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Microsoft Excel training courses

Microsoft Excel is an extremely handy tool, whether you’re completing admin, financial or sales tasks. But without the right training, your team won’t be using Excel effectively. There’s a wide range of Microsoft Excel training courses available to help you, from intro, intermediate, advanced, and specialist areas within Excel.

Our industry expert instructors can provide Microsoft Excel training at your own office, or at a choice of several locations. Choose from Birmingham, Bristol, Exeter, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Reading and various locations in Scotland.

Analyzing Data with Excel

This course is intended for both novice and experienced programmers who have a minimum of three months programming experience and have basic Windows navigation skills.

  • 3 day course
  • 5 dates available
  • 11 locations available
  • Instructor led

Get to grips with Microsoft Excel Macros

This 2-hour webinar offers a look at using macros to quickly automate time consuming, repetitive tasks. Understand the advantages of using Relative Referenced macros. Creating macros to run across all…

  • 2 hour course
  • 3 dates available
  • 10 locations available
  • Instructor led

Microsoft Excel 2016 Data Analysis and Power Tools Part 1

This is the first of a two part series of courses examining the data tools and features found in Microsoft Excel 2016 Professional and Pro Plus*. The course is designed to examine a combination of new and revised…

  • 2 day course
  • 5 dates available
  • 11 locations available
  • Instructor led

Microsoft Excel 2016 Data Analysis and Power Tools Part 2

This is the second of a two part series of courses examining the data tools and features found in Microsoft Excel 2016 Professional and Pro Plus*. The course is designed to examine a combination of new and revised…

  • 2 day course
  • 4 dates available
  • 11 locations available
  • Instructor led

Microsoft Excel Advanced

Find out how to further utilise nested formulas to extract data base on multiple criteria to get results to complex questions. Further user’s knowledge of Pivot Tables by incorporating groupings and calculations.…

  • 1 day course
  • 3 dates available
  • 10 locations available
  • Instructor led

Microsoft Excel Conditional Formatting

This 2-hour Excel webinar offers an insight into using Conditional Formatting to automatically colour text, numbers and dates in a table. Incorporate rules in spreadsheets to format table content based…

  • 2 hour course
  • 3 dates available
  • 10 locations available
  • Instructor led

Microsoft Excel Getting Started

This 2-hour webinar offers an insight into Excel’s fundamental components and aims to give attendees the confidence to effectively create and manage spreadsheets. It looks at simple formula writing as…

  • 2 hour course
  • 3 dates available
  • 10 locations available
  • Instructor led

Microsoft Excel Intermediate

This course focuses on support for writing formulas and the syntax of formulas. It also looks at methods of reporting and data analyses. Those attending will be able summarise tables based on varying criteria…

  • 1 day course
  • 3 dates available
  • 10 locations available
  • Instructor led

Microsoft Excel Introduction

If you – or a member of your team – are looking for timesaving, day-revolutionising Microsoft Excel tips and tricks, take a closer look at the ultimate 1-day Microsoft Excel Introduction training. Practical…

  • 1 day course
  • 3 dates available
  • 10 locations available
  • Instructor led

Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables

This 2-hour Pivot Table webinar looks at creating professional Excel reports, incorporating percentage analyses, difference from analyses and field calculations. Add additional totals by grouping…

  • 2 hour course
  • 3 dates available
  • 10 locations available
  • Instructor led

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