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Microsoft® Excel Data Lists and Tables

October 18, 2023 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am



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Microsoft® Excel Data Lists and Tables will expose the user to the use of data lists and tables where both simple and complex sorting is involved. They will also work with a variety of filters and learn how to create subtotals on their data. In addition, the user will create table field formulas and use spreadsheet formulas that feature table fields. There will also be an exploration of the Database Function category where criteria can be used to create aggregate functions on list and table data.

Objective: Upon completion of this course the Excel user will be able to effectively sort and filter list and table data, use DFunctions, and create subtotals on data lists.

  • Observing a Data List
    1. Sorting data
      1. Simple sorting
      2. Complex sorting
        • Specified custom sorting
      3. Filtering data
        1. Using AutoFilter
        2. Multi-field filters
          • The Advanced Filter
  • Creating Subtotals
    1. Grouping data by sorting
    2. Single and multi-level subtotals
  • Using Tables
    1. Table options
    2. Formula Fields
    3. Using Table Fields in formulas
  • Using Database Functions
    1. DSUM
    3. DMAX
    4. DMIN
    5. DCOUNT

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October 18, 2023
9:30 am - 11:30 am
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