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1 Microsoft Project Certifications IIL is a Gold Certified Partner for Microsoft, and we are dedicated to providing individuals, teams and companies with the training they need to successfully manage projects and programs using the Microsoft Project and Project Server solutions. We keep our courseware aligned with the needs of the advancing project manager, as well as those of progressive organizations looking to be competitive in the global marketplace by increasing their project management maturity level and capabilities. IIL and Microsoft: a Rich History Beginning in 1998, IIL has been offering Belt certification for Microsoft Project. Since that time, we have certified almost 7,000 practitioners. Beginning with the 2007 version of Project and Project Server, IIL helped Microsoft develop its own certification program, which consists of three credential exams. In addition, Microsoft selected IIL to develop the Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) for this new certification. IIL s Project Belt Courses IIL s Project Belt courses prepare project managers for Microsoft Official Certification(s). Our series of Belt courses is progressive, with successful completion of one Belt course (or the equivalent) being a prerequisite to enrollment in the next level. Project White Belt earns you IIL s White Belt Certification and complements Project Orange Belt in preparing you for the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) credential. This course is targeted to individuals relatively new to scheduling. Project Orange Belt is a bit more advanced, equipping you with the knowledge and skills to build, maintain and control well-formed project plans. The Orange Belt course fully prepares you for the MCTS exam. Project Blue Belt teaches you how to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control enterprise projects using the Project Server Enterprise tool. Project Black Belt addresses the management of complex projects using Project Server and Project Professional. Microsoft Project and Project Server 2010 IIL s Project 2010 courseware will focus on best practices gathered from thousands of customers and trainers around the world. We will offer our full Belt curriculum, including White, Orange, Blue and Black Belt courses, as well as courses on Utilizing SharePoint for Project Management. Project White Belt 2010 will be available in May 2010, and we will subsequently roll out the rest of our Belt courses as follows: Project Orange Belt 2010 in October 2010; Project Blue Belt 2010 in March 2011; and Project Black Belt 2010 in June Microsoft Excel Two new Excel courses - Microsoft Excel in Depth and Microsoft Excel Visual Basic for Applications - will help you deepen your understanding of the intricacies and capabilities of Excel. Leverage the power of our wholly-owned network of IIL companies, strategically located all over the world. We have deep experience working in different languages, cultures, countries and industries and are proud to be the training solution partner of choice for many top global companies. Find out what we can do together! Contact your local IIL company (listed on the back cover of the catalogue) or us at or Visit our website for the latest course schedules. Microsoft, Excel and Visual Basic are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Project White Belt, Project Orange Belt, Project Blue Belt and Project Black Belt are registered trademarks of International Institute for Learning, Inc. 63

2 Microsoft Project Certifications Project White Belt 2010 Getting Started with Microsoft Project 2010 This workshop serves as an introduction to scheduling using Microsoft Project. It is suitable for anyone with a need to use scheduling software such as team members, planners, project leaders, project managers or other scheduling practitioners. This workshop is kept up to date with the framework of knowledge outlined by the Project Management Institute s (PMI s) Practice Standard for Scheduling and A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide). This course will be led by an IIL certified instructor who will outline the benefits of the software, provide tips on using various features and common shortcuts, recommend guidelines and discuss the application of scheduling concepts to manage project work. Participant materials include a comprehensive workbook with screen captures of various software features for ease of reference after class. There are no prerequisites for this course Basic Anyone new to Microsoft Project Individuals who would like to learn more about the scheduling process using Microsoft Project Individuals on a project management career path who need to sharpen their skills in scheduling Excel and SharePoint users You ll learn to: Define key scheduling concepts and terms Effectively navigate the user interface and interpret common views Configure essential elements of a new schedule Enter and modify a task list Record unplanned or partially planned activities Set dependencies between tasks Create a resource list and generate assignments Apply individual and global formats to views and charts Create a summary or executive timeline Prepare the schedule for printing, reporting and sharing through other file formats Getting Started Introductions Course structure Course goals and objectives Scheduling Concepts Project management concepts Scheduling concepts The Critical Path method Navigating the User Interface and Views Working with the ribbon Working with the quick access toolbar Setting general and display options Gantt chart view Calendar view Network diagram view Getting help Hands-on exercise Setting up a New Schedule Creating new schedules - From existing files - From a template - From a SharePoint task list - From an Excel workbook Providing the schedule start date Working with the standard calendar Hands-on exercise Entering, Modifying and Outlining Task Data Entering and correcting task activities Entering an unscheduled task Techniques for entering estimates Organizing tasks Outlining tasks Adding supplemental text Hands-on exercise Creating Dependencies by Setting Links Dynamic schedules