Excel 2010 Training Videos

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Excel 2010 Training Videos will introduce you to the basics of creating a: spreadsheet, with simple formulas and calculations to more powerful ones, and how you can use Excel 2010 as a database with many sorting and filtering options. It's also important to know how to create your database right the first time, like how to avoid common design flaws, and numerous time saving features!

Learn how to create charts from your organized data, how to format your data range into a nice looking table, and more by our Microsoft Certified Trainer training Excel 2010!

DVD includes Excel 2010 Levels 1, 2 & 3 training videos in both: Flash (.swf) and Windows Media Video (.wmv), Exercise Files, Quiz, Answers and Instructor's Notes. Our Excel 2010 Levels 1, 2 & 3 training videos include all the training you need to pass the Excel 2010 Core (77-882) and Expert (77-888) Exams and become certified!

Excel 2010 Level 1 (6 hrs):

Basics

  1. Excel Getting Started A (6:24)
  2. Excel Getting Started B (5:26)
  3. Color, Fonts & Save Locations (9:19)
  4. Customize Quick Access Toolbar A (6:52)
  5. Customize Quick Access Toolbar B (4:45)
  6. Customizing Ribbon A (4:01)
  7. Customizing Ribbon B (5:07)
  8. Working With Cells (8:38)
  9. Data Entry (9:56)
  10. Save and Save As (8:47)
  11. Excel 2010 Help (2:25)
  12. Converting to Excel 2010 (4:30)
  13. Compatibility Checker (8:02)
  14. Convert to Previous Versions  (6:46)

Functions & Formulas

  1. Basic Formulas A (10:37)
  2. Basic Formulas B (5:48)
  3. SUM and AVERAGE A (6:39)
  4. SUM and AVERAGE B (11:21)
  5. MAX and MIN (8:44)
  6. COUNT and COUNTA (7:48)
  7. Copying & Pasting Data (8:35)
  8. Clipboard (3:23)
  9. Move, Cut and Paste (5:08)
  10. AutoFill (8:58)
  11. Absolute References (9:47)
  12. Mixed References (8:40)
  13. Text To Columns (7:23)

Editing Worksheets

  1. Editing Data (8:42)
  2. Editing Columns and Rows (6:39)
  3. Find and Replace (10:45)
  4. GoTo (6:29)
  5. Transpose Data (3:46)
  6. Adjusting Columns & Rows (3:38)
  7. Hide Columns & Rows (2:29)
  8. Modifying Fonts (4:22)
  9. Spell Check (2:45)
  10. Number Formats (5:07)
  11. Basic Custom Number Formats (4:35)
  12. Borders and Shading (10:04)
  13. Formatting Shortcuts (5:38)
  14. Applying Background (0:40)
  15. Cell Alignment (2:19)
  16. Merge Cells (4:29)
  17. Cell Text Wrapping (1:20)
  18. Create & Modify Styles (7:40)
  19. AutoFormat (3:02)
  20. Applying Themes (8:55)

Formatting

  1. Print Preview (3:15)
  2. Page Orientation (3:48)
  3. Print Titles (6:21)
  4. Headers and Footers A (5:34)
  5. Headers and Footers B (4:53)
  6. Margins (5:36)
  7. Page Breaks (8:50)
  8. Printing A Range of Data (5:15)

Modifying Worksheet Appearance

  1. Modifying Worksheets (10:04)
  2. Hiding Worksheets & Workbooks (3:41)
  3. Splitting Worksheets (5:28)
  4. Freeze Panes (3:59)
  5. Multi-Worksheet & Book Views (4:17)
  6. Text To Speech (2:03)

Excel 2010 Level 2 (4+ hrs):

