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Continuing & Professional Education

Excel - Intermediate Topics

This one day course takes basic users of Excel into the more advanced topics that create value - subtotals, data validation, conditional formatting, styles, what-if analysis and more. For users who have a working knowledge in Excel, this course is designed to help you use Excel more efficiently, while creating more useful, professional-looking worksheets. Use templates, tables, data validation, and automatic subtotaling to speed data entry. Improve data management by learning to filter data, hide or remove duplicates, use conditional formatting, and create spark lines. Speed your utilization of Excel with these techniques.

If you are ready to become more sophisticated in your use of Excel, you will find this course useful and enjoyable.

Click here to see the Spring 2016 schedule. 

Program Topics

  • Use automatic subtotals
  • Use conditional formatting
  • Use and format Spark lines
  • Use data validation

Who Should Enroll

  • Persons with knowledge of basic Excel data entry, formatting, copying, and windowing skills who want to further enhance their ability to use Excel efficiently.
  • Prerequisite: Introduction to Excel or working knowledge of MS Excel.

Spring 2016 Course Schedule

Pace University Midtown Center
551 Fifth Avenue at 45th
New York, NY

April 6, 2016
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Tuition: $275
Course#: 90309

Class Status: OPEN

**Bill Me Later is NOT a payment option. Please call for assistance.*


Please contact Jim Irvine at (212) 346-1542 or