How will this Certificate benefit youGet Job ready, by mastering MS Excel as a business toolAt the end of this course, you will learn how to generate professional, presentable work efficiently using MS ExcelWhat Jobs does this Certificate prepare you forIf you are a Working Professional or College Student, interested in one of the following careers, then this course will help you:Business Analyst in Management Consulting firms such as McKinsey, Bain etcFinancial Analyst positions in Investment Banking or Corporate Banking divisions of companies such as Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, ICICI etcStrategy Executive in Corporate Finance departments of large companiesOperations role in MNC's and other companiesHow will you learn100% Online self-paced course that you can watch from anywhere, any number of times11 online videos that can be completed in 1 weekWhy do I need to take the course "Introduction to Microsoft Excel"?Today, MS Excel is a critical tool for any kind of business job profile. Knowledge of MS Excel increases your efficiency at work and you can get more work done in less time.The best business experts, will teach you MS Excel using real-life industry case studies. At the end of this course you will be able to confidently use MS Excel to analyse data, make graphs, presentations etc.Management jobs such as the one in Financial Services and Business Consulting are extremely competitive. There are thousands of well qualified applicants for every open position. This course will significantly improve your chances of a successful career since you will learn the exact skills that industry is looking for.Course Contents1. Introduction to Microsoft ExcelIntroduction to Microsoft ExcelHow to format cells to make them look more professionalHow to manipulate rows and columnsHow to format numbersHow to format currency and dateHow to perform calculations in Excel – Add, Subtract, Multiply, divideHow to use the Max, Min and IF functionsHow to use Filter and Sort to work with large data setsHow to combine multiple cells using ConcatenateHow to locate values in a table using VLOOKUPHow to generate graphs to make data more presentable