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Excel Skills for Business: Intermediate II (Coursera)

Spreadsheet software remains one of the most ubiquitous pieces of software used in workplaces across the world. Learning to confidently operate this software means adding a highly valuable asset to your employability portfolio. In this third course of our Excel specialization Excel Skills for Business you will delve deeper into some of the most powerful features Excel has to offer.

When you have successfully completed the course you will be able to:

– Check for and prevent errors in spreadsheets;

– Create powerful automation in spreadsheets;

– Apply advanced formulas and conditional logic to help make informed business decisions; and

– Create spreadsheets that help forecast and model data.

Once again, we have brought together a great teaching team that will be with you every step of the way. Nicky, Prashan and myself will guide you through each week. As we are exploring these more advanced topics, we are following Alex who is an Excel consultant called in by businesses that experience issues with their spreadsheets.

Who is this class for: Completing Excel Skills for Business: Intermediate II will be a highly valuable asset for anyone wanting to improve their employment portfolio. This course is for anyone who works with Excel on a regular or daily basis, for self-taught learners who want to fill gaps in their knowledge and for anyone wanting to consolidate their intermediate knowledge of Excel.

Course 3 of 4 in the Excel Skills for Business Specialization

Syllabus

WEEK 1

Data Validation

Graded: Week 1 Final assignment

WEEK 2

Conditional Logic

Graded: Week 2 Final Assignment

WEEK 3

Automating Lookups

Graded: Week 3 Final Assignment

WEEK 4

Formula Auditing and Protection

Graded: Week 4 Final Assignment

WEEK 5

Data Modelling

Graded: Week 5 Final Assignment

WEEK 6

Recording Macros

Graded: Week 6 Final Assignment

Final Assessment

Graded: Final Assessment

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