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Put down the calculator! Toss those piles of printouts and receipts! Microsoft Excel can streamline your life. Whether you're looking to give your career a bump with a new business skill or digitize your house budget, Excel is the perfect place to start. Practically every business uses it, and you’ll soon see why.
Maybe you've tried Excel before, but only used the basics. Maybe you're totally intimidated by its "commands" and rows and rows of cells (it makes us dizzy, too). But this Microsoft Excel Training Bundle is designed to make using Excel easier than your smartphone. Plus, it only costs $34, and you can take the courses from your couch!
The training includes six courses and more than 30 hours of instruction starting from the basics and working its way to some pretty advanced stuff. The good news is you can stop at any time when you need a break, and you can always rewind to a previous lesson for a refresher. You'll actually get lifetime access to all the coursework, so you can revisit it anytime!
Once you get the hang of it, you'll realize how handy Excel can be for some of the most common household tasks. Add up rows and rows of expenses in an instant (take that, calculator!) and even break down your budget into spending by category with a few clicks. Basically, things you once had to do manually can now be done automatically.
No matter what you do for a living, understanding the ins and outs of Microsoft Excel can be an amazing not-so-secret weapon. You'll even get a certificate when you're done with the training, which looks great on a resume.
Find out for yourself with the Excel Training Bundle, now just $34—96 percent off the retail value of $945.
Prices are subject to change.
Shop it: The Ultimate Microsoft Excel Certification Training Bundle, $34 (was $945), Yahoo Lifestyle Shop
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