# Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2016 Training

This Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2016 training class is meant for students who want to advance their skill set by learning to work with advanced formulas, lists, and illustrations. Students will also work with charts and advanced formatting including styles.

12 Months Access / 8 Course Hrs
• Details
• Syllabus

## Details

This Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2016 training class is meant for students who want to advance their skill set by learning to work with advanced formulas, lists, and illustrations. Students will also work with charts and advanced formatting including styles.

Target Audience: Students who have basic skills with Microsoft Excel 2016 who want to learn intermediate-level skills or students who want to learn the topics covered in this course in the 2016 interface.

##### Enrollment Options:
Self-Paced
12 Months Access Course Code: T8771
No Instructor, Start Anytime
\$50.00 USD

## Syllabus

1. Using Named Ranges in Formulas
1. Naming a Single Cell
2. Naming a Range of Cells
3. Naming Multiple Single Cells Quickly
2. Exercise: Using Named Ranges in Formulas
3. Using Formulas That Span Multiple Worksheets
4. Exercise: Entering a Formula Using Data in Multiple Worksheets
5. Using the IF Function
1. Using AND/OR Functions
2. Using the SUMIF, AVERAGEIF, and COUNTIF Functions
6. Exercise: Using the IF Function
7. Using the PMT Function
8. Exercise: Using the PMT Function
9. Using the LOOKUP Function
10. Using the VLOOKUP Function
11. Exercise: Using the VLOOKUP Function
12. Using the HLOOKUP Function
13. Using the CONCATENATE Function
14. Exercise: Using the CONCATENATE Function
15. Using the TRANSPOSE Function
16. Using the PROPER, UPPER, and LOWER Functions
1. The UPPER Function
2. The LOWER function
3. The TRIM Function
17. Exercise: Using the PROPER Function
18. Using the LEFT, RIGHT, and MID Functions
1. The MID Function
19. Exercise: Using the LEFT and RIGHT Functions
20. Using Date Functions
1. Using the NOW and TODAY Functions
21. Exercise: Using the YEAR, MONTH, and DAY Functions
22. Creating Scenarios
1. Utilize the Watch Window
2. Consolidate Data
3. Enable Iterative Calculations
4. What-If Analyses
5. Use the Scenario Manager
6. Use Financial Functions
2. Working with Lists
1. Converting a List to a Table
2. Exercise: Converting a List to a Table
3. Removing Duplicates from a List
4. Exercise: Removing Duplicates from a List
5. Sorting Data in a List
6. Exercise: Sorting Data in a List
7. Filtering Data in a List
8. Exercise: Filtering Data in a List
9. Adding Subtotals to a List
1. Grouping and Ungrouping Data in a List
10. Exercise: Adding Subtotals to a List
3. Working with Illustrations
1. Working with Clip Art
2. Exercise: Working with Clip Art
3. Using Shapes
5. Working with SmartArt
1. Creating a Custom Chart Template
2. Inserting Charts
3. Exercise: Inserting Charts
4. Exercise: Editing Charts
6. Insert a Text Box
7. Create a Custom Chart Template
5. Working with Tables
1. Format Data as a Table
2. Move between Tables and Ranges
3. Modify Tables
1. Add and Remove Cells within a Table
4. Define Titles
1. Band Rows and Columns
2. Remove Styles from Tables
5. Exercise: Creating and Modifying a Table in Excel
1. Applying Conditional Formatting
2. Exercise: Using Conditional Formatting
3. Working with Styles
1. Applying Styles to Tables
2. Applying Styles to Cells
4. Exercise: Working with Styles
5. Creating and Modifying Templates
1. Modify a Custom Template
7. Microsoft Excel Features that Were New in 2013
1. New Functions in Excel 2013
2. Exercise: Using the New Excel Functions
3. Using New Chart Tools
4. Exercise: Using the New Excel 2013 Chart Tools
5. Using the Quick Analysis Tool
6. Exercise: Using the Quick Analysis Tool
7. Using the Chart Recommendation Feature
8. Features New in 2016
1. New Charts
1. Treemap
2. Sunburst
3. Histogram
4. Waterfall
5. Box and Whisker
6. Pareto