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Learn about the jobs and most valuable certifications available in big data, analytics, and data science.
Learn how to create efficient formulas and use some of the 450+ functions in Excel to tabulate and analyze numerical, date, and text data.
Get simple, powerful tips for making spreadsheet information readable and understandable in Excel 2016. Learn advanced Excel formatting techniques.
Learn about the suite-wide enhancements in Office 2016 and Office 365, as well as program-specific new features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Take this fun and fast 5-day Excel challenge to test your Excel skills.
Cool shortcuts, techniques, and tips for enhanced productivity in Excel for Mac 2011.
Discover how to work with charts and graphs in Excel, and visualize your data in a new way.
Get a new Microsoft Office tip every Tuesday. Take a five-minute break to improve your productivity and efficiency.
Demystifies some of the most challenging of the 300+ formulas and functions in Excel 2011 for the Mac.
Discover how to use Google Sheets to edit spreadsheets and analyze data.
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.
Learn how to perform cluster analysis using Excel.
Get a first look at Google Docs and Google Sheets, the standalone iOS apps for working with Google documents and spreadsheets offline and on the go.
Learn everything you need to get the most from the new features and revised workflows in iWork, including iCloud integration and the new mobile-friendly layouts.
Get simple, powerful tips for making spreadsheet information readable and understandable in Excel 2013.
Learn how to read income statements, cash flow statements, and balance sheets and assess the financial health of your business and your competition.
Present data to your audience in a more visually compelling way with charts in this Excel tutorial.
The 2013 update to our popular series of Excel tutorials demystifies some of the most challenging of the 300+ formulas and functions in Excel and shows how to put them to their best use.
Teaches you the fundamental skills you need to work with Excel.
Take a look at suite-wide enhancements like cloud integration, Touch Mode, PDF editing, and Ribbon customization, as well as individual app improvements added to Office 2013.
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.
Shows Excel 2008 for Mac users how to make the transition to Excel 2011.
Provides formula examples and demystifies some of the nearly 400 functions in Excel.
Walks through the transition from Excel 2003 to Excel 2010.
Demystifies some of the most useful and challenging of the 300+ formulas and functions in Excel and shows how to put them to their best use.
Explains the benefits of upgrading from Excel 2003 to 2007 and shows how to make the switch and overcome compatibility issues.
“It is so enlightening to have the blinders removed, and see the individual parts explained and how they relate to each other.” —Daniel J.
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