This advanced online course on Microsoft Excel 2010 is not for beginners. This awesome course is ideal for those seeking to enhance their Excel 2010 knowledge, it even goes deeper into the features and functions of the powerful excel spreadsheet. The course is perfect for those already having a good knowledge of Microsoft Excel 2010 basics. In this online course, you will learn advanced features. You will learn about performing lookups with HLOOKUP and VLOOKUP. By the conclusion of this advanced computer software tutorial for Microsoft Excel 2010, you will have mastered the advanced features and functions of this software. Working files are included to allow you to follow along with the author. The course starts with an explanation to show the differences between excel 2007 and excel 2010. It begins with useful functions like Paste Special, Logical, countif goes on to explain advanced features like HLOOKUP, VLOOKUP, Match, Offset, Forecast etc. What-if-analysis in one dimension, two dimension table, solver, Goal seek have been done beautifully taking examples. Pivot Tables in details, range, excel tools, advanced charts have been dealt beautifully in details. The objective of this online program is to make you awesome in Advanced Excel 2010. This course is best viewed on HD 720p. The same option is given in Udemy Video Screen Bottom Right.
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Instructor: Mr. Dheeraj V. (CFA, FRM, IIML, IITD) Dheeraj, A financial wizard, His relentless pursuit of knowledge and financial acumen has made him one of the most sought after individual in the training circles. He was associated with J.P Morgan Chase Equity Research Group as an analyst and later moved to CLSA India (Asia’s #1 Broking Firm) in the field of Equity Research and Investment Banking domain. Website: - edu CBA Course Page – excel training 2010 advanced Be a part of the learning community onFacebook orTwitter You may also find awesome resources at our Excel blog