Learning to spreadsheet

I’m currently learning (well, re-learning to be more precise) how to use Microsoft Excel.

I’ve found my daily tasks, both professional and at home, could benefit from being a bit more proficient in everyone’s favourite spreadsheet software, Microsoft Excel.

Also, here’s the current sitch in the workplace:

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This journey started when I found myself watching several YouTube videos after searching for “how to *insert intermediate MS Excel task*”and came across this one:

But I quickly discovered I’m somewhere between a beginner and intermediate, so i need a but more of a customised training solution to get me where I want to be.
Insert: Excel Dimensions. Excel Dimensions is an onsite Microsoft Excel training provider that offers Australia wide training in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Darwin, and Hobart.  
I contacted them and explained my predicament.

Thankfully (oh god I’m so grateful), they explained that they offer customised courses for beginners, intermediates users and advanced Excel gurus. So I was able to pick out the topics we needed to cover beforehand and learn exactly what I needed and nothing I didn’t

Does this mean I’m now a Microsoft Excel expert?
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But it does make my life a lot easier! I no longer sit at my desk Googling “how to x in Excel” because its imprinted into my brain 😀

The post “Learning to spreadsheet” was originally posted on http://www.corelmag.com/2018/07/learning-to-spreadsheet.html

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Author: Corel Magaletta

Hi! I’m Corel, I’m in my 30s (you do not need to know which one) and I have a husband, J and two kids: Miss 3 and Master 6. We live in sunny Newcastle, a two hour drive north of a city you might know called Sydney and love spending time baking biscuits and playing in the waves at Merewether. I work full time and am building my own business on the side, so between that and raising two energetic kids, I enjoy any downtime I can muster with bubble baths, regular date nights with J and reflecting about life on this here blog.

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