Join Joshua Rischin for an in-depth discussion in this video Conclusion, part of Learning Excel for the web (Office 365/Microsoft 365).
- [Joshua] Thank you so much for watching this course. What you have learned is just the start of Excel Online's powerful features. Now, Microsoft are releasing new features all the time, so I strongly suggest that you keep abreast of what's changing in this space. The one resource I recommend for this is to become part of Microsoft's Office Insider program. By joining this program, you'll become an integral part of this growing collaborative community. And better yet, you'll get early access to all the new features before everyone else does. To help reinforce your learnings from this course, I strongly suggest you try creating a new Excel Online file from scratch. Copy in some data from another source, create a chart using this data, and then finally, try sharing the file with a friend or colleague. Lastly, I encourage you to connect with me on LinkedIn. I'd love to hear your feedback on this course. Thanks again for joining me on this LinkedIn learning journey.
Note: This course is for users who know the basics of the Excel desktop app, but are new to the web version, Excel Online. It emphasizes features that work differently in Excel Online. For basic Excel guidance, please see Excel Essential Training (Office 365) or Learning Excel 2019.
- Using Excel Online shortcuts
- Customizing your view
- Integrating the desktop version of Excel
- Sharing workbooks in Excel Online and OneDrive
- Inserting and reviewing comments
- Creating and editing charts
- Working with PivotTables and PivotCharts