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Excel Everest: Free Demo Course

Excel Everest: Free Demo Course

Excel Everest: Free Demo Course   Excel Everest is an entirely different way to learn Excel. No, really. The whole Excel Everest experience takes place inside a giant interactive Excel workbook (called Excel Everest) that brings users step-by-step through 41+ business-critical topics, 160+ interactive, auto-graded exercises, and there's a scoreboard to measure progress along the way.   If you'd like to give it a try ahead of purchasing the real course, test out our demos through this free course!   Who is Excel Everest for?    Your orgnization or employees may be a fit for Excel Everest if:  You need a comprehensive Excel training that covers all the essential business Excel skills, and with unlimited access and upgrades.  You need a training that covers all of your versioning needs, on both Mac & PC, including for Excel 2003, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2016  You realize that the best way to learn a complicated program like Excel is not by watching videos, but by going through exercises right there in an Excel document.  You'd like to use the same Excel training for your organization that companies like Google and Eventbrite use for their employees.  You want accountability, and a way to measure not if someone has watched a video, but if someone has completed the skill right there in Excel.    What is the concept behind Excel Everest?    The entire concept behind Excel Everest is that you can learn by doing. As you go through this course, you'll be guided on how to download the Excel Everest workbook. When you open it up, you'll see an index page with a set of 21 buttons that link you to the various areas of the workbook. And in each topic area, you'll:    Learn why a specific concept is important, especially for being successful in a corporation  Grasp the details on the topic through written explanations Go through a set of interactive Excersies that are categorized according to difficulty (easy, medium, and hard)   Best of all, as you complete these exercises, they're graded, so you can easily keep track of your progress through the course, see which topics you've made the most progress on, and earn badgeds for certain milestones.    What are the outcomes you should expect?    As a user, if you go through Excel Everest, you'll be able to go from knowing nothing (for those who need it, we cover the absolute basics), to a deep understanding of all of the business critical aspects of Excel. In no time, you'll have your colleagues asking you to teach them how to do a VLookup or set up a Pivot Table on their behalf.    As a training manager, you'll finally have a training system that provides interactivity, accountability, and a bit of fun along the way. Even small Excel errors can cost organizations an enormous amount of time, and even worse, inaccurate data can get reported up the chain and used for key business decisions. If you have limited training dollars to spend, you should put them toward Excel. An error in PowerPoint or Word doesn't result in catestrophic business outcomes. Excel Everest will help train on what matters most.  

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Excel Everest: Interactive, Comprehensive Excel Training

Excel Everest: Interactive, Comprehensive Excel Training   Excel Everest is an entirely different way to learn Excel. No, really. The whole Excel Everest experience takes place inside a giant interactive Excel workbook (called Excel Everest) that brings users step-by-step through 41+ business-critical topics, 160+ interactive, auto-graded exercises, and there's a scoreboard to measure progress along the way. Oh, and what Excel training would be complete without a dancing bear? (click "the fun button" once you're in Excel Everest). If helpful, watch a video overview of Excel Everest.    Who is Excel Everest for?    Your orgnization or employees may be a fit for Excel Everest if:  You need a comprehensive Excel training that covers all the essential business Excel skills, and with unlimited access and upgrades.  You need a training that covers all of your versioning needs, on both Mac & PC, including for Excel 2003, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2016  You realize that the best way to learn a complicated program like Excel is not by watching videos, but by going through exercises right there in an Excel document.  You'd like to use the same Excel training for your organization that companies like Google and Eventbrite use for their employees.  You want accountability, and a way to measure not if someone has watched a video, but if someone has completed the skill right there in Excel.    What is the concept behind Excel Everest?    The entire concept behind Excel Everest is that you can learn by doing. As you go through this course, you'll be guided on how to download the Excel Everest workbook. When you open it up, you'll see an index page with a set of 21 buttons that link you to the various areas of the workbook. And in each topic area, you'll:    Learn why a specific concept is important, especially for being successful in a corporation  Grasp the details on the topic through written explanations Go through a set of interactive Excersies that are categorized according to difficulty (easy, medium, and hard)   Best of all, as you complete these exercises, they're graded, so you can easily keep track of your progress through the course, see which topics you've made the most progress on, and earn badgeds for certain milestones.    What are the outcomes you should expect?    As a user, if you go through Excel Everest, you'll be able to go from knowing nothing (for those who need it, we cover the absolute basics), to a deep understanding of all of the business critical aspects of Excel. In no time, you'll have your colleagues asking you to teach them how to do a VLookup or set up a Pivot Table on their behalf.    As a training manager, you'll finally have a training system that provides interactivity, accountability, and a bit of fun along the way. Even small Excel errors can cost organizations an enormous amount of time, and even worse, inaccurate data can get reported up the chain and used for key business decisions. If you have limited training dollars to spend, you should put them toward Excel. An error in PowerPoint or Word doesn't result in catestrophic business outcomes. Excel Everest will help train on what matters most.  

