Microsoft Excel

Introduction and Basic Brush-up of MS Excel and Excel Back-End Operations

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Start-up with MS Excel, Quick review on MS Excel Customize Ribbon, Quick Access Toolbar, Mini Toolbar.
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Conversion of Excel files to PDF.
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Introduction of Excel shortcut keys: Chart will be provided by Advanced Excel.
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Introduction to Excel Worksheet, Row, Column, Cells etc.
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Detailed discussion on Excel design, Back-End working structure and Excel Options.
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Use of Basic Operators
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Introduction to the Data and Data Formats.
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Inserting, Deleting, Moving, and linking the data in between the multiple sheets.

Start-up with Formulas: Part-I AND Working With Name Ranges

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Text Functions
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Combine multiple formulas
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Writing of the Complex formulas for improvement in formulas writing skills.
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Date and Time Functions

Basic If Formulas

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If, If with OR, If with AND, If with AND OR, If with OR AND.
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If with Trim, If with Concatenation, If with Left, Mid, Right.
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If with Other formulas, Complex formulas writing in If.

Advanced Level if Formulas

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Nested If (For Multiple Conditions), If condition used more than one time in the same formula.
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Production Store Management template with the help of Nested If. (Example)
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Nested if with left, Mid, Right

Super Advanced Level If Formulas: (Huge Formula Writing)

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Nested if with Multiple Text Functions in a single formula.
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Preparation of the TAX Calculation Sheet by Nested if (Based on Indian and US Tax)
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Nested if with Other Critical Lookup Formulas (To be discussed after Super Advanced Look-up Class).
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Nested if with Look-up (To be discussed in Super Advanced Look-up Class).
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Other Complex Nested if to be discussed in Class.
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Introduction to Name Manager
  • Use of Name Manager.
  • Create Name Ranges Automatically.

Start-up With Formulas: Part-II And Use of Tool Find and Select

(Go To Special)

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Math and Trig Functions
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Use of Sum product as lookup and in various activities.
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Statistical Functions
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Use of Sum if, Sumifs, Count if, Counties, Average if, Averaefis with the Name Ranges.
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Informative AND Other Functions

Start-up With Formulas: Part-III: Lookup Functions

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Lookup Functions
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Basic Level Lookup Formulas
  • Discussion on Lookup Functions, Use of Lookup, Vlookup, Hlookup, Index, Indirect Match, Offset, Choose, Rows, Columns.
  • VLookup with Name Range.
  • Hlookup with Name Range.

Advanced Level Lookup Formulas

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Vlookup with Match, Hlookup with Match.
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Lookup from the Left side of Data. (Lookup, Index and Match)
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Vlookup with Left, Mid and Right.
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Vlookup with Multiple Text Functions.
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Hlookup with Multiple Text Functions.

Super Advanced Level Lookup Formulas: (Huge Formula Writing)

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Vlookup from multiple Data Ranges. (With the help of Logical and Lookup Functions).
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Vlookup with arrays.
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Hlookup with arrays.
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Vlookup with other Multiple Lookup functions.
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Hlookup with other Multiple Lookup functions.
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Creation of Hyperlink.

Magic with Array Formulas

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What are the Array Formulas, How Array Formulas work and Use of the Array Formulas, Acceptance of Array Formulas in today’s scenario?
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Basic Array Formulas Example.
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Linking of Spreadsheet with the help of Array
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Array in Multiple formulas.
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Array with Lookup functions.
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Advanced Use of formulas with Array.
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Use of Sum product in critical situations.

Structuring Of The Data and What If Analysis

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Use of Sorting to arrange the data in ascending and descending order. Addition and deletion of levels to sort the data on multiple parameters.
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Use of Sorting to arrange the data in Left to Right Order. Addition and deletion of levels to sort the data on multiple parameters.
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What if Analysis: Detailed Discussion On What if Analysis. Analysis of Data by using the Scenario Manager and Data Table and Goad Seek.

