Udemy - Excel for Complete Beginners - Fun Easy Lessons
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 60 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 2 Hours | 241 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
A guide to Excel for total beginners, showing you how to create and format basic spreadsheets.
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One of my first students, Rick, messaged me to say "I thought it was outstanding! It was extremely easy to follow and hit on some critical key points for a beginner."
You should join this active course - I am extremely responsive inside the course answering questions from students and helping them learn Excel. I look forward to working with you, as well.
The course will gently lead a total beginner through all the steps to create and format a basic spreadsheet.
It will demystify a lot of jargon, and also provide some killer tips that will save a lot of time, and wow your boss.
The course assumes no prior knowledge. Each lesson builds on the previous one. So it is designed for you to start at the beginnning and work your way through. However if you prefer, you can jump around and just do the lessons you want.
In the later lessons I have provided before and after spreadsheets. You do not need to download these, but they are available for your use if you want to.
I have also given a quiz at the end of each section so that you can test if you have absorbed all the lessons properly.
What are the requirements?
You must have a working version of Excel. I will be using Excel 2013 running on a PC, but if you have a different version it will probably mostly be very similar.
You will need to know how to load Excel on your device
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 21 lectures and 1 hour of content!
Create basic Excel spreadsheets
Understand basic Excel jargon
Navigate quickly with mouse and keyboard
Open and save files in different locations and formats
Understand what the ribbon and quick access toolbar are
How to enter data and add totals
How to format a table beautifully and easily
How to take full control over formatting
How to copy and different ways to paste
What is the target audience?
It is meant for complete beginners with no Excel knowledge
It is NOT for people who already know how to create basic Excel spreadsheets