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When you're heads-down in data, you might not want to waste time poking around the internet to figure out how to deal with a tricky task. With the free Excel video tutorials app, you can launch how-to videos right from the Ribbon in Excel.
These are the same free Excel 2013 video training courses that you can already watch online, except now you can launch and watch them without leaving your worksheet. They cover a wide range of topics, from creating your first worksheet to working with PivotTables. And we're always adding more.
To install the app:
1. View the app in the Office Store and click Add. (You'll need your Microsoft account for this part.)
2. Open Excel 2013.
3. Click Insert Apps for Office
4. In the Apps for Office list, select Excel video tutorials and click Insert.
You'll now see the app in your worksheet:
In the app, you can search for task-specific videos using the search box in the top-right corner. Videos typically last from two to five minutes, so you'll be sure to get the answers to your questions quickly.
Or, click Browse all Excel tutorials to see the full list of in-depth video tutorials and find deeper instruction about how to use Excel features to get your work done. Each tutorial contains two to five videos.
User tip: You can move the app anywhere in your worksheet so that you can watch videos and see your data at the same time. Just move your mouse cursor to the edge of the app until you see the four-headed arrow, then drag the app to where you want it.
Use this app, and you'll be a click or two away from getting the video help you need when you need it!
--Lisa Holland Smith, Senior Content Publisher for Office training and Matthew Hosek, Senior Content Developer on the Office Products Experience Team (OPE)
P.S. This is just one of many apps you can install to add new capabilities to Excel. Check out the complete selection of apps for Excel.
is it possibile to use Office.js in order to filter data (NOT select data) on a table or manage data binds towards other objects in the Sheet(s) such as charts, pivot, etc...? I'd like to develop an app but I have never seen a sample yet like this....
PS: may be it is possibile to filter data only via Excel Services API...in this case, why only for it?
This article was very interesting and helpful.
Hello, here is a brief description of the German Excel 2013 video tutorial app. www.excel-inside.de/.../907-video-tutorials-fuer-excel-2013