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22-11-2019, 05:53

Excel Basics: Anatomy of Spreadsheets and Cell References

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Excel Basics: Anatomy of Spreadsheets and Cell References
$20 | Created by Georg Lasar | Published 11/2019
Duration: 1.5 hours | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44 KHz, 2 Ch | 657 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Sub | 22 Lectures

Learn the real Excel Basics and master cell reference types like a Pro. More than 20 Excercises. Hands-on learning.

What you'll learn
Learn the real Excel Basics
Understand cell reference types in Excel
Understand what the dollar signs mean in Excel
Relative cell references
Absolute cell references
Mixed cell references
Anatomy of spreadsheet
How to avoid mistakes in formulas
Learn to create reliable working formulas
Learn lots of tipps and tricks around Excel
Test your Excel skills in exercises
Microsoft Excel 2007 - 2019/365 (Recommended: Excel 2013 and higher, PC Windows version)
Please note that this course runs on a Windows environment. Mac users are welcome and certainly can transfer their new skills, but the whole user interface differs on Apple Mac environments.
Basic know how in Excel is recommended, but not a must.

With this course you get:

Hands-on introduction to Excel and cell references

Learn directly from a certified Excel Expert

24/7 access to all lessons and project files

Access to course forums to ask questions

Skill tests including complete solution guides

LIFETIME access and all that with a

30 day money-back guarantee!

Presented on the latest Excel version (2019/365)


What to expect from this course:

In this course you will learn the basic structure and functionality of spreadsheet. Essentially, it is about the so-called cell reference types in Microsoft Excel.

If you do not know what the dollar signs in cell references, such as $A$22, stands for, or it happens to you that your formulas stopped working after editing or copying them, then this course is just right for you. This course is for Excel Beginners as well as advanced Excel users who have uncertainties in formulas and cell references.

How is this course structured?

If you start this course now, you will receive a small Excel Crash Course in the next 30 minutes in a slightly different way than you might expect.

You will first take on a small test, which will then be evaluated along some tipps and tricks in a comprehensive solution guide.

After a total of about 60 minutes, you will be familiar with the cell reference types and can take on the challenge to do the final test.

All practice tests in this course evaluate your results right away and you see where you stand right away.

Who is this course made for?

This course is suitable for Excel beginners as well as advanced users. You should definitely take a closer look at this course in case you have never heard of cell reference types in Excel before.

There are waiting more than 20 exercises for you. And if you like, you can download the working files and work in parallel on your own, the entire course, hands-on.

Why I created this Excel course for you:

The reason why I created this course is that even with many experienced users, students and clients, I observed several times, that some of these elementary Excel basics are simply not there. In particular, I see over and over again a lack in the so-called cell reference types in Excel.

The applied cell reference types in Excel are either relative, absolute or mixed cell references. This is a framework used in spreadsheets to refer cell values between cells and perform calculations.

If you deal with more complex calculations, then the wrong application of these reference types can have severe effects on your results. And unfortunately, I have seen many of those mistakes put in practice and would like for you to avoid theses kind of mistakes.

After taking this course you can definetly answer the question "What are these dollar signs in Excel good for" with ease.

Find some of the most important topic areas of this course below:

Hands-on Introduction to the real Excel Basics

Relative cell references

Absolute cell references

Mixed cell references

Practical examples to deepen your knowledge

Test your skills in a final test

This Excel course is a hands-on experience and we will work with several work files to explore the world of cell references and the dollar signs in Excel. You can work in parallel with the provided work files to try everything out, one by one, as I am showing you on my screen.

In a world, where data analytics and Excel as a Software become more and more a demanded skill in businesses, this course is exactly the right place to start learning Microsoft Excel. After this course you are able to master formulas and cell references with high confidence.

I am here to help you leveling up in Excel. So, I am more than happy to welcome you on the other side in my course.


Georg - Certified Microsoft Office Specialist Expert (Excel)


ENROLL NOW and get:

24/7-Access to all lectures and project files

Access to course Q&A forums to ask questions

Skills tests including complete solution guides

More than 20 Excercises

Lifetime access

30 day money-back guarantee!

Tought in the most recent Microsoft Excel version (2019/365)

Compatible with Microsoft Excel 2007-2010 (limited), 2013, 2016 and Excel 2019 or Office 365

Who this course is for:
Anyone who wants to level up their Excel skills
Excel beginners as well as advanced
Users with uncertainties in the creation of Excel formulas
Users who often find Excel formulas stop working after editing
Students who are looking for a hands on learning experience to learn the core Excel Basics

Excel Basics: Anatomy of Spreadsheets and Cell References

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