Microsoft Excel- Excel Tables

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Excel Tables offer an easy way to create dynamic ranges that adjust when data changes. This makes tables perfect for pivot tables, charts, and dashboards that need to show the latest data. This course covers the key benefits of tables, including a detailed review of structured references, the special formula language for tables. Examples include VLOOKUP, INDEX and MATCH, and SUMIFS. The course also covers, table styles, slicers, filtering, sorting, and removing duplicates.

What you’ll learn

The basics

What is an Excel Table, and why would you want to use one?

How to quickly create and name a table

How to use the right terminology to describe tables and table parts

How to get rid of a table when you don’t want one anymore

The four key options that control table behavior, and their unlikely locations

How calculated columns work, and how to manually override the automatic behavior

Table skills

How to control table rows and columns

How tables create dynamic ranges and how to use them

How table filters work, and how to quickly hide and display the filter

How to sort a table by one or more columns

The special shortcuts you can use to work with tables

How to add and customize the totals row in a table

How to quickly remove duplicates in a table

How to extract unique values from a table

Structured references

What structured references are and how they work with tables

How to use formulas to access different parts of a table

How structured references behave inside a table (vs. outside a table)

How to copy structured references and lock references when needed

Formulas and Tables

How to use formulas to do a conditional sum with a table using SUMIFS

How to use VLOOKUP and MATCH with a table together for dynamic column referencing

How to use INDEX and MATCH with a table, and the key benefit this offers

How to set up a running total in a table using structured references

How you can use the INDEX function to get the first row in a column

How to set up conditional formatting in a table with a formula

How to use data validation in a table + how to use a table to create a dynamic list

How to use named ranges when Excel won’t let you use structured references

How to set up a formula to display how many items in a table are visible


How to quickly add (and remove) a slicer to a table

How to add more than one slicer to to table

How to stop slicer buttons from moving around

What options are available for slicers, and how they work

How to define and apply a custom style to control how slicers look

Table styles

How tables are formatted with styles, and what you can include in a style

How to quickly apply a style and see what style is applied

How to remove all formatting from a Table, and override local formatting

How to create your own custom style

How to move a custom style from one workbook to another

How to set up Excel to use your custom style by default

Practical table examples

How to use a table to create a dynamic pivot table

How to make a dynamic chart based on table data

Who this course is for:
Everybody who want to learn Excel


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