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Old 04-23-2014, 08:17 AM
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How do I create a Sample Excel analytic work. Something to show case my strength in Excel. I am fairly decent in excel and using it for report, great with navigating around it but my use of excel has been basic formula, Match/Index, pivot table/chart, H/V-Lookup, rare use of macro of which I usually get help with on these so I cannot say am independently a VBA coder. I need help with showcasing all of this in excel sample somehow.

Any assistance that will help channel my thought to the best way of showcasing this Excel analytic sample will be great.



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Hi shilabrow,

Your request is so vague as to be capable of more than a simple suggestion to create some sample worksheets showing how you use Excel to perform the analyses of which you speak. Even if you do that, though, few prospective employers would be interested in how you'd analyse something that they don't see as being structured like their data and others to whom they refer your analyses for assessment might simply steal the ideas...
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