and dependencies Methods for linking tasks Switching the scheduling mode Hands-on exercise Entering and Assigning Resources Resource planning Creating a list of available resources Techniques for assigning resources Displaying task costs Hands-on exercise Formatting Gantt Chart View Single and global text formatting Single and global Gantt bar formatting Working with Gantt chart styles Adding drawings/objects to the chart area Hands-on exercise Communicating Information Creating a basic timeline view Rich data exchange Printing views Creating basic reports Creating Excel, PDF and XPS Files Hands-on exercise Course Summary and Next Steps White Belt certification - Exam structure - Registering for the exam - Taking the exam - Certification award Recap of learning objectives This course is also available for Microsoft Office Project 2007 and Note: Courses in Microsoft Project also qualify as required education hours for the PMI-SP (Scheduling Professional) certification (course information on page 45). Contact your education consultant or local IIL company for more information. #8955 / Four 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 1.2 / PDU Credits: 12 Price: USD 850 IIL/University Price: USD 1050 #8288 / 2 Days CEU Credits: 1.4 / PDU Credits: 14 Price: USD 1295 IIL/University Price: USD 1595 #PA8955 / Four 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 1.2/ PDU Credits: 12 Price: USD 850 IIL/University Price: USD or Visit our website for the latest course schedules. Microsoft, Excel and SharePoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Project White Belt is a registered trademark of International Institute for Learning, Inc. PMBOK is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

3 This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to build, maintain and control well-formed project plans as well as preparing them for the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) exam. A familiarity with key project management concepts and terminology is recommended, as well as basic Windows navigation skills and prior experience managing projects using Microsoft Project. Intermediate This course is intended for both novice and experienced project managers and schedulers, or any user of Project 2007 stand-alone desktop features (this course excludes Project Server features). Participants may be involved in or responsible for scheduling, estimating, coordinating, controlling, budgeting and staffing of projects and supporting other users of Project Create a well-formed project schedule Assign resources to tasks Understand task types and the schedule formula Analyze resource utilization Track progress Customize and format Project 2007 views Create project reports and analyze project, resource and task data Manage multiple projects Project Orange Belt 2007 Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project 2007 Getting Started Introductions Course structure Course goals and objectives How to Enter Data into Project 2007 Understanding the nature of projects Understanding Project 2007 file types Navigating the Project 2007 interface Getting help and guidance Configuring options How to Create and Set Up Projects Creating and saving projects Defining properties and options Creating and organizing the task list Importing data Modifying and applying calendars Setting scheduling options Entering task estimates Using a Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) Analysis to estimate task durations Linking and unlinking tasks Adding lag or lead time Creating and modifying deadlines, constraints and task calendars Identifying critical tasks Working with task drivers How to Work With Resources and Project Budgets Introducing resources, assignments and budgeting Adding resources to the resource sheet Creating and modifying resource assignments Entering project budgets Understanding Task Types and the Schedule Formula Introducing task types and the schedule formula Changing variables and predicting behavior Applying task types to produce predictable behavior How to Analyze Resource Utilization and Track Project Progress Introducing resource utilization concepts Viewing resource assignments, allocation and utilization Managing resource availability Optimizing and leveling resource assignments Working with baselines Entering duration, work and cost updates Discovering variances Troubleshooting and getting back on track How to Create, Customize and Format Reports Selecting, editing and creating basic reports Configuring print and page setup options Setting options to correct printing issues Exporting reporting data Creating and modifying visual reports Formatting screen elements Creating and modifying templates, calendars, fields, tables, formulas, filters, groups and custom views How to Manage Multiple Projects Introducing management of multiple projects Creating consolidated views and master projects Creating links between projects Calculating single or multiple critical paths Saving and opening multiple projects Sharing resources and analyzing resource utilization across multiple projects To attend this course, you will need to bring a laptop with Microsoft Office Project 2007 Standard or Professional edition with the latest service packs. You may obtain a trial version of this software from Microsoft. You will also need a CD-ROM drive and the power supply for your laptop. Project Orange Belt 2007 Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project 2007 Prepares you for the Microsoft Office Project 2007 MCTS certification exam Project Orange Belt 2010 will be available in October Microsoft Project Certifications #8960 / Six 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 1.8 / PDU Credits: 18 Price: USD 1250 IIL/University Price: USD 1550 #4960 / 3 Days CEU Credits: 2.1 / PDU Credits: 21 Price: USD 1695 IIL/University Price: USD 2095 #PA8960 / Six 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 1.8 / PDU Credits: 18 Price: USD 1250 IIL/University Price: USD or Visit our website for the latest course schedules. Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Project Orange Belt is a registered trademark of International Institute for Learning, Inc.

