Learn how to perform intermediate level functions in Microsoft Excel. In this course, you will learn how to use LOOKUP functions, build and modify pivot tables, use conditional formatting, find and replace data, and check for errors. Learning these tools will help you bring data to life and allow you to use Excel in a more meaningful way.
What you'll learn
Use the LOOKUP function to look in a single row or column and find a value from the same position in a second row or column.
Build and modify pivot tables
Use conditional formatting
Use find and replace
Perform error checking
In this stage, you'll learn about lookup functions in Microsoft Excel. We'll specifically take a look at the VLOOKUP function and learn why and when to use this function and also show you how to use it.
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Introducing the Course
Introducing Lookup Functions
Using VLOOKUP to Search in a Column
Using HLOOKUP to Search in a Row
LOOKUP Tips and Common Errors
LOOKUP Functions Quiz
In this stage, you'll learn about pivot tables and when and how to use them. We'll see how pivot tables can be a great asset and an efficient way to analyze large sets of data.
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Introducing Pivot Tables
Building a Pivot Table
Finishing the Pivot Table
Other Pivot Table Tips and Tricks
Pivot Table Quiz
Another good aid when analyzing data is conditional formatting, which adds some visualization to data cells in your spreadsheets.
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Introducing Conditional Formatting
Getting Fancy with Conditional Formatting
Conditional Formatting Quiz
Checking for errors is an important step that can save you from making common mistakes.