Excel is considered the key tool in the Administrative Professionals productivity toolbox. Since most Excel users are self-taught, they haven’t learned many of the secrets to taking Excel’s functionality to the next level. This webinar, designed for all levels of proficiency, will show the tools, from very fundamental (yet not well known) to super advanced (yet easy to use) that will take your skills to the next level. Understanding custom lists, building functions, fixing poorly designed worksheets, creating 3D formulas and executing Pivot Tables are just part of what will be showcased in this hour long webinar.
In this session, you will learn:
- Identify and use over 15 essential Excel tools for enhancing productivity
- Create graphs with one click and simplify creating multiple worksheet formulas
- Understand the power and simplicity of advanced tools such as Pivot Tables
Bonus Handouts: Webinar Excel Workbooks
Hot Tip: An advantage of having an updated Excel 365 version is to receive the latest productivity tools. Excel has recently rolled out Ideas (initially called Insights). This tool uses artificial intelligence to analyze your data and identify trends. Look for it on the far right of the Home menu.
About James Spellos: James Spellos is the President of Meeting U., a company specializing in helping people become more productive and comfortable with technology. Jim is certified as a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). He delivers over 150 seminars annually on how to use technology more efficiently, and how it is altering the nature of business. Jim is an adjunct faculty member at New York University, teaching in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies since 1990. He has been honored with both their Award for Teaching Excellence and their Outstanding Service Award. In the past few years, Jim has also been named a meeting industry trendsetter by Meetings Today magazine.
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