JOINT SERIES OF EXCEL WEBINARS
The Maine and NH-VT Chapters are excited to once again present a joint series of Excel webinars to our members. Don't miss the opportunity to get three hours of Excel training for financial professionals for just $50! For those who attended our Excel webinar series last year, you know this is an incredible value! The training will be offered in two stand-alone webinars, 90 minutes each over lunch time in September and October. Each participant will receive a set of Excel templates, as well as a PDF summary handout for future reference. The webinars are $25 each for members and $50 for non-members. Please refer to the detailed description of each webinar below.Please note that these webinars are not recommended for beginner users. The material offered is for intermediate to advance level users. Webinars will begin at noon and end at 1:30 pm EST and will not be recorded for future use. You will be able to register for both webinars at the same time if you choose to. You may also register as a group if you have the desire to do this as a group at your facility.How Do You Do This in Excel - October 6, 2016 - How do you get from your house to the store? Do you walk? Ride a bike? Drive a car? All of these methods will get you there, but some are faster than others. The same is true in Excel. There are often several ways to accomplish any given task in Excel. But, not all options provide the same efficiency. For example, let's say you need to compute a report subtotal, such as the fixed assets subtotal. How do you do this in Excel? Do you use the SUM function? If so, it may surprise you to learn that there is a more efficient option. In this session, we'll examine several common Excel tasks and then discuss our options.The Two Most Important Excel Functions for Accountants - October 20, 2016 - We'll discuss two Excel functions that provide incredible efficiency to accountants. One has been around for decades and is often cited as the most popular Excel function. It is the VLOOKUP function. VLOOKUP is indeed a favorite of many accountants. After exploring the details of VLOOKUP, we'll examine a relatively new alternative. We'll compare these two functions and see which performs lookup tasks more effectively. It will be a competition, an epic battle between two of the most important Excel functions. Who will win?Your attendance may qualify for 1.8 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits per webinar. We have computed the education credits based on an equivalent of 50 minutes for each education credit hour. You are responsible for maintaining adequate records and determining if the content of this program meets the professional licensing requirements of your state.
Thursday, October 6, 2016 - Thursday, October 27, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:30 PMEastern Time
NH-VT Chapter HFMA
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