Microsoft Excel is the standard spreadsheet application for both the business world and personal use, and New Horizons Excel training courses will help you and your employees learn how to make the best use of all it has to offer, from basic to advanced features.
We offer world-class Excel training for several versions, including 2016, 2013, 2010 and 2007. Whether you and your employees are new to Excel or are advanced users, our Excel training will cover all everyone needs to know to become Excel power users. And, of course, all Excel training classes are delivered by one of our Microsoft Certified Trainers.
What's New for Microsoft Excel 2016?
Excel 2016 is designed to help you get professional-looking results quickly. It lets you get away from walls of numbers and draw more persuasive pictures of your data. Features include:
- One-click forecasting
- New chart options
- 3D Maps
- Enhancements to PivotTable
- A query box to easily locate Outlook tools and features
- Ink Equations
- Easier sharing of your spreadsheet with others
- Improved version history
Business Benefits of Microsoft Excel Training
As a business owner or manager, you understand how valuable Microsoft Excel spreadsheets are to your operation. The software is functional and flexible for so many different data applications—employee data, customer and vendor data, your business’s financials, and more. The better your employees are trained to master Excel, the more productive they can be.
If your recent hires have only basic knowledge of Excel or if the entire staff could use a refresher course, investing in Microsoft Excel classes from a recognized industry leader such as New Horizons could pay off. The same holds true if you have upgraded to one of the newer versions. Either way, taking Excel classes will improve your staff’s proficiency.
Our Microsoft Excel Course Offerings
New Horizons offers Microsoft Excel training for those of all skill levels. Our Excel training classes can help your staff reach the next level. Microsoft Excel courses are available for all supported versions of Excel, allowing your staff to learn the functions that apply directly to their job duties.
Excel 2016 - Part 1
This course will help you learn the basics of Excel’s newest version. Covered topics include manipulating a worksheet, entering functions and preparing a spreadsheet for printing.
Excel 2016 - Part 2
Intended for intermediate users, the Level 2 Excel 2016 training courses introduce data analysis. Learn how to use charts and tables, including PivotTables.
Excel 2016 - Part 3
Advanced users will begin using Excel to forecast future data and incorporate macros into their spreadsheets. This course also discusses advanced functions such as VLOOKUP.
Excel 2016 - Data Analysis with PivotTables
This course is focused entirely on PivotTables, which are used daily in offices worldwide. Creating PivotTables and PivotCharts and analysis of data contained therein are discussed in detail.
Excel 2016 - Data Analysis with Power Pivot
Power Pivot takes data analysis to a whole new level. Users will learn how to manage data relationships and calculations and incorporate key performance indicators (KPIs).
Excel 2013 - Part 1
The first in the New Horizons series of Excel 2013 training courses provides an introduction to the basic functions of Excel, such as calculations and spreadsheet formatting.
Excel 2013 - Part 2
This course incorporates intermediate tools such as subtotals, charts and PivotTables.
Excel 2013 - Part 3
This advanced Microsoft Excel training class focuses on top-level functionality. Learn how to audit spreadsheets, use lookup functions such as VLOOKUP, and use 3-D references.
Excel 2013 - Data Analysis with PivotTables
PivotTables are very popular in corporate settings and are a feature that job seekers must learn. This course shows how to create PivotTables in Excel 2013 and analyze the data collected in each PivotTable.
Excel 2013 - Data Analysis with Power Pivot
Power Pivot is an increasingly popular Excel tool that allows users to analyze large data sets easily. This course discusses its set-up and functionality.
Excel 2013 - Tables, PivotTables and Conditional Formatting
Individuals with a basic understanding of Excel may wish to take this course to learn how to organize and present their data in a visually appealing manner.
Excel 2010 - Part 1
The Excel 2010 training courses are ideal for people whose companies still use Excel 2010. The course shows users the basics, including spreadsheet formatting and modification.
Excel 2010 - Part 2
This intermediate class moves into functions and data analysis, using subtotals and PivotTables. Part 1 is a prerequisite.
Excel 2010 - Part 3
Available only to students who have taken Parts 1 and 2, this advanced class covers valuable skills such as conditional logic and automated analysis. Advanced chart functions also are discussed.
Excel 2010 - Power Pivot
Power Pivot allows Excel users to combine data from multiple spreadsheets into one easy-to-use chart. The course discusses the applications of Power Pivot, as well as how to construct and manipulate a Power Pivot. Excel 2010 Parts 1, 2 and 3 are prerequisites.
Excel 2010 - Programming with VBA
Visual Basic for Applications enables Excel users to go far beyond basic functionality and create miniature programs within their spreadsheets. Macro creation, program execution and troubleshooting are discussed.
Excel 2007 - Level 1
Excel 2007 training courses cover the oldest version of Excel that is supported by Microsoft and is still used in many offices worldwide. This course showcases the basics, such as inserting and deleting rows, and formatting and printing spreadsheets.
Excel 2007 - Level 2
This introduces more challenging and useful concepts, such as charts, tables, graphics and more complex functions.
Excel 2007 - Level 3
This course discusses advanced functionality, such as what-if analysis, importing data using Text to Columns, and using Excel in conjunction with the web.