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Hi and welcome! My name is Tolan and I'm the Co-Founder of ProductivityMe.
Microsoft Excel is an amazing application. Over the last 30 years, it has become the industry standard for manipulating, organizing, storing, and analyzing data in a tabular form.
Whether you work in a non-profits, a start-up, a fortune 500 firm, or even government, you’re bound to come across needing to know Microsoft Excel, at least a little bit, a some point in your career.
Working in the consulting industry, I’ve come to acknowledge the importance of Microsoft Excel. For many of us, becoming better at Microsoft Excel isn’t a choice… it’s a NECESSITY!
Learning how to use the program as efficiently and effectively as possible, can save you minutes, even hours per task!
What would you do with another 10, 20, 50 hours per month?
In this short, easy-to-follow course, we’ll cover ten of Excel’s most relevant, job-related shortcuts. These shortcuts may be simple, but they are super useful!
Then, in section three of the course, we’ll apply all ten Excel keyboard shortcuts to a real-world example.
So with that, let’s get started!
Click the green “Take This Course” button today, and stop wasting your time in Microsoft Excel.
Tolan & Ryan
The ProductivityMe Co-Founders
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|Section 1: Getting Started with this Course|
Introduction to CoursePreview
|Section 2: Ten Critical Job-Related Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Excel|
#1: Open a Workbook (Ctrl + O)Preview
#2: Copy a Worksheet ( Alt + E + M)Preview
#3: Insert a Row (Ctrl + Shift + =)
#4: Select a Row (Shift +Spacebar)
#5: Copy Selected Cells (Ctrl + C)
#6: Paste Content from the Clipboard (Ctrl + V)
#7: Enter Data and Moving Right (Tab)
#8: Forma Cells t Dialog Box (Ctrl + 1)
#9: Edit the Active Cell (F2)
#10: Use the Save-As Feature (F12)
|Section 3: Applying Excel Shortcuts to Real-World Example (Consulting Firm Example)|
Real-World Example (PDF with Directions)
Real-World Example (Downloadable Excel Files)
Keyboard Shortcuts in Action (Applying All Ten Shortcuts to Real-World Example)
|Section 4: Supplementary Example ("Excel Consulting Experts LLC")|
Supplementary Example (PDF with Directions)
Supplementary Example (Downloadable Excel Files- Before and After)
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ProductivityMe Co-founder & Lead Udemy Instructor
Tolan went to the University of Arizona. He graduated summa cuma laude in the top 1% of his class with a Bachelor’s of Science Administration in Finance & Entrepreneurship and a Bachelor’s of Arts in French & East Asian Studies.
Tolan has worked at a top-tier economic consulting firm, specializing in Energy Deals and Financial Litigation.
Fun Facts about Tolan:
Tolan is the oldest of 3 children. He loves to travel.
Tolan has lived in Paris, New York, London, Beijing, Hangzhou, and Casablanca.
Odd fact? Tolan’s left leg is 5mm shorter than his right.
If Tolan had a year off, he’d learn a fourth language- maybe Portuguese, Spanish, or Hindi.
ProductivityMe Co-founder & Udemy Instructor
Ryan graduated summa cuma laude in the top 3% of his class with a Bachelor’s of Science Administration in Management Information Systems & Entrepreneurship.
Ryan has worked in non-profits as well as in Enterprise Management Software. He has worked as a consultant, as a tutor, even a bit in retail!
Fun Facts about Ryan:
Ryan is the younger of 2 children. Though he travels a lot for work, Ryan thinks of Tucson as home.
Ryan loves to write. Short-stories and essays are mostly his passion, but Ryan has even started screenplays, just for kicks!
If Ryan had a year off, he’d probably learn to code. That or start (another) company. Who knows, maybe he’d even do both!