Excel Workshop - DonorsChoose.org ONLY (Not Open to the Public!)

, President of Shir Consulting

This free workshop is offered exclusively for DonorsChoose.org members and is NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. All that I ask is that you leave me feedback/endorsements if you find it valuable. Sound fair?

Due to popular demand, the topic will be PIVOT TABLES.

In this 1 hour class you will learn:

  • The 5 basic elements of Pivot Tables
  • 5 Reasons why NOT using Pivot Tables will cost you dearly
  • 5 Specific examples of when to use Pivot Tables
  • 5 Key benefits of using Pivot Tables
  • 5 Simple steps to creating your own Pivot Table (in under 5 minutes)

Everyone will receive an email requesting you to participate in my one-of-a-kind collaborative Excel project. It takes less than 5 minutes and although it is optional, the more people participate the more fun it will be. In the end everyone will walk away with their own copy of the project. We'll also be using it in class, so please complete it as soon as possible if you want to be included in the project.

Prerequisites
This class is designed for people who have a basic understanding of Excel, but have never used or fully understood Pivot Tables. To brush up on the fundamentals, check out my 29 free Excel video tutorials at http://shirconsulting.com. Please note: a laptop is not required for this class.
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Shir Aviv

President of Shir Consulting

Shir is the president of Shir Consulting, which helps small businesses use their existing data to uncover previously hidden insights & opportunities. He is also the former Marketing & Analytics Advisor for the New York Technology Council, has been featured as the Microsoft Excel Expert on Howcast.com, and has taught Excel classes at General Assembly.

When not tweaking spreadsheets, Shir can be found dancing Argentine Tango in NYC's vibrant Tango scene. He holds a BS in Business Administration from the University of Vermont.

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