Learn Microsoft 2016 from the pro’s. In this FREE beginners tutorial for Microsoft 2016 you will learn the basics of Excel 2016, and Tips and Tricks so that you can get the most out of your Excel experience. Our beginner videos start with simple tasks like selecting cells and entering data, then quickly move to calculating data with basic formulas and functions. The intermediate portion shows you how simple it is to sort and filter and then moves to one of Excel’s most popular features, Pivot Tables. Our advanced videos start with functions like IF and VLOOKUP and finish up with Macros.

Some of the other topics in the Microsoft Excel 2016 tutorial include:
Start Screen & Templates, Ribbon & QA Toolbar – Part 1, Ribbon & QA Toolbar – Part 2, Backstage View, Interface, Share Pane, Tell Me, Smart Lookup, Navigating, Keyboard Shortcuts, Entering Text
Formatting Numbers, Deleting & Formatting, AutoSum, Simple Formulas, Simple Functions, Absolute Referencing, Inserting Rows
Inserting Columns, Moving & Copying Data, Autofill, Cell Styles, Worksheet Themes, Excel Templates, Grouping Worksheets, Freeze Panes, Custom Views, Spell Check, Printing, Flash Fill, List Design & Single Level Sorting, Multi-Level Sorting, Custom Sorting, Filtering, Multi-Level Filtering, Search Filtering, Format as Table, Table Style Options, Remove Duplicates, Convert to Range, Subtotal, Multi-Level, Subtotaling, Remove Subtotals, Quick Analysis Charts, Inserting Data Charts, Formatting Data Charts, Chart, Templates, Spark lines, Printing Charts, Importing From Web, MS Query, Exporting Overview, Pivot Tables, Multiple-Field Pivot Tables, Drill Down Reports, Pivot Charts & Grouping Fields, Slicer Tool, Data Validation – Part 1, Data Validation – Part 2, Cell & Sheet Protection, File Encryption, Conditional Formatting, Linking Data, Inserting Comments.. and more

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