Excel Quick Tips

Ever need to do something quickly in Excel? Watch my Top 10 Excel tips to learn the shortcuts Excel Professionals use...

Existing Excel users know everything they need to do their jobs – most of the time. But most people are self-taught, or learn what they need from a colleague, and so often don’t know the best ways of using this sophisticated and complex software.

If this sound like you, you’re in the right place! I have been training people in all walks of life to use Excel for over 30 years, so I know a bit about it.

Top 10 Excel Tips

In this short video tutorial series I cover my Top 10 favourite tips for using Excel smarter – best practices, if you like, but with

  • No new formulas
  • No complicated functions
  • No books
  • No writing

You might have been using Excel for years, but there are some things you would NEVER discover on your own. But when you learn how to do them they will make the most dramatic impact on your work.

Things like:

  • Adding up columns of figures in one go (yes, any number!)
  • Formatting 2 decimal places, currency or percentages with a single keystroke
  • Adding and updating a chart – so easy you will fall over in amazement!
  • Super-fast navigation, whatever the size of your worksheet
  • Fantastic formatting hacks to make your spreadsheets pop!
  • Making Excel fill in lists for you – lists you tell it to make!

No Risk

It doesn’t matter whether you are new to Excel or have been using it for years, I am so confident that you will find these tips so useful and your work so much quicker that I will give you every penny back during the next 30 days if you are not thrilled. So go ahead - click Take This Course right now and start becoming awesome at Excel!

Intended Audience: Existing Excel users, Small business owners, Secretaries, Bookeepers, Students, Business people

Inserting the Date and Time
Adding a Chart in one keystroke
Updating a chart
Quick Formatting Hacks
AutoSum Shortcut
Super Fast Navigation
Cell Styles
Adding a Custom List
AutoCalculate
Using AutoCorrect as a Shortcut

What's included

  • 10 Video Lessons

  • Works on all devices
  • Certificate of completion

David Millard

Instructor