These essential Excel lessons are a surefire way to up your professional value.

It’s time to really perfect your Excel skills [Deals]


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With this lesson bundle, you can up your Excel chops and make yourself even more marketable.
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OK, let’s face it: Excel is anything but sexy. But the spreadsheet software is essential to any digital workplace, so it’s well worth knowing how to use it. If you’re looking to boost your skill level with this essential app, take a look at this bundle of lessons from eLearnExcel.

With a lifetime license to eight lesson modules, you’ll learn the ins and outs of one of the most widely used applications in business today. It’s an instant upgrade to your marketability, offering crucial knowledge and even certification. And right now you can get lifetime access to eLearnExcel Microsoft Excel School for a mere $39 at Cult of Mac Deals.

From crunching data to organizing contact information, Excel is the go-to platform for managing data. If you want to be your office’s go-to person for Excel, a lifetime access to eLearnExcel will give you the knowledge you need.

Guided by Microsoft-approved experts, you’ll learn to make create complex formulas easily, crank out reports and analyze raw data more effectively, sort between various information types, and more.

Course content is continually updated, and you’ll even receive an internationally recognized, CPD-certified diploma in Excel 2013 and 2010. And with a lifetime license, you can access eLearnExcel’s coursework any time, whether you need to learn from scratch or just brush up on your skills later.

Buy now: Get a lifetime license to the eLearnExcel Microsoft Excel School for $39 — that’s a massive 96 percent discount.


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