- Email or Ebook Course -

How to Use Microsoft Excel Like a Pro Quickly and Easily Even If
You Think It's Too Complicated.

Why This Course is So Great...


If you're new to Excel, you'll learn all about the tools, how it's set up, the terminology, how to customize it to make it perfect for your needs, and more.


If you already use Excel, you'll learn some of the more advanced techniques relating to formulas, charts, pivot tables, data tables, sparklines, and more.


Our course is designed to get to the important points quickly and easily, so you don't have to spend hours watching boring videos or learning things that aren't useful. You get 7 daily emails in this course, or you can opt to purchase the eBook version and get the whole course in one easy-to-access file.


Most of the Excel courses online feature a lot of videos that make you sit through long descriptions before they even get to the "how to" part.  It's time consuming, and the useful, actual instructional parts make up just a small portion of the whole course. With our email course, you can easily and quickly skip to the parts you want to learn about, and skip the things that don't matter to you.

What You’ll Get

Our email course comes straight to your inbox every day for 7 days. Each lesson is designed to take up no more than 30 minutes of your day.  We get to the point and make sure you can follow along and use it immediately.

We cover 40 topics over the entire course, providing you with all the information you need to be able to open up Excel and do whatever you want with it quickly, easily, and efficiently.

If you don't have Excel, we include some information on where to get it inexpensively without having to subscribe to MS Office 365 or purchase the latest (most expensive) version.

Don't be Left Behind: Get the Become a Pro at Microsoft Excel Course Today!

What You'll Learn...

  • Basic Worksheet Info
  • A Few Quick Tips on How to Format Your Worksheets
  • Formula Basics
  • The AutoSum Function
  • Get to Know the Operators
  • Results of Various Formulas
  • Order of Operations
  • How To Use the Insert Function Box
  • Arguments
  • Copying Formulas
  • How to Give Cells and Ranges Names
  • How to Name a Formula
  • When Your Formula Doesn’t Work: Errors
  • Using Date and Time Formulas
  • Data List Basics
  • Often-Used Features of the Data List
  • Filtering and Querying Your Data List
  • Using Database Functions
  • Charting Basics
  • Using the Design Tab on Your Chart
  • How to Choose the Right Chart Type
  • How to Add Graphics to Your Worksheet
  • Using What-if Scenarios with Data Tables
  • Using Data Tables: A Single-Variable What-If Analysis
  • Performing a What-If Analysis on Two Variables Using a Data Table
  • How to Use the Scenario Manager
  • How to Protect a Worksheet
  • Conditional Formatting
  • How to Use Pre-Defined Presets for Conditional Formatting
  • How to Set the Rules for Conditional Formatting
  • How to Use Goal Seek
  • How and When to Use the Solver
  • Solver Example
  • How to Insert Sparklines
  • Designing Your Sparklines
  • What Are Pivot Tables?
  • How to Create a Data Table
  • How to Slice Pivot Table Data
  • Connect Your Slicer to Another Pivot Table
  • How to Create a Pivot Chart


There's nothing worse than buying something only to find out later that it's not what you wanted. Then you discover that you can't get your money back. We want you to learn without having to worry about that, so we offer a full refund if you're not completely satisfied.  Our refund policy differs according to which product you purchase, so be sure to read the details here.


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