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Microsoft Excel Training

Excel Training from New Horizons Learning Group

Microsoft Excel is the most commonly used spreadsheet application. Learning how to use Excel is an investment in both your personal and professional life. Excel makes it easy to monitor financial performance, such as business profit or loss, calculate payments on large purchases, plan a budget, or stay organized with checklists.

As an employee, learning how to use Excel efficiently provides value, since most jobs utilize this application. This opens up more opportunities for employment and career advancement.

When employees know how to use Excel, it improves their efficiency in the workplace. Employees who know how to create detailed worksheets, invoices, charts, and complex formulas achieve professional results in a fraction of the time.

Excel training at New Horizons Learning Group includes basic to advanced courses in 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 as well as 2003. Whether you're brand new to Excel or seeking advanced knowledge, we've got it covered. Get Started Today!

What's new for Microsoft Excel 2016?

Excel 2016 is designed to help you get professional-looking results quickly—it lets you get away from walls of numbers and draw more persuasive pictures of your data.

Microsoft Excel Course Topics

  • Newest Features of Excel
  • Performing basic to advanced calculations using formulas
  • Formatting and printing worksheets
  • Creating powerful charts and graphs
  • Pivot tables and pivot charts
  • Excel data table features

Microsoft Office Specialist Certification

Excel training at New Horizons will help prepare you for a Microsoft Office Specialist Certification (MOS) Excel Certification. Check out more details here:

Microsoft Office Certification proves that you have core to advanced skills in Microsoft Office applications. Certification is helpful for those new to the workforce or transitioning to a more analytical role, since it proves you can perform tasks at a higher level. This gives you a leg up against competing candidates.

Holding a MOS certification can earn an entry-level business employee as much as $16,000 more in annual salary than uncertified peers.*

* Anderson, Cushing, and John F. Gantz. Skills Requirements for Tomorrow’s Best Jobs: Helping Educators Provide Students with Skills and Tools They Need. IDC/Microsoft. October 2013