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$159.00
Office 2010 New Features Course

Office 2010 New Features Course

This course covers those features of Microsoft Office 2010 that are new to the Office system, with dedicated units for the new features of each application. In Word, students will learn to use the Navigation pane and apply new text effects. In Excel they will use sparklines, filter data with slicers, and create a PivotChart. In PowerPoint they will organize slides into sections, edit movie clips, apply animation effects, and learn how to broadcast slide shows. In Outlook they will manage e-mail conversations, create Quick Steps, and use the People Pane. In Access, they will learn how to use the tabbed document window, create Lookup list fields, and use the data type gallery. In addition, students will learn about ribbon customization and Backstage view, and save a file as a PDF. Learn New Features in Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook Prerequisites: Basic computer skills Video Length: 246 Minutes

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$30.00
Excel 2010 VBA Course

Excel 2010 VBA Course

This course introduces you to Excel macro programming using Microsoft's Visual Basic for Application (VBA). The overall focus of this course is to teach you proper Visual Basic programming techniques along with an understanding of Excel's object structure. Other topics in this course include; recording macros, programming basics, proper variable declaration, Visual Basic functions, control structure use, looping, and Userform creation. The final section deals with the debugging tools included in the Microsoft VBA editor and methods on how to effectively use them. Instructor: Tim Miles Prerequisites: Advanced Excel Experience Video Length: 307 Minutes

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$30.00
Excel 2010 Advanced Course

Excel 2010 Advanced Course

This course delves into a variety of topics beyond the basics. You will learn how to use a wide range of financial, logical, text, and statistical functions; analyze data with the scenario manager; apply conditional formatting; and use the new Sparkline feature. Database management, PivotTables, PivotCharts and Slicers are covered in detail, as well as importing and exporting Excel data between applications. Instructor: Lisa Miles Prerequisites: Excel 2010 Intermediate or Equivalent Experience Video Length: 186 Minutes

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$30.00
Excel 2010 Intermediate Course

Excel 2010 Intermediate Course

In this course you will learn how to use multiple worksheets and workbooks efficiently. You will also learn how to create outlines and subtotals, how to create and apply cell names, and how to create and format charts. You will work with templates, collaborate in workbooks and use the drawing tools to enhance and annotate spreadsheets. Instructor: Pam Conway Prerequisites: Excel 2010 Introduction or Equivalent Experience Video Length: 221 Minutes

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$30.00
Excel 2010 Introduction Course

Excel 2010 Introduction Course

This course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of Excel. Specifically you will understand how to create, save, enter data and print spreadsheets in addition to learning how to create formulas and use functions to calculate in Excel. You will learn how to format spreadsheets, manipulate columns and rows, add headers and footers and use page setup options to prepare them for printing. You will also learn how to handle large worksheets or multiple workbooks). Instructor: Pam Conway Prerequisites: Basic Computer Experience Video Length: 230 Minutes

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$30.00