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- Discover and quickly tap into the astonishing, jaw-dropping power of Microsoft Excel! (You can tame it in a short afternoon!)
- How to look and feel like a math wizard—even if you flunked math at school. (That’s what Excel is really for!)
- How to quickly ease your mind into the wonderful world of Excel. (So you can immediately begin to take advantage of it—even if you are a complete rookie)
- Amazing powerful shortcuts that make all the difference in the world for those who want to seriously get productive in Excel.
- How to instantly make sense out of the mysterious universe of Excel formulas and functions. (The "myst" will start clearing soon!)
- A dirty little secret of that arrogant computer geek from the next-door cubicle. (HINT: He does not know everything!)
- Simple yet powerful tips and tricks to save you tons of time—you’ll smile to yourself every time you use them.
- How to "tickle" your creative side to solve everyday Excel-workflow problems better than you ever dreamed possible.
- How to start having fun at work when you're actually getting stuff done. (HINT: It feels delightful!)
- You must have an open mind so you are able and willing to learn what I am about to teach you!
- You must have basic computing skills snugly under your belt. (So you are ready to proceed to the higher level)
- You must have Excel installed on your computer because you'll need to practice what you'll learn
Do you want to learn Excel fast?
If the answer is “yes,” I have a good news for you!
It’s absolutely possible to jump right in and learn Excel fast! Extremely fast!
I know, you may not immediately believe me. After all, Excel is a very complex application with tons of mysterious functionality hiding deep under the surface. It has a confusing labyrinth of secrets lurking inside. And, frankly, it feels very nerdy.
If you’re like my other smart students who had tried to conquer it “intuitively” and hit a snag, you probably already know how confusing it can be.
Well... that’s exactly why I’m suggesting that you take this course.
I believe it will help you gently ease your mind into the powerful world of Microsoft Excel. So you can finally begin to create beautiful spreadsheets. The best part: you don’t have to work hard to reveal its secrets.
In fact, you can be ready to do wonderful pro-level things with Excel in less than five enjoyable hours that you’ll spend with this course—even if you’re a total rookie and have never opened your mind to conquering it before right now.
In this easy-to-follow training you begin to discover the amazing power that lies hidden inside your Excel—which you can learn to harness and leverage for your own professional and personal advantage if you choose.
I’ll show you how you can immediately tap into that power with ease and have lots of fun playing with it any time you choose as well.
I also guarantee that a wealth of pleasantly valuable discoveries awaits you inside. This course is not simply a goldmine of crystal-clear instruction. It’s your self-paced program to learn the most important Excel tools and techniques step-by-step—without confusion.
In other words, it’s a collection of the most important fresh-out-of mint gold bars that you can stash in you professional tool box.
Here’s just a handful of what you are getting in this course...
How to tap into the astonishing, jaw-dropping power of Microsoft Excel! (You can tame it in a short afternoon!)
How to quickly ease your mind into the wonderful world of Excel. (So you can immediately begin to take advantage of it—even if you are a complete rookie)
Amazing powerful shortcuts that make all the difference in the world for those who want to seriously get productive in Excel.
How to instantly make sense out of the mysterious universe of Excel formulas and functions. (The "myst" will start clearing soon!)
A dirty little secret of that arrogant computer geek from the next-door cubicle. (HINT: He does not know everything!)
Simple yet powerful tips and tricks to save you tons of time—you’ll smile to yourself every time you use them.
How to stimulate your creative side to solve everyday Excel-workflow problems better than you ever dreamed possible.
How to look and feel like a math wizard—even if you flunked math at school. (That’s what Excel is really for!)
How to start having fun at work when you're actually getting stuff done. (HINT: It feels delightful!)
Which Excel functions are absolutely crucial to master right away! (They are "written in blood" in some job descriptions.)
- You want a quick way to ease your mind into Excel. So you can get exactly what you want from it. (Even if you’ve never set foot in it before)
- You feel that you learn better with crystal-clear explanations. (So that not only you but even a child could understand it)
- You enjoy learning face-to-face—when you can see your teacher, not just hear them.
- You would like to proudly smile to yourself after talking to those Excel geeks because you finally feel you completely understand them.
- You believe it’s time to catapult your Excel skill to a higher orbit. (But you prefer that I gently guide you there step by step)
- You would like to discover astonishing shortcuts that might save you tons of time and effort. (Even if you are a complete rookie)
- Which Excel functions are absolutely crucial to master at once! (They are "written in blood" in some job descriptions.)
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We begin our Excel tutorial with a quick overview of the Excel user interface.
What are the best ways to enter data in Excel? Here we acquire some important points regarding data entry in Excel.
How to use Fill Series in Excel? Acquire a full understanding of how the fill-handle works in Excel and learn the ways it can help you do what you want.
Let's learn some important tips on how to select data in Excel and how to move around an Excel spreadsheet.
If Excel formulas make Excel powerful and useful, Excel Functions make these formulas powerful and useful. Excel Functions are pre-built formulas that serve as building blocks of your creativity. We use Excel functions in formulas. It is very important to understand how Excel functions work. In this lecture you will learn to use Excel functions and will go through several examples.
Excel cell references are the most fundamental Excel concept. Cell References in a formula are called the holy grail of Excel. In this lecture you will learn about Excel relative and absolute references and about how to use them in Excel formulas. It is important to become comfortable with them.
Here we learn the so-called Excel Text functions. It is a category of Excel functions . These functions make it easy to manipulate data in Excel in a variety of useful ways. For example, how can I change case in Excel? You use Text Category of Functions. UPPER, LOWER, PROPER - these are examples of Excel Text Functions.
In this lecture you will learn how to use Excel NOW and Excel TODAY functions. It is a quick basic tutorial on these useful functions. These are examples of Excel functions that do not require any arguments to return a result. There are plenty of such functions in Excel. Their purpose is to provide automatically up-datable result that you can use in Excel formulas.
Björn Már Sveinbjörnsson, one of your fellow students in this course, posed a question: How can we take a series of numbers in Excel and count all of the ones that are greater than 5 and less than or equal to 10. There are many ways to do it in Excel. Here you learn how to do it with the Excel IF function, the AND Function, and the SUM function.
VLOOKUP in Excel is one of the most important and widely used functions. This section is a VLOOKUP tutorial. This lecture is an introduction to VLOOKUP Excel Function. You will learn how to use it and will get a good idea of how VLOOKUP Function is working and not working in Excel.