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Our Top 3 Excel Tips from 2023 (in 2024)

Someone once said “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks”, but we tend to disagree. Whether you’re an Excel beginner or someone who has been using the program daily for the past decade, we believe there’s always something you can learn — a tip or three that you didn’t know can make all the […]

Finding and dealing with Duplicates

Having Duplicates in your Data can be a real problem, so addressing them is important. Finding them, especially in a big data set, can often be an arduous task though. A simple combination of Conditional Formatting with Filters is a great way to highlight and track down those Duplicates. The basic steps are as follows: […]

The #1 productivity killer in a business

It all comes down to the bottom line. That looming figure which can make or break your business, or your job… There are many factors that can cause a negative impact. Employee productivity is often a critical one and there are many things to consider when looking at the causes of poor productivity.  It might […]

The 5 Minute Guide to Using Excel Pivot Tables

Microsoft Excel is used by many professionals in day-to-day business for data management and reporting. Today we have a mass of data that is often difficult to analyze or understand which is why we use Excel’s reporting tools to create simple visual representations of large data sets.  Enter Pivot Tables, one of Microsoft Excel’s most […]

N.O.W. shortcuts for just about everything!

Many of the shortcuts that we teach in Excel can be applied across other applications. 3 of them are almost universal and can be used for just about anything. Ctrl + N – to create a New Workbook, Document, Email, Presentation etc Ctrl + O – to Open an existing Workbook, Document, Email, Presentation etc […]

VLookup – What It Is and How You Can Use It to Free Up More of Your Time This Week

Microsoft Excel allows you to organise large sets of data in a way that is simple and streamlined. You can organise just about anything from inventories and stock counts to customer details or an employee’s progress in learning and development. But a clean, pretty spreadsheet means nothing if you can’t go back and look up […]

Duplicate content from cell above

When manually entering data into Excel we often have the need to copy the value directly from the cell above. Thankfully, there is a shortcut to do just that. Two in fact! ctrl + “ just the value ctrl + D copies the value and the formatting Both have their advantages, depending on your requirements. […]

4 Simple Excel Hacks That Will Free Up More of Your Time This Week

We’ve all been a beginner at something, whether it be data management, sales, gardening or learning to play the drums. Just like any skill, Excel takes practice and the more you use it the more accustomed you become with the programme, and the more stumbling blocks you will inevitably face.  If you are reading this […]

Copy and Paste excluding hidden Rows and Columns

Normal copy and paste includes hidden rows and columns, so how do you Copy and Paste just the cells that are visible? Select Visible Cells only before copying. The quick guide… Select the range you want to copy (ctrl + A) Call up Go To (Ctrl + G) Click on the Special… button bottom left […]

How‌ ‌training‌ ‌your‌ ‌staff‌ ‌in‌ ‌Excel‌ ‌can‌ ‌benefit‌ ‌your‌ ‌company‌ ‌

It is argued that humans require three things to be motivated: stimulus, structure and recognition, and each one of these motivational hungers drives us to perform in the workplace. No matter the motivation style of each of your employees, a dedicated skills development programme will help boost productivity and job satisfaction.  Microsoft Excel is an ideal business […]

Copy and Paste with Column Widths

Where would we be without Copy and Paste? Probably way behind schedule, or should I say, further behind schedule than we are currently! ? In Excel, Copy and Paste copies everything by default… except column widths! This can be a little frustrating especially if that is one of the key things you require to copy. […]

10 popular business uses for Microsoft Excel

To the average person, Microsoft Excel is a number-crunching program, used to store and track information, like household expenses. But it is extremely popular in business, as it’s highly visual and with the right training, relatively easy to use. And, while many organisations think that Excel is only good for leaving you cross-eyed trying to […]

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MS Excel Advanced Course

R 1,550

Course Length: 79 Lessons | 7.5 Hours of Videos

Content Covered

  • Key Essentials
  • Spreadsheet Integrity
  • Cell References
  • Forecasting
  • CSV Import
  • Merging Data
  • Splitting Data
  • Data Validation
  • Worksheet Protection
  • Advanced Formula
  • Text Formula
  • Date Formula
  • Logical Formula
  • Lookup Formula
  • Maths Formula
  • Pivot Tables & Charts
  • Excel Automation (Macros)

MS Excel Intermediate Course

R 1,350

Course Length: 55 Lessons | 5.5 Hours of Videos

Content Covered

  • Key Essentials
  • Series Generation
  • Advanced Copy and Paste
  • Formula
  • Cell Referencing
  • Rounding
  • View Optimization
  • Find and Replace
  • Sort and Filter
  • Graphs
  • Conditional Formatting
  • Ranges vs Tables
  • Pivot Tables
  • Data Manipulation
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Tips and Tricks

MS Excel Beginner Course

R 1,150

Course Length: 56 Lessons | 4 Hours of Videos

Content Covered

  • Excel Overview
  • Key Essentials
  • Data Input
  • Excel Autofill
  • Formatting Cells
  • Number Formatting
  • Formatting Worksheets
  • Formulas
  • Printing
  • Basic Sort and Filter
  • Visualizing Data
  • Excel’s Golden Rule
  • Pivot Tables Sneak Peek
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Tips and Tricks