Udemy - Excel Course: Better Excel In 2 hours
MP4 | Video: 1200x720 | 99 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 2 Hours | 300 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Microsoft Excel 2013 tips course. Work faster after taking this Excel course on Udemy.
Want to know how to stop one Excel workbook from crashing another Excel workbook?
Forgotten your password to your worksheet? Want to know how to still access the sheet and copy it out?
Want to know what those Excel error messages mean? And how to fix them?
Want to know a quick and easy way to resize all your comments in your spreadsheet?
Our Udemy Microsoft Excel course will teach you all this and more to help you work smarter not longer in Microsoft Excel.
These tips are proven and tried and will work! Microsoft Excel is used worldwide and in almost every organisation.
Learning Excel skills will help you increase your chances of a salary raise and give you better career prospects. This course will help you get there.
Step by step we guide you in performing each tip. Perfect for those who have limited time.
As with all our Udemy Excel courses by us (Mach 42 Productions), support is provided via the discussion forums and all workbooks are provided.
You won't be disappointed. I look forward to seeing you on the other side.
What are the requirements?
Willingness to learn
A working knowledge of Excel is assumed
Excel 2013. Most topics covered are backwards compatible with earlier versions of Excel. Those topics specific for Excel 2013 are indicated in the section/lecture titles.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 30 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
Ability to apply these tips to their Excel work regardless of the industry or topic it is in
Be able to prevent one Excel workbook from crashing another
Retrieve your protected sheets even if you have forgotten your own password
Resize Excel comments using VBA
Search in Excel by colour
Understand Excel error messages
What is the target audience?
Users who have a working knowledge of Excel are suitable for this course
Anyone who has ever dealt with large Excel workbooks which are calculation heavy
Users who use Excel frequently but want to know ways to speed up their work
Analysts wanting to improve the time it takes to perform calculations
Undergraduates and postgraduates who have Excel heavy work and need tips to shorten their time spent on coursework
Anyone who has ever forgotten a password to their worksheet or has experienced an Excel workbook crashing!