Excel

Excel Tables

Because of Excel’s tabular format a lot of people believe that they are already familiar with tables, but they were only introduced in Excel 2010 – prior to this a crude version existed as a List. Excel Tables use a new type of cell referencing, called Structured Referencing, and have a lot of amazing new features, one of the main benefits being that their dynamic behaviour allows the data to grow over time. In this one-hour session we look at tables and structured referencing in detail. Introduction level, no experience necessary.

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Date
Mar 15, 2023
Time
3:30 PM

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Product
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Duration
60 Mins
Facilitator
David Millard
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