Enliten IT’s Microsoft Excel 2010 training courses offer you a convenient way to gain the skills you need. Whether you are new to Excel, are self taught or you think you know a fair bit, we have the course for you. Whichever course you choose you will find lots of useful tips and tricks for getting the most out of Excel.
Microsoft Excel 2010 training courses
For those new to Microsoft Excel our 1-day Excel 2010 Introduction course covers the basics (formula’s, formatting, printing and graphics). More experienced users may wish to attend our Intermediate Excel 2010 course (3d formulas, linking files and data analysis tools such as pivot tables). Experienced users should look to our two Excel 2010 Advanced courses (Advanced Excel 2010 - level 1 and Advanced Excel 2010 - level 2) for more complex mathematical functions and use of data modelling tools. Our 2-day Excel 2010 VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) course covers writing Excel macros and programming.
All our Microsoft Excel training courses can be run on-site (at your offices) or at our training centres in Harlow, Cambridge, Sunderland or Bicester.
If you're not sure which is the right Microsoft Excel 2010 training course for you, use our free online Training Needs Analysis Tool, or call to speak to one of our trainers.
PRICING AND DATES
For pricing and availability about a public scheduled course or a private company Microsoft Excel training course, please check online or just pick up the phone and call on 0845 1085481.
The suggested course duration is a guideline. Course topics and duration may be modified by the instructor based upon the knowledge and skill level of the course participants.
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What is Excel?
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet application which allows you to calculate (it contains hundreds of pre-defined formulas), graph, sort and manipulate data in a variety of ways. It also has a macro programming language called VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) which enables users to build or automate their own applications.
It can be used for any problem that requires number crunching (simple or complex) or the storage/analysis of data lists – e.g. budgets, forecasts, accounts, invoices, estimates, finances, storing and analysing data of any type (HR, Sales, H&S etc.), creating graphs etc…