4 Microsoft Project Certifications Project Blue Belt 2007 Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control enterprise projects by using the Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 enterprise tool. This is the second course in the Microsoft Office Project 2007 Official Curriculum series and covers the Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution. It also prepares participants for Microsoft s Server 2007 MCTS exam. Monitor and control projects through processes and baselines Monitor and control projects by tracking task and project progress Monitor and control projects through measuring project performance and reporting progress Close projects Linking planning documents and using the team discussion feature How to Execute Projects and Manage Processes, Resources and Deliverables Understanding executing processes Managing resources and deliverables Working with timesheets Reporting administrative time Configuring personal settings Project Orange Belt course is required before taking Project Blue Belt; however, participants may skip this if they can demonstrate successful completion of the equivalent Microsoft certification exam. Experience using Project 2007 to create project schedules Experience with the Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Vista operating system Experience with Excel Familiarity with key PM concepts and terminology in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) Intermediate/Advanced This course is intended for experienced project managers and schedulers. These individuals are capable of managing projects in the Project 2007 EPM environment, including project and non-project efforts, risks, issues, documents, task progress and timesheets. These individuals should be familiar with key project management concepts and terminology found in the PMBOK Guide and should have advanced knowledge and capabilities with Project Initiate projects Understand the project planning processes Plan projects through scope, schedule and staffing management plans Plan resource assignments Plan projects through cost, risk and other planning documents Execute projects through processes, resources and deliverables Execute projects by managing timesheets and personal settings Getting Started With Project 2007 and Project Server 2007 Describing the Enterprise Project Management context Discovering Project Server 2007 Differentiating the users of Project Server 2007 Working with Project Professional 2007 and Project Server 2007 How to Initiate Projects Understanding initiating processes Differentiating the initiating processes in Project Professional 2007 and Project Web Access Managing initiating processes by using Project Web Access Managing documents in Project Web Access How to Plan Projects Understanding the project management plan Differentiating the Project Server 2007 client software Developing components of the scope management and schedule management plans Working with deliverables Understanding the Staffing Management Plan Building a project team Analyzing and managing resource availability Understanding resource assignments Resolving resource overallocation with enterprise resources How to Develop Cost, Risk and Other Planning Documents Developing components of the cost management plan Developing components of the risk management plan Understanding Monitoring and Controlling Working with the baselines Working with task progress and updates in Project Web Access Working with task progress using Project 2007 Tracking and viewing task information using Outlook 2007 Measuring Performance and Reporting Progress Understanding status reports Reviewing performance metrics and progress reports Working with the baselines How to Close Projects in the Enterprise Understanding the closing process Summary What did we learn, and how can we implement this in our work environments? Project Blue Belt 2007 Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 Prepares you for the Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 MCTS certification exam Project Blue Belt 2010 will be available by March #8970 / Six 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 1.8 / PDU Credits: 18 Price: USD 1250 IIL/University Price: USD 1550 #4970 / 3 Days CEU Credits: 2.1 / PDU Credits: 21 Price: USD 1695 IIL/University Price: USD 2095 #PA8970 / Six 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 1.8 / PDU Credits: 18 Price: USD 1250 IIL/University Price: USD or Visit our website for the latest course schedules. Microsoft, Windows XP, Excel, Outlook and Vista TM are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Project Blue Belt and Project Orange Belt are registered trademarks of International Institute for Learning, Inc. PMBOK is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

