To completely get to grips with any edition of Microsoft Excel (2003, 2007, 2010) we recommend an Excel training course. We offer both beginners and advanced courses and can also tailor a course to your requirements. Please ring us on 01273622272 to discuss the availability of courses. However, sometimes you just need a quick fix or you may have forgotten how to do something you’ve learnt in the past. For that there are a number of online tutorial sites that provide quick how to’s to help you out in a squeeze.
Here are our favourite 5 Microsoft Excel Tutorial Sites:
What could be better than tutorials from the creators of Excel, Microsoft? Their site features guides for all Office products including edition specific tutorials. There is such a wealth of information it can be easy to become lost in the mix of easy and advanced tips so it’s best to search for exactly what you’re looking for.
2. Mr Excel
MrExcel.com has a large bank of Excel resources with articles on everything from Drawing Objects in Excel to VBA for Excel and profession-centric Excel tutorials. Interestingly, there is a list of add-ins for Excel which are great for customising your Excel experience while making Excel more fun.
While there are fewer tutorials on this site than the others on our list, they are all videos! This is very helpful when you want to be shown exactly how to do something step by step but don’t have an Excel expert present.
Tutorialized allows contributors to upload their own tutorials which are then rated by users. This allows you to sort the 15 pages of tutorials by user rating to make sure you’re not wasting time with a dud! Many of the tutorials also include video, making them even more useful.
Hopefully if you’re on this site you realise how useful our content is! If not then here are a list of some of our best tutorials:
- Use Excel to plan your NYE party
- Create a pivot table
- Change the function of a pivot table
- Find duplicate and unique content
- How to use conditional formatting
- How to embed Excel tables into Word
Have a look round the site for more tutorials and if you can’t find what you’re looking for please let us know and we will product a tutorial for it!