My name is Jeff Wilson, and I am a 52 year old self-employed individual who has been working with computers and I have developed an deep aptitude for quite a number of software packages and would like to share that with prospective students and also the business
In the computer
world, I have been an active user and consultant on Microsoft Office since its introduction to the PC world in 1987. My top two modules are Excel
and Access. Now with the introduction of EXCEL 2010, I have become a huge advocate for PowerPivot, the free add-in that in my opinion takes data analysis to a new plane. It virtually render Access redundant. PowerPivot makes it possible to create relational spreadsheets. The possibility that opens up is exciting. Let me show you the new technology! It is reasonable to work with large data sets in Power Pivot or to do regular Pivot Tables in either 2007 or 2010. No 2003 support unless upgrading out. I can teach someone how to do it or do it myself. It is my preference to do it by the job to build a solution first and on a subsequent visit show the user the necessary step to effectively use the solution.
Does the IF function intimidate you? Does VLookup make you break out in hives? Do custom measures in Power Pivot and Fiscal reporting in Pivot tables blow your brains to bits? I'm mentioned in Rob Collie’s book on Power Pivot as a member of flash
mob of Power Pivot devotees.
In academics, I am extremely well-versed in History
, especially American, as well as Government Law
and Politics and Political Science
. I was a Criminal Justice
Major so I able to tutor on the Courts etc. My interest in these areas has continued post-graduation. WyzAnt requires active billing be on file but your card is not charged until a lesson occurs and the first lesson is 100% refundable.
Give me a try. I do my best to make even the mundane seem interesting and compelling.
Billing terms are extremely flexible, especially in a project oriented situation.
Tutors have the ability to create educational resources and share them with the WyzAnt community.
Here are some of the resources created by Jeff.
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Microsoft Excel, in my opinion one of the greatest software applications that just keeps on giving. No matter how much time you put into learning the program, it is so open in what is possible that you learn new things every time you use it.
I intend to post little tips and tricks that will make your Excel Experience excellent in its own way.
The first installment of this series...