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Become a number-crunching Excel pro with this training


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If you’ve worked in an office (or even at home) at any point during the past thirty years, chances are you’ve used Microsoft Excel in some capacity. But unless you’re a professional accountant, you’ve likely only scratched the surface of what this incredibly powerful program can do, and if you want to be competitive in an increasingly data-driven world you’re going to need to up your Excel skills.

Enter the eLearnExcel: The 2020 Excel Certification School Bundle, which will outfit you with a thorough understanding of both the basics and more advanced elements of this ubiquitous analytics program for 95% off its usual price at just $48.99.

This best-selling training package comes loaded with 60 hours of expert-led instruction and 300 easy-to-follow lessons that revolve around real-world examples and projects.

Trusted by some of the world’s most successful companies including Microsoft and Facebook, eLearnExcel is your one-stop resource for learning how to create captivating graphs and charts, build algorithms that can drastically reduce your work time, gain valuable insights from complex sets of data, and much more.

There’s also plenty of instruction that teaches you how to use Excel in both your personal and professional lives in order to make better decisions about data and organize your finances.

Don’t get left behind in a world that’s based on data and analytics. The eLearnExcel: The 2020 Excel Certification School Bundle will give you the power to use one of the world’s most relied-upon number-crunching tools, and it’s available for just $48.99—95% off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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