Issue - June 2015
Since its inception in 2007, everydayExcel Business Lab has been offering many successful Excel courses such as “Hidden Secrets of Data Analysis with Excel”. In the past years, many participants have been asking if we could also conduct PowerPoint training to help them transform Excel data into visually impressive presentation slides. Today, as these requests continue to pour in, we are very excited to announce that after many months of preparation, a new initiative is launched - Business Analytics Reporting with PowerPoint 2010, a course whereby engaging presentation slides are created from Excel reports in double quick time. In this course, you will acquire the following skills:
To celebrate the launch of our first PowerPoint course, we are now offering an extra seat at no additional cost when you sign up for the course so that you can bring a colleague along. To grab this promotion, click on this link now!
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With the newly introduced PIC bonus, you are now paid (not paying) 60% of the course fees for sending your staff to our courses. Check out now in this IRAS PIC Link.
Hidden Secrets in Data Analysis with Excel 2007/2010 - 9 & 10 Jul 2015 (confirmed)
Business Analytics Reporting with PowerPoint 2010 - 13 & 14 Jul 2015 (confirmed)
The Hidden Key to Excel Reporting and Charting - 20 & 21 Jul 2015 (confirmed)
Unleash the Power of Excel Power Pivot for Data Insights - 30 & 31 Jul 2015 (confirmed)
Learning the Magic of Macros 2007 (Excel VBA) - 5 & 6 Aug 2015 (confirmed)
Breakthrough Performance for HR in Excel 2007/2010 - 15 & 16 Jun 2015 (confirmed)
Dynamic Real-Time Forecasting with Excel 2007/2010 - 24 & 25 Aug 2015 (confirmed)
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