Classroom training course - online version also available
£750 + VAT for most venues (£895 + VAT for London)
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This two-day course is aimed at those who need to build or work with financial models in Excel. On this course you'll learn best-practice techniques for building models, using range names more than you could ever conceive, and you'll find out about functions like MATCH, INDEX and SUMPRODUCT. Oh, and on the way you'll learn tons of short-cut keys and tips and tricks, we promise!
The contents of this course are as follows:
Delegates should already be very comfortable with using the basics of Excel. Some financial modelling or accountancy background, while not essential, will be very useful. This course uses Excel 2016, but will be just as useful if you're using Excel 2013, 2010 or 2007. Note that this course is an alternative to our two-day Advanced Excel course, not a follow-on.
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