Webinar: Harness the Power of Array Formulas
WK264 | Partner Virtual Events | Intermediate | Scheduled
Array formulas, which work on arrays of data rather than individual cells or ranges, allow users to make calculations that would otherwise be impossible with ordinary formulas. They can perform multiple discrete calculations in a single cell or return results to multiple cells. For example, an array formula can be used to round off totals or subtotals, a feat that is impossible to accomplish with an ordinary formula. Don't miss this opportunity to harness the power of array formulas to improve your analytical abilities in Excel.
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Good working knowledge of Excel with a fundamental understanding of Excel formula building
HighlightsBasic syntax of array formulas and how to enter them from the keyboard Creating array formulas useful to accountants and other financial professionals Using SUMPRODUCT as an alternative to array formulas in some situations
Upon completing this course, you should be able to:
- Explain array formulas and how they differ from ordinary formulas
- Identify an array formula from the Formula Bar
- Compose array formulas from the keyboard
- Describe common accounting situations where array formulas would be useful
This webinar is provided by K2 Enterprises. After registering for the course, you will receive an email from K2 with instructions for logging in to the webinar and obtaining your eMaterials.
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Lawrence McClelland, MBA, JD
Mac McClelland, an attorney and accounting professional, is an associate of K2 Enterprises of Hammond, Louisiana, and Network Management Group of Hutchinson, Kansas.
Mac was formerly the director of the Centre for Financial Studies at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand, where he lived and worked for seven years from 1990 to 1997. He was also a member of the faculty of the Advanced Business Programme, ranked in the top 100 MBA programs in the world by The Economist, specializing in business strategy and strategic management accounting.
He gained his practical experience in information systems with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and has an established practice in business and technology consulting. Mac has taught hundreds of continuing professional education seminars to accountants and business managers in the United States, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, and Southeast Asia. His presentations are highly rated, and he has won several awards for teaching excellence.
Mac has been published in leading business and practitioner journals, including Tax Ideas, Computers in Accounting, Journal of Accounting Education, Chartered Accountants Journal of New Zealand, and the top-rated Journal of Accounting Research.Back to Facilitators