About This Course
Who this course is for:
- Office workers
What you’ll learn:
- Master four types of formulas to use in Excel
- Identify two methodologies to format a cell display
- Understand two calculation formulas built in a pivot table
- Discover ways to build a dynamic named range in Excel
- Explore basic VBA codes, M language, and DAX language in Excel
- Basic Excel knowledge, example – be able to open one Excel file and connect to external data files, etc.
The course is presented in five parts.
First, the course reveals the fact Excel has as many as 7 languages that are needed for proper modeling!
Next, the course shows as many as 4 types of formulas in Excel. They are:
- Regular formulas
- Text formulas
- Table formulas
- Conditional formulas
Third, we explain in detail how to decipher the custom formatting language, and proper ways of displaying in thousands, in color, or hidden in its entirety.
Fourth, we review the formulas of calculated fields and calculated items used in Pivot tables. Also, we demonstrate ways to build a dynamic named range for easy reference.
Last, we explore basic VBA codes, the M language, and the DAX language in Excel. They include:
- For Next loop
- Conditional formula in M
- SUMX() and RELATED() in DAX
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned the programming languages you can use with Excel.
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Get started today and learn more about the seven languages used in Excel.
|Section 1 - Introduction|
|Downloadable Course Resources||00:00:00|
|What Languages Do We Need To Run Excel?||00:00:00|
|How This Course Is Compared With “Other Similar Courses”||00:00:00|
|What You Will Get From This Course||00:00:00|
|Section 2 - Excel Language Number 1|
|Language Number 1: Formulas 1||00:00:00|
|Language Number 1: Formulas 2||00:00:00|
|Language Number 1: Formulas 3||00:00:00|
|Language Number 1: Formulas 4||00:00:00|
|Section 3 - Excel Language Number 2|
|Language Number 2: Formatting 1||00:00:00|
|Language Number 2: Formatting 2||00:00:00|
|Section 4 - Excel Language Number 3|
|Language Number 3: Pivot Table Formulas 1||00:00:00|
|Language Number 3: Pivot Table Formulas 2||00:00:00|
|Section 5 - Excel Language Number 4|
|Language Number 4: Named Range Formulas 1||00:00:00|
|Language Number 4: Named Range Formulas 2||00:00:00|
|Section 6 - Excel Language Number 5|
|Language Number 5: VBA Macro 1||00:00:00|
|Language Number 5: VBA Macro 2||00:00:00|
|Section 7 - Excel Language Number 6|
|Language Number 6: M Language In Power Query 1||00:00:00|
|Language Number 6: M Language In Power Query 2||00:00:00|
|Section 8 - Excel Language Number 7|
|Language Number 7: DAX Language In Power Pivot 1||00:00:00|
|Language Number 7: DAX Language In Power Pivot 2||00:00:00|
|Language Number 7: DAX Language In Power Pivot 3||00:00:00|
|Section 9 - Conclusion|