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Excel Formula Expert Series Part 5 - Debug & Troubleshoot (3394)
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"Did you know that Excel 2010 has 402 functions and Excel 2013 has 453 functions? Did you know there are 12 different function categories? Did you know you could create your own functions? This course is Part 5 of a 6-Part series designed to help you become an Excel Formula Expert. Although you are not required to take these Parts in order, we highly recommend that you take Part 1 FIRST in order to build the foundation to become an Excel Formula Expert. Parts 2 through 6 can be taken in

9/17/2015
When: 09/17/2015
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Where: Webcast/Webinar
Presenter: Bryan L. Smith, CPA.CITP, CISA
Contact: April Deneault
801-834-6634

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Did you know that Excel 2010 has 402 functions and Excel 2013 has 453 functions? Did you know there are 12 different function categories? Did you know you could create your own functions?

 

This course is Part 5 of a 6-Part series designed to help you become an Excel Formula Expert.  Although you are not required to take these Parts in order, we highly recommend that you take Part 1 FIRST in order to build the foundation to become an Excel Formula Expert. Parts 2 through 6 can be taken in any order.

 

In Part 5, we will focus on Debugging and Troubleshooting complex formulas. You will learn various techniques that will assist you in creating complex compound formulas. You will also learn techniques to resolve issues when you receive errors.

 

This session will also discuss the 9 built-in error checking options and demonstrate resolution techniques.  We will also review techniques to resolve rounding errors.

Objectives:

After completing this class you will have the ability to... Create complex spreadsheets quicker and more accurately Learn advanced skills to build complex formulas Apply techniques to troubleshoot complex formulas

 

Major Subjects:

The major topics that will be covered in this class include: Learning the art of nesting formulas Techniques to troubleshoot complex formulas Review of the 9 built-in error checking options Techniques to resolve rounding errors
  

 

Designed For:

All Excel users who want to become Excel Formula Experts

 

Prerequisite: 

None

 

Advanced Prep:

  None

  

Speaker: Bryan L. Smith, CPA.CITP, CISA

Vendor:  CPA Crossings, LLC

Field of Study: Info Tech

Level: Intermediate

CPE Credit:           2 Hours

Acronym: EX125W

 

Registration Fees:

$ 79

  

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