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If you have been working in an office for some time in the last 30 years, chances are that you will be at least familiar with Microsoft Excel – that ubiquitous piece of software that can be found at the heart of businesses ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 conglomerates.

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With six courses and more than 100 lessons, this bundle teaches you how to take advantage of the more advanced and much-needed elements of Microsoft Excel.

You learn how to create compelling visual presentations that break down complex data analyzes, how to collect and work with large data sets, how to create automations that can dramatically shorten your working time, how to create number formulas and more – all through instructions that use practical examples.

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Prices are subject to change.

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