatting
  • Save and apply a chart template
  • Manually format illustrations using the Format object dialog box
  • Customize and save Excel themes and styles
  • Save an Excel template and apply to a new workbook
  • Adjust individual chart elements
  • Format Excel illustrations
  • Create a new cell style
  • Create an Excel theme

Workbook Settings, Conditional Formatting, and Number Formats in Excel 2010

You can customize the look and feel of workbooks and the program's functionality and efficiency using Excel 2010's numerous features and tools. You can modify existing themes and styles to meet business needs, or you can create custom themes and styles to further enhance data presentation. Custom number formats allow you even more control over the presentation and usefulness of your workbooks and conditional formatting gives you the power to apply individual formatting based on custom rules that meet your specific needs. This course explores some of the more advanced ways that you can enhance your workbooks and data using Excel 2010's powerful customization features.

Learning Objectives
  • Customize workbook settings using Excel Options
  • Change workbook properties
  • Create a custom number format
  • Recognize how to alter code strings to create custom number formats
  • Create a conditional format based on a new formatting rule
  • Manage conditional formatting rules
  • Customize workbook settings and the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Create and apply a custom number format
  • Create a new conditional formatting rule

Organizing Data and Objects in Excel 2010

Excel 2010 provides multiple features for organizing and managing data, including sorting and filtering tools that are integral to data analysis. Using data organization features, you can sort, filter, and group and outline data so that you can focus on its key parts. Properly arranged data using the commands in the Arrange group allows you to present your data in a logical and easy to understand manner. This course explores organizing data in Excel 2010 using the built-in features. It also covers arranging objects for better viewing as well as the use of hyperlinks to organize data.

Learning Objectives
  • Sort data in more than one column or row
  • Create a custom filter
  • Outline data using the Subtotal, Auto Outline, or Group commands
  • Arrange objects on a worksheet page
  • Recognize how you can arrange data to fit a specified page layout for printing
  • Create a hyperlink
  • Modify hyperlinks
  • Sort and filter data
  • Create an outline so you can group and summarize data
  • Arrange objects on a page
  • Create a hyperlink from a worksheet to a web page

Verifying Excel 2010 Data and Formulas

Formulas are an integral and important feature of Excel 2010. So ensuring they are correct can save you time and a lot of headaches. Excel 2010 provides you with the tools you need to audit formulas and correct errors that may be found. In addition, using Excel's data validation tools you can restrict the types of data that can be input to your workbooks – preventing data entry errors that could otherwise occur. This course describes Excel 2010's auditing and formula correction features and shows you how to use data validation to avoid worksheet errors.

Learning Objectives
  • Use Excel's formula auditing tools to evaluate and correct formulas
  • Use the Watch Window to inspect, audit, or confirm formula calculations and results
  • Use data tools to convert text to columns and remove duplicates
  • Add data validation to worksheet cells
  • List the different things you can use data validation for
  • Use error checking to identify a formula error
  • Separate text in one column into two columns
  • Restrict data entry in specific cells

Automating Excel 2010 Tasks Using Macros

To automate repetitive tasks, Excel 2010 provides a time saving feature known as a macro. These small programs, created using either a simple macro recorder or by using the more complex VBA language, allow you to record the numerous steps involved in accomplishing a task so that they can be played back automatically when the macro is run. This results in time savings and increased efficiency in day-to-day tasks. This course will introduce you to macros in Excel and show you how to leverage their power to make you work with Excel easier.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify the features of Excel 2010 macros
  • Use the Macro Recorder to record and run a macro
  • Identify the steps in recording a macro using the macro recorder
  • Edit and delete macros
  • Run a macro in different ways
  • Prepare for recording a macro
  • Record and run a macro
  • Assign a macro to the developer tab on the Ribbon
  • Add a macro the Quick Access Toolbar

Analyzing Data with What-if Analysis in Excel 2010

Excel 2010 provides powerful data-analysis tools that enable you to explore large amounts of data and to make educated business decisions based on that data. Using Goal Seek and Solver enables you to retrieve required results from formulas by determining the data the formula requires. And you can use additional what-if analysis components, data tables and scenarios, to forecast worksheet outcome models and to see how changing values in formulas affect the formula results.

Learning Objectives
  • Use Goal Seek for data analysis
  • Use Solver to perform data analysis
  • Create scenarios using the Scenario Manager
  • Manage Excel 2010 what-if scenarios
  • Create a data table for what-if analysis
  • Recognize how to project values in a series
  • Use what-if analysis to find out how to achieve a desired result
  • Use what-if analysis to determine the maximum or minimum value of one cell by changing other cells
  • Use what-if analysis to forecast best-case and worst-case results
  • Use what-if analysis to explore a possible set of outcomes at a glance

PivotTables and PivotCharts in Excel 2010

One of the most powerful tools that Excel 2010 provides is a PivotTable that allows you to dynamically reorganize and display your data. PivotTables can summarize huge amounts of data by category without the need to input complex formulas or spend long hours manually reorganizing your spreadsheet. PivotTables also allow you to choose and change what you want to summarize, quickly and easily. This course will introduce you to PivotTables and show you the many benefits they provide.

Learning Objectives
  • Create a PivotTable report
  • Rearranging data in PivotTable reports
  • Customize PivotTable reports
  • Modify a PivotTable report's design
  • Create a PivotChart
  • Modify a PivotChart report
  • Create a PivotTable report
  • Customize a PivotTable report
  • Create a PivotChart report

PivotTable Filters, Calculations, and PowerPivot

PivotTables are a handy tool for summarizing large amounts of data efficiently and making it more manageable. Sometimes, though, it's useful to be able to filter the data in a PivotTable, and Excel 2010 provides filtering functionality for this specific purpose. For those people who require a more visual representation of data, Excel 2010 provides a new feature called a Slicer, which is basically a graphical representation of a PivotTable filter. Excel also provides a number of ways in which you can apply calculations to the data in PivotTables in the form of summary functions and custom calculations. All of these useful features of Excel 2010 are introduced and described in this course.

Learning Objectives
  • Use calculations in PivotTable reports
  • Filter data in PivotTable reports
  • Create and use slicers
  • Identify the functions of elements of the PowerPivot interface
  • Identify the features of PowerPivot for Excel add-in
  • Change functions in PivotTable reports
  • Create your own formula in a PivotTable report
  • Enable multiple filters and apply a Report filter
  • Use slicers to filter data in a PivotTable report
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