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|Our live "hands-on" Excel webinars and Excel VBA webinars allow us to train yourself or your company anywhere in the world using the internet. To broadcast our Excel webinars to you live and "hands-on", we use GoTo Meeting. During the webinar broadcast, you see our instructor's computer and they can see yours with your permission of course. This allows our instructors to help you with any mistakes you may have when creating the Excel webinar problems real time on your computer. To load GoTo Meeting on your computer is usually just a quick simple download. The GoTo meeting software does not usually violate security or anti-virus software. At most, if you work for a company with tight security control over your computer, you may have to get temporary admin permission to load it on your computer from IT.|
|EMAGENIT uses GOTO meeting VoIP to talk to you over your computer during our Excel webinars and Excel VBA webinars. For this setup, you need a computer with a microphone and speakers. Most modern laptops have speakers and microphones built into them nowadays. At most, a laptop may lack a microphone which you can generally buy at an electronics store and plug directly into your computer. If your computer does not have these features, EMAGENIT can provide conference calling for our customers via phone line during our Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Excel VBA webinars. To reduce the noise of the webinar if you are taking the training at a place of business, we strongly recommend using a headset with your computer or phone. That way you can type and talk without disturbing those around you. We recommend Logitech communication gear when taking our Microsoft Excel webinars.|
|Instead of viewing your Microsoft Excel webinar or Microsoft Excel VBA webinar directly on your computer, you can also use another computer and projector to project the webinar on to a screen in a meeting room. Just log the other computer into our webinar meeting. This way you can use your computer solely for creating the Excel webinar problems without having to toggle back and forth between GoTo Meeting and the Excel program screen. If using monitors alone to view our webinar, then we suggest you have two of them. This way you can use one monitor to view the Goto Meeting session and the other screen to view your Microsoft Excel when creating the Excel webinar problems.|
Our beginning Excel webinar shows you the essential Excel skills like copying, pasting, typing data, basic formulas and formatting that are vital in your everyday business activities.
Microsoft Excel is used extensively in today's business world. Learning just the Excel basics can help you or your company become more productive in handling and/or analyzing the information encountered in day to day business activities. Vital Excel skills to learn include worksheet formatting, entering data, basic formula design, copying and pasting data, using Excel's data tools like filtering and sorting, printing and using basic worksheet functions like SUM to tally worksheet data. Our 1-day "hands-on" beginning Excel webinar shows you these essential skills and more allowing you to start using Microsoft Excel in your daily business activities right away. It not only teaches you the basics of Microsoft Excel but the thinking and mechanics of how to apply it to your everyday problems. Our beginning Excel webinar also covers Excel for Mac.
Our Intermediate Excel webinar shows you the basics of analyzing business information using functions like VLOOKUP and SUMIF, how to control it using conditional formatting and data validation, and how to use Excel's extensive array of data tools to view it.
Being able to process large amounts of data effectively and quickly is vital in the world of business. Most data systems that companies use work well at the enterprise level but fail miserably at the group level for many basic processing needs. To counter this problem, many data systems dump their data directly into Microsoft Excel. Using Microsoft Excel's worksheet functions like VLOOKUP, SUM and IF; general formulas; data processing tools like filtering and pivot tables; and worksheet features like Conditional Formatting and Data Validation, effective data analysis tools can be constructed quickly and efficiently in Microsoft Excel that solve these processing needs. Our 1-day "hands-on" intermediate Excel webinar shows you the intermediate Excel skills that directly apply to analyzing business information. Topics include creating useful formulas; using worksheet functions like VLOOKUP, SUMIF, IF...; creating basic Pivot Tables and using Excel's many data processing tools. Our intermediate Excel webinar also covers Excel for Mac.
Our advanced Excel webinar shows you how to use advanced formulas and logic, ActiveX controls, Excel's visual tools, pivot tables and database features to create powerful data analysis tools and visual displays.
Microsoft Excel is one of the premiere environments where you can construct business models, data processing tools and dashboard tools. It is also capable of developing smart tools that can self adjust to changing business data and conditions. Using these adaptive strengths, business tools can developed that save time and money by avoiding having to repeatedly build the same tools over and over again. Our 1-day "hands-on" advanced Excel webinar shows you the advanced Excel skills that apply to creating smart adaptive Excel business tools. Topics include creating logical adaptive formulas that analyze complex data; using advanced data features like pivot tables, pivot charts, Excel tables, MS Query and text file processing; constructing dashboards using ActiveX controls and charts; linking to Word and PowerPoint plus much more. Our advanced Excel webinar also covers Excel for Mac.
Our beginning Excel VBA webinar gives you the skills that you need to start developing powerful data processing and analytical tools for your business right away.
