Excel Formulas Training Kit – Beginner Level
Stop watching videos, start learning by doing. Practice SUM, COUNT and many more excel formulas. Test your Excel skills.
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You should be using Excel for business and personal purposes, aren’t you? Actually, the question should be “Do you benefit from all Excel features?”
The major feature that Excel provides us is Excel Formulas & Functions. Do not ever forget that if you start repeating the same action in Excel, there should be an Excel formula designed to solve your specific issue.
We’ve prepared Excel Formulas Training Kit for Beginner Level, for the ones who want to learn the milestones of Excel Formulas.
Beginner Level Kit involves 10 sections and around 30 questions:
|1. Basic Math Operators||6. Date Functions|
|2. SUM Function||7. LEN Function|
|3. COUNT Function||8. COUNTA Function|
|4. AVERAGE Function||9. ROUND Function|
|5. MAX and MIN Functions||10. SUMPRODUCT Function|
In order to give you an idea about our Excel formulas training kits, we’re offering a
Trial Version for FREE!
TRAIN YOURSELF & PRACTICE YOURSELF!
- Clear instructions and web links are included so that the user is able to learn the functions by himself/herself which he/she doesn’t know already.
- Questions are to the point and quite well prepared in terms of functionality. Tested so many times with professional users.
- Multi-language formulas supported.
Excel Formulas Trainer – Beginner Features:
- Unique product for testing and training purposes
- 10 sections with 30 questions
- Nice design and easy to use navigation
- Nice dashboard with progress meters
- Multi-language formulas supported
- Clear on sheet instructions (with turn on/off function)
- Full Print Ready
- Includes web links for a detailed explanation for all functions
- Includes VBA code and macros (Don’t forget to enable macros when you start)
- Compatible with Excel 2010 and later
Time to test your Excel skills in Excel itself! Good Luck!
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