Put your Business Analysis and Reporting skills on steroids

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Do you work with lots of data, track KPIs, make sales projections, make Excel based reports, do business data Analysis and make data-centric PowerPoint presentations?

I have a training package customized just for you. It is for Excel power users who want to do the nearly impossible, become a demi-god at work and automate reports.

If you're interested you can call me on 08089382423 or email mike(at)urbizedge.com or Hannah on 08021180874hannah(at)urbizedge.com.

The package covers the following modules:

1) Data Manipulation in Excel
a. How Excel handles different data types
b. Data consistency, starting with the end in view
c. Building Datasheets that can easily scale
d. Advanced Sorting
i. Cascaded sorting
ii. Sorting across rows (left to right sorting, not the usual up to down sorting)
iii. Sorting and Conditional Formatting to identify trends
e. Advanced Filtering
f. Data cleaning 
i. Removing duplicates
ii. Text-to-column
iii. Grouping
iv. Data Validation
v. Conditional Formatting
g. Data formatting 
i. Using Tables (and when to convert to tables)
ii. Formatting for printing
iii. Formatting for email
iv. Data Review and formatting for 3rd party use
h. Named Ranges

2) Charts
a. All the different Chart types 
i. Line chart and when to use it
ii. Column chart and when to use it
iii. Bar chart and when to use it
iv. Pie chart and it’s dangers
b. Combining charts; when and how.
c. Dynamic Charts, using filter.
d. Best practices when making charts
e. Sparklines 

3) Pivot Table, Pivot Chart and PowerPivot
a. Pivot Table
i. Default Pivot Table
ii. Tabular Pivot Table
iii. Pivot Table Filtering
iv. Making a very dynamic regular table from Pivot Table
v. Calculations and Formula use with Pivot Table
vi. Advanced Pivot Table tricks
b. Pivot Chart
i. Pivot Chart and its limitations
ii. Dynamic Pivot Charts
c. PowerPivot (for Excel 2010 and 2013) only

4) Business Data Analysis
a. Linking sheets 
b. Duplicating sheets (better than copy and paste)
c. Inserting sheets, labeling and coloring the professional way
d. Freezing Panes and splitting windows
e. Conditional formatting 
i. To identify patterns
ii. Using formulae
iii. To make extremely intelligent reports
f. Lookup functions
i. Vlookup 
ii. Hlookup
iii. Looking up the last data or pattern in a particular row or column 
iv. Overcoming the limitations of Vlookup and Hlookup using index and match functions
g. Power Functions
i. IF, IFERROR, AND, OR, ISBLANK, and others in the same family
ii. TEXT manipulative functions to make a completely automated Dashboard
iii. COUNTIFS, SUMIFS, AVERAGEIFS and others, to make dynamic summary tables
iv. MATCH and INDEX to do the impossible
h. Other Functions
i. Math Functions
ii. Text Functions
iii. Logical
iv. Others
i. Formula Auditing 

5) Reporting
a. Best Practices
b. Benefit of a secret Almighty sheet 
c. What to share and what to keep
d. Having the audience/recipient in mind
e. E-mails and Excel reports

6) Excel to PowerPoint 
a. Linking PowerPoint Charts to Excel
b. Embedding Excel sheets in PowerPoint
c. Making a Powerful PowerPoint Presentation

7) Excel VBA 
a. Introduction to VBA
b. Recording Macros and it's limitations
c. Writing your own Macro
d. When to use a Macro and the implications
e. Hands-on, doing the impossible with Macros

If you're interested you can call me on 08089382423 or email mike(at)urbizedge.com or Hannah on 08021180874, hannah(at)urbizedge.com.

Act now and don't delay!

For reviews/feedback from the people who have made use of this special opportunity click here: Reviews. And scroll down to view the many comments people gave after going through the special training. 


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