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In this Microsoft Excel 2010 video course, InfiniteSkills introduces you to the latest version of Microsoft's standard spreadsheet application.
In this Excel training course, you will learn by watching the author actually perform the operation he is instructing on, as he explains step by step how to perform these functions. The training explains Microsoft Excel 2010 starting with the absolute basics of creating your very first worksheet. He slowly works you up through learning the various capabilities of this very powerful program, and covers topics such basic to advanced formula and functions. A chapter on how to connect to Microsoft Web Apps is also covered. The course also shows how to use your own SkyDrive to store and share your Microsoft Excel Projects. As part of this course, you can also download the working files that allow you to work alongside the author as he teaches you how to use Microsoft Excel 2010.
By the completion of this online training course, you will be fully versed, and capable of working with Microsoft Excel 2010 in a commercial Environment.
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I recommend this course, i use excell a lot but thanks to Guy i've learned a lot of useful tips. You can view the entire course in 2-3 days.
I have been very impressed by this course. The material is well organized and thorough. The instructor speaks clearly and is knowledgeable. He does a quick review of the newly covered concepts at the end of each tutorial. He has a subtle yet witty sense of humour that I certainly appreciate. Kudos to anyone who can make Excel interesting!
This is a great beginners course on Excel. Each lesson covers just a few basic principles and it's easy to go at your own pace. The one thing that is missing is that at the end of each section, there should be a downloadable Excercise/Homework sheet. I took a similar course that had an Excel Workbook you downloaded at the end of each major section and it had 4-5 assignments to do with the various sheets in the workbook that utilized the skills learned in that section. (The last sheet of the workbook contained "answers" that explained step by step what to do if you couldn't figure it out.) Just watching these lessons and following along is okay, but the real way you learn something is by doing it on your own. This class lacks that important element to really solidify the information.
Comprehensive course, lots of XL basic/intermediate functions, charting and features, including Sky Drive file management. If you have trouble with a Liverpudlian accent, it may take some getting used to. All lessons are brief and feature closing recaps, so don't panic. Spread over 2-3 days, this course is doable and you can practice what you have learned on accompanying file set. Spreadsheets displayed are small on average laptop screen, so you have to keep clicking to increase to full screen size after each lesson ends....720p is not default HD display range (must reset for each session), which is a bit lame. This course could have used an update to feature SharePoint interfaces, but these lectures were produced in 2010. This course will get you rolling and ready for advanced Excel course, which is the point, of course.
Course quickly and clearly covers a lot of features. It helped transition me from Excel 2003. Although I use Excel extensively, I still learned new functions and better ways to accomplish tasks.