Excel Expert 2016 certification, this official Study Guide delivers:
In-depth preparation for each MOS objective Detailed procedures to help build the skills measured by the exam Hands-on tasks to practice what you've learned Ready-made practice files Sharpen the skills measured by these objectives:
Create and Manage Workbooks Apply Custom Formatting and Layouts Create Advanced Formulas Perform Data Analysis Create Advanced Charts and PivotTables
Country of Publication:
03 November 2016
Tertiary & Higher Education
Chapter 1 - Manage and share workbooks 1.1 Manage workbooks 1.2 Manage workbook review Chapter 2 - Apply custom formats and layouts 2.1 Apply custom data formats 2.2 Apply advanced conditional formatting and filtering 2.3 Apply custom styles and templates 2.4 Prepare workbooks for internationalization and accessibility Chapter 3 - Create advanced formulas 3.1 Apply functions in formulas 3.2 Look up data by using functions 3.3 Apply advanced date and time functions 3.4 Perform data analysis and business intelligence 3.5 Troubleshoot formulas 3.6 Define named ranges and objects Chapter 4 - Create advanced charts and tables 4.1 Create advanced chart elements 4.2 Create and manage PivotTables 4.3 Create and manage PivotCharts
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