Advanced Techniques Webinar - Choosing the Right Chart in Microsoft Office
Sure, you know the old standard charts and how to work with them - columns, bars, lines and pies... But do you recall the most wonderful charts of all? Have you even checked out the six new charts that Microsoft has rolled out in Office?
Participants will learn how to:
Determine which chart is best for their purpose
Set up their data to best work with each chart
Avoid common mistakes that people make when creating charts
Select the right chart for the right data
Understand what the histogram, box and whisker, sunburst, treemap, waterfall, and Pareto charts illustrate
Work with bubble, radar, and other more obscure charts.
Create combo charts that combine multiple styles of charts into one graphic element.
Attendees will be provided access to the live webinar as well as access to the recording for 30 days. All attendees will receive a handout with step by step instructions detailing what was covered during the webinar. In addition, a letter can be provided that is suitable for submitting for 1.5 Certified Administrative Professional (CAP) recertification points.
About the Instructor
Marie Herman, CAP, OM, ACS, MOSM
When it comes to career and professional development to help administrative professionals advance, Marie Herman, CAP, OM, ACS, MOSM knows how to take you from where you are, to where you want to be. She has made her career helping others to develop their skills through strategic planning, website design, and technology. With certification as an internet webmaster designer, Microsoft Office Specialist (Master Level), Advanced Toastmaster-Silver, and an Associate's Degree in Business, Marie has an expansive knowledge in many areas, and can help you become an expert as well. She is an author, mentor, and expert on a number of computer and professional development topics. Marie is the owner of MRH Enterprises LLC and teaches classes on Microsoft Office, Windows, and various other internet topics. She has been a member of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) since 1997 and was the 2012-2013 President of the Illinois Division of IAAP. She has more than two decades of experience as an administrative professional and efficiency consultant.