5 Project Black Belt 2007 Managing Projects and Programs with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 This course will address managing complex projects and programs using Project Server 2007 and Project Professional It requires practitioners to apply project management methodology and experience to the management of projects and program schedules in a Microsoft Office Enterprise Project Management (EPM) 2007 environment. A solid understanding of key project management concepts and terminology as found in PMI s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) is recommended. Extensive hands-on experience is also recommended in both Project Professional 2007 and Project Web Access Project Orange Belt and Project Blue Belt courses are required before taking Black Belt. However, participants may skip these prerequisite courses if they can demonstrate successful completion of the equivalent Microsoft certification exam(s). Intermediate/Advanced This course is intended for project managers, program managers, members of the Project Management Office as well as those participating in the deployment of an EPM solution who are responsible for managing, analyzing and reporting on projects and programs in the Microsoft Office EPM environment. Course participants should be able to recommend Office EPM environment configurations to create solutions for business problems. Manage enterprise projects, programs and portfolios Work with the Microsoft EPM Solution Define a standardized methodology for program management Define and create the enterprise environment Set up the program Plan the program Manage the program resources Track timesheets and task progress Perform Earned Value Management (EVM) Report and analyze the program data Manage project workspaces for programs and the queue Close the program and refine the environment How to Manage Enterprise Projects, Programs and Portfolios Managing projects, programs and portfolios in an enterprise Understanding program management standards and terminology Understanding the EPM solution Navigating the EPM solution interfaces Understanding Program Management Program management in the organization Defining the policies and procedures of program management Program life cycle process and phases Defining and Creating the Enterprise Environment Reviewing the default settings of Project Server 2007 Implementing changes in an enterprise environment Working with and setting up a program Customizing permissions and enterprise custom fields How to Plan the Program Developing a detailed plan of the program Establishing project interdependencies in a program Finalizing the program plan Adding and deleting a project and resetting the baseline Proposing and implementing updates to improve the planning process How to Manage Enterprise Resources Updating the enterprise resource pool and replacing resources Refining the program plan by identifying critical resources Managing and configuring timesheets and task progress Proposing improvements to timesheet and task progress configurations Reporting time and managing timesheets and task progress How to Perform Earned Value Management Applying EVM Using EVM in Microsoft Project 2007 Creating and modifying views and reports for EVM analysis Understanding, Reporting and Analyzing Program Data Customizing the enterprise fields and views to track a program Proposing changes to the look and feel of a program Working with an Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) Cube and a data analysis view Generating and modifying data analysis views Configuring a workspace for a project in a program Managing the queue How to Close the Program and Refine the Environment Closing and archiving a program Refining an enterprise environment Making changes to an EPM environment Summary What did we learn, and how can we implement this in our work environments? Project Black Belt 2007 Managing Projects and Programs with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 Prepares you for the Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 MCITP certification exam Project Black Belt 2010 will be available by June Microsoft Project Certifications #8980 / Eight 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 2.4 / PDU Credits: 24 Price: USD 1450 IIL/University Price: USD 1850 #4980 / 4 Days CEU Credits: 2.8 / PDU Credits: 28 Price: USD 1895 IIL/University Price: USD 2395 #PA8980 / Eight 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 2.4 / PDU Credits: 24 Price: USD 1450 IIL/University Price: USD or Visit our website for the latest course schedules. Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Project Black Belt, Project Blue Belt and Project Orange Belt are registered trademarks of International Institute for Learning, Inc. PMBOK is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

6 Microsoft Project Certifications Microsoft EPM Role-based Courses Organization-Specific Support for the Deployment of Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 Microsoft EPM 2007 for Project Managers Some experience managing projects using Microsoft Project is recommended. Intermediate Project managers who are planning to use Project Professional and Project Web Access in a Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) environment. Performance Focus This two-day course offers PMs the information they need to effectively manage projects in Microsoft Project Server. Participants will become familiar with Project Web Access and its collaborative features for managing project documents, risks and issues and for receiving task updates from resources. You will learn