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Microsoft Excel 2019 Training

Microsoft Excel is the go-to spreadsheet application, no matter if you’re using it personally or professionally. Whether your knowledge of Microsoft Excel is beginner’s level or advanced, this Microsoft Excel 2019 Training online course will help take your abilities to a new height – covering topics from basic to intermediate and even advanced.

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5 Hrs 37 Min
58 On-demand Videos
Closed Captions

Closed Captions

Course Topics
3  Topics
Question & Answers
54 Prep Questions
Certificate of Completion

Certificate of Completion

Note: Even though this course is based on an older version, it is still a worthwhile resource for online learning and training.

About our Microsoft Excel 2019 Training online course

Our online Excel training course covers Microsoft Excel 2019 which is the most popular spreadsheet application for both personal and professional use. So staying on top of the latest version is very important for anyone considering career advancement. Regardless of your level of understanding, you will benefit from this Microsoft Excel 2019 training course because it covers basic, intermediate, and advanced topics.

This course will help arm you with the knowledge to use it more effectively whether you are using it at home or in the workplace. In addition, it will help students understand how to manipulate data within a spreadsheet, validate, and present information using the built-in structure and functions of Microsoft Excel.

What you will learn in this online Excel training course Video-based lessons

This course includes six hours of training and 58 videos. Throughout this online Excel training course, students will learn how to save files, entering and formatting data, how to work with formulas, inserting functions, how to use function, customizing charts, and more!

  • This training is your one-stop source for all things Excel—from the basics to advanced features. Brush up on everything you need to know about this powerful software!
  • Are you new to Excel? Don’t worry! With this tutorial, you’ll quickly become an expert in all the fundamental elements of spreadsheets.
  • Master Excel Skills & Become An Expert User by creating custom charts
  • Excel will revolutionize your workflow, allowing you to automate and streamline processes like never before.
  • Master the art of writing potent and agile formulas that will make your work in Excel much easier. Create dynamic reports by mastering one of the most popular tools, PivotTables
  • Unleash the full potential of Excel with Macros and revolutionize how you complete your everyday tasks.

Key Term Knowledge Base: Key Terms Related to Microsoft Excel 2019 Training

Understanding key terms related to Microsoft Excel 2019 is crucial for anyone looking to improve their skills in this powerful spreadsheet software. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced user, familiarity with these terms will enhance your ability to effectively navigate and utilize Excel’s features, leading to more efficient and sophisticated data management and analysis.

RibbonThe topmost section in Excel containing tabs and tools for various functionalities.
FormulaAn expression used to calculate and process data in Excel cells.
CellThe basic unit for storing data in a spreadsheet, identified by a column letter and row number.
PivotTableA tool in Excel for summarizing, analyzing, exploring, and presenting large data sets.
MacroA set of instructions that automates repetitive tasks in Excel.
Data ValidationA feature that controls the type of data or the values that users enter into a cell.
VLOOKUPA function that searches for a value in the first column of a table and returns a value in the same row from a specified column.
HLOOKUPSimilar to VLOOKUP, but searches for a value in the top row of a table.
Conditional FormattingA feature that changes the appearance of cells based on specific conditions.
Absolute ReferenceA cell reference that remains constant even if the formula is copied or moved.
Named RangeA descriptive name assigned to a set of cells or range in Excel.
ChartA graphical representation of data, created to make data more understandable.
SparklineA mini-chart placed in a single Excel cell to show a visual summary of data.
Logical FunctionsFunctions in Excel that test for true or false conditions and make logical comparisons.
Date and Time FunctionsFunctions that help in working with dates and times in Excel.
WorksheetA single spreadsheet within an Excel workbook, containing cells arranged in rows and columns.
WorkbookA file containing one or more worksheets in Excel.
FunctionA pre-defined calculation in Excel that simplifies complex calculations.
AutofillA feature that automatically fills cells with data, formulas, or series.
Freeze PanesA feature to lock specific rows or columns so they remain visible when scrolling.
HyperlinkA link in a cell that directs to another place in the workbook, another document, or a web page.
GroupingA feature that allows you to group rows or columns together and collapse or expand them.
Text to ColumnsA tool that splits text from one cell into multiple cells based on a specified delimiter.
Goal SeekA tool used to find the input values needed to achieve a desired result in a cell.
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)The programming language used to write macros and automate tasks in Excel.
Structured ReferencesA way of referring to tables and table elements in formulas.
Data AnalysisThe process of inspecting, cleansing, transforming, and modeling data with the goal of discovering useful information.
Conditional FunctionsFunctions that perform different calculations or actions based on whether a condition is true or false.
Nested FormulasFormulas in Excel where one formula is placed inside another.
Page Layout ViewA view in Excel that shows how a printed Excel sheet will look.
Quick Access ToolbarA customizable toolbar in Excel that provides easy access to frequently used commands.
Workbook ProtectionThe process of restricting access to an entire Excel workbook to protect the data from unauthorized changes.
Pivot ChartA visual representation of data in a PivotTable.
Data TableA range of cells that show how changing one or two variables in formulas will affect the results.
FilteringA process to view only the data in a spreadsheet that meets certain criteria.
SortingOrganizing data in a specific order within a spreadsheet.

