Microsoft Excel 2010: Level 4

Length: 1 day(s) | Audience: Information Worker | Level: 4

In this course you will use the advanced features of Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010 to attain proficiency as an Excel power user. This course is designed for advanced Microsoft Office Excel professionals who may work or be interested in the domain of finance, statistics, project analysis, and market analysis including the fields of micro and macro-economics.

Lesson 1: Manipulating Data Using Statistical and Lookup Functions

Topic 1A: Forecast GDP Using Statistical Functions

Topic 1B: Evaluate Sales Data Using Statistical Functions

Topic 1C: Analyze Stock Data Using Statistical Functions

Topic 1D: Mine Data Using the Lookup and Reference Functions

Lesson 2: Analyzing Data Using Data Analysis Tools

Topic 2A: Analyze Sales Data Using Descriptive Statistics

Topic 2B: Analyze Time Series Data Using Exponential Smoothing

Topic 2C: Analyze Data Using Regression

Topic 2D: Identify the Beta Value of a Security

Topic 2E: Analyze Sector Data Using Correlation and Covariance Matrices

Topic 2F: Optimize a Stock Portfolio Using Solver

Lesson 3: Working with Data Using Financial Functions

Topic 3A: Develop an Investment Schedule Using Financial Functions

Topic 3B: Make Investment Decisions Using Financial Functions

Lesson 4: Examining Data Using Math Functions

Topic 4A: Analyze Sales Data Using Math Functions

Topic 4B: Calculate Stock Returns Using Math Functions

Topic 4C: Aggregate GDP Data Using Math Functions

Lesson 5: Manipulating Data Using Text and Information Functions

Topic 5A: Manipulate Data Using Text Functions

Topic 5B: Validate Data Using Information Functions

Lesson 6: Working with Templates and Charts

Topic 6A: Create Advanced Templates

Topic 6B: Create Advanced Charts

Lesson 7: Managing Data in Workbooks

Topic 7A: Retrieve and Paste Data

Topic 7B: Clean Data in Workbooks

Excel 2010 knowledge, including how to create, edit, format, and print worksheets that include

charts and sorted and filtered data is required. You should also know how to write and edit simple formulas. To

ensure the successful completion of Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010: Level 4, the following Element K courses

or equivalent knowledge is recommended:

  • Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010: Level 1
  • Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010: Level 2
  • Microsoft® Office Excel® 2010: Level 3