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Working with Large Data Sets

In this course we will explore how to effectively use large data sets in the desktop version of Microsoft Excel.  We will focus most of our energy on the best practices for using filter, sort and the many powerful tools located on the data ribbon. 



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Working with Large Data Sets

90 Minutes

Your Price: $29.95


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What You’ll Learn:

  • How to navigate and use the data ribbon 
  • How to query data from a database 
  • How to use the convert text to columns command 
  • How to use the remove duplicates command 
  • How to use the consolidate command 
  • How to group and ungroup large data sets 


Working with Large Data Sets

1 Day

Your Price: $29.95

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