Excel Formulas and Functions with Excel Formulas Cheat Sheet

Learn Excel formulas and functions from scratch. Download Excel formulas and functions cheat sheet for your daily use.
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70,727 students
Excel Formulas and Functions with Excel Formulas Cheat Sheet
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (3,466 ratings)
70,727 students
Build the foundations of Excel Formulas and Functions from scratch
Use the Subtotal function effectively
Work with Relative, Absolute and Mixed cell references
Use formulas with Excel Tables
Handle Circular References with Excel
Use DATEDIF() and Date related Excel functions with ease

Requirements

  • Microsoft Excel 2013 or Office 2013 installed in the computer
  • Students should have experience with Excel environment
Description

Teaching 11 Courses on Excel and Data Analysis!

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OVER 15,000 successful students have already taken my online courses since November, 2015 with 375 total Reviews!!!

Course Updated:  Nov 01. 2016

Formulas and worksheet functions are the heart of Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. They are essential to manipulating and obtaining useful information and insight from your data.

Without formulas and functions, Excel spreadsheet is simply a fancy word-processing document. Welcome to my Excel Formulas and Functions for Beginners course!

I designed this course for beginner level Excel users. But are you an intermediate level Excel user? Want to have a broader, deeper and in-depth knowledge in building Excel formulas and functions? This course is also for you!

I am Kawser Ahmed, your instructor with this course. I am a full time Excel, Excel VBA and Data Analytics blogger. And I am a corporate Excel trainer in my own country. Monthly more than 15,000 Excel users visit my Excel blog ExcelDemy and read my Excel and data related articles and tutorials.

Let’s discuss now what you will learn from this course.

  1. Operators and Precedence of Operators: I will start from zero and if you don’t know about the operators and precedence of operators that Excel uses in its formulas, then it will be tough for you to decode complex Excel formulas. So I have covered them very details.
  2. How to use built-in Excel functions: Then you will learn how to use built-in excel functions into the formulas using Insert Function and Function Arguments dialog box.
  3. Subtotal Function: You will find many uses of Subtotal function if you are using Excel with your Finance related jobs. So this function is covered in details at the start of the course.
  4. Relative, Absolute and Mixed Cell References: You will work with these three concepts time to time when you will build excel formulas. So, they have got a good time in the course.
  5. Formulas with Tables: Understanding how formulas work with Excel tables is very important. I have used two lectures to cover formulas with tables. In the second lecture, structured referencing with Excel tables has been discussed.  
  6. Circular Referencing: Then you will learn how to handle circular references with Excel formulas, how named cells and ranges work with formulas, and so on.
  7. DATEDIF() and Date related Excel Functions: And I will finish this course with DATEDIF () and other Date related Excel functions!

I am assuring you that what you will learn in this crash course is priceless. I designed this course keeping in mind, to give you a solid base in Excel formulas and function. Thanks for watching. Enjoy the course!

Who this course is for:
  • Any person can take this course who use Excel
  • If you're beginner, you will find it very useful
  • If you're expert, you will see Excel Formulas in new ways
Course content
7 sections • 38 lectures • 3h 38m total length
  • 0101 Welcome to the Course!
    02:32
  • Download Course Resources from Here
    00:13
  • Excel Formulas Cheat Sheet [Download]
    00:22
  • How to Get Support and Instantly Contact Me
    00:32
  • 0201 Operators Used in Formulas and How to Build Basic Formulas
    10:28
  • 0202 Operator Precedence in Formulas
    09:31
  • 0203 How Built in Excel Functions Make Your Job Easier
    07:17
  • 0204 Inserting Functions into Formulas Effectively
    09:40
  • 0205 Relative Cell References - Using Relative Cell References to Copy Formulas
    05:23
  • 0301 Subtotal Function - Using Subtotal Function Effectively
    06:56
  • 0302 Using Formulas in Tables - Summarizing and Referencing Data in a Table
    12:44
  • 0303 Using Structured References in Excel Tables
    08:31
  • 0304 Displaying All the Formulas on a Worksheet
    03:04
  • 0305 Handling Circular References
    03:23
  • 0306 Using Named Cells and Ranges in the Formulas
    07:48
  • 0307 Using Names for Constants & Formulas & Applying Names to Existing Reference
    08:01
  • 0308 Union and Intersection of Ranges
    05:28
  • 0309 Some Tips on How to Work with Formulas
    03:38
  • 0401 DATEDIF(...) Function - A Useful Function
    10:06
  • 0402 Date Manipulation Functions
    09:18
  • 0403 WEEKDAY(...) Function: Use of WEEKDAY(...) Function
    03:38
  • 0501 SUM(...) Function - The Most Useful Function in Excel
    07:51
  • 0502 Mathematical Functions: Average(), Max() and Min()
    06:54
  • 0503 Mathematical Functions: INT(), MOD(), ROUND(), RAND(), and RANDBETWEEN()
    07:09
  • 0504 Count Functions in Excel
    03:17
  • 0505 Learn About 3-D Reference in Excel
    07:06
  • 0601 Using the IF(...) Function
    07:54
  • 0602 Using IF(...) & IFERROR(...) function to Hide Excel Errors
    06:05
  • 0603 LEFT(...), RIGHT(...), MID(...), LEN(...) and FIND(...) Functions
    06:59
  • 0604 Concatenating Text Using CONCATENATE(...) Function and Ampersand Operator
    04:14
  • 0605 Using TEXT(...) Function to Manipulate Numbers
    04:55
  • 0606 REPT(...) Function - Using REPT(...) Function to Make a Histogram
    06:44
  • 0607 Use of Rank Functions to Calculate Placings
    07:44
  • 0608 OR(...) Function: Using OR(...) Function
    03:06
  • 0609 ISTEXT(...) Function: Using ISTEXT(...) Function
    02:48
  • 0610 ROW(...) and COLUMN(...) Functions
    01:52
  • 0611 INDIRECT(...) - Creating a Dependent Drop Down List in Excel
    04:34
  • Bonus Lecture: A Special Offer for You!
    01:13

Instructor
Founder ExcelDemy.com | Data Analyst
Kawser Ahmed
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 7,834 Reviews
  • 131,353 Students
  • 11 Courses

Love to see you here.

I am Kawser Ahmed, father of two beautiful angels (Marissa and Arissa), a full-time data analysis blogger (using Excel & other tools), corporate Excel trainer, & entrepreneur.

I love to make courses in the combination of both theory and practice.

Monthly 30,000 Excel users visit my Excel blog ExcelDemy (follow the website link in the profile).

I love to learn and teach (teaching from my eighteen)!

Visit my blog.

You will find plenty of useful posts, articles, video tutorials, and important Excel resources.

What I love most is: add some value to people around me, believe me.

Here are some of my working areas:

1. Corporate Budgeting, Planning & Forecasting

2. Mission-critical financial processes

3. Month-end close processes

4. Big Data Analysis using Excel

5. Company Reports (Sales, Marketing, Administrative)

6. Large Projects using Excel VBA

7. Dashboard Design using Excel

8. And Basic Accounting


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