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In this guide you will find some information about how you can make use of Microsoft Excel. This includes books that are available in Milne Library, video tutorials, and other online resources. Hopefully you will be able to use this guide to either expand your existing Microsoft Excel knowledge or to help you to learn about Excel for the first time. Excel is a very useful tool both for personal and professional purposes.
Online Learning Tools
Microsoft's website has a help center specifically for Excel.
Youtube can be a wonderful resource for Excel help. There are numerous videos and channels devoted to teaching about Excel. There are videos of all different lengths that explain Excel concepts to varying levels of specificity. This means that whether you're looking for a general understanding of a function or you want to know a lot of details about it, there is likely to be a video for your need!
Excel has a lot of very useful and easy to use templates.
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