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Become a number-crunching master with this complete Excel bootcamp

Take the stress out of spreadsheets with these four courses.

Feb 29, 2020, 8:41 am*



Christine Burkson

Most jobs require the use of spreadsheets. These four courses should take the stress out of number-crunching.

While you could easily lose your mind trying to figure out how Excel works, the Ultimate All-Level Excel Bootcamp offers an easier way. It provides a complete guide to using Excel, starting from the absolute basics, and working all the way up to clever stuff like pivot tables and conditional formatting. It might just save your sanity. At 85 percent off, it will definitely save you money.

The bootcamp kicks off with the Microsoft Excel Course, which covers the fundamentals of Excel in around 12 hours. This includes instruction on key functions such as sorting and filtering, along with tutorials on creating simple graphs and charts.

The Advanced Microsoft Excel Course takes things up a notch, introducing complex graphs and automated spreadsheets. The video lessons also look at how to convert raw data into insightful figures with PivotTable and PowerPivot. This section offers 160 tutorials in all.

Course three is Business Analysis, which focuses on using Excel to produce valuable insights. This includes collecting, analyzing, and forecasting data, and there are 60 professional spreadsheet models to work through. This section takes around 20 hours and includes instruction on how to present your data.

Finally, the Pivot Table Course is all about making sense of large data sets. It shows you how to filter, sort, and group your data, and clearly present your findings using PivotCharts and conditional formatting.

The bootcamp totals 69 hours of content, and it is currently available for $35 via the Daily Dot Store. Along with concise video lessons, the course comes with practice spreadsheets, and you get an accredited certificate of completion to add to your resume. Grab it now, and save 85 percent off the usual price for the courses.

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*First Published: Apr 14, 2016, 1:25 pm