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In early May, we told you about the new video series Excel Skills Builder in our post "Take the first step in growing your Excel skills." In that post, we announced the launch of lesson 1. Well, we've finally finished the rest of the lessons, and wanted to share this great resource with you!
As a reminder, the skills builder is a video series that comprises short (typically under 5 minutes each) videos that give you an overview of a task or feature in Excel. The videos are grouped so that you can build on the basics and move from the simple to the more complex. It's a great way to learn about new features and tasks in Excel. And you can even track your progress through each lesson. If you come back later to finish the lesson, you know where you stopped. In the example below, I've watched all the videos, so a check mark appears for each video, and my Learning Progress bar is full. Very handy.
Lesson 1: Moving from lists to tables, includes the following topics:
new Lesson 2: Visual Analysis - from numbers to pictures, includes the following topics:
new Lesson 3: Collaboration and sharing, includes the following topics:
new Lesson 4: Automation, macros and reporting, includes the following topics:
At the end of each video, you'll get links to more information on the task, so you can dig deeper if you have the time or inclination.
We hope you find these videos useful! And check out our blog post on our eight best tutorials on Excel charts.
More info on Excel charts:
Combining Chart Types, Adding a Second Axis Create a chart from start to finishGo beyond the basic chart type Can't find the Chart Wizard? No worries Use sparklines to show data trendsLine or scatter chart?Format column sparkline charts using the date axis and cell merging
Which video editing tool is Judi Hurlock using in her excellent Excel 2010 videos? I like the transition heading frames between subtopics, and especially the red call-outs. Is that Camtasia at work, or something else?
This excel training is very appropriate for me since I also want to learn more about excel. I also need this in my work. Advance lesson is important..
Well, the videos are always a good training source, but what about taking it further? I mean - like embedding the course inside the spreadsheet. I will gladly add that we've already done that on Excel Everest (yes yes, I know it sound a bit like advertising, but I really think it's just worth a try by every Excel user). We've basically done the whole, interactive Excel training inside example sheets, with direct feedback for the person training.
You can, of course, check it out on our site with our fun, video Excel training at: http://www.exceleverest.com.