Hands-down our most-requested courses involve Microsoft Office (especially Excel) and Office 365. So we are especially pleased to announce four new courses, two of which cover new Office 365 apps and two that cover Excel. All are available for immediate access via our online classroom and most of our partners:
Conversations, Channels, and Chatbots: How To Get The Most from Microsoft’s New Communications Hub – Teams
The ability for teams to work together productively is perhaps the most important function in any business, and it’s the central focus of the new Microsoft Teams application.
From file sharing and co-editing to video calls, persistent chat, screen sharing, and more, learn how Microsoft Teams gives you the tools to stay in touch and get work done with your colleagues and partners.
Learn How Microsoft Forms Makes It Easy to Collect Data via Forms or Quizzes
Easily create online forms, surveys, and quizzes, and view the results as they come in with Microsoft Forms!
In this course, we’ll take a close look at all the features and benefits of this new Office 365 tool!
Get More From Your Excel With The Power Of PivotTables
Pivot Tables are the perfect tool to analyze large amounts of data in Excel. Being able to summarize, visualize, and tabulate your data makes PivotTables an important skill for anyone who uses Excel to store and report on data, and in this course, Microsoft trainer Kathy Jones will show you how to effectively use the PivotTable tools in Excel 2013 and 2016.
Excel: Creating Dashboards
Get More From Excel – Use Forms, Lookup Functions, Charts, PivotTables, and Slicers To Turn Data Into Answers
Crunching numbers is what Microsoft Excel does best – but how do you use those numbers to get the answers you need? This course will show you how to use advanced Excel features to turn massive amounts of data into visual, customizable dashboards.
The ability to easily query and display information from your Excel data is a helpful tool for decision making, and this course will demonstrate five advanced Excel features (Forms, Lookup Functions, Charts, PivotTables, and Slicers) which will do just that.