Join Curt Frye for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Creating a Basic Dashboard in Excel 2016.
- [Curt] Thanks again for working through…Creating a Basic Dashboard in Excel 2016.…I hope you got a lot out of the course.…This was intended to be a brief course, an introduction.…So I wanted to give you some further resources…so that you know where to look for further skills.…Specifically I want to recommend four courses…in the Lynda online training library.…The first is Creating Interactive Dashboards…in Excel 2013 by Nate Makdad.…Everything that Nate teaches you in that course…also works in 2016 and it goes into more depth…than what I showed you here.…
It's a terrific course and I think it's a great next-step.…Next, in case there are any skills…that you want to brush-up on,…I highly recommend Excel 2016…Essential Training by Dennis Taylor.…If you want to learn more about Pivot tables,…which are my favorite feature in Excel…and are extremely powerful in the way…that they let you reorganize your data on the fly,…you can go through my course Excel 2016…Pivot Tables in Depth.…Finally, if you're more of a Power user…
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- Managing data using Excel tables
- Managing PivotTables and PivotCharts
- Summarizing table and PivotTable data
- Defining conditional formats
- Creating sparklines
- Sketching your dashboard layout
- Creating and managing cell links
- Linking cell contents to a shape
- Linking to a PivotTable cell
- Extending your dashboard using hidden rows