I am not from the younger information age, but am a business person anxious to learn how to use Excel. I have intermediate computer skills, but find most explanations to be impossible to understand. Can anyone suggest an easier way?
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If you are starting Excel from scratch I recommend reading "Teach Yourself VISUALLY Excel 2007 by Nancy Muir." (also available in previous versions of Excel) This book clearly gives one concept at a time with drawings. It was extremely helpful to me because it is so straightforward. 'Best of luck, enjoy !!
thanks for the input
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Microsoft itself has a series of tutorials on Excel which are just right for beginners. You will see them mentioned as Get to Know Excel 2007. Here's the link to the first one whic shows you how to create a workbook.
If you like tutorials in the video format, here's YouTube to the rescue with Microsoft Excel Tutorial for Beginners
About.com also has a series of tutorials for beginners. Check them out here.
The public library usually is a good resource for this as well. Most offer classes at least a few times a year, and there are plenty of teach yourself books on just about every Microsoft product out there.
which version of Excel do you have?
Here is a very basic Excel Tutorial that explains the lingo and basic principles: http://people.usd.edu/~bwjames/tut/excel/
For Microsoft Office Excel 2007, I recommend this tutorial: http://www.functionx.com/excel/