If there was ever a better endorsement for making sure your resume skills are just as good as you say they are, look no further than Great Britain.
Last week, Public Health England used an outdated Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, which inadvertently underreported the number of positive COVID-19 diagnosed cases during the week. Because of the error, almost 50,000 Britons who had contact with a recently infected carrier weren't contacted and traced.
And it's all because someone didn't spot the difference between an XLS file and an XSLX file.
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PivotTables, their role in data analysis, and more take center stage in Advanced PivotTables in Excel. Meanwhile, Power Pivot, Power Query and DAX in Excel, uncovers how to handle high-powered data sorting and using the DAX formula language.
And since Excel and all of its number-crunching power are made possible by its proprietary programming language, the VBA for Beginners and VBA Intermediate explain what knowing how to manipulate that code means in the hands of expert users
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Prices are subject to change.