You’ll learn dozens of quick hidden tips and tricks to showcase your knowledge. Once you get the job, you’ll have the course to rely on! Good luck : ) For now make sure you check out these 5 Excel interview questions before you go to your next job interview. Over the last 30 years, Microsoft Excel has become the professional standard in offices across the globe. Many companies rely on Excel to carry out their day to day business. Basic Excel skills is a mandatory requirement for most office-based professionals today. Advanced Excel skills can get you a promotion. Some jobs require advanced Excel skills to begin with. In this video I cover some of the most common interview questions asked at a job interview. Explain Excel VLOOKUP function and limitations How does absolute reference in Excel differ from relative cell reference? What is a PivotTable and why should you use it? What is conditional formatting? When would you use the IF Function or a Nested IF in Excel? Course Length: 8:42 minutes Source: Leila Gharani
Most frequent questions and answers
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