View a Free 2-Minute Clip of Excel Dashboards 101 from Melissa Esquibel:
Microsoft® Excel® dashboards are a powerful way to pull together different information in a single place to give a high-level overview of a business. A meaningful “big picture” view of business activities can drive the allocation of scarce resources.
Decisions are easier.
And, the end-user doesn’t have to spend valuable time swimming through seas of unimportant information to get to key information.
You could buy expensive software to create dashboards. But, before you do, see what you can do with tools you already possess in Excel.
Excel Dashboards 101 will help you discover how to create useful dashboards with financial, production and customer data. Get tips on converting raw data into readable charts, diagrams and tables that are easy to consume.
What should be included in your dashboard
Set-up tips to allow data to easily flow from source to dashboard
How to make your dashboards resilient to changing data
Using charts and pivot tables to get just the detail you need
The session is presented from Excel 2010, but many of the techniques you’ll learn will be applicable to Excel 2007 and 2013. Some material will also be usable in older versions. To get the most out of this program, attendees should have some experience with Excel charts, pivot tables and formulas.
Among the techniques you’ll learn are:
Importing data from external sources
Transforming cell data into dynamic graphics
Creating interactive user interfaces
Connecting your dashboard to automatically refreshing data
With Excel Dashboardsyou can step back from the details and see the key trends and relationships that drive business.
Mary Ellen Slayter Editor, Administrative Professional Today
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About Your Speaker:
Melissa Esquibel is a Microsoft® Certified Trainer. She combines her 25+ years of experience in information technology with a background in training, technical writing and business risk analysis. Her goal is to help you understand the amazing workflow benefits of Microsoft® Excel®.
Who Should Watch:
Supervisors and managers
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