Excel: Analyze Data with Tables and Conditional Formatting, Unlock Excel’s Power: Master Data Structuring, Formatting & Analysis with Expert Techniques in this Comprehensive Course.
In this class you will learn how to structure, prepare and analyze data in a simple yet efficient way when you use tables and conditional formatting together.
After taking this class you will be able to structure data by using tables, change the formatting of a cell or add descriptive content to it with conditional formatting and you will be able to analyze data by sorting and filtering a table using its conditional formatted cells.
WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE THIS CLASS
We often need to structure and analyze data in a short period of time. So, we need a simple yet effective way to do this.
Excel gives us the possibility to combine related data in a range of cells with tables. And you can change the appearance of certain cells by highlighting them with conditional formatting based on rules which are pre-defined by you.
If you want to learn how to structure, prepare and analyze data in a simple yet efficient way when you use tables and conditional formatting together, you should definitely take this class.
As an Engineer, I am using Excel every day at work. With my knowledge, I will help you saving your time by focusing on the relevant parts of this topic.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR
This class is for everyone who knows the basics of Excel. If you do not know the basics yet, go check out my Excel Basic Training.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
I have divided this class into three main learning goals:
- Structure data
Combine related data in a range of cells with tables.
- Format an area as a table.
- Change the table design to adjust the appearance of the table.
- Fill the table with data.
- Prepare data
Change the formatting of a cell or add descriptive content to it with conditional formatting.
- Create new conditional formatting rules.
- Manage existing conditional formatting rules in the Conditional Formatting Rules Manager.
- Analyze data
Sort and filter the data in the table using its conditional formatted cells.
- Sort the data in the table.
- Filter the data in table to concentrate on the relevant content.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
- Microsoft Excel
- You will get example sales data to create your own table.