What was the secrets there? Discover it here by following the free online Excel tutorials below!
Have you ever think…
If you’ve been asked to enter data in Microsoft Excel, but you’ve never worked with Excel.
Where and how to begin? Or perhaps you have worked in Excel a time or two, but you still not very sure how to enter formulas, edit data, add and delete extra columns and rows, etc…
Then, this free online Excel tutorials can let you learn the skills you need, quickly and with little fuss.
Microsoft Office Excel – A popular program that allows you to create and edit spreadsheets. Spreadsheets are designed to work well with numbers but often include text. You store data in Excel columns and rows that can then be organized and/or processed.
We can’t deny the power of Microsoft Word rich features but every program has their own purpose! Some of the task that is difficult to perform in Word can be achieve easily using MS Excel and vice versa. So…
With the numerous features available in MS Excel, you can use it widely. Some of them are:
- Creating invoice, purchase order, DO, etc
- Presenting data in different types of chart formats!
- Get the latest prices for stocks, percentage change in stock value, etc.
- Calculate a loan due date or how many days you have been alive?
- And lots more…
What is so different when you use the spreadsheet to create the material above?
Those materials can have a ‘build-in calculator’ that will automatically calculate the figure based on the pre-set formula with 100% accuracy. This is the biggest advantage of computer spreadsheet compare with manual when dealing with figures.
Thanks to the powerful Excel feature – Formulas and Functions! …and you can learn it in the online Excel tutorials and training below.
If you have used the correct functions and formulas within the spreadsheet, the computer automatically re-calculate the end values. Not only that…
It’s important to represent your data in graphical or chart format instead of all figures. What are the advantages of using chart or graph?
- One picture worth a thousand words
- Easy to make comparison, see the differences
With Excel, you can create different types of graph easily from the data in the spreadsheet. To tell the truth, you can transfer the intended data to produce the graph/chart with just few mouse clicks!
Still not convince, then I can show you exactly how to do it with the Excel tutorials and training below!
From the graph produced, you can change the chart text color, size, position,etc so it can really achieve the objective to make the comparison.
This feature is extremely important when deal with lots of data…maybe few hundreds or even thousand records. You need to create a database to store all the data. For example, you wish to record all the books that have been purchased. You may record the book title, quantity, date purchased, price, supplier, etc.
With so many records, you still can easily add, delete, edit, filter and sort the data according to your needs. For example, in a sales company database, you can find the top 10 salesman at ease.
Of course this is just some of the features of Excel. To learn more about Microsoft Excel, see the full index of Excel tutorials below.
Microsoft Excel Tutorials & Training Links
Note: The tutorial links will be update soon!
Topic 1: Getting Started with Microsoft Excel 2003
Topic 2: Start Exploring Excel 2003
Topic 3: Copy and Paste VS Cut and Paste
Topic 4: Formatting Excel data according to your needs
Topic 5: Using the Excel Formulas and Functions
Topic 6: Step-by-step guide to represent data in Chart
Topic 7: What you can do with the Templates and Styles?
Topic 8: How Excel macro can Automate your complex tasks?
Topic 9: Protecting Excel worksheets with Password
Topic 10: Proper settings involves to Print the Worksheet
Topic 11: How to get any Excel related problems SOLVED?
Topic 12: How Microsoft Office Assistant can really help You?
Topic 13: Discover What You Can do with Excel Conditional Formatting
Topic 14: How to Install, Remove and Get Free Excel Add-in?
Topic 15: Discover the Full Potential of Excel IF( ) Function
Topic 16: Using the Excel CHOOSE( ) Function
Topic 17: How to Use the Excel DATE( ) Function Correctly?
Topic 18: Step-by-step guide to create an Excel Pie Chart
Topic 19: Using the Excel Paste Special Feature Effectively
Topic 20: What you can do with Excel AND( ) Function?
Topic 21: Find the minimum value using Excel MIN( ) Function
Topic 22: Use Excel MAX( ) Function to Find the Largest Number in a List
Topic 23: Using COUNT( ) Function in Excel
Topic 24: The AVERAGE( ) Function Can use to Calculate…
Topic 25: Use the Excel OR( ) Function Correctly
Topic 26: Using Excel RAND( ) Function to Generate Random Numbers
Topic 27: Discover the Excel Automatic Calculation Capability!
Topic 28: Copying Excel Worksheet from one Workbook to Another
Topic 29: Multi-users working on the same worksheet at the same time?
Topic 30: How to Create the Excel Drop Down List Menu?
Topic 31: Knowing the Excel Date and Time Functions!
Topic 32: Adding and Customizing Excel Comments
Topic 33: Discover the Amazing Power of Excel 2003 Data Analysis Tools!
Topic 34: Changing and Customizing the Excel 2003 Styles
Topic 35: Use the Excel SUMIF Function Correctly!
Topic 36: Excel Text Concatenation: How to Join Multiple Cells Together?
Topic 37: Visual Basic Editor – Getting Started to Know the Excel VBA Feature
Topic 38: How to Use Goal Seek in Excel? (Real-Life Example Demonstrations)
Topic 39: Demonstration of Using Scenario Manager in Excel 2003
Topic 40: Guide on Using Solver in Excel 2003
In a nutshell, after you learn Microsoft Excel tutorials, you can confidently create spreadsheets and analyze data with charts and graphs. You can easily change any particular piece of data in it. If you have used the correct functions and formulas within the spreadsheet, the computer will automatically re-calculate the end values.
I hope that this series of Excel tutorials can really help you to learn Excel skills faster.