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Excel 2013: Data Validation in Depth
Excel 2013: Data Validation in Depth
Excel 2013: Data Validation in Depth!
With Excel's data validation tools, you can control how users input data into workbooks and ensure data is entered consistently and accurately. You can control the dates, the times, even the length of the text they enter, or simply provide a list of acceptable choices to eliminate any possible mistakes. Here, Denzell Tudor explores how the data validation tools in Excel 2013 can be used to set dropdown lists, and control numeric data, dates and times, and text data.

Topics include:
•    Testing for whole numbers and decimals
•    Using the input message box
•    Sequencing and placing lists
•    Creating multi-tiered lists
•    Setting date and time limitations
•    Limiting text length
•    Locating data validation rules
•    Requiring entries to be unique

If you need your data to be accurate, and you want to enter it quickly, then this is the right course for you. We will show you how to limit the types of numbers you can enter. How to set up error and warning messages. And how to set up drop down lists as a way to ensure valid data entry and save a lot of typing effort. We will also show you methods for controlling the entry of date and time information as well as limiting the length of text entries.
The skills acquired from this version are mostly applicable to newer versions of Excel.
If you think that Microsoft Excel is only for business purposes, you are wrong. Many use it for various personal needs at home too. Some of the features that you should understand about Microsoft Excel to unlock the potentiality of this application are working with spreadsheets, cell formatting, various menus and toolbars, entering of data and editing the same, navigating between various spreadsheets, formula calculation, inserting various functions like date/time, mathematical functions, using of various charts that are available, inserting, editing and deleting comments on cells, etc.

Computer Based Training (CBT) is a way to master MS Excel. This is where you take your own time to master the application. With the help of CBT, you get realistic, interactive and complete training. You get to learn right from what a beginner should learn to advanced level. Once the training is over, you would have mastered Microsoft Excel. You get to see simulations of Microsoft Excel application software. Some CBT also offer review quiz questions to gauge your understanding. CBT generally offer interactive, complete and comprehensive training. As it offers practice questions, you will be able to understand better and gain confidence in using the application. According to me, this is one of the best ways to learn Microsoft Excel.

The concept of spreadsheeting has been around for hundreds of years. The process can be described as the ability to arrange numbers, characters and other objects into rows and columns. It is most common that spreadsheets only contain numbers and text. The software version of spreadsheeting basically takes the manual processes described above and puts them into an electronic format. Whilst the accounting industry which most commonly uses spreadsheets they can be used in any situation.

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