VBA macros (Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications) can be used in Microsoft Excel to build automated business tools. VBA comes standard with Microsoft Excel and is capable of controlling not only Excel but any program that is VBA compatible. Using VBA with Excel, powerful business analysis and data processing tools can be developed rapidly with minimum cost. Excel macros can be used for business tasks like report generation, large scale data processing, data cleaning and reorganization, creating dashboards, communicating with business databases, automating worksheet construction, business model calculations, creating charts, the list is endless. Our 2-day "hands-on" beginning Excel VBA webinar provides a full review of the Excel VBA language including logic and shows you how to use it to control essential Excel features like workbooks and worksheets, copying and pasting, sorting and filtering, worksheet data processing, calculations, worksheet and VBA functions, worksheet formats, charts and pivot tables. It shows you the essential Excel VBA programming skills that you need to immediately develop useful powerful data processing and analytical tools that your business needs now. Our beginning Excel VBA webinar also covers Excel for Mac.
Our Advanced Excel VBA webinar shows you how to develop tools using multiple workbooks|worksheets, folders, text files, userforms, ActiveX controls, databases and linked programs that will solve your most challenging business problems.
Our advanced Excel webinar for engineers and scientists shows you how to design advanced data processing and modeling tools using advanced formulas and logic, Excel's data tools, Excel's visual components, ActiveX controls and custom designed VBA worksheet functions that run from the worksheet.
Microsoft Excel is one of the premiere data processing and modeling platforms for engineers and scientists. Using Excel's advanced formulas, dashboard displays and its data integration capabilities allows engineers and scientists to construct powerful tools rapidly and cheaply. Since almost all modern programs eventually dump their information into Microsoft Excel, knowing how to make advanced modeling and data tools in the Excel environment becomes an essential skill for any engineer or scientist to learn. Our 1-day "hands-on" advanced Excel webinar for engineers and scientists shows you how to create smart adaptive logic formulas and advanced array formulas for modeling and data processing purposes; use advanced data tools like Pivot Tables, MS Query and Excel tables for data integration; build basic macros and custom VBA worksheet functions that crunch data and build advanced Excel visual displays to view the results of everything just listed. Our advanced Excel webinar for engineers and scientists also covers Excel for Mac Taught by an engineer.
Our beginning Excel VBA webinar for engineers and scientists gives you the knowledge to start developing powerful data processing, analytical and modeling tools for engineering and science right away.
VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) can be used with Microsoft Excel to construct powerful smart engineering and science tools. VBA, which comes standard with Microsoft Excel, can be used to control any program that is VBA compatible. Using VBA with Excel, engineers and scientists can rapidly develop modeling, analysis and data processing tools with minimum cost. VBA can be used for engineering and scientific tasks like analyzing large amounts of data, automating chart construction, building report generation tools, communicating with databases, constructing advanced visual displays and constructing advanced system models. Our 2-day "hands-on" beginning Excel VBA webinar for engineers and scientists shows you from an engineering and science perspective how to use VBA to control key Excel features, format and process technical data, perform sophisticated calculations, create technical charts, create custom worksheet functions, manage system models and information, create report generation tools and much more. Our beginning Excel VBA webinar for engineers and scientists also covers Excel for Mac. Taught by an engineer.
Our Advanced Excel VBA webinar for scientists and engineers gives you the knowledge to assemble high end tech tools developed from userforms, ActiveX, mixed language programing, Excel's visual elements, databases, text files, multi workbooks|worksheets and linked programs.
Microsoft Excel VBA has the ability to construct advanced engineering and scientific tools that integrate seamlessly with the Excel environment. Using advanced Microsoft Excel VBA programming techniques, sophisticated applications can be constructed in Microsoft Excel that command, organize and analyze engineering and scientific data, automatically chart engineering and scientific data, generate reports, talk to other applications integrating their data, perform engineering and scientific modeling, integrate FORTRAN, VB.NET, C routines... the list is endless. Many companies are turning to constructing engineering and scientific applications in Excel due to the lower cost, lower development time and because of Excel's exceptional abilities. Our 3-day "hands-on" advanced Excel VBA webinar for engineers and scientists shows you from an engineering and science perspective how to use VBA to create advanced data analysis tools, advanced technical models, advanced database tools, dashboards using ActiveX controls and userforms, interface with other programming languages like VB.Net and FORTRAN and control other programs like Word and PowerPoint. Our advanced Excel VBA webinar for engineers and scientists also covers Excel for Mac. Taught by an engineer.
Our Excel dashboard webinar shows you how to assemble high end dashboards that will rival anything on the market from advanced formulas and logic, adaptive names, ActiveX controls, charts, pivot tables, Excel's visual features and graphics.
Microsoft Excel is like a set of building blocks, its elements can be configured in many different ways to create a solution. One of the strengths of Microsoft Excel is being able to rapidly build visual display systems from its elements to displays data, model information, program output, basically anything you can imagine. The trick is knowing how to assemble its individual elements to form stunning visual displays that automatically adapt to changing data conditions all using formulas. Our 3-day "hands-on" Excel Dashboards webinar shows you the complete mechanics of how to create advanced Microsoft Excel dashboards. The dashboard types covered include various status displays, project management displays, time lines, chart gauges, various summary style charts, various maps, color coding worksheets, pivot charts and any other dashboard you can dream up. It shows how to use all of Microsoft Excel's capabilities to construct these sophisticated dashboards and most importantly how to assemble them. It also demonstrates how to build custom worksheet functions using VBA which provide the ultimate formula construction platform. Our Microsoft Excel dashboards webinar also covers Excel for Mac.
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