how to: Discuss how the key roles within Project Server 2007 fit in the EPM workflow Create a schedule connected to Project Server 2007 and assign resources from the Enterprise Resource Pool Create master project schedules and set cross-project links to manage programs Collaborate with and manage project team members on the list of tasks and assignments for each project Utilize Project Web Access to configure desired project views and to manage alerts, reminders and published jobs Collaborate with resource managers to maximize resource effectiveness Enter project ideas using proposals and create activity and resource plans for potential future projects Simplify the team-building process by using the Resource Substitution Wizard Receive task updates and publish progress updates to the schedule Manage the project workspace and collaborate with others using documents, risks and issues Understand the dashboard views, portfolio views and data analysis views Conduct real-time manipulation of data analysis views including configuration in Excel Microsoft EPM 2007 for Team Members There are no prerequisites for this course. Basic Project team members who need to report hours spent on project and non-project work to a resource manager and progress made towards completing assigned tasks to project managers by using Project Web Access. Performance Focus This half-day course is designed to introduce the Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solution to project team members and demonstrate how to directly interact with Project Web Access. Attendees will configure personal settings and use Project Web Access to report hours worked by using timesheets and report task progress by using task updates. You will learn how to: Understand the architecture and benefits of Microsoft s EPM Solution and how the team member role fits in the organizational workflow Navigate through the Project Web Access user interface Quickly respond to changes from the resource manager or project manager through personal alerts and reminders Incorporate non-project work efforts with project tasks such that all commitments are visible in Project Web Access or Outlook Provide the project manager with an accurate update on the status of assignments using task updates and textual status reports Provide the resource manager with an accurate update on the hours worked on project tasks and administrative tasks through timesheets or Outlook Adjust the timesheet view in Microsoft Project Web Access Microsoft EPM 2007 for Resource Managers A good understanding of project and resource management is recommended, as well as prior experience managing projects using Microsoft Project. Intermediate Resource managers who are planning to use Microsoft Project and Project Web Access in a Microsoft EPM environment. Performance Focus This half-day course covers the necessary elements for effective resource management in both Project Web Access and Microsoft Project. Participants learn how to create and maintain resources and assign them to projects, receive timesheets submitted by team members and approve project and administrative time. This course explores the resource capacity model and uses data analysis views to analyze resource allocation and recommend changes to enterprise resources. You will learn how to: Describe the different types of resources and their main attributes: work, material, local, cost, enterprise generic and enterprise actual resources Set up and maintain resources using the Enterprise Resource Pool* View and modify resources using the Resource Center in Project Web Access Understand the resource capacity model and how to optimize resource ROI Collaborate with project managers to build teams on projects using Team Builder and Project Web Access Understand matching resources with skills and the request/demand attribute Analyze resource assignments and availability using the Resource Center Utilize generic resource assignments in future time periods to predict resource needs Receive and approve timesheets and respond to administrative time requests Use data analysis views to report on resource allocation and resource trends *This feature may be limited to the Project Server administrator or Visit our website for the latest course schedules. 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7 Microsoft Excel in Depth Becoming Proficient in the Details of Excel This practical course gives participants a solid background in the features of Excel, as well as a deeper understanding of the best ways to use Excel. This is not a beginner s course in Excel. Participants will learn some advanced features such as Pivot Tables, Charting, Tables, Sorting, Filtering, Functions and more. The goal of this course is to give participants a deeper understanding of the intricacies of Excel and a new ability to use it efficiently to produce the solutions they re seeking. A solid working knowledge of Excel and a desire to become more knowledgeable about its features and benefits Excel Overview Excel Functions VLOOKUP, IF, INDEX, MATCH, CHOOSE, SUMIF, SUMIFS, SUMPRODUCT, DATE, so many more Using Named ranges, Data Validation, Sorting, Filtering Learn the Name manager Learn the difference