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Excel Advanced: Create Dynamically Reactive Spreadsheets

Excel Advanced: Create Dynamically Reactive Spreadsheets
Excel Advanced: Create Dynamically Reactive Spreadsheets

Excel Advanced: Create Dynamically Reactive Spreadsheets

Technicians, Engineers, and Scientists will benefit from this course.

What you’ll learn

Excel Advanced: Create Dynamically Reactive Spreadsheets

  • Part 1: Explanation of Powerful and Useful Functions
  • Part 2: Explanation of Useful and Powerful Functions
  • Using Tabs to Make Your Work Easier
  • How to Use Date and Time Parameters in Spreadsheets
  • Multiple Excel Spreadsheets Can Be Connected Using
  • Goal Seek may assist you in improving your analysis.


  • Excel knowledge is required.
  • Algebra in High School


I’ll teach you how to use Excel’s most powerful features as an engineer with over 35 years of expertise. I’ll show you how to master Excel’s most powerful features and functions so that your spreadsheets respond dynamically to changes in any input parameter.

The course will show you how to utilize the most sophisticated Excel functions and how to use file linking methods and tabs to streamline your work. You’ll learn how to use date and time functions effectively in your projects, as well as how to use graphing methods and conditionally style your spreadsheets. You’ll learn how to use Goal. Seek to undertake a sophisticated what-if analysis.

Among the functions given are:

  • Rand: Generate randomly generated numbers for statistical analysis or testing.
  • Use int to remove the integer component of any number.
  • You may round an integer to any number of decimal points.
  • In every number range, find the greatest value.
  • In any number range, find the least value.
  • Count: Count the number of objects in any range with ease.
  • Add the numbers in any range quickly.
  • Intercept: For every linear dataset, find the best-fitting intercept.
  • Determine the optimal slope for each linear dataset.
  • Linest: For a non-linear dataset, find the optimal polynomial regression parameters.
  • Lookup an associated value for a parameter using Vlookup (sorted column).
  • Xlookup Look for a parameter’s related value (unsorted column).
  • Sumif: Sum all phrases connected to a parameter dynamically.
  • Dynamically average all phrases linked to a given parameter.
  • Let your spreadsheet react to changes in input parameters in real-time.
  • Also, enforce two or more limitations in an if function.
  • Instead, you could use an If function to make it so that one of the options must be true.
  • If error: Handle errors in your spreadsheets with ease.
  • Have your spreadsheets respond automatically to a variety of variables.
  • Transpose: For a given dataset, quickly and easily flip rows to columns.

Who this course is for:

  • Technicians, engineers, and scientists
  • Curious Individuals

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