Productive Expertise & Efficiency
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Want the recognition (or salary increase) that comes with Microsoft certification?
Looking for a career in data and wondering where to begin?
Then start here.
Join author, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and bestselling instructor Brian Culp for a comprehensive look at the skills that will get you up to speed on Microsoft Excel, and get you ready for the 77-727 exam: Excel Core Data Analysis, Manipulation, and Presentation.
There's a reason why Brian's Microsoft Office courses are among the best-selling on the planet. Here's what others are saying:
"Excellent content! Just what I was looking for to enhance productivity at the office." -Paige Popejoy
"Great personality and explained things well. Felt like he was at my desk explaining it to me." -William Potts
"I can't believe how much I learned. The instructor is great and the lessons were so easy to follow." -Sherie L.
"Very precise, clear and constructive." -Forent Sidler
"Perfect." -Yvonne Belo
In short, Excel is the most in commonly used and in-demand tool for making sense of data. And when you start to master that data analysis power, you'll be a sought-after employee, which ultimately means that you can EARN MORE MONEY!.
Plus, you're always covered by the full refund policy.
If you're ready to chart a course for new opportunities, enroll now, and I'll see you in class!
- It is not necessary, but students will be best served by having an install of Project on their PC
- Either the Standard or Professional editions will do for this course
The topics of this Microsoft Excel course map to the 77-727 objectives, meaning that the following tasks are covered:
- Creating, navigating, and formatting worksheets and workbooks
- Configuring views, print options, and worksheet security
- Managing data in cells and ranges
- Using sparklines and conditional formatting
- Using tables to quickly sort and filter data
- Performing basic data analysis with functions and formulas
- Adding charts and modifying chart elements
- Inserting text boxes and other graphical elements