Data Input Table
Based on the project management use cases, you will learn how to build a stable Excel table for controlled data entry with the help of code lists. This content is part of the Projects 1 course.
Get rid of countless fixed spreadsheets with formulas that you have to constantly correct manually and therefore might get the wrong result due to the high risk of errors
Create a stable Excel spreadsheet with automatically updated formulas and controlled data entry
Learn how to create one common and automated input table.
Based on the project management use cases, you will learn how to build a stable Excel table for controlled data entry with the help of code lists. Code lists ensure a single and correct entry of predefined fields (prevents data entry errors due to typos or different wording for the same attributes). The solution is applicable in any business area (sales, finance, purchasing, HR; quality control, production, technology).
With Conditional formatting, you will easily create custom-made signalization and visually alert users to enter missing data. You will connect data with Data Validation and VLOOKUP functions. You will learn how to use the IF function and how to combine the IF and TODAY functions for the presentation of results.
You will learn how to design tables for a more user-friendly overview of data and how to use slicers for interactive reports or other interactive spreadsheets.
With the acquired knowledge, you will be able to create any kind of table in which you will collect specific data that you need in your daily work, and thus gain excellent control over the work done.
You will also get the Input Table.xlsm file for tracking tasks and projects, which you can start using immediately or easily adapt to meet your requirements.
Recommended: for users who want to make their work with Microsoft Excel easier and better
Learning time: 10 minutes to 1 hour, depending on your prior knowledge and available time
For: Microsoft Excel 2016, 2019, 2021, and Microsoft Office 365
YOU WILL RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING FILES:
|Interactive Power Point presentations*||Excel files|
|1.1 Projects List
|1.2 Input Interface for the Users
|1.3 Signalization and Data Control
||1.3 Input Table
*with videos included
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