A Free Resource to Learn MS Excel — 5 Comments

  1. Thank you!  I’ve been s-l-o-w-l-y and painfully learning Excel and this is the most helpful resource I’ve seen.  So many other tutorials assume you’ve used it before.

  2. I took an Excel class years ago….but if you don’t use it, you lose it.  Thank you!

  3. Thank you. This is very helpful. I was trying to refresh my skills on GCF Learn Free (dot) com. which is also good but didn’t get to the meat of issues quick enough. Though it does allow interaction, I found it boring and time consuming. For people who like feedback though it does provide tests at the end of a lesson. When I started it would track the classes you took and provide proof in the form of a certificate. They no longer provide that service, not even to purchase. In Michigan, it was used by the State Employment agencies to prepare people for placement.

    I like this one a lot more and the guy explaining the spreadsheet is easy to listen to.

    Thank you, Jack. I am inspired by you.


  4. Quick shout out that Google Sheets operates just like Excel and is free. Once you learn Excel, head over to Google and use their Google Sheets across any android and PC platform.

    Using Google Drive, I can access my budget, lifelong debt plan, etc anywhere from the Cloud, as well, work on it in the Cloud. You can even access it offline.

  5. Another youtube channel that had courses and videos on basic to advices excel skills and tips is Excel is Fun;

    The guy teaches college classes online and has made them all available on youtube. You can search topics or functions to get a quick review on how to do something or you can watch his basic of excel class and download examples files that follow the classes.