Pragmatic Excel - Minimizing Errors
You’ll discover a variety of techniques and tricks you can use to create spreadsheets that are free of errors in this comprehensive on-demand webcast. Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA, demonstrates how to implement Excel features and functions, such as hide and protect features, the ...
On demand, 2 hour(s)
David demonstrates every technique at least twice: first, on a PowerPoint slide with numbered steps, and second, in Excel 2016. He draws your attention to any differences in Excel 2013, 2010, or 2007 during the presentation as well as in his detailed handouts. David also provides an Excel workbook that includes most of the examples he uses during the webcast.
Who Would Be Interested in This Course:
Practitioners who wish to learn how to create error-free Excel spreadsheets.
· Building resilience into spreadsheets by avoiding daisy-chained formulas.
Employing the SUMIF function to sum values related to
multiple instances of criteria you specify.
Enabling selected users to access protected areas of a
worksheet by way of the Allow Users to Edit Ranges feature.
Improving the integrity of many Excel features by placing
column headings within a single row instead of spanning two or more rows.
Improving the integrity of spreadsheets with Excel’s VLOOKUP
Learning a simple design technique that greatly improves the
integrity of Excel’s SUM function.
Limiting access to sensitive workbooks by way of password
Mastering the IFERROR function to display alternate values
in lieu of a # sign error.
Performing dual lookups, which allow you to look across
columns and down rows to cross-reference the data you need.
Preserving key formulas using hide and protect features.
Preventing errors from the start by choosing from thousands
of free Excel spreadsheet templates.
Protecting workbooks to prevent users from renaming, hiding,
unhiding, or otherwise affecting worksheets.
• Define the argument within Excel’s SUBTOTAL function that sums columns or rows.
• State how to hide and reveal multiple worksheets with a single command in Excel.
• Recall how to perform dual lookups to cross-reference your data.
Previous Experience with Excel Spreadsheets