Fantastic news folks…
As part of Office 2010 launch, Microsoft India is arranging a virtual launch event on May 25th and 26th. There are a ton of cool sessions on various Office products.
I will be presenting on “Sparklines and Conditional Formatting” On May 25th between 3:30 – 5 PM IST (we are GMT + 5:30). The event is free and open for all.
Click here to register for the event
Few more details about the event:
- You can join the session online or walk-in to one of the partner centers in India and attend.
- All the sessions are conducted by Microsoft India MVPs and Employees.
- Around 8000 people are expected to participate in the session
- All the participants are going to get an ebook and MS Certifications (I am not giving these, MS does, details should be provided during the sessions)
- For more details about Office 2010 Virtual Launch events, visit meraoffice.com
What will you learn in my session?
- Introduction to sparklines
- Introduction to conditional formatting (data bars)
- Learn how to apply sparklines and CF to a real world problem by building a simple dashboard
- Get URLs where you can download example files
Who should attend?
The session is good for anyone working with excel and upgrading to Office 2010 products in the near future. If you are someone responsible for deployment, purchase or training of Office products, then you might for the sessions very useful.
Drop a comment.
Then go register… now!
5 Responses to “Attend Free Excel Training Session by Me on May 25th”
Sounds like a worthwhile event to view online. Wish I could afford the trip to india to see it first hand.....
@Scaffdog845.. even if you come to India, you cannot see me as I am doing the session online from my home... 😉
Will you conduct the class in English?
@Plans.. yes, the session will be in English. I guess all the sessions are in English.
I have registered for the virtual launch mainly for the Excel session. I am in the UK. Do you reckon this will be available on Microsoft website for viewing later. Alternatively, do you know any software to record this. Thanks, Ajit