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Microsoft Excel 101: Data Visualization (and other fun tools)
Thu, April 6, 2017, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT
Join us for the third of three sessions on Microsoft Excel, one of the most useful and powerful tools available to business owners and professionals.
This workshop is designed specifically for intermediate to advanced users seeking help with visualizing data. In this workshop, we’ll assume fundamental knowledge, including formulas and navigation.
Topics covered include
- Building graphs
- Choosing the appropriate graphs
- Editing graphs
- Conditional formatting
- Pivot tables
These sessions are designed to help business owners, nonprofit leaders, and professionals seeking development opportunities.
Where possible, attendees should bring a Windows laptop with Excel (2010 or higher) installed to follow along. Please note that Mac/Apple laptops will also run Excel, but may have vastly different menus or displays. We will not have time to troubleshoot computer issues or version differences during this session, though we’ll do our best to help if you’re stuck!
About the Instructor
Jake Nonweiler, Program Director at the Hannah Grimes Center, will be the instructor for the series. Jake is a self-described Excel nerd and loves helping people learn and navigate his favorite business tool. Jake has taken classes on statistics and analytics, and has worked with many businesses on the magical mystery that is Excel. When he’s not entering formulas into cells, Jake is brainstorming where to find a coffee.