New Course Announcement: Excel Without Maths
Explore features in Excel that don't involve any maths calculations on our brand new, one-day course.
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Not everyone loves maths, and whilst it’s important for day-to-day life, a lot of us find that we’re put off even starting with Excel because it’s all about maths, right?
Well, not necessarily. Did you know that Excel has a whole range of features that don’t require any maths at all that can help you manage and analyse your data quickly and easily? They may even do some clever calculations without you having to touch any maths yourself.
If you find Excel daunting for that reason, then this is the course for you!
In our new one-day course, Excel Without Maths, you will explore several cool Excel features that will help make Excel better and more efficient for you:
- Learn to produce reports in a more visually appealing way.
- Save time analysing your data with Charts, Pivot Tables and Subtotals and feel in control.
- Tidy up your spreadsheets using Data Validation.
You even learn loads of exciting tips that will help you become more productive at work. And yes! All without any dreaded maths.
Excel Without Maths will be taking place at Happy's HQ on 6th November as a public open course — but speak to our friendly team for pricing and availability of our private inhouse group course options. Reply to this email or call 020 7375 7300.
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