Learn how to build professional, eye-catching form-driven applications and spreadsheets

MS Excel, a wonder program, has umpteen uses for a number of professionals, students, and a host of other users. We have known for long that it can be used to carry out a number of functions that are varied and interesting. However, adding design elements to MS Excel goes a long way in enhancing its aesthetic appeal, as also the effectiveness.

Booking forms, sales order forms, invoices, loan agreement forms and surveys are just some of the endless kinds of forms that can be created using Excel. These can be made a lot more attractive and likeable by just adding a touch of features such as color, cell protection and some drop-down lists and simple validation.

A few simple steps at design

Just a few splashes here and there into these forms, and you will be amazed at the extent to which these bland forms can transform themselves into user-friendly ones that will make data entry simple and error free for everyone concerned, be it the user, her colleagues, or her clients. Small techniques such as this will eliminate the hassle of having to go through the long-winded, repetitive and frustrating experience of entering and editing data into a table in Excel.

This is just one of the many tricks that will be taught at a webinar on adding design elements into MS Excel to make it more illustrative, attractive and useful. At this webinar, the Expert, Mike Thomas, the globally acclaimed guru of MS Office, who has spent over a quarter of a century as a subject matter expert in a swathe of subjects relating to MS Office and Mac, will be the speaker.

Loads of experience

The experience and wisdom that Mike has gained over these years, during which he has been Fellow of The Learning and Performance Institute and has worked with and for a large number of global and UK-based companies and organizations across a diverse range of sectors, will be in full flow at this highly interactive webinar session. Want to know how to optimize the use of design elements into MS Excel to make it more palatable and likeable? Just log on to http://www.compliance4all.com/control/w_product/~product_id=501316LIVE?Wordpress-SEO to enroll and relive the fun of learning about MS Excel.

Adding design elements into MS Excel to save costs and time

The main benefit that people across a spectrum of professions and activities, such as Business Professionals, Business Owners, Researchers, Administration Support Staff Educators, or for that matter anyone who wants to learn how to get the best from MS Excel to manage projects and their life, will gain from this webinar is that they can save the invaluable resources of time and money by learning to enhance the use of forms in MS Excel.

This session is highly useful to smaller organizations that are constrained with limited budgets and will think twice when needed to buy expensive dedicated software to manage the inputting and storage of information. This of course, does not preclude bigger companies from this learning.

Using other MS Excel features to create forms

The speaker will enable participants to follow real-world examples to learn how to build professional, eye-catching form-driven applications and spreadsheets. Since there is no option for creating a form; Mike Thomas will teach participants how to use a number of other built-in MS Excel features to create forms and then subsequently make them attractive with its design.

Mike will cover the following areas at this webinar:

o  Naming cells-to make formulas easier to understand

o  Drop-down menus and checkboxes-to make data entry easy

o  Data validation and protection-to reduce the risk of data-entry errors

o  Formatting-to make your forms inviting to use

o  Formulas and functions as VLOOKUP

o  Simple automation.

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