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Bring Your Data Skills up to Speed With This $30 Excel University Bundle

posted by Mark Myerson - 4.29.21

From finance and sales to computer science, analyzing and presenting data is now a critical part of many office jobs. To crunch the numbers effectively, you really need to know Microsoft Excel inside out. That’s because while Excel may seem like a simple spreadsheet tool on the surface, it actually hosts many features that help you organize and analyze data effectively.

The Excel University Bundle is a tag-team of highly-rated courses on Microsoft’s mighty software. Normally priced at $636, the training comes from a top instructor. But in a special deal for Hannity viewers, you can get the bundle today for just $29.99.

Most people know how to do the basics in Excel, such as creating a new workbook or formatting cells. However, most highly paid roles involve doing much more than creating simple spreadsheets. Through 16 hands-on video tutorials, this bundle helps you handle vast amounts of data, and complete analyses with minimal effort. Along the way, you discover how to find key business insights and automate everyday tasks.

The first course focuses on Power Query and Power Pivot. The training shows you how to select the right graph for any data set, summarize values in a spreadsheet, relate multiple tables, and build an interactive dashboard. In the second course, you find out how to create automations in the Visual Basic Editor. The lessons help you start writing VBA code from scratch.

Your award-winning instructor is Jeff Lenning, a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Microsoft Certified Excel Expert. He has over 20 years of professional Excel experience, and his company is rated at 4.9 stars on Trustpilot.

Order today for just $29.99 to get lifetime access to both courses and save 95% on the full price.

 

Excel University: Excel Automation Skills for Accounting & Finance Course Bundle – $29.99

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Become a Microsoft Excel Expert With 45 Hours of Beginner-Friendly Training for $39

posted by Mark Myerson - 3.20.21

From marketing contacts to financial forecasts, Microsoft Excel fulfills many roles in the world of work. If you want to climb the career ladder, it makes sense to learn this software inside out.

The Professional Microsoft Excel Certification Training Bundle helps you do just that, with 45 hours of video tutorials spread across 688 lessons. The training is worth $1,600 in total, but you can get lifetime access for just $39 thanks to a special Hannity price-drop.

Research shows that just knowing how to use Microsoft Excel can increase your salary by $100 per week in middle-skill jobs. In addition, these skills can open the door to high-level roles in science, technology, engineering, sales, and other sectors. 

Containing eight in-depth courses, this bundle helps you become a true Microsoft Excel expert — even if you are a complete beginner. The tutorials start from scratch, showing you how to navigate the software, set up workbooks, and format cells. 

Soon enough, you dive into more advanced techniques. You learn how to sort data automatically using macros, create custom data models, and use Power Query to find what you need.

The training also looks at formulas and functions, along with all kinds of data visualization, which will help you identify insights that can give your company an edge over the competition.

Your instructor is Chris Dutton, otherwise known as Excel Maven. Dutton is a certified Microsoft Excel Expert and analytics consultant, and now a best-selling instructor. Over the past six years, he has helped over 25,000 students in 150 countries around the world.

Order today for just $39 to get lifetime access to all eight courses, worth $1,600 in total.

 

The Professional Microsoft Excel Certification Training Bundle – $39

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Dive Into Data: Master Excel and BI With 90 Hours of Training Updated for 2021

posted by Mark Myerson - 11.08.20

From finance to sales, many jobs involve crunching numbers to reveal key insights. For obvious reasons, recruiters are actively looking for people with serious data skills.

The Premium 2021 Microsoft Excel & Data Certification Bundle helps you get ahead of the competition, with 90 hours of hands-on training. The content is worth $2,376 in total — but thanks to a special Hannity offer, viewers can grab this massive class package today for just $69.99.

Anyone who has worked in an office has probably come across Excel before. But have you ever used the software to run financial models and automate analysis? Probably not. 

Featuring 24 courses, this online masterclass helps you go beyond basic spreadsheets to become a true data expert. Through video tutorials, you learn a range of data analysis skills and dive into the latest features of Excel and other key apps. Refreshed for 2021, this is the most up-to-date Excel e-learning course package you can find online.

The training starts with the fundamentals, but you eventually end up mastering advanced techniques: using power queries, writing finance programs in Python, creating an HR workflow for Excel, building visualizations in Microsoft BI, and much more. You also discover how to use Tableau, Alteryx, SAS, Google Sheets, and other powerful tools. 

Your team of instructors includes Chris Dutton, better known as Excel Maven. He is a certified Excel MOS Expert and online teacher who has helped over 500,000 students around the world.

Order today for $69.99 to get lifetime access to all 24 courses, worth $2,376.

 

The Premium 2021 Microsoft Excel & Data Certification Bundle – $69.99

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