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No matter what your skill level is, there's always something new to learn.

We'll start with the absolute basics of Excel, going over the application as a whole, basic terminology that is used, structure, best/standard practices, and slowly go through use cases, examples, formulas, functions, and features that you should know as your skills evolve. 

Suggested Reading Order

Whether you're completely new to Excel or an advanced user, the sections listed below should give you some direction on where to go next. 

Introduction to Excel

For someone brand new to Excel or is looking to freshen up on some basics:

1. What is Excel? - Why should you learn it? What is its purpose and where did it come from?

3. Understanding the Basic Layout of Excel - Learn the basics of how Excel is structured.


Know most of Excel's basic functions but are looking to dive into more specialized tools and features.

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