Advanced Formulas

  1. Name Cells & Ranges (6:06)
  2. Linking Data (5:48)
  3. UPPER, LOWER & PROPER (3:08)
  4. CONCATENATE (3:50)
  5. LEFT, FIND & SEARCH (8:49)
  6. RIGHT, FIND & LEN (8:31)
  7. IF, AND & OR (6:09)
  8. Nested IF (3:11)
  9. IFERROR (2:20)
  10. PMT Payment Function (3:16)
  11. Display & Print Formulas (1:22)
  12. SUM, COUNT & AVERAGE IF(S) (8:11)
  13. VLOOKUP (7:11)
  14. HLOOKUP (5:44)

Tables

  1. Create Tables (3:39)
  2. Modifying Tables (5:37)
  3. Formatting Tables (1:46)
  4. Custom Table Style (2:50)
  5. Table Sorting & Filtering (4:28)
  6. DSUM, DAVERAGE & DCOUNT (9:04)
  7. Time Functions (3:31)
  8. Sorting & Database  Flaws (7:18)
  9. AutoFilter (6:42)
  10. Advanced Filter (10:06)
  11. Subtotals (4:29)

Charts

  1. Create Charts (5:14)
  2. Modifying Charts A (4:55)
  3. Modifying Charts B (3:15)
  4. Chart Titles (3:26)
  5. Formatting Charts (3:50)
  6. Creating Chart Templates (1:34)
  7. Chart Application Sharing (1:04)

PivotTable & Charts

  1. Create PivotTables (9:58)
  2. Customize PivotTables (10:08)
  3. PivotTable Slicers (8:24)
  4. Create Pivot Charts (5:20)

Graphics

  1. Insert & Modifying Pictures (4:00)
  2. ClipArt (2:26)
  3. Drawing & Modifying Shapes (5:33)
  4. SmartArt Graphics (5:25)
  5. Layering & Grouping Objects (4:21)

Customize

  1. Insert & Modify Comments (7:31)
  2. Hyperlinks (7:01)
  3. Web Research (0:55)
  4. Watermarks & Gridlines (5:00)
  5. Customize Themes (6:58)
  6. Create Workbook Templates (1:15)
  7. Create Custom Templates (3:59)

Excel 2010 Level 3 (3.5+ hrs):

Workbook

  1. Workbook Properties (6:24)
  2. Custom Views (4:50)
  3. Macro Basics (8:42)
  4. Editing Macros (4:30)
  5. Absolute & Relative Macros (3:19)
  6. Conditional Formatting (6:41)
  7. Data Validation (6:44)

Collaborating

  1. Protect Worksheets (6:24)
  2. Password Protect Cells (3:22)
  3. Document Inspector (2:49)
  4. Protect Structure (1:31)
  5. Password to Open/Modify (5:03)
  6. Create Backup (6:03)
  7. Share Workbook (11:26)
  8. SkyDrive Sharing A (4:52)
  9. SkyDrive Sharing B (3:57)
  10. SharePoint Sharing A (4:51)
  11. SharePoint Sharing B (3:38)
  12. Track Changes (4:50)
  13. Protect & Share (3:08)
  14. Merge Workbooks (5:33)
  15. Digital Signatures (9:15)
  16. Restrict Access (6:57)
  17. Mark As Final (1:27)

Audit Worksheets

  1. Tracer Arrows & Errors (4:55)
  2. Troubleshoot Invalid Data (2:46)
  3. Watch & Evaluate Formulas (4:13)
  4. AutoOutline & Grouping Data (9:35)

Analyzing Data

  1. Trend Line (2:40)
  2. Sparklines (2:55)
  3. Scenarios (5:44)
  4. Goal Seek (2:38)
  5. Solver (6:01)
  6. Random Samples (8:24)

Multiple Workbooks

  1. Workspace (2:37)
  2. Consolidating Data (5:13)
  3. Link Workbooks (5:46)

Import & Export Data

  1. Export to Word (3:53)
  2. Import Text File (3:18)
  3. Publish Worksheet to Web (3:36)
  4. Import from Web (4:05)
  5. XML A (6:49)
  6. XML B (4:47)
  7. Advanced Number Formats (5:56)
  8. Camera (3:59)
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