Basic Excel Shortcuts For 11 Everyday Tasks: Get 65% Faster
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Basic Excel Shortcuts For 11 Everyday Tasks: Get 65% Faster

Master easy Excel shortcuts for everyday productivity
4.5 (24 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
841 students enrolled
Created by Faster At Excel
Last updated 8/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Perform 11 common Excel tasks using shortcuts
  • Complete everyday tasks 65% faster than before
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Requirements
  • All you need is a copy of Excel to practice on
Description

Get faster at Excel in an hour with the author of the best-selling Excel Shortcut Bible (available on Amazon)!

Learn 16 basic Excel shortcuts for 11 everyday tasks: Save, Copy, Paste, Cut, Undo, Redo, Bold, Italics, Underline, Find and Replace.

Don't just learn the shortcuts.  Also learn how to memorize them -- and some clever tricks to make Excel show you what the shortcuts are in case you forget.

If you're an Excel beginner and want to become more productive, this is the course. Instructions are easy to follow, and assume you are only a beginner in Excel.

There are 9 lectures and no exercises.  Simply start using the shortcuts at work!


Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for beginner-level Excel users and any office professional who want to become faster at Excel
  • This course is not for people who already use dozens of Excel shortcuts
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Curriculum For This Course
9 Lectures
01:00:28
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Hand Positioning
1 Lecture 02:29

Don't give up your mouse!

You can keep your right hand on your mouse for virtually all shortcuts in this course.  In this lecture, I give advice on positioning your hands -- so you are fast, yet still comfortable!

Preview 02:29
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16 Shortcuts & 65% Proven Time Savings
6 Lectures 38:16

Learn a great time-saving keyboard shortcut for Save.

Preview 02:20


Everyday Essentials #5 & #6: Undo & Redo To The Rescue
07:10

Everyday Essential #7: Basic Formatting -- Done Fast
06:18

Everyday Essentials #8 & #9: Find & Replace -- Find Extra Time, Replace Slowness
08:18

Here I'll prove that you can go 65% faster with the shortcuts you just learned.

Prepare for some humor in this video!

65% Proven Time-Savings With Everyday Essentials
08:51
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Remembering Shortcuts
2 Lectures 19:43

Learn how to "cheat" (in case you can't remember).  Make Excel tell you the shortcuts -- with Screen Tips, Key Tips and Hot Keys.

How To "Cheat" With Shortcuts
04:37

You can go much faster once you memorize the shortcuts.

Learn a simple, yet effective, 3-step process for memorizing shortcuts, plus 8 bonus memorization tricks

Memorizing Shortcuts
15:06
About the Instructor
Faster At Excel
4.5 Average rating
24 Reviews
841 Students
1 Course
Excel Productivity Training - FasterAtExcel.com

Hi, I'm Paul Terpeluk, author of the best-selling Excel Shortcut Bible (available on Amazon). I have nearly 20 years of in-the-trenches Excel experience, mainly in corporate Finance, where Excel is a way of life.

Putting this experience to use, I'm now the owner and full-time operator of Faster At Excel -- a web site dedicated to making hard-working people like you Faster At Excel. I'm also a local brick-and-mortar Excel instructor.

I have an MBA in Finance from the University of Michigan, plus a BA and MA in Philosophy from Princeton and Brown University.