Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 3



About the course

  • Creating, Maintaining, Filtering and using Subtotals in a List
  • Recording, Assigning and Using Macros
  • Creating and Using User Defined Functions
  • Performing “What If” Analyses
  • Working with Scenarios
  • Querying a Database
  • Importing and Exporting Files and Data
  • Protecting Data
  • Pivot Tables, Reports and Charts.
  • Other Advanced Business Analysis Tools.

Audience Profile

This course takes users to a high level of knowledge using financial topics available in Excel such as Financial functions, auditing and Charts

Course Details

  • Course Ref: MSE2016L3
  • Course Duration: 1 day
  • Course Location: Virtual Classroom
  • Course Dates: Please Enquire for Dates
  • Course Price: £195 (Excl VAT)


1: Working with Lists
Creating a List
Maintaining a List
Editing Records Using the Data Form
Filtering a List
Using Subtotals in a List

2: Working with Macros and User Defined Functions
Recording and Using Macros
Assigning Macros
Using User Defined Functions

3: Using Basic Analysis Tools
Performing “What If” Analyses
Working with Scenarios

4: Using Advanced Analysis Tools and External Data
Querying a Database
Importing and Exporting Files
Protecting Data
Using Data Validation
Using Worksheet Protection
Password Protecting a Workbook

5: Using Business Analysis Tools
Working with Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts
Identifying the Parts of a Basic Pivot Table
Pivot Table Reports
Create a PivotTable from worksheet data
Create a PivotTable from an external data sourc
Create a PivotChart report from an existing PivotTable report
Delete a PivotTable or PivotChart report
Using slicers
Formatting slicers for a consistent look
Sharing slicers between PivotTables
Types of Sparklines
Create a sparkline
Customize sparklines
Control which value points are shown
Change the style of or format sparklines
Online Analytical Processing (OLAP)
Business intelligence
What is Online Analytical Processing (OLAP)?
OLAP features in Excel

Appendix A: New Features in Excel 2016
New Chart Types
Get and Transform
One Click Forecasting
3D Maps
PivotTable Enhancements
Power BI
Quick Shape Formatting
Ink Equations
Data Loss Protection
File Types
The Ribbon and Toolbars
Screen Resolutions
Keyboard Shortcuts

Appendix B: Additional Features in Office 2016
Office 2016 – A New Platform
At a Glance Highlights Across the Suite
New Visual and navigational Features
File formats
User Assistance System (HELP)
Collaboration features
Themes and Quick Styles
General Keyboard Navigational Tips in Office


Delegates should have an understanding of the Windows operating system. Delegates should have a good understanding of Microsoft Excel or alternatively should have attended our Essentials course.