Microsoft Excel is one of the most commonly-used tools in business today. Whether running calculations, creating reports, or keeping things organized, skills in this area will be in high demand for years to come.
In this course, learn how to take your Excel worksheets from average to awesome using advanced features of object formatting. You’ll first learn how to insert text boxes, shapes and pictures. From there, you’ll explore how to format those objects to more effectively illustrate your data and message, while taking accessibility into account. Finally, you’ll see how to work with charts—applying layouts and styles, adjusting size and location, and adding and modifying various chart elements.
When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have an advanced understanding of Excel objects and how to format them for maximum effect.
Amber has been a software developer and technical trainer since the early 2000s. She holds certifications for AWS and a variety of Microsoft technologies. She also focuses on user experience and professional skills training, bridging the gap between techies and non-techies.
Course Overview Hi there. My name is Amber is Wilson, and welcome to my course formatting Excel objects I've been working with and teaching Excel for many years. Like a lot of people, I started with the basics of data entry and formulas and then moved into more advanced features like Mac Rose and Visual Basic for application programming. I use Excel almost every day for calculations, organization and reporting. It's a very powerful tool that's used in all areas of business all over the world today. In this course, you'll learn how to take your Excel Work sheets from average two. Awesome using advanced features of object formatting. First, you'll see how to insert text boxes, shapes and pictures. From there, you'll explore how to format those objects to more effectively illustrate your data and message while taking accessibility into account. Finally, you'll see howto work with charts applying layouts and styles, adjusting size and location, and adding in modifying various chart elements. When you're finished with this course, you'll have an advanced understanding of excel objects and how to format them for maximum effect. This course is targeted to data analysts and business intelligence or B I analysts. However, it will also be useful to anybody he uses. Excel. Whether you're a programmer, project manager for the team, lead the 90 ops person or a developer who occasionally has to use Excel in your job. To be most successful with this course, you should have some familiarity with Excel and basic data literacy skills. I hope you'll join me in this journey in formatting Excel Objects at Pluralsight.