Transitioning To Excel 2013
Whether you're moving from Microsoft Excel 2003 or Excel 2007 to Excel 2013, knowing a few things about the new version will make the transition easier and less frustrating.
The newest webinar in our Office Tech Series, Transitioning to Excel 2013, is designed to highlight the new and discontinued features of Excel with the goal of having you get back to peak productivity in Excel in the shortest time possible.
From fundamental features like filtering and sorting to more advanced features like PivotTables and formulas, knowing a few pertinent details about the new interface can save hours of noodling around looking for what you need!
Join us for Transitioning to Excel 2013 and in just 75 minutes you'll discover:
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel will take you through the new version of Excel feature by feature in a way that lets you connect what you know to what's new.
- Customizing Excel to place what you need, where you need it
- Transition "helpers” to correlate what you used to do with what you do now
- New sorting techniques (and a few old ones that are now more accessible)
- Filter techniques that are easier and faster in the new version
- How to make the most of new features like Quick Analysis and Flash Fill
This webinar is intended for all skill levels. And, while it is especially helpful for those already using Excel 2013, it is also informative for those considering moving up to the newest Office version. The webinar is presented from Microsoft Office 2013.
Don't spend hours trying to work through the new Excel version by yourself. Let the pros show you how.
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