Understanding these key terms will significantly enhance your ability to navigate and utilize Microsoft Excel 2019 effectively, whether for personal or professional use.

FAQs Related to Excel

What is a PivotTable and how is it used in Excel?

A PivotTable in Excel is a powerful tool used to summarize, analyze, sort, and reorganize data from large data sets in a spreadsheet, allowing for dynamic and flexible data representation.

How do I use VLOOKUP in Excel?

VLOOKUP is a function that searches for a specific value in the first column of a table and returns a value in the same row from a column you specify. It’s used for searching and retrieving data from a specific column.

Can I automate repetitive tasks in Excel?

Yes, you can automate repetitive tasks in Excel by using Macros. Macros are sequences of instructions that automate tasks, which are particularly useful for repetitive or complex series of actions.

What is the difference between a formula and a function in Excel?

A formula is an expression that calculates the value of a cell, which can include operators and cell references. A function, on the other hand, is a predefined formula in Excel that makes complex calculations easier.

How can I protect my Excel data from unauthorized changes?

You can protect your data in Excel by using Workbook Protection. This feature allows you to set passwords and restrict editing, preventing unauthorized changes to the spreadsheet’s structure or contents.

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Microsoft Excel 2019 Course Content

Module 1: Beginner

  •    1.0 Intro
  •    1.1 The Ribbon
  •    1.2 Saving Files
  •    1.3 Entering and Formatting Data
  •    1.4 Printing from Excel & Using Page Layout View
  •    1.5 Formulas Explained
  •    1.6 Working with Formulas and Absolute References
  •    1.7 Specifying and Using Named Range
  •    1.8 Correct a Formula Error
  •    1.9 What is a Function
  •    1.10 Insert Function & Formula Builder
  •    1.11 How to Use a Function- AUTOSUM, COUNT, AVERAGE
  •    1.12 Create and Customize Charts

Module 2: Intermediate

  •    2.0 Recap
  •    2.1 Navigating and editing in two or more worksheets
  •    2.2 View options - Split screen, view multiple windows
  •    2.3 Moving or copying worksheets to another workbook
  •    2.4 Create a link between two worksheets and workbooks
  •    2.5 Creating summary worksheets
  •    2.6 Freezing Cells
  •    2.7 Add a hyperlink to another document
  •    2.8 Filters
  •    2.9 Grouping and ungrouping data
  •    2.10 Creating and customizing all different kinds of charts
  •    2.11 Adding graphics and using page layout to create visually appealing pages
  •    2.12 Using Sparkline formatting
  •    2.13 Converting tabular data to an Excel table
  •    2.14 Using Structured References
  •    2.15 Applying Data Validation to cells
  •    2.16 Comments - Add, review, edit
  •    2.17 Locating errors

Module 3: Advanced

  •    3.1 Recap
  •    3.2 Conditional (IF) functions
  •    3.3 Nested condition formulas
  •    3.4 Date and Time functions
  •    3.5 Logical functions
  •    3.6 Informational functions
  •    3.7 VLOOKUP & HLOOKUP
  •    3.8 Custom drop down lists
  •    3.9 Create outline of data
  •    3.10 Convert text to columns
  •    3.11 Protecting the integrity of the data
  •    3.12 What is it, how we use it and how to create a new rule
  •    3.13 Clear conditional formatting & Themes
  •    3.14 What is a Pivot Table and why do we want one
  •    3.15 Create and modify data in a Pivot Table
  •    3.16 Formatting and deleting a Pivot Table
  •    3.17 Create and modify Pivot Charts
  •    3.18 Customize Pivot Charts
  •    3.19 Pivot Charts and Data Analysis
  •    3.20 What is it and what do we use it for
  •    3.21 Scenarios
  •    3.22 Goal Seek
  •    3.23 Running preinstalled Macros
  •    3.24 Recording and assigning a new Macro
  •    3.25 Save a Workbook to be Macro enabled
  •    3.26 Create a simple Macro with Visual Basics for Applications (VBA)
  •    3.27 Outro
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