Excel Training - Advanced - 2021 Spring

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Excel Advanced Workshop for Northwestern Undergraduates

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THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ONLY.

*All cancellations must be processed by Tuesday, April 27 @ 12:00 PM (CDT) to receive a refund (Eventbrite fees are non-refundable).*

*Prerequisite: Must have either previously taken Excel (Basic) Training course or show competency of topics taught in Excel (Basic) Training course.

This workshop will be held using Zoom. We will add you to the Canvas page for the workshop prior to April 29th.

In the Advanced Excel course you will learn:

Working with Lists (a flat database of data in Excel)

  • 
What is a structured list

  • Format as a Table - new list capabilities
  • 
Sort a list using several techniques

  • Add subtotals to worksheets without writing any formulas
  • 
Use the AutoFilter to display only the records that meet one's criteria
  • 
Examine the new filtering options for Dates and Numbers

  • Create Pivot tables and Pivot Charts to summarize a data list

Large Spreadsheet


  • Hide/unhide columns, rows & sheets
  • 
Freeze panes & print titles (review)

Multiple Worksheets

  • 
Grouping worksheets for moving, copying or printing

  • Use 3-D formulas to add up through sheets to a summary sheet

  • Links to perform calculations on data from multiple worksheets and/or workbooks

Additional Functions to have in your “bag of skills” for the workplace


  • Naming ranges for functions

  • IF statements

  • VLOOKUP function

  • DATE360 function

  • PMT & FV functions

  • CONCATENATE, LEFT, RIGHT, & MIDDLE functions

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Organizer Kapnick Center for Business Institutions

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The Minor in Business Institutions offered by the Harvey Kapnick Center for Business Institutions is designed to provide Northwestern undergraduates with a rigorous introduction to business and management fundamentals.  The minor is open to all Northwestern undergraduates regardless of major or home school. The minor allows them to build on the set of skills and knowledge they have acquired through other Northwestern coursework to prepare for employment in the business world.  It also allows students to connect their study of business and management fundamentals to broader areas of academic inquiry both by linking the study of principles of business and management to the social science scholarship that these principles are based on and by introducing students to social science and humanities scholarship on the cultural, political, philosophical, literary and social aspects of business institutions. Therefore, the minor is not meant to serve as narrowly conceived pre-professional training.  Instead the minor offers a broad multi-disciplinary perspective on a significant area of inquiry in 21st century society.  

Students without extensive quantitative training are particularly encouraged to apply.  The minor is designed so that such students can acquire the necessary quantitative background by completing four basic prerequisite courses in mathematics, statistics and economics.

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