Conditional Formatting and Working with Charts

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Working With Charts: Detailed discussion on graphical presentation of Data by using Charts.
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Presentation with a different kind to Basic charts like Column Charts, Line Charts, Pie Charts, Bar Charts, Scatter Charts
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Preparation of Advanced Level of Charts: Gantt Chart, Bubble Chart, Speedo Meter Chart. Pareto Chart, Waterfall Chart.
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Introduction to Multiple switches and buttons: Like Form Control, Combo Box, Check Box, Spin Box, List Box and Option Box.
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How to Use Switches with Offset function effectively in Charts?
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Preparation of the Interactive Charts.
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Preparation of the Dashboards: Different of Kind of Advanced level of Dashboards
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Use of Formulas Like Offset, Match, Sum if, Sumifs and many more to prepare the Dashboards.
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Use of Sparkline to your Sheet, Interactive Sparkline’s
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Working with 2axis and 3axis charts.
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Use of Data Validation in Charting.

Pivot Table and Pivot Charts with Slicer and Handling of Errors In Excel

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Start with Pivot Table, Do the Multiple Field Setting in Pivot Table.
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Pivot form the Multiple Source of Data.
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Pivot from the Multiple Data Ranges.
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Pivot from the Name Range.
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Insert slicer in Pivot Table and Pivot charts.
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Use of Tool “Error Checking”.
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Removing Duplicates.
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Trace Precedents, Trace Dependents.
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Discussion of Errors and handling of multiple errors like.
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What is Circular References error? How to rectify Circular Reference?

Start with VBA Macro Programming: Recording of Macros and Writing of Macro

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Introduction of VBA
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Display of Developers Tab and VB Editor.
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Macro Security.
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Introduction to Macro Recordings
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Working on Various Examples of Macro Recorder.
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Introduction to the writing of basic VBA codes.
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Working in the Visual Basic Editor
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Saving Off Your Macro.
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Introduction to Personal Macros.

VBA Macro Programming: Programming Writing Concepts and Data Types

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Defining Variables to Macro.
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Variable Naming rules, Declaring, Initializing Variables, Option Explicit, Object Variables
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Scope and lifetime of variables.
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Discussion on different Types of Variables.
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Use of Local Window.
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Working on Programming, Understanding on VBA Language.
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Introduction of Message Box in Macro.
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Introduction of Input Box in Macro.
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Use of decision making statements in Macro by using: If and Else conditions, And /OR conditions, Select-Case and Not statements.

VBA Macro Programming: Working with Loops and Range Objects

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Introduction of the Loops in Macro.
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Use of Different type of loops
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Working with Range Objects: Selecting, Copying and Pasting the Ranges and extract the data on the same Worksheet level.
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Selecting, Copying and Pasting the Ranges and extract the data on different Worksheet level in the same Workbook.
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Selecting, Copying and Pasting the Ranges and extract the data on different Workbook Level.
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Consolidation from the multiple worksheets to a single worksheet by using range object and multiple loops.
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Consolidation from the multiple workbooks to a single workbook by using range object and multiple loops.
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Use of Multiple Inner Loops in complicated situations.

VBA Macro Programming: Writing of Formula in VBA and Error Handling

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Introduction of programming concepts for writing the Excel Formulas in to the Program.
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Difference between the A1 and R1C1 style of writing a formula in VBA.
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Look at the style A1 and R1C1 and decide which is better.
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Find out the better solution to write the formulas in VBA.
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Writing of the basic formulas in to VBA.
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Writing of the complex formulas in to the VBA.
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Writing of Logical formulas and Lookup formulas in VBA.
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Freezing of the formula in VBA.
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Other useful formulas to be write in Class.
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Types of Errors: Design Errors, Compile Errors, Runtime Errors. Logical Errors.
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How to Debug the Errors?

VBA Macro Programming: Advanced VBA Functions

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User Define Function (UDF)
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ADD-IN: Discussion on ADD-IN: What is ADD-IN, Use of ADD-IN and How to create ADD-IN.
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Working with VBA Events: Discussion on VBA Events, what are Events, How and when to use the VBA Events.

VBA Macro Programming: Form Vs. Active X Controls and Advanced User Forms

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Using User Form Controls
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User Form Techniques and Tricks
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Form Control vs Active X control, Accessing Your Macros through the User Interface. VBA User Forms

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