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Microsoft Excel - Advanced Level 2

Microsoft Excel - Advanced Level 2

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  • Mon 29 Oct ’18, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
  • Mon 5 Nov ’18, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
  • Mon 12 Nov ’18, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
  • Mon 19 Nov ’18, 7:00pm – 9:00pm


Selwyn Community Education, 203 Kohimarama Road, Kohimarama



Ticket Information:

  • Course fee: $54.00

Selwyn Community Education is based at Selwyn College, Kohimarama, Auckland.

This course runs over four Monday evenings 7 - 9pm starting 29 October.

Effective formula writing is a must for taking your excel skills further - including knowing when to use different types of cell references, and using range names and the structured references used in Excel tables. You will also need to go beyond the basic functions that are used everyday such as Sum Count and Average – and this course aims to introduce you to the logical function IF, and the summary functions SUMIF and COUNTIF.

One of the most in-demand Excel skills is being able to create effective data summaries using pivot tables. This course will introduce this tool and then look further into it in the follow up course. The course aims to do a lot of hands on practice with these skills and there is the option to work with your own data to develop solutions.

Who should attend?
Those who have completed our prior three Excel courses or already have knowledge in this area. Contact the office for more information. Please note that this is our highest level Excel class so those enrolling should have very strong Excel skills.

We also offer Microsoft Excel - Beginners, Microsoft Intermediate and Microsoft Excel - Advanced courses. Search our website or Eventfinda for more details.

Our mission is to provide quality affordable and accessible lifelong learning opportunities for our community.

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