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StackSocial [stacksocial.com] is having a sale on The Ultimate Microsoft Excel Certification Training Bundle: Lifetime Access for $34.00 - $25.50 w/promo code LEARN75 = $8.50.

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  • Access 80 lectures & 6.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Get downloadable Excel workbooks which you can use to follow along
  • Learn how to install Microsoft Excel & work w/ formulas and functions
  • Calculate w/ the IF Function & apply conditional formatting
  • Use the PMT Function to explore monthly & yearly compounding
  • Use Google Drive to collect data
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Forget Socialstack they are a ripoff.
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Will this teach me how to use excel?
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Will this teach the basics and intermediate use?
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StackSocial rips off Youtube/Lynda content creators.

Support individuals actually making the content and not this rehashed crap.

There's a ton of free tutorials:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1VUZEVuDJ8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwbho0CgEAE
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?...3hvXVUG7C5

I taught myself VBA from Youtube videos and Microsoft's reference pages a few years ago, you can do it.
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Ordered. Stack social has always been fine in my experience and use Excel a ton and tired of referring to wrong google info and youtube videos that branch of into random. Willing to give this a shot for $9. Thanks!
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I think Excel is going away. My company is switching to Tableau
Tab who? Maybe I need to go back to school. I've never heard of it until today.
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Check your local online library. Some have Lynda.com access for free.
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I think Excel is going away. My company is switching to Tableau
Excel is going nowhere. Both can coexist.
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I think Excel is going away. My company is switching to Tableau
You do realize Excel does a lot of things Tableau cannot, right? Right?
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I think Excel is going away. My company is switching to Tableau
Actually Tableau is probably going away (sort of). They were sucked up by Sales Force a couple months ago and may eventually just become part of that larger ecosystem.

Although there is some usage cross-over between the two, not really the same thing. No individual/small business user is gong to chuck Excel for simple spreadsheet needs in favor of setting up Tableau.
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I think Excel is going away. My company is switching to Tableau
Try displaying more than 17 columns of data in Tableau. I'll wait.
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I think Excel is going away. My company is switching to Tableau
I'd bet the farm that excel will be the last man standing.
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Stay away from Stacksocial. Criminals to the core. Please do not support such companies ripping you tube creators work and then asking the same creators to share their revenue. They scum of scum. Why the hell does this have so many upvotes?
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