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  1. Advanced Excel Training Gurgaon
  2. Excel-easy–lots of Excel help
  3. Excel Frog –tutorials
  4. Free Excel training
  5. GCF–Learn Free: Excel


12 Responses to Excel

  1. DJ

    GCF LearnFree (this is for 2013 but they have other versions)

  2. Mikkel

    I think this is pretty good too (especially if you’re using Excel 2016): 🙂

  3. Thomas

    Here’s another website with Excel tutorials:

  4. advanceexceltraining

    Excel Next Microsoft Excel courses are designed for those who work regularly with Excel spreadsheets and wish to become familiar with complex functions and features in Excel to reduce their work complexity. Our training method is activity-based to make existing Excel Users comfortable with advanced excel features and commands to increase their productivity. You will learn to use Excel better, faster and more efficiently. Along the way, you will learn how to use various advanced features in Excel so that you can save time and look good in front of your superiors & colleagues.

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  5. lorraine

    There are some great free Excel resources which i think your students will find very beneficial at


    1. An Auto Correcting Excel Workbook that gets students to attempt 7 excel tasks and then generates a report of the student’s Excel Skill levels.

    2. A Free 500 page+ Excel reference guide called “ 625 Excel Questions and Answers”

    3. A Video showing a trained and untrained Excel user doing various excel tasks and how much time can be save by learning Excel.

    I hope they find them useful.

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