Easy To Use! Microsoft Excel Edition

Easy To Use! Microsoft Excel Edition

Anthony Walsh

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    Apple
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    Productivity

  • Country

    Israel

  • Language

    Hebrew

  • Last update

    December 03, 2014

  • Current version

    2.1

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    0.0

Easy To Use! Microsoft Excel Edition

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Easy To Use! Microsoft Excel Edition

Anthony Walsh

  • Store

    Apple
  • Category

    Productivity

  • Country

    Israel

  • Language

    Hebrew

  • Last update

    December 03, 2014

  • Current version

    2.1

  • Avg ratings

    0.0

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Microsoft Excel is the most widely used and popular spreadsheet application used the World over.

It has hundreds of features and functions designed to make your life easy but these take a while to master and remember!

This app with it's 465 Easy to follow video lessons is designed to quickly get you up to speed.

The app has many brilliant features that put you in complete control of your learning experience:
*Change the name of the lesson
*Change the lesson description
*Add and maintain your own set of notes for each lesson
*Give each lesson a rating
*Advanced search will help you find your desired lesson
*Move lessons between groups
*Move lessons up and down the group
*Maintain a set of favourites

Lessons are far too numerous to list but include:
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 00 of 12 - Introduction
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 01 of 12 - Excel Interface 1
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 02 of 12 - Excel Interface 2
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 03 of 12 - Excel Interface 3
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 04 of 12 - Excel Interface 4
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 05 of 12 - Entering Data
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 06 of 12 - Editing Data
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 07 of 12 - Formatting 1
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 08 of 12 - Formatting 2
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 09 of 12 - Basic Math 1
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 10 of 12 - Basic Math 2
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 11 of 12 - Save Load Print
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial - Part 12 of 12 - Review
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 1 - Overview Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 2 - Enter Edit Text and Numbers Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 3 - Calculation Basics Formulas Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 4 - AutoSum Function Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 5 - Functions AVERAGE MAX MIN COUNT Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 6 - Number Formats Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 7 - Formatting Worksheets Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 8 - Conditional Formatting Pt1 Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 9 - Conditional Formatting Pt2 Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 10 - Charts Pt1 Microsoft Excel
Excel 2010 Tutorial For Beginners 11 - Charts Pt2 Pie Chart Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 1 - Overview
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 2 - Get Started
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 3 - Calculations Formulas
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 4 - Functions Formulas
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 5 - Number Formats
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 6 - Formatting Pt1
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 7 - Formatting Pt2
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 8 - Formatting Pt3
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 9 - Charts Pt1
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 10 - Charts Pt2
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 11 - Charts Pt3
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 12 - Printing
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 13 - Updating Calculations
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 14 - Percentages and Absolute References
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 14 Pt2 - Conditional Format Update Percentages
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 15 - Percentages - More Examples
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 16 - Using The IF Function
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 17 - Using Nested IF Functions
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 18 - Nested IF Functions Pt2
Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners 19 - COUNTIF and SUMIF Functions

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