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Conquer some of the most daunting features in Microsoft Excel once and for all. In this 2013 update to his popular series, author Dennis Taylor demystifies some of the most challenging of the 300+ formulas and functions in Excel and shows how to put them to their best use. The course starts with a review of the more basic, building-block functions, and a few critical keyboard shortcuts that will speed up working with Excel data, even on multiple sheets. Dennis then covers how to perform advanced searching and data retrieval with Lookup functions, tabulate and sort data with counting and statistical functions, format data with text and math functions, and work with financial data using advanced formulas. Dennis focuses on practical examples that transition effortlessly to real-world scenarios.
(MUSIC). Hi. I'm Dennis Taylor and I'm happy to present Excel 2013 Advanced Formulas and Functions. For many Excel users, the central focus of what they do is writing formulas and functions. If you really want to take advantage of Excel's power, you need exposure to its many functions. I'll start off by showing you some great shortcuts for building formulas and functions, numerous variations on the aforementioned IF and VLOOKUP functions, vital statistical and math functions, and some date functions that could prove to be indispensable. I'll show you how text functions can help you clean up flawed data, how powerful array formulas and functions give you even more analytical possibilities, and I'll show you how to use functions in combination with one another to achieve even greater power. Welcome to Excel 2013 Advanced Formulas and Functions.
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