How do you currently use Microsoft Excel?
Many businesses use Microsoft Excel on a daily basis. You might have spreadsheets that you use to monitor income and expenditure or to record clients’/customers’ contact details, and you are probably proficient at sorting basic data. Therefore, by performing these tasks, you will know that Microsoft Excel can save you time and present information in a logical format for you and your colleagues to access and share.
However, Microsoft Excel has numerous functions that you might not be aware of and there is a variety of charts that you can use to make your data easier to understand and look more presentable. Seeing data presented in chart format allows you to identify trends quickly and easily and make decisions and projections about how your business is performing.
Using formulas to calculate column and row values within spreadsheets quickly is a well-known feature of Excel but there are lots of more advanced formulas that can be used to analyse data. However, knowledge and use of Excel’s more advanced features will provide you with greater insight into your business data and allow you to explain important business developments to interested parties.