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Check out Power Pivot and Excel School
Do you work in a job that requires data analysis & presentation of results? Do you want to find a job in an area that does?
You need to be able to do advanced analysis in Excel. Create charts, make them interactive, summarize data intelligently, present the output in an intuitive dashboard and slice & dice data using Pivot tables & Power Pivot.
If you develop these vital skills you will become invaluable to your organization & expose yourself to new opportunities. Not to mention the amount of time, money & effort you can save by efficiently using Excel.
That is why my friend Chandoo has created 2 powerful courses – Excel School & Power Pivot classes. Think of these as steps in a ladder.
Excel School program teaches you how to analyze data, create pivot tables, make charts, design interactive dashboards using Excel.
Power Pivot class shows you how to use Power Pivot (an Excel add-in) to connect to your enterprise databases, analyze data, create advanced reports & prepare dashboards right from the familiar interface of Excel.
P.S. You may also be interested in Power Tips
You may want to check out Power Tips for Microsoft Excel. I would recommend this product if you are looking to become more effective at using Microsoft Excel.
It brings together a core set of tips and tricks that will quickly help you to become faster at using Excel. Plus it gives you principles to help you learn faster.
It’s not for beginners because it assumes you have a grasp of Excel fundamentals. But if you are an intermediate user you will certainly find it to be full of useful techniques.