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Microsoft Excel 2013: Working with Data Ranges and Tables

WeiRuan-->WeiRuan Excel 2013: Working with Data Ranges and Tables by Napier-Rivers LLC
English | Apr 23, 2015 | ASIN: B00WMUXRRO | 204 Pages | AZW3/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 13.4 MB

WeiRuan-->WeiRuan Excel 2013: Working with Data Ranges and Tables is a two-lesson intermediate level course that guides you through organizing, entering and validating worksheet data and then effectively sorting, filtering, subtotaling, and outlining the data.
You also learn how to define well-organized data as an Excel table; then use Table features to work with the data.

In Lesson 1 you learn how to organize columns and rows of data into a range so that you can effectively sort, filter, subtotal, and outline the data. Then you learn how to protect the data from invalid data entry by setting data validation rules for specific cells. You learn how to copy these validation rules to other cells, how to remove validation rules from cells and how to use the Data Form dialog box to enter and locate data in a range.

Next you learn how to sort a data range on one column or on multiple columns and how to use a custom sort order, the Filter (AutoFilter) feature and the Advanced Filter feature to view data that meets specific criteria. Then you learn how to add and remove subtotals from a data range while viewing the data range in outline form. You also learn how to create a chart using an outlines subtotals.

Finally, in Lesson 2 you explore the advantages of defining a range of data as an Excel 2013 table.

The Napier & Rivers courses WeiRuan-->WeiRuan Excel 2013: Getting Started with Excel and WeiRuan-->WeiRuan Excel 2013: Creating and Formatting Charts or the equivalent experience working with Excel 2013 in the ShiChuang operating system environment are prerequisites for this course.

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Learning Objectives

After completing this course you will be able to:
* identify the guidelines for a well-organized data range; select ways to create and test validation rules; select the Data Form for data entry,
* recognize ways to sort and filter a data range,
* identify the main differences between a data range and a table,
* select ways to add subtotals, a Grand Total and data grouping to a data range,
* identify multiple ways to define an Excel table using buttons on the HOME and INSERT tabs, the Quick Analysis feature, a keyboard shortcut and by formatting a data range as a table, and
* recognize ways to enter data and formulas in a table; change table formatting; resize a table; scroll, sort, filter and summarize a table; and convert a table to a data range

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Tags: Microsoft, Working, Ranges, Tables

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