Added to Excel with the 2007 release, Tables are one of Excel’s best features about which most users know very little and, therefore, fail to experience the benefits of working with this great feature. Much more than just a formatting tool, Tables will revolutionize how you work with data in Excel. Tables can serve as data sources that automatically and dynamically re-size to match the volume of data under analysis; Tables provide a simplified means of writing formulas known as Structured Referencing; Tables contain advanced filtering and sorting capabilities; and Tables streamline the process of working with large volumes of data.
If you are using Excel 2007 and newer and are not working with Tables, then you need this four-hour course to increase your efficiency and proficiency with Excel.
CPE Credit: Recommended for 4 hours Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Instructional delivery method: Group-live demo and discussion using color computer projection – NOT a hands-on course
Prerequisites: Fundamental knowledge of Excel 2007 or newer version
Program level: Intermediate
Advance preparation: None
Who should attend: Accounting and financial professionals seeking to become more efficient and proficient with Excel
- Describe Excel's Table feature including how to create Tables in Excel 2007 and newer versions
- List five key advantages of working with Tables
- Create formulas in Tables using Structured References, including formulas that refer to Tables in other worksheets and workbooks
- Use Tables as automatic re-sizing data sources for other objects, including PivotTables and PivotCharts
- Describe how to sort and filter data in Tables, including using external criteria to filter data inside a Table
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