Your Personal MS Excel Skills Report (an example report- complete it to get your personal report)
Getting back into work?
Check what has happened to your Excel skills. Update the Excel Skill level shown above by completing the MS Excel Skills Assessment
Virtual MS Excel Training
We have online training.
We have live training.
They are now combined for a virtual, lockdown safe solution.
Learn from a safe distance, but be able to check in and get help from the experts.
The 2 main options are:
Please forward this to your training department and contact us for more information (email request for more info )
Live MS Excel Courses
We are hopeful by June to be able to go back to live training or something similar. So below some details.
- JHB: Advanced Excel- 8-10 June 2020 (See Contents)
- JHB: Fin Mod, budget and forecast- 11-12 June 2020 (See Contents)
- CT: Advanced Excel- 6-8 July 2020 (See Contents)
Virtual MS Excel Consulting
Now, more than ever, you need to work smarter but without massive outlays on software. MS Excel is the solution.
See some of the work we have done
Get 2 minute video clips once per week
Released this week- follow all to keep yourself informed
- Facebook– Fill empty labels with headings in Pivot Table
- Twitter– How to safely delete sheets so there are no REF errors
- Instagram– Merge Cells in Excel
- LinkedIn– IF not equal to in Excel
- YouTube– IF not equal to in Excel
Get your own copy of the Online Intermediate Course
We have heard the president’s request and matched his initiative.
If you want to progress quicker or have these videos available to you forever, please consider buying the course (see the Intermediate course).
Too easy? Look at the Advanced course.
Online Intermediate Course- Week 9 lessons
The lessons will only be available for the next 7 days. The week after, new lessons will be opened and these lessons will be closed so you need to keep up. If you want your friends to also be able to access this, forward this email (see above)
Once you have learnt these tricks, make sure you use them for the rest of the week. It is the best way to cement your knowledge before you learn more.
Reminder if you need to keep the kids busy (while you are learning), we have the tools to create your own treasure hunts for them. Look at the Treasure Hunt Page
How to use
- Download the Excel file via the link below (note this is the only place you can get the Excel file)
- Click on each lesson below and read/ watch while you look at the matching sheet in the spreadsheet (recommend using 2 screens or watch on your phone while you work on your computer)
- Do the exercises where relevant. Make sure you check the solution to make sure you got it right or to understand where you got it wrong.
- NOTE: in the full course each lesson has an MCQ at the end, but this is not available in this series.
- You can get full access to the course the normal way.
Download the Excel file (see below) and if you go to the Intermediate course page, you will see the lessons that are open (they say preview) or else use the links below.
MS Excel Intermediate Online Course- Week 9
- Opening frequent files
- Enter formula into many cells (at the same time)
- The best way to build a formula (wizard)
- See where formulas come from and go to
- Formula auditing examples
- How to use the $ signs
- Shortcut for the $ signs
- $ signs examples (e.g. $A$1)
Next week we will start with using formulas in Excel spreadsheets!
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