Excel Masterclass: Filters and Functions II
Jan. 29th 2018
Ready to learn more now that you've completed how to use Filters & Functions with Spreadsheets and Excel?
PowerToFly's Senior Data and Web Analyst will continue her introductory look into the must-have tools that you will need to make the most out of your data. During this on-demand, on-hour virtual seminar, Vanina will dive deeper into the filters, formulas and functions you will need to master any spreadsheet software.
Claim your spot here and start learning now.
And if you like what you see, be sure to join us for the following webinars, too:
Excel Masterclass 3: Pivot Tables (Coming Soon)
Excel Masterclass 4: Reporting & Dashboards (Coming Soon)
"I already know a decent amount about excel and learned some new tricks- so worth the hour! This helped me think about its uses in new ways- thank you!" - Blair
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