Our blog provides free training in Microsoft Excel tools including Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) using videos on our website.
Here’s a sample of a video to learn how to to recover data from a password protected Excel file whose password we have forgotten using Google Sheets.
Why get training in MS Excel ? Why learning MS-Excel is so important in today’s work and business environment? Microsoft Office Suite is used by nearly every employer, school and university in the world and the more extensive your skills with the application suite, especially Excel spreadsheets, the more attractive a candidate you are when applying for jobs. Businesses often use MS Excel for scheduling, basic accounting, tracking product sales, return on investment and customer data, for example.
Our free MS Excel training materials including videos will help you to understand:
- The Microsoft Excel interface
- Data types like text, numerical, date, time, etc. that can be used and manipulated in MS Excel
- Formulas used to perform calculations and data analysis in Excel
- Functions – inbuilt and custom – in Excel
- Automation of tasks using VBA
Why you should add Excel to your resume
- Almost every industry requires Excel skills
- Excel skills are in demand in Healthcare, IT, business intelligence, computer science, finance, etc.
- Microsoft Excel skills can be applied to most business operations
- You become a more valuable member of the company
And we are sure to guide our visitors from confusion to confidence in Excel/VBA
Both beginners and advanced users of Microsoft Excel can benefit from our training videos. We cover the MS Excel versions 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013. Although features and power of processing in MS Excel have improved with every new version, the basic calculations and formulas remain.
We recommend that you buy a good MS Excel book as a companion to your learning. In case you have any questions, feel free to contact via email or comment on the relevant posts or pages.
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