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Uses and benefits of MS Excel
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As the most widely used spread sheet and data management tool in the world, MS Excel provides greater flexibility and compatibility across devices and operating systems. Arranging, analysing and presenting your data with MS Excel has never been easy, whether you are a PC, Mac, iPad®, iPhone®, Android™ tablet, and Android™ phone user.
Other than great flexibility, superior number crunching powers and easy access MS Excel also provide its users many benefits including;
- Layout your data
Designed to provide an in depth insight into all your data, Microsoft Office Excel allows you to layout your text data in spreadsheet or workbook format. Excel spreadsheets and workbooks can be used to bring information and data from various files and locations to a single destination, for them to be crunched and analysed on a single file.
- Easy to reformat and rearrange data
Format your spreadsheets easily using different colour shades, bold, italics to bring the most important data to the fore. Extremely useful when presenting an array of different numbers relevant to the same topic, such as accounting information including pre tax profit and balance carried forward by the company. Moreover MS Excel allows users to select an appropriate colouring scheme for quick analysis.
- Process data and analyse with graphs and charts
Given the right input of data, MS Excel will number crunch and analyse your data for you and summarise them for a better presentation with preview options, giving you the opportunity to select the best method to present your story.
- Identify and analyse trends and patterns in large amounts of data
MS Excel makes it easy to identify and analyse patterns in your data spreading up to one million rows and 16,000 columns.
- Conditional Formatting
The conditional formatting options in MS Excel helps to change the formatting of a cell, based on the information contained. As an example you can have numbers below thousand in red colour and numbers over thousand in blue.
- Sharing and Connectivity
MS Excel allows you to share and collaborate with other members of your project or friends group through Share Point or One Drive. It is as easy as sending every one the link to the same file. Once your MS Excel file is saved on to One Drive you and other members can work together on it in real time.
With a hands on training and a complete practical and theoretical coverage of concepts, short cuts and add-ons, PACE Institute provides its students with a comprehensive understanding of the MS Excel package during the Training of Microsoft Office Professional 2013 .