This is a Crash Course Microsoft Excel 2013 Tutorial for Beginners. By the end of this 4 video Excel course you should have a decent understand of the most common and basic Excel functions. In this video we should you how to do basic math formulas in Excel, we introduce you to some data entry techniques and teach you formatting and how to make basic charts. By following along this Excel 2013 Crash Course you should be familiar with how to navigate and perform the most common Excel functions.
This tutorial also works for Microsoft Excel 2007, Excel 2010 and Excel 2013 however there are some features such as Recommended charts that the older versions of excel don't have.
Follow the link below for another basic Excel tutorial for beginners
Follow this link for and Excel 2013 Tutorial on Formulas and Functions
Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVhuyY-tRvM
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgxUAGobviA
Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdVKAx9AfbI
Part 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8hxIVR2RAE
perfect, exactly what i was looking for. All the other tutorials are like 1hr long with a bunch of talking. I think that would be more for people who don't know excel at all. For me i was just look for a refreshing and these video's 1-4 were perfect. Thanks bud.
Hi, I am looking how to set up in excel a running total with subtractions. Ex: $25,000.00 - $200.00 = $24,800.00 and then ( - ) minus $300.00 = $24,500.00. How do I set that up with continuous running total for every amount deducted? Pls reply. Thx. JD
Hubby has an exam coming up in a couple of weeks. And he has never messed with Word, Excel, Presentation, none of them! And I have to help him with a lot that is computer related. He only knows basics, such as navigating pc and internet. None of the software/hardware. Although I have SOME knowledge of SOME software, this was not one of them. However, having that bit of knowledge does help me to navigate around the program! So, now I can work on studying this, so maybe I can be of some use for him. Thanks!
Thank you for posting these videos. I went to a temp agency to get a new job. I've been in landscaping for far too long, and they want me to know this to get on at this large insurance company here in town. I have to take a test on excel 2014 but I figure it ought to be very close to this, as long as I score an 80% I'm good to go. These videos will be my ticket to a better life!!
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