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Certificate - Microsoft Excel Intermediate

New Skills Academy - Online International Courses
Online Full time Part time 10 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom Banbury + 1 more

The MS Excel Intermediate Course will take what you learnt in the beginners course and expand upon it. Additionally, this course will teach you more advanced concepts than those that were presented in the beginners course. [+]

Microsoft Excel Intermediate Certificate

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The MS Excel Intermediate Course will take what you learnt in the beginners course and expand upon it. Additionally, this course will teach you more advanced concepts than those that were presented in the beginners course. What you will learn Some of the highlights of the intermediate Excel course include the following: Learning more about intermediate Excel functions including ABS, AVERAGEIF, AVERAGEIFS, and AVERAGEA Data validation with date, list, time, and numbers Functions such as RANK, MIN, MAX, CHAR, MODE, MEDIAN, CODE, CLEAN, and EXACT How to remove duplicates in Excel Creating random numbers Changing text case How to use Templates Insert Charts Adding custom backgrounds How to use Tables How to auto fill data Adding special characters Changing border colour and theme The intermediate course is set up into short modules, and you can watch the module videos on any device that can connect to the internet. The curriculum in the intermediate course is designed for those who work with Excel in the workplace, and it is primarily for those who want to improve their skills with this program. There is a lot of useful information found in this course, and these skills are necessary for anyone who is going into investments, banking, or consulting, and will also be useful for administrators or for those who track or analyse a lot of data. If you are someone who is new to the workforce, you, too, will find that employers are... [-]