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10/1/2011 1:29:16 AM
Excel 2010 Expert 10
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Excel Expert 10 covers several different features. Topics covered include:

- Working with Custom Views
- Using the SUBTOTAL Function
- Creating Data Sheet Outlines
- Expand & Collapse Data Groups
- Control Input with Validation
- Select Values in Dropdown Lists
- Multiple Cascading Drowndown Lists
- Lookups with the DGETS Function
- Lots More!

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Keywords: custom views, subtotal, outlines, expand, collapse, data validation, dropdown, drop down, dgets
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Comment from Anonymous @ 5/4/2014
Hi Richard,
What does the VALUE function do? i.e. Why can't you just use: ISNUMBER(LEFT(C1,3)), without the VALUE part, to check if the first 3 #'s together are a number? Thanks!
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Comment from Joe Beniacar @ 5/3/2014
Hey Richard, how come the Grand Total and Region Totals use a SUBTOTAL(9,...) function, rather than a SUBTOTAL (109,...) function? Isn't the collapse feature more closely related to "Hide" than "Filter"? Thanks!
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Advanced Charts Comment from John Reneau @ 9/17/2012
What is the number of excel 2010 expert for the learning cd on advanced charts


Reply from Richard Rost:

I covered basic charts in Beginner 4, and PivotCharts in Expert 7. I haven't gotten to advanced charts yet. Coming soon. :)
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Comment from  Mrk @ 6/2/2012
1:09 Excel Course Levels... I was looking to purchase Advance & Developer Levels - Since I was not able to find them in Theater Home Memu -May I assume you're working on them? B.T.W... Great video's and hell of a great teacher too.
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Excel 2010 Expert 10 Comment from Christine M @ 4/10/2012
This program sounds great. I think it might be my next order.  But can you do an excel lesson with a workbook summary?  I have worksheets that I would like to summarize or list all of the data on one page. I want that summary page to update when I update the individual worksheet.  Thanks!  Love the lessons!


Reply from Richard Rost:

Yep. In Excel Expert 1 you learn how to refer to values on other sheets.
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Comment from Richard @ 10/1/2011
Yes, yes. I'm aware that the sort order of the Excel Expert courses goes 1, 10, 2, 3, etc. I have to fix it. I wasn't planning on having more than 9 courses in one level. :)
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