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A free and easy way to learn using Microsoft Excel XP. Easy step-by-step instructions for basic, intermediate and advanced levels.

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Find some basic, intermediate or even advanced Excel functions.

Microsoft Excel may not be the only spreadsheet program around, but it may be the only one you'll ever need. You can use Excel on many different levels. But most users find out what the program can really do after it gets going.

Excel is a user-friendly program especially for those who are comfortable getting right in and clicking things. However, some parts of Excel can seem intimidating, especially when you just want to do something simple but don't know where to start.

Well, for some good old Excel help, you've come to the right place!

Jump in with the list and get some help!

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Excel Macros

Learn step-by-step how to record a new macro from scratch.

Afterwards, you can choose to run or delete your Excel macros.

Also learn how to assign an Excel macro to a button which you can place on any of the toolbars.

You can also assign your macro to a menu or give your macro a shortcut key command to run the macros at your pleasure.

You'll see that creating a macro is not such a difficult task. Once again, if you know the right steps in creating a macro, then you're all set.

Excel Formulas

Learn how to use Excel XP formulas with step-by-step instruction on how to do simple calculations.

You'll see that you can create a formula using a lot of different methods. Learn to use the method that suits you because any one of them works just the same.

Also learn how to identify formula errors and how to use absolute, relative and mixed references.

Excel Functions

Learn all there is to know about Excel functions.

With step-by-step instructions you'll know how to use a function properly.

Also learn how to enter functions manually and how to modify them to suit your needs.

Excel Password

Learn step-by-step how to add an Excel Password to a worksheet or workbook.

You may have added a password for good reason, you can also remove a password!

Sometimes you might just want to change the password now and often to keep the others on their toes!

Filter Data

Learn step-by-step how to use the Excel AutoFilter command. Also learn how to use the Advanced Filter to suit your every needs.

Spreadsheet data is often not much good unless you can analyze it.

If you're familiar with some of the actions that you can perform on a database, managing and analyzing your data in Excel is within your grasp, but even if you've never even heard of a database, you can still filter lists to your heart's content.


Easily learn how to use the simple Excel sort by using the Sorting buttons.

But you can also have some more complicated sorts to perform, and for this action you need to use the Advanced Sort feature of Excel.
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