Whether you are starting from square one or aspiring to become an absolute Excel power user, you have come to the right place. In this three part series you will get hands on experience and learn to use over 50 Excel formulas you can begin using immediately!
The main goal in this training series is to increase your awareness of the top tools and formulas in Excel to help you solve complex problems You will not believe how you can work smarter and more efficiently, and even speed up processes, all while saving time by learning a few formulas in Excel. Users are not aware of what they do not know. This series will fill that gap.
Why learn it?
You will be taught through hands on, contextual examples designed to showcase why these formulas are awesome and how they can be applied in a number of ways.
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