Beginner’s Guide to Excel – Excel Basics Tutorial – [2018 Edition]

Learn how to use Microsoft Excel to refresh your skills or prepare for excel interview in this quick Tutorial.

Learn how to use Excel in 35 minutes starting with this quick overview video and then move to more intermediate features, such as formulas, printing, saving as PDF and document protection. This tutorial is designed it to be a resource for anyone starting to learn Excel or is applying for a job and wants to know how to use Excel and enhance their resume with Excel skills. The tutorial is based on Excel 2016 and all features also work in Excel 2016, 2013, Excel 2010 and 2007.

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Richard Forgione says:

How did you average the last three columns all at once? I followed the steps, but couldn’t get to work on my end


so far this is a very informative tutorial.

Joe Perry says:

I love the way he presents each tutorial. I took a class on excel in Junior College six years ago, but allot as developed since then. The information is extremely helpful.

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