Have you ever wanted to learn how to use Microsoft Excel but your company does not provide training and the cost of most Excel training programs are just ridiculous, what if there was way to learn Excel for free, would you use it?
Of course you would!
Well, today I wanted to tell you about two popular online free Microsoft Excel training websites that are sure to take you from a dazed and confused Excel user to expert in no time.
I have used Microsoft Excel in every job I have ever held and I have worked in a wide variety of industries so I am confident that most people in almost every industry could benefit from free Microsoft Excel training, enjoy!
Learn Excel For Free
Chandoo.org – This is by far one the coolest free Microsoft Excel training sites I have ever found, whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced used, you will learn how to do something new every time you visit.
From making better charts, using pivot tables or even special formulas Chandoo.org has everything you could ever want to learn about Microsoft Excel.
I actually thought I knew a lot about using Excel but I was blown away by some of the things I never knew you could do with Excel and while I have been using this site for almost a year now, I am still learning something new every time they update their blog.
There are Excel training courses for learning Excel basics as well as advanced used training, start where ever you need to and within a couple of weeks you will be blowing the minds of your co-workers when you are making killer spreadsheets and charts.
There are a few Excel training products for sale on the site but you can get everything you could ever need for free in the training lessons and blog posts, check out their free Microsoft Excel Training here .
Free Microsoft Excel Training
GCFFreeLearn.org – GCF is an online learning website with a free training course on virtually anything and every thing you can think of.
From Gmail, Facebook, all Microsoft Office products to GED prep, GCF has a free training course for anyone and everyone.
I really like how you can navigate to exactly what you are looking for and you are sure to find training on topics you never knew was available.
Just a warning, this site is very addictive, I went there to check out their training on Microsoft Access 2013 which is something I really want to learn how to use and ended up completing several other free training courses.
Another cool feature of GCF is there is a section where you can request a new training topic if what you are looking for is not available on the site.
If you are looking for free online training for almost anything then check out GCFFreeLearn.org.
Hopefully you find these two free online Excel training programs useful, if you do please like and share this post with your friends online.