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Learn statistics. Professor Joseph Schmuller teaches the fundamentals of descriptive statistics and inferential statistics using Microsoft Excel.
Learn how to use statistics concepts and tools (including functions, 3D maps, and ANOVA) to perform data analysis in Microsoft Excel.
Become an Office Specialist by passing the MOS Excel 2013 certification exam. This training covers the five exam objectives—worksheets and workbooks, cells and ranges, formulas and functions, and charts and other objects —and includes a full-length practice test.
Learn how to to enter and organize data, create formulas and functions, build charts and PivotTables, and use other powerful Excel features.
Get started with the Office 365 version of Excel 2016. Learn how to create, format, share, and print workbooks in Excel.
Get started with Excel 2016. Learn how to create, format, share, and print workbooks in Excel.
Learn how to to enter and organize data, create formulas and functions, build charts and PivotTables, and use other powerful Excel 2016 features.
Take this fun and fast 5-day Excel challenge to test your Excel skills.
Use Office shapes and SmartArt to spice up such business docs as presentations, fliers, conceptual graphics, and even Venn diagrams, org charts, and more.
Discover how to work with charts and graphs in Excel, and visualize your data in a new way.
Ensure that everyone can access, use, and benefit from your Microsoft Office documents by implementing these accessibility best practices from David Rivers.
Learn how to create themes that can be used in all Office 2013 apps, and build the themes into templates that lock down content.
Learn how to collect and analyze student data to measure the success of your teaching and address learning gaps.
Keep your Microsoft Office documents secure and private with these tutorials for Office 2007, 2010, 2013, and even Office 365.
Discover the best tips and tricks in Excel 2013, and unleash the real power of this popular, powerful software.
Learn how to clean up your Excel data with a few simple and easy-to-understand functions, commands, and techniques.
Teaches you the fundamental skills you need to work with Excel.
Teaches you the basics of using Excel 2013 to enter and organize data, use functions, and build charts and PivotTables.
Explores the functions, commands, and techniques in Excel that quickly restructure data, remove unwanted characters, convert date data into the desired format, and prepare data for efficient analysis.
These Excel tutorials offer easy-to-use database commands and methods for maintaining an Excel database.
Spells out the design considerations and tools needed for creating a database in Excel.
Walks through the transition from Excel 2003 to Excel 2010.
Excel tutorials that use real-world examples to teach the core features and tools in Excel 2010.
Demonstrates the powerful new features and enhancements to Excel 2010.
Shows how Excel 2010 will be a beneficial upgrade for all users.
Explains the benefits of upgrading from Excel 2003 to 2007 and shows how to make the switch and overcome compatibility issues.
A detailed look at the features and uses of Excel 2007, including how and why to use spreadsheets.
Learn useful formulas, functions, and techniques for enhancing spreadsheets and charts.
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