Mike Lange, a MS Excel-certified Australian IT trainer, has extensive experience in Information Technology in South Australian education. He currently also holds Level IV Certification in Information Technology and has worked for many years in Network Management, Access Database Design and Distance Education in South Australia as both a consulting private contractor and on-site staff IT manager. Mike is also ranked in the top 5% of all Excel experts on Elance and his time is currently split between teaching Excel and enjoying the fine wines of South Australia.
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158 HD Excel 2013 Lessons
OneHourExcel’s new HD Excel 2013 video training course will have you up and running with Microsoft’s latest version of Excel in no time.
Choose exactly which functions and features you need to learn about and get help from our certified Excel expert Mike Lange within the course.
Watch over-the-shoulder of Mike as he simply explains and demonstrates each important function, feature and shortcut with this new Excel.
You do NOT need to have any previous experience with Excel as Mike will take you through from Beginner or Basic through to Intermediate levels of Excel 2013 proficiency.
Your super-friendly Excel 2013 instructor Mike takes you through all 13 Sections of the course with 158 HD Videos:
At the end of the course, you will receive your Certificate of Completion and can ask Mike any follow up questions if you get stuck with Excel 2013.
For a beginner's review, it was great, and everything was explained well enough to begin an understanding of excel usage.
Can't wait for the advanced course
Straight forward and easy to follow. A test at the end would have been nice though.
I do have some basic experience with previous versions of Excel and I bought this course because I need to implement more complex tasks with it in my new job and because I am totally confused with the new interface of Excel. The course saved me a lot of time trying to find where did Microsoft put the old feature in the new interface and how to perform some rarely used functions. Already saved me (5 minutes before I had to send those analysis something didn't work because Microsoft moved it to a completely different place) Definitely recommended. Time and trouble saver.