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If you’re like most people working in an office environment, Microsoft Excel is one of the first skills listed on your resume. But, like most people, you probably aren’t quite as proficient in it as you claim to be. It doesn’t take much to have a solid foundation in Excel, but there’s so much you can do, it can feel overwhelming to try to fully master Excel.
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The courses are appropriate for all levels, so you can jump in anywhere that makes the most sense for you. If you’re an absolute beginner, you can get started with Excel 2021, learning the interface, understanding keyboard shortcuts, and getting familiar with conditional formatting. There are also beginner-friendly courses on macros and automation with VBA.
If you’re at an intermediate level, you can start with macros and VBA, explore Excel for business analysts, start studying PowerQuery and Power Pivot, and more. Finally, there are also several advanced courses, teaching you some of the most complicated (but powerful) formulas in Excel, advanced VBA functions, DAX, PivotTables, and much more.
If you want to reach your potential in Excel, the Complete Microsoft Excel Expert Bundle can help you get there. Until October 12, you can get it for just $24.99 as part of our Deal Days promotion.
Prices subject to change.
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