When interviewing a job candidate for his/her technical skills in Excel, most interviewers ask “Can you do VLOOKUP and PivotTables?” One more skillset that they should be asking for is “Do you know how to do nested logic?” With these three skill sets, an analyst can do amazing things with Excel. In this course, we will go over examples of each of these skillsets, as well as introduce you to Spinner Buttons. Spinner Buttons are rarely used but are very easy to set up and use, particularly when you want to see immediate changes in your spreadsheet when changing variables. Even if you are not the one building these analyses, you should know of these capabilities in Excel.
Our concept is that anyone can learn the easy things, but the people that have exceptional skill sets are the ones that will shine. And to get such an exceptional skill set takes work -- a lot of work and study. We're not going to tell you that this course is so easy that a six-year old can do it. We've designed the courses that way to teach phenomenal skills, not just ordinary skills.
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