Advanced Excel Training In Kuwait

MS Excel Training Courses in Kuwait | MS Excel Certification
  • Category: Soft Skills
  • Duration: 5 Days
  • Course Type: Full Time

Microsoft Excel course At Nahda enables the aspirants to learn the proper working of formulas, formatting, data management and other visualization tools that guarantee to empower them in solving complex mathematical and financial calculations at fast speed with ultimate accuracy. It is considered to be one of the most important Microsoft's domains. It operated on a spreadsheet that is valuable in all organizations and businesses. Released in 1985, the Excel has contributed in wide spectrum of Information Technology.

The course aims to empower individuals with heightened understanding of compiling large financial data, yearly credit, and yearly debit sheets. Moreover, the competencies to build graphs and pivot tables are developed through this training. The innovative tools such as formatting, sorting, filters, chart and illustration for data visualization, pivot table, logical formulas e.g. SUMIF, IF, OR, NOT, AND and text-based options enable are comprehensively taught in the training sessions by the end of which aspirants gain expertise over them. 
 

Salient Features

  • Easy Arithmetic Solutions
  • Formatting Options
  • Availability of Online Access
  • Charts for Analysis
  • Bring all the data in one place
  • Human Resource Planning
  • Graphing and programming

Excel plays a vital role in carrying out formula based arithmetic and calculations, and various mathematical calculations. Diverse range of businesses and corporations has employed Excel to carry out their mathematical and logical calculations.

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    David Lee

    Overall good

    Good one. But there's still space for improvement