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Real-World Excel Cases from Work - Part 1

Created by Lenny Wu, Last Updated 07-Nov-2020, Language:English

Real-World Excel Cases from Work - Part 1

This course serves as a refresher for all professionals who need to sharpen their EXCEL skills for professional use.

Created by Lenny Wu, Last Updated 07-Nov-2020, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • Identify key components in the EXCEL body of knowledge (BOK) created by the instructor
  • Discover 4 major ways of initiating a command in EXCEL
  • Explore the features of cells, rows, columns, sheets, and files in EXCEL
  • Recognize means of achieving dynamic features by using certain formulas and functions
  • Discover ways of deploying commands by using keyboard short-cuts
  • Explore methods to apply appropriate cell format and page layout

Requirements

  • No Advanced Preparation or Prerequisites are needed for this course.
  • Experience with Excel is helpful.

Description

This course is one of a video series that documents common issues met in working with Microsoft EXCEL. This course presents 10 cases which have been collected directly from real working environments and are intended to share with professionals using EXCEL so that they can learn how to leverage the tool in “the real world”.

For these cases to be relevant and organized, the course first provides a unique view of the Body of Knowledge (BOK) of EXCEL created by the instructor, which is a first in EXCEL training and publications. The BOK illustrates the usual learning path of an EXCEL learner, naturally from basic to intermediate, and then on to advanced and expert levels. The BOK is open-ended with the top level embracing more esoteric skills and future developments in EXCEL.

Under the guidance of the BOK, all cases are tailored to the corresponding knowledge level so that the learner may ascertain which areas they are good at and which require a bit more work. For each case, the course illustrates what the issues are, why the issues exist, and how to solve them. The course also encourages contributions from the audience who believe there may be better ways of resolving these issues. Those suggestions from the audience will be shared and acknowledged in future parts of the series.

This course serves as a refresher for all professionals who need to sharpen their EXCEL skills for professional use.

If you would like Continuing Education Credit (e.g. CPE, CE, CPD, etc.) for this course, it is available if you take this course on the Illumeo dot com platform under course title: EXCEL Challenges (Part I): Real Cases from Work. Illumeo is certified to provide CPE in over two dozen different professional certifications covering finance, accounting, treasury, internal audit, HR, and more. However, in order to receive CPE credit the courses must be taken on an ‘approved-by-the-governing-body’ CPE platform, and for over two dozen corporate professional certifications, that is the Illumeo platform. Go to Illumeo dot com to learn more.

Course Content

Lenny Wu

Lenny Wu was a Lecturer at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. He also sat as an Examiner for the International English Language Testing System (or IELTS) in the 1990s. On top of these, he is an exam trainer for various high profile exams, such as GRE (or Graduate Record Examination), GMAT (or Graduate Management Admission Test), TOEFL (or Test of English as a Foreign Language),  and math contests such as Euler, Gauss and Pascal. He has published books on test taking strategies. 

Lenny received his MBA, Finance from The George Washington University in Washington, DC, USA, and currently is a Senior Financial Analyst with an international engineering company in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Lenny's motto at work is "Don’t work hard, work smart". Lenny has passion in teaching how to build your own "robot" into everyday office work. He has over over 22 years working with Microsoft Excel, and he is a modeling expert in Power Query, Power Pivot, and Power BI.

Lenny is a big proponent of OCR (One-click Reporting), and SSR (Self-service Reporting).