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In Excel for Mac 2011 Essential Training, author Curt Frye gives a comprehensive overview of Excel, the full-featured spreadsheet software from Microsoft. The course covers key skills such as manipulating workbook and cell data, using functions, automating actions, printing worksheets, and collaborating with others. Exercise files accompany the course.
Thanks again for working through Excel 2011 for Mac Essential Training. I hope you've gotten a lot out of the course. If you want to explore more about Excel, especially Excel on the Mac, then I have a couple of references. There are two courses in the lynda.com Online Training Library that I can highly recommend if you're looking for more information on macros and VBA programming. The first course, Excel 2007 Macros In Depth, is by Dennis Taylor, and it covers macros, and yes, it was created using Excel 2007, which is one of the Windows versions of Microsoft Excel, but pretty much everything that you learn in that course will also translate to the Mac.
The same goes for my course, Excel VBA In Depth. If you're looking to do some programming in Excel 2011 for the Mac, then you can use the techniques in that course. Finally, I'd like to point you to the official Microsoft Office for Mac page, which is at microsoft.com/mac. Thanks again, and I look forward to see you in other lynda.com courses.
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