Microsoft Excel 2007 offers many unique capabilities in managing lists, ranging from validating the data, formatting it, using filters to viewing desired subsets of the data, to using powerful database functions and summarizing important information quickly and easily. But it doesn’t stop here. PivotTable Reports get into the picture to help you build useful reports in minutes and modify them easily to answer a variety of business questions and therefore get unique insights from your data.
Kim Silverman, VP of Productivity at People-OnTheGo, who has taught hundreds of the People-OnTheGo webinars helping thousands of participants take their skills to the next level in many of the Microsoft Office Applications, shared some important insights about Excel 2007 lists in our weekly lunch & learn webinar this week, and gave an overview of what PivotTables can do.
Webinar Recording is now on Facebook
If you missed this session, you can see the recording on Facebook at the Accomplishing more with less group. Search for the group, and join it, and then once you're in the group page, scroll down to the videos (on the left side of the page) and find Kim's session.
Want more comprehensive Excell 2007 techniques
These three online live workshops (via web/phone conferencing) are coming up soon (soon as in next week--see below how you can get a free class):
The Advanced Excel PivotTables(covers both Excel 2003 & 2007)
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