I think most of you have had to use Microsoft Excel at some point in your life, especially those who are working in the office environment, they are simply expected to know basic functions of the software.
Microsoft Excel has been around for 30 years, it is an electronic spreadsheet program that can be used for storing, organizing and manipulating data. It provides a grid interface to organize nearly any type of information.
It features calculation, graphing tools, pivot tables, and a macro programming language called Visual Basic for Applications.
It allows you to work with text, numbers, and date information in a relatively open and unstructured way. It is one of the most popular programs in the world.
Excel is used by many different people in many different ways and that mastering it will enable you to get much more things done.
From charting to conditional formatting to pivot tables, check out the infographic below from Microsoft Training to learn the top 7 most useful Excel tricks that you should be familiar with.
The recent reports show that 67% of office roles require expertise in MS Excel. So it is time to sharpening up your Excel skills and it really can help improve your pay and job prospects.
To learn more about the powerful Excel, go to your local library and pick up a book regards to it, or do a search on Google and YouTube for Excel tutorials and learn from there. There are plenty of free resources abound.