Last Updated on July 26, 2023 by GeeksGod
This course is designed for the Excel beginner or the Excel user looking for a refresher. In this course you’ll learn how to work with text and numeric data, create basic Excel functions, build impactful charts, and construct basic PivotTables.
Teachers use it when they need to need compare a student to their peers. So do entrepreneurs, when they’re considering which offering(s) to keep and which to retire. As do scientists, who want to figure out the homogeneity of a dataset.
What am I talking about? Microsoft Excel of course.
The three professions are among the 80 percent of job openings that require spreadsheet and word-processing software skills, according to a study conducted by Burning Glass. Yet so many people never even give Excel a chance because it has an intimidating stigma around it.
The bad news is “technological illiteracy, much less technophobia, is no longer a sustainable option for the modern worker. Effectively, entire segments of the U.S. economy are off-limits to people who don’t have basic digital skills.”
The good news? Well, there’s lots of good news actually Excel can do a lot of work easily and it’s very easy to use
You’ll also learn a variety of tips and tricks to improve your productivity in Excel.Learning Excel is a bit like building a brick wall. Many beginners have a basic foundation – they understand the essentials of spreadsheets. Then they start piling on a few bricks here and there. But as their wall of knowledge is constructed, it’s full of holes. Eventually they hit a point where their wall can’t sustain any more weight and it collapses. What a waste of time!This course takes a step-by-step approach to working with Excel. Each lesson builds upon the previous one, so your wall is solid. So whether you’re looking to do your job better, or if you’re looking to improve your resume, you are in the right place.