Pre-Conference Workshops

Thursday, October 10 | 9:00a - 12:00p

Each Workshop Includes:

  • Lunch following the Workshop to continue the networking and learning
  • Certificate of participation for 3 clock hours
  • 3 additional clock hours for attending afternoon breakout sessions
  • Access to exhibitors & refreshment break

Registration Fees:

  • Add-On to full WASWUG Conference: $150
  • Pre-Conference only: $175

Only one Workshop may be selected. A Workshop can be added when registering for the WASWUG Fall Conference. If you are already registered for the conference, you can add a Workshop by contacting WSIPC.

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Managing Stress and Mastering Change

Presented by Mary Hambleton, Dawn Jones & Successful Training Solutions

Just how many different ways are there to solve problems? More than most people can imagine. Picking one way and getting started or freezing with the fear of failure can thwart even the best intentions to resolve issues. As a result, most people end up avoiding rather than tackling problems. In this fun-filled fast-paced workshop, attendees are exposed to a variety of highly effective problem-solving techniques. Then, interactive groups are formed and given relevant and creative problems to solve that involve the use of these proven techniques. Group presentations will cap this fun-filled learning session.

Microsoft Excel Training, Beginning to Advanced

Presented by Sherry Prindle, Dawn Jones & Successful Training Solutions

Automate with Macros
· Record Macros
· Visual Basic Editing

Perform Advanced Functions – IF, LOOKUP, SUMIFS . . .
· Absolute Reference – Naming Cells and Ranges
· Nesting Multiple Functions
· Multiple Variables

Create Complex Forms
· Advanced Formatting
· Active X Controls – Checkboxes, Form Fields, Calendars, Buttons

Contextualize Layouts
· Advanced Filtering
· Custom Views
· Apply Conditional Formatting to Set Parameters

Collaborate Across Workbooks, Platforms, and People
· Validating Data
· Securing and Sharing
· Integrating with Word, PowerPoint, Access, and the Web