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Excel Saturday Intensive-Presentati­on and Report Layout

Eventbrite - Excel Saturday Intensive Training-Presentation & Report Layout

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Presentation & Report Layout

Golden Gate University Room 2203

Congratulations! You've finally finished putting together your Excel Workbook!But are you really finished? You want to make a good impression, right? Before you share or present your work, you might want to clean or 'pretty it up' a bit! Of course you want it to look nice, clearly show the information and results requested,you may even have to do a presentation to explain what everything means! This session will cover different ways to prepare your Excel workbook for printing, sharing and presenting.

Presented by: Clinton Monroe, Joe Dion,Roger Nakaya, Stephen Tin, and Tina Asti


Report layout

  • Readability
    • Font styles, sizes & colors
  • Page setup
    • Margins
    • Headers & Footers
  • Protecting your work
    • Hiding & protecting formulas
    • Protecting data & preventing unauthorized changes
  • Preparing the file for distribution
    • Hard copies
    • Print or save to a pdf file

Powerpoint presentation

  • Embedding Excel workbooks into a Powerpoint presentation
  • Importing Charts & Graphs into Powerpoint
  • Animating Chart Elements in Powerpoint


This is a hands on knowledge sharing session. Bring your own laptop to follow along. Share the problems you came across.

***No computer is provided by the organizer.***

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  • Dr Nigel G.

    Does anybody need to report in Excel using data from (OLAP) CUBES such as Microsoft Analysis Services, Oracle Essbase or IBM TM/1? Big companies use cubes for planning and analysis but reporting is tricky. If so please email me or speak to me on Saturday about new developments.

    October 25, 2012

  • Kelly L.

    Hi, will there by any more meet ups this year?

    October 25, 2012

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