Give your career a data-driven boost with this $34 Microsoft Excel training bundle


Microsoft Excel is one of the most common tools in any industry.
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These days, most companies are drowning in massive amounts of data — and they’re looking for people who know how to demystify and manipulate it to drive deep business insights. In this environment, knowing how to use Microsoft Excel is essential. In fact, it’s required for 82% of “middle skill” positions.

But if you want to truly stand out for promotions and senior roles, you need to master the more-advanced Excel functions, like VLOOKUP, macros, PivotTables and more. And you can get the skills you need on the cheap with this All-in-One Microsoft Excel Certification Training Bundle.

The 10-course bundle includes 50-plus hours of content that you can always refer back to in case you need a refresher. Taught by highly skilled and experienced online instructors like Andrew Dove, this Excel educational bundle is the perfect resource whether you want to develop a set of niche skills or prep for an important job interview.

You’ll start by mastering introductory topics such as the Excel interface, before moving on to sheets, rows, columns, data types and other advanced topics.

These courses will help you gain a deep understanding of the advanced formulas and functions that transform Excel from a basic spreadsheet program into a dynamic and powerful business analytics tool. They use hands-on, contextual examples to let you practice and develop your newfound skills.

You’ll also learn some of Excel’s most in-demand features, like how to use macros to automate tasks and how to utilize the platform for data modeling using Power Query, Power Pivot and Data Analysis Expressions.

These courses individually earn an impressive 4.3 out of 5 stars and above from student ratings, so you can be confident when demonstrating these skills to future employers. Get the All-In-One Microsoft Excel Certification Training Bundle for $33.99 (regularly $2,000), a savings of 98%.

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