This course introduces Microsoft Excel users to the advanced features of the software application, in addition to the usual features such as creating and editing charts; modifying chart options; working with multiple worksheets and workbooks and use financial and logical functions. Participants will earn how to sort and manage data in lists; filter and query data; lookup and database functions, and PivotTables. In-class exercises will involve the use of data tables and scenarios to make projections about data and use Goal Seek and Solver to analyze data. Participants will also learn how to audit worksheets, protect worksheets and workbooks, create and use macros, and import and export information and documents.
- Use financial and logical functions
- Manage data in lists
- Filter and query data
- Use data outlines on worksheets
- Use lookup and database functions
- Use Pivot Tables to display and chart data
- Use data tables and scenarios to make projections
- Analyse data and audit worksheets
- Work with Macros to automate database functions
Joshua Lim have been interested in IT since the mid-1990’s when he taught himself how to build websites. Since then he went on to earn an Honors degree in Information Systems from the National University of Singapore, conducted research on Information Seeking habits in Japan and started his own business in Brunei, specialising in website- building and online solutions.
Over the years, he has had the opportunity to conduct training workshops to impart valuable skills to Bruneians. Most of them have been IT- related but his interest in Performance, Creativity and Human Development has also allowed him to conduct workshops ranging from Improvisation to Facilitation.