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2016 2013 2010 2007 Apple Mac

Learn Excel 2016 for Mac Expert Skills With The Smart Method

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Session 1: Tables and Ranges
Session 1 Introduction
Lesson 1-1: Configure your mouse and display ribbon group names
Lesson 1-2: Understand update models
Lesson 1-3: Check that your Excel version is up to date
Lesson 1-4: Change the Office Theme
Lesson 1-5: Apply a simple filter to a range
Lesson 1-6: Apply a top 10 and custom filter to a range
Lesson 1-7: Apply an advanced filter with multiple OR criteria
Lesson 1-8: Apply an advanced filter with complex criteria
Lesson 1-9: Apply an advanced filter with function-driven criteria
Lesson 1-10: Extract unique records using an advanced filter
Lesson 1-11: Convert a range into a table and add a total row
Lesson 1-12: Format a table using table styles and convert a table into a range
Lesson 1-13: Create a custom table style
Lesson 1-14: Sort a range or table by rows
Lesson 1-15: Sort a range by columns
Lesson 1-16: Sort a range or table by custom list
Lesson 1-17: Name a table and create an automatic structured table reference
Lesson 1-18: Create a manual structured table reference
Lesson 1-19: Use special items in structured table references
Lesson 1-20: Understand unqualified structured table references
Session 1 Exercise
Session 1 Exercise Answers
Session 2: Data Integrity, Subtotals and Validations
Session 2 Introduction
Lesson 2-1: Split fixed width data using Text to Columns
Lesson 2-2: Split delimited data using Text to Columns
Lesson 2-3: Automatically subtotal a range
Lesson 2-4: Create nested subtotals
Lesson 2-5: Consolidate data from multiple data ranges
Lesson 2-6: Use data consolidation to generate quick subtotals from tables
Lesson 2-7: Validate numerical data
Lesson 2-8: Create user-friendly messages for validation errors
Lesson 2-9: Create data validation input messages
Lesson 2-10: Add a formula-driven date validation and a text length validation
Lesson 2-11: Add a table-based dynamic list validation
Lesson 2-12: Use a formula-driven custom validation to enforce complex business rules
Lesson 2-13: Remove duplicate values from a table
Lesson 2-14: Use a custom validation to add a unique constraint to a column
Session 2 Exercise
Session 2 Exercise Answers
Session 3: Advanced Functions
Session 3 Introduction
Lesson 3-1: Understand precedence rules
Lesson 3-2: Use common functions with Formula AutoComplete
Lesson 3-3: Use the Formula Builder task pane and the PMT function
Lesson 3-4: Use the PV and FV functions to value investments
Lesson 3-5: Use the IF logic function
Lesson 3-6: Use the SUMIF and COUNTIF functions to create conditional totals
Lesson 3-7: Understand date serial numbers
Lesson 3-8: Understand common date functions
Lesson 3-9: Use the DATEDIF function
Lesson 3-10: Use date offsets to manage projects using the scheduling equation
Lesson 3-11: Use the DATE function to offset days, months and years
Lesson 3-12: Enter time values and perform basic time calculations
Lesson 3-13: Perform time calculations that span midnight
Lesson 3-14: Understand common time functions and convert date serial numbers to decimal values
Lesson 3-15: Use the TIME function to offset hours, minutes and seconds
Lesson 3-16: Use the AND and OR functions to construct complex Boolean criteria
Lesson 3-17: Understand calculation options (manual and automatic)
Lesson 3-18: Concatenate strings using the concatenation operator (&)
Lesson 3-19: Use the TEXT function to format numerical values as strings
Lesson 3-20: Extract text from fixed width strings using the LEFT, RIGHT and MID functions
Lesson 3-21: Extract text from delimited strings using the FIND and LEN functions
Lesson 3-22: Use a VLOOKUP function for an exact lookup
Lesson 3-23: Use an IFERROR function to suppress error messages
Lesson 3-24: Use a VLOOKUP function for an inexact lookup
Session 3 Exercise
Session 3 Exercise Answers
Session 4: Using Names and the Formula Auditing Tools
Session 4 Introduction
Lesson 4-1: Automatically create single-cell range names
Lesson 4-2: Manually create single cell range names and named constants
Lesson 4-3: Use range names to make formulas more readable
Lesson 4-4: Automatically create range names in two dimensions
Lesson 4-5: Use intersection range names and the INDIRECT function
Lesson 4-6: Create dynamic formula-based range names using the OFFSET function
Lesson 4-7: Create table-based dynamic range names
Lesson 4-8: Create two linked drop-down lists using range names
Lesson 4-9: Understand the #NUM!, #DIV/0! and #NAME? error values
Lesson 4-10: Understand the #VALUE!, #REF! and #NULL! error values
Lesson 4-11: Understand background error checking and error checking rules
Lesson 4-12: Manually check a worksheet for errors
Lesson 4-13: Audit a formula by tracing precedents
Lesson 4-14: Audit a formula by tracing dependents
Session 4 Exercise
Session 4 Exercise Answers
Session 8: Pivot Tables
Session 8 Introduction
Lesson 8-1: Create a one dimensional pivot table report from a table
Lesson 8-2: Create a grouped pivot table report
Lesson 8-3: Understand pivot table rows and columns
Lesson 8-4: Understand the pivot table data cache
Lesson 8-5: Apply a simple filter and sort to a pivot table
Lesson 8-6: Use report filter fields
Lesson 8-7: Filter a pivot table visually using slicers
Lesson 8-8: Use slicers to create a custom timeline
Lesson 8-9: Use report filter fields to automatically create multiple pages
Lesson 8-10: Format a pivot table using pivot table styles
Lesson 8-11: Create a custom pivot table style
Lesson 8-12: Understand pivot table report layouts
Lesson 8-13: Add/remove subtotals and apply cell styles to pivot table fields
Lesson 8-14: Display multiple summations within a single pivot table
Lesson 8-15: Add a calculated field to a pivot table
Lesson 8-16: Add a calculated item to a pivot table
Lesson 8-17: Group by text
Lesson 8-18: Group by date
Lesson 8-19: Group by numeric value ranges
Lesson 8-20: Show row data by percentage of total rather than value
Lesson 8-21: Use pivot table values in simple formulas
Lesson 8-22: Use the GETPIVOTDATA function
Lesson 8-23: Embed multiple pivot tables into a worksheet
Lesson 8-24: Use slicers to filter multiple pivot tables
Session 8 Exercise
Session 8 Exercise Answers