Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet and analysis program developed by Microsoft. Excel can be run on both Windows and Mac platforms. Each version of Excel can "look and feel" completely different from another.
Our tutorial will start with the basics of Excel such as how to deal with cells, rows, and columns. Then we will move to the more advanced topics such as sheets, hyperlinks, and pivot tables.
With this tutorial, you should be on your way to becoming proficient in Excel.
There are no prequisities for these Excel tutorials. You should be able to easily understand and learn the basic concepts of Excel as you progress to the more advanced topics.
Now, let's get started!
Or jump directly to a topic in Excel:
|Cells||Cells in spreadsheets|
|Rows||Rows in spreadsheets|
|Columns||Columns in spreadsheets|
|Sheets||Sheets in spreadsheets|
|Hyperlinks||Hyperlinks in cells|
|Pivot Tables||Pivot Tables in spreadsheets|
|Charts||Charts in spreadsheets|
|Macros||Macros in spreadsheets|
|Workbooks||Workbooks (ie: Excel files)|
|WS - Alphabetical||Worksheet (WS) functions - Listed alphabetically|
|WS - Category||Worksheet (WS) functions - Listed by category|
|VBA - Alphabetical||VBA functions - Listed alphabetically|
|VBA - Category||VBA functions - Listed by category|
|ALL - Alphabetical||All Excel functions - Listed alphabetically|
|ALL - Category||All Excel functions - Listed by category|
|Array Formulas||Array formulas in Excel|
|Filters/Sorting||Filtering and sorting data in Excel|
|Question & Answer||Various questions and answers|
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