between local and global names Ensure correct access to linked workbooks Ensure data accuracy Learn how to use cascading data validation (for example, once a user chooses cars, another cell allows only Ford, Toyota, etc.) Sorting by more than 3 fields Filtering by font, pattern or value See your data based on things like dates in the third quarter, or fields where quantity x price is greater than some fixed value Array formulas Learn how to use the most powerful formulas in Excel How to combine many formulas into one compact array-formula Learn the real power of these formulas and why regular formulas can t do the job Using built-in array formulas, like TREND or TRANSPOSE Summary What did we learn, and how can we implement this in our work environments? Microsoft Project Certifications Intermediate/ Advanced This course is for anyone with a basic working knowledge of Excel who wishes to enhance their understanding of the myriad features of Excel and when to use them. Use functions like IF, AVERAGE, SUMIF, SUMIFS, SUMPRODUCT, INDEX, MATCH, CHOOSE, DATE and many more Create meaningful charts Use Pivot Tables Use Conditional Formatting and Data Validation Take advantage of using Named ranges, do sorting, filtering, tables Getting Started Introductions Course structure Course goals and objectives Conditional Formatting and Data Formatting Make relevant data stand out Isolate highs and lows Make error cells invisible Learn about Data bars and Icon sets Color Scales Highlight differences between worksheets Learn all the codes in the Format/Number list, like (#,##0.00_);(#,##0.00) Using cell styles Learn all about alignment, protection, borders, colors and more Pivot Tables How to summarize large amounts of data with a few clicks Learn various ways of presenting the data Pivot table tools How to customize and format a pivot table to suit your needs How to group data Using the various options to present your data Charts Learn how to create a chart with one keystroke! The 11 types of built-in charts How to customize the charts to make the information tell the right story Using the design, layout and formatting available to charts in Excel Embedded charts versus chart sheets How to modify all the pieces of a chart #8858 / Four 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 1.2 / PDU Credits: 12 Price: USD 850 IIL/University Price: USD 1050 #PA8858 / Four 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 1.2 / PDU Credits: 12 Price: USD 850 IIL/University Price: USD or Visit our website for the latest course schedules. Microsoft and Excel are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

8 Microsoft Project Certifications Microsoft Excel Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Mastering Automation - Making Things Happen Fast! This practical course provides a solid background in the capabilities and usage of Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming. It explores macro recording, editing, writing macros from scratch, making User Forms and creating user-defined functions. The goal of this course is to provide access to the programming environment of Excel and enable participants to make macros that are always available to make their usage of Excel easier. A solid working knowledge of Excel, and a desire to get more deeply into the programming language built in to Excel - Visual Basic for Applications. Intermediate/ Advanced Get information to/from a workbook - How to design a User Form - When to use it, when not - How to get information to/from a User Form - Learn the various controls on a User Form (button, checkbox, textbox, etc.) - Using Input boxes and getting messages to a user Make repetitive tasks happen without errors and quickly: for example, updating a monthly report using new data Create your own set of personal utilities which are available to you in every workbook Create your own functions in addition to Excel s wide set, like a weighted average function Debugging Prevent a workbook from being saved or printed unless all required fields are filled in This course is for anyone with a solid working knowledge of Excel. Summary What did we learn, and how can we implement this in our work environments? Record macros Edit macros Debug macros Create and use User Forms Create user-defined functions Explore Event-driven macros (macros which run when some event occurs, like printing or saving or using a right-mouse click) Getting Started Introductions Course structure Course goals and objectives Macros and User Forms Record, edit and maintain your macros Learn what can and cannot be recorded A quick look at syntax A discussion of functions and User Forms Course Outline Record macros Examine and learn about the VBE (Visual Basic Environment) - the place where macros are stored #8857 / Two 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 0.6 / PDU Credits: 6 Price: USD 495 IIL/University Price: USD 695 #PA8857 / Two 3-hour sessions CEU Credits: 0.6 / PDU Credits: 6 Price: USD 495 IIL/University Price: USD or Visit our website for the latest course schedules. Microsoft, Excel and Visual Basic are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

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