The Complete Excel 2013 Course for Beginners: Learn by Doing

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Course Description

Master the Ins and Outs of Microsoft Excel 2013 and Automate Repetitive Tasks

Contents and Overview

The course is designed for individuals and office professionals who need to master the capabilities of Microsoft Excel 2013. The course also includes advanced level training for individuals and professionals who are new to VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and who are seeking practical ways to automate tasks in Microsoft Excel that are performed frequently.

Through 23 hours of video lectures and 3 quizzes, you'll learn the essentials with these 3 popular courses:

  • Excel 2013 Beginning/Intermediate: Create basic spreadsheets and use formulas for tracking expenses.
  • Excel 2013 Advanced: Learn complex formulas and perform data analysis on your organization's revenue and expense patterns.
  • VBA for Excel: Discover how to help automate time-consuming procedures in Excel.

When you complete this course, you'll be well on your way to becoming a master with Microsoft Excel 2013.

This bundle includes:

  1. 23 hours of video tutorials
  2. Over 130 individual video lectures
  3. Exercise files to practice what you've learned
  4. 3 optional quizzes with 100+ test questions
  5. Certificate of completion

Courses included with this Bundle:

Microsoft Excel 2013 Beginners/Intermediate Training

During this 10-hour Online Excel 2013 Training, you'll learn to create Excel spreadsheets with ease. Our expert instructor will show you Excel 2013 features to navigate you through the program. Starting with the basics, you'll discover how to enter and format data in the quickest manner possible. Next you'll be introduced to the power of Excel's functions and formulas to help you calculate data and derive useful information. To help you present it all in a visually appealing format, your instructor will then walk you through how to create sophisticated charts and graphs, and publish them online. Finally, you'll learn to analyze and review worksheets for data discrepancies so you can prevent problems before they arise.

Turn your long lists of numbers into slick, engaging visuals that bring data to life. Whether you need to create budgets, financial projections, invoices, calendars, schedules, or lists, our elaborate Excel 2013 Tutorial will give you the skills you need to stand out at work.

Learn Microsoft Excel 2013 – Advanced

Colorful charts, sleek graphs, and cutting-edge databases that offer insight into financial information are a breeze when you learn the secrets of creating sophisticated spreadsheets in our Learn Excel 2013 – Advanced course. That's because you'll get the tools you need to master Excel's powerful data functions in this information-packed 9-hour video training class.

Your expert instructor will kick the course off by leading you through graph and chart basics. Then, you'll explore Excel's array of detailed formatting tools and discover how to make these work for you when graphing and charting financial information. Next, you'll explore the roles played by trends, relationships, and differences in charts, and how to work with sparklines for data visualization and data bars. The course will also take you through detailed discussions of pivot tables, bubble charts, radar charts, and more.

Essential VBA Training for Excel - Automate Repetitive Tasks

Great for automating repetitive tasks and operations that you perform frequently, VBA is a powerful tool to increase your productivity.

The course is designed for individuals and professionals who are new to VBA and who are seeking practical ways to automate tasks in Microsoft Excel that are performed frequently.

Through 4 hours of video lectures, exercise files, and an optional quiz, you'll learn the essentials you need to know to create powerful macros using VBA for Excel.

Find out how to use the VBA editor, VBA syntax, keywords, and comments.

Discover how to define and manage variables, set up subroutines, and create functions.

Also, find out how to use input boxes and message boxes to interact with end users.

Learn practical methods for using macro errors to improve your VBA code.

When you complete this course, you'll be well on your way to using VBA macros in Excel to help you and others automate tasks and operations performed frequently.

What people are saying:

"I am now a business analyst and I attribute my promotion directly to your courses. I'm much more savvy and confident with Excel. Thanks Simon."- Daniel Venti

"Simon Sez IT is one of the best resources if you are looking for Microsoft Office tutorials."- Top Ten Reviews

"Generally I wouldn't find this type of course all that interesting. However, I have found in my current job search that it is a necessary part of my tech skill set in which to become proficient. So, I'm very appreciative that courses like this are offered, and taught by an extremely knowledgeable instructor, who explains lessons clearly and offers opportunities to practice the theme which he has just gone over. He was thorough, and not in the least bit condescending, which I can't say for instructors I have had in the past. So, thank you."- Mary Price

"This is a fantastic intro to the advanced operations in Excel 2013."- Terril Wright

"This is the one....Simon Sez IT has always been my favorite. Excellent contribution by the author. The lectures are informative and engaging. Style of teaching is enterprising."- Jay Dhruv

"The best beginners course out there. Very easy to follow, throughout and detailed explanation to each function and step shown in the process. Ideal learning curve for the total Excel newbie like me."- Daniel Salwerowicz

"Excellent course. I have some experience with Excel but this course really helped me know the functions available in it and how to use them. The instructor explains the subject very patiently and clearly so the student can follow along and master the details. Production quality was good."- Vikram Hegde

"Excellent course (VBA course). Absolutely helpful course designed to guide you step by step through basic and advanced VBA code. Very well structured. Instructor sounds calm and competent. Easy to follow the course if you take your time. Exercises are challenging and helpful. Can highly recommend taking this course."- Oliver

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Expected Outcomes

  1. Data entry, cell formatting, working with multiple worksheets and the “Ribbon” interface.
  2. Tips for mouse and touch screen users.
  3. Graphs and charts using templates or custom designs.
  4. SkyDrive and other tools for sharing work.
  5. Pivot tables and slicing.
  6. Working with flash fill.
  7. Bonus exercise files.
  8. Working with dates and times
  9. Averages, percentiles, and LINEST functions
  10. Calculating depreciation
  11. Inserting and formatting tables
  12. Sparklines and data bars
  13. Pivot charts
  14. How to automate tasks and operations that you perform frequently.
  15. How to set Excel up for VBA.
  16. General syntax rules, what keywords are, and how to add comments.
  17. What variables are, and how they relate to functions versus methods and subroutines.
  18. How to specify different variables, including arrays, and how to manage them in code
  19. How to use intellitext with variables, particularly those that are defined constants
  20. What functions are, how they are used, and how to stage a scenario to complete
  21. How functions return values
  22. How to use input boxes and message boxes to interact with the user
  23. The intricacies surrounding creating an array formula
  24. How to use the application object to control the user experience
  25. How to use the workbook and worksheet objects and how they function as data containers.
  26. How to use errors to improve your code
  27. How to use the name and names object to manage named ranges
  28. General information about the PivotTable object and basic approaches to utilizing it