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Training for Microsoft Excel

I can catch on to basic things in certain programs fairly fast. However, I get confused at the more advanced things a program can do. Just as excel. I love excel, I use it often when I am entering giveaways. It helps me stay better organized. I use it for basic use, I know there is a lot more that can be done with it.

I have been searching the internet for some Microsoft Excel Training. I need something for those slow at learning so I can let it all soak into my brain, so I am not having to look at noted when I want to do something new. For the longest time, I had cheat cheats for my pain program. When I would need to remove the background, I searched my notes. When I needed to change the color of something in the image I searched my notes.

I want to learn excel, so I do not need notes. With starting a business soon, I think this would benefit the business a great deal. I will be able to keep inventory of everything right on the computer, and I would know how to properly use the program I am working with.

What are some things that help you study new things? Do you do like I do and take notes, and use them as a reference, or do you read it over and over until it all soaks up?

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  1. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I read and take notes. Then I organize or outline the notes. By the time I have done this, I have pretty much learned most of the material, but can refer again to the notes for details, if necessary.

    About Excel– I used it in my middle school classroom for student achievement, attendance, and grades, and for organizing our in-class library, and a few other things. It’s funny that I never felt as comfortable with it as I should have for all the use I gained from it. I don’t know why. I even taught it to my students by having them actually catalog the books, and I will tell you that they came to know it well and feel very comfortable, finding other, personal uses for the program. I’ll chalk that up to younger, more nimble minds.


    Jammie Reply:

    I have to read out loud, several times. Take a lot of notes, and I am still like hmm what was that again! Excel can be a bit intimidating.


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