Excel: Top 10 Tips to Become Better in Excel

Leila Gharani, Excel Instructor, Business Consultant

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12 Lessons (2h 3m)
    • 1. What You Will Learn

      2:40
    • 2. Tip 1 - Use Keyboard Shortcuts

      9:08
    • 3. Tip 2/1 - Master the Simpler Tasks

      18:12
    • 4. Tip 2/2 - Master the Simpler Tasks

      9:11
    • 5. Tip 3 - Quickly Navigate Larger Files

      11:23
    • 6. Tip 4 - Inspect Workbooks Before Distributing

      9:47
    • 7. Tip 5 - Use Protection Appropriately

      16:24
    • 8. Tip 6 - Import Text, CSV & Web Data Properly

      11:15
    • 9. Tip 7 - Audit & Debug Formulas

      6:19
    • 10. Tip 8 - Customized Number Formatting Tricks

      17:10
    • 11. Tip 9 - Solve Problems With Goal Seek

      6:11
    • 12. Tip 10 - Speed up Your Excel Files

      5:29
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19 of 19 students recommend this class
Well presented. Great information for creating better workbooks, more efficiently.
Fantastic!
Excellent. I've been using Excel a long while but still have so much to learn...and unlearn! Thanks, Leila, this is chock full of good techniques. Love the last lecture.