Excel Webinars - Easy Excel Training

Calculating Your Data - 8/19/2020, 9:00 AM PST

Write Formulas That Make You Genius Like.
Before we can learn how to build formulas in Excel, we better remember some basic math. Like, the Order of Operations.
People work for years in Excel and faint when I introduce them them to their new friend, F4.
Join us, let's learn some fundamentals of formula building and formulate your success!

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Building Your Worksheet - 8/07/2020 - 54 MINUTES

Learn how to tame the "World's Most Dangerous Program."
Come on now! There's the "I'm building good worksheets, and figuring it out along the way" Excel user. Then there is the "I love Excel" power user. Which one are you? Most users are self taught, the Excel power users have wisely used their time to get some BASIC skills and crush their learning curve.

Follow along with this workbook.

Elements of the Excel Screen - Click This Do What? - 7/29/2020

Elements of the Excel Screen - Click This Do What?
To be great at Excel, you have to be confident about where you are clicking on the screen. It takes years off your learning curve when you can navigate Excel with ease.

After this 38-minute session, you will have the confidence you need to start winning at Excel!  

Follow along with this worksheet.

Excel PivotTable - 7/15/2020

Excel PivotTable - The Filter On Steroids - Summarize, Visualize, Analyze! 
The PivotTable is a great tool that makes it easy for you to summarize large amounts of data into a dynamic and easily modified report.
In this webinar we learned what a PivotTable is, how to make one, and some Power Tips and Tricks.

Here is the spreadsheet we used, so that you can follow along.

Easy Excel Macros - 6/24/2020

What is a MACRO?
A macro is a recording of a set of steps that you can run as many times as you want. When you create a macro, you are recording your mouse clicks and keystrokes. After you create a macro, you can edit it to make minor changes to the way it works, and create buttons and shortcuts to run it.

Follow along with this spreadsheet. It is the one used to record two macros.