Let's be honest, in today's world almost EVERYONE uses Excel, yet very few people are good at it.
Not to forget, nearly EVERY job requires you to have some basic Excel understanding.
If you've never used Excel, use Excel but don't know what a Pivot Table or a Vlookup is then it's time you went back to class! With today's EXCLUSIVE offer you'll get an interactive tutorial that will help you master its powerful capabilities.
This Interactive Excel Training is The Way to Go!
What is Excel Everest?
Excel Everest is the #1 Excel learning tool and is used by companies like Google to train their employees on this intricate piece of software.
Excel in Today's Business World
Knowing Microsoft Excel is essential for both success in the workplace and in everyday life. From budgeting and data analysis to editing text, being an Excel ace will make you MORE efficient in your daily tasks and with your job.
How This Interactive Program Works
This interactive program operates entirely inside a spreadsheet, an environment where the lessons are immediately reinforced by real-life examples and practice scenarios.
Excel Everest Benefits
Entire Excel training takes place inside a spreadsheet.
Excel tutorial walks the user through the course step-by-step.
Engages user to think and complete tasks on the spot.
Hands on approach allows skills to be acquired 2-3 times faster.
Well below the price point of instructors or other Excel trainings.
Covers over 40 key Excel topics and provides over 150 exercises.
Automatic grading allows users to be accountable for their knowledge.
Our Microsoft Excel training offers a ton entertaining exercises and humor.
Excel Everest integrates their entire course inside Excel, which is a leap forward in interactive learning!
Now you can learn these expert Excel skills that will improve the way you organize your work and home life. If you've ever been wanting to master it, there is no better time than the present.
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Excel Everest supports both Windows (2003, 2007, 2010) and Mac (2011) versions