Managing Excel Lists and Databases: Time-Saving Shortcuts for Sorting, Filtering, Analyzing and More Webinar
For 75-minutes, Excel expert Tom Fragale will lead you through a full array of powerful and easy-to-use database commands and methods critical to effectively working with Excel databases. In this webinar, you will learn how to improve your Excel database skills so that you can better summarize info-making better, more-informed business decisions.
Objectives of the Presentation
Create and use Excel tables, as well as add, edit, search for and delete records in a data list using a form
Use VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP to aggregate data from multiple tables
Sort records in a data list using a variety of methods
Filter data in a list using a variety of methods, as well as work with filtered data
Create and work with subtotaled lists
Use various database functions to summarize data
Create, modify and work with PivotTables, PivotCharts and Slicers
Import external data from a variety of sources into Excel
Why Should you Attend
Learn how to manage databases in Excel with this webinar. Learn the tools that will help large amounts of data seem more manageable and easier to sort through and analyze. Understand what functions work best with large tables, and how you can automate repetitive steps with simple macros. Become a master of working with databases in Excel.
You´ll learn how to cleverly use standard Excel functions that could save you hours of manual work.
Easy-to-use methods to build and manage your database
Specialized database functions that simplify your job
Techniques to sort and filter data in order to identify business trends
Tips and tricks to validate your data and guarantee accuracy
Creating a Database in Excel
Setting up a database or list in Excel, Navigating your database and Data Validation
Data import and clean-up tools
Sorting and Totalling - Sorting, Multi-level sorting, Auto-Filter, Advanced Filters
Database Functions - Sub-totals, Consolidate, DSum, D Average
Summarizing Data - Subtotaled Lists, Using Functions to summarize data
Using Data Analysis - Pivot Tables, Pivot Charts
Working with External Data
Who will Benefit
Experienced Excel users who work with large data sets. Accountants and finance professionals, CFO/Controllers Investment Analysts / Financial Analysts / Business Analysts, Forecasting & Planning Personnel, Mergers & Acquisitions Specialists, Risk Managers, Strategic Planners / Capital Expenditure Planners, Cost Accountants, Managerial Accountants. Any User of Excel who wants to learn how to create form-driven applications and spreadsheets.