Excel - Dashboards
- What are they and why should we use them
- Examples and information sources
- Some Do’s and Don’ts
- Lists versus Tables
- Advanced Pivot tables
- Advanced Charting
- 3d addressing
- Naming cells and ranges
- Using Offset, Index and Match to control data
- Using Goal seek and Scenario manager
- Using Combos for data selection
- Using VBA Forms
- Hyperlinks to other information
- Obtaining data from other sources
- Using Windows vs Cells
- Using Multiple windows
- Protecting information
- Interactive dashboards
- Saving and loading dashboards
Using Dashboards in PowerPoint
Creating a Speedometer
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This course is suitable for anyone in Business Intelligence, including Project Managers, or Data Analysts. On this course you will learn some of the more advanced features of Excel and how they can be used to work together in an interactive and graphical way.
Duration: 1 Day
Timings: 09:30 - 16:30
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