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Introduction

My Excel “journey” started way back in 1995. Since then, I’ve been using Excel almost daily, (excepting legal holidays, of course πŸ™‚ ); over this time, I have gained a broad knowledge base and advanced my expertise in Excel by developing more and more complex Excel applications for my clients as well as for my own use.

The Excel Learning Journey that I propose for you, is structured in such a way as to offer you the most practical way to learn Excel, free.

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You can master Excel, that is a fact, if you dedicate enough time and effort to learning and mastering the basic fundamental concepts. Everyone wants to be the Excel Superstar in their office, right? πŸ™‚

Spreadsheets have become a fundamental and integral part of the workplace, not only scientific, but in the business world as well. Those who are capable of mastering the different aspects of Excel can insure they have a bright and prosperous future.

First time, all I knew about Excel is how to open it… but i was so sure I can do more than that πŸ™‚

At first, it was curiosity… Then, curiosity turned into ambition… Now, it became an extraordinary way to help other people and to pay the bills…

All my experience has been gained through self learning, using online resources and countless hours of research and hard work.

I appreciate and am indebted to all the free help I received along my Excel journey, and I am now most willing to share my knowledge with you.

There are many things that you have to take into consideration when building an Excel application.

To begin with, you need a good and fundamental understanding of the Excel environment and the built – in functionalities that Excel has. This knowledge base will help you build flexible, solid Excel applications, which will save you a lot of time.

There is a dark side of building Excel applications: If the application is not carefully thought-out and designed, a poorly designed application may make you lose money, and this is not a desirable outcome.

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Chapter 1: General Knowledge

In chapter 1, you will find the most useful things you need to know about the Excel environment and techniques, including:

#Chapter 1: General KnowledgeIntroduction
1.1How to work with Excel Input ModesRead All Posts
1.2How to work with Excel RangesRead All Posts
1.3How to work with Excel Defined NamesRead All Posts
1.4How to work with Excel Cell References(Link – Coming soon…)

 

Chapter 2: Excel Functions

In chapter 2, you will find the most useful things you need to know about Excel Functions, including:

#Chapter 2: Excel FunctionsIntroduction To Functions
2.1Working with FormulasRead All Posts
2.2Date And Time Functions(Link – Coming soon…)
2.3Information Functions(Link – Coming soon…)
2.4Logical Functions(Link – Coming soon…)
2.5Lookup and Reference Functions(Link – Coming soon…)
2.6Math and Trigonometry Functions(Link – Coming soon…)
2.7Text FunctionsRead All Posts

Chapter 3: Excel Defined Tables

In chapter 3, you will find the most useful things you need to know about Excel Defined Tables, including:

#Chapter 3: Excel Defined TablesIntroduction To Defined Tables
3.1Excel Table ComponentsRead All Posts
3.2Selecting Table ComponentsRead All Posts
3.3Formula References in Tables(Link – Coming soon…)

Chapter 4: Excel Pivot Tables

In chapter 4, you will find the most useful things you need to know about Excel Pivot Tables, including:

#Chapter 4: Excel Pivot TablesLinks
4.1Excel Pivot Tables Overview(Link – Coming soon…)
4.2Pivot Table Fields(Link – Coming soon…)
4.3Report Layout(Link – Coming soon…)

 

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Cheers,

Catalin

 

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