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Microsoft Excel 2007 Tutorials
Beginner Lessons
 Excel 2007 Basic 1
The Excel 2007 Interface & The Ribbon
Entering & Editing Data
The Formula Bar
Rows, Columns, Cells, Ranges
Worksheets & Workbooks
Formatting Data & Cells
Basic Math Calculations & Formulas
Saving, Loading, Printing Sheets
 Excel 2007 Basic 2
Using the Clipboard
Cell Data Formats
Rows & Columns
Working with Sheets
Sorting Data
Conditional Formatting
Find & Replace
 Excel 2007 Basic 3
What are Functions
How to Use Functions
Sum, Average
Count, Max, Min
Styles & Themes
Page Layout
Insert Illustrations
Pictures, Clipart, SmartArt
 Excel 2007 Basic 4
What are Charts & Graphs
Insert Column, Pie, Line Charts
Multiple Series in Charts
Formatting Chart Objects
Copy Charts to Microsoft Word
Creating a Summary Sheet
Working with Data Tables / Lists
 Excel 2007 Basic 5
Insert Text, Hyperlinks, WordArt
Text Boxes, Symbols, Objects
Headers & Footers, Date Codes
Freeze Panes, Split Sheet
Borders & Gridlines
Merge & Center, Format Painter
Comments, Research, Stock Quotes
Office Online Templates
Microsoft Excel 2007 Upgrade Seminar
 Excel 2007 Upgrade

Perfect if you are
upgrading to Excel 2007
Upgrading to Excel 2007 Seminar
 - Changes & New Features in Excel
 - The Ribbon & Quick Access Toolbar
 - Office Button & Tools
 - Conditional Formatting
 - Data Tables, Sort & Filter
 - Charts, Graphs, PivotTables, PivotCharts
 - Graphics, Illustration, Pictures, Shapes
 - Headers & Footers, Inserting Objects
 - Themes, Color Schemes, Effects, Styles
 - New Functions like SUMIFS and IFERROR
 - Get External Data from Access & the Web
 - And lots more! 
Expert & Advanced Lessons
We are no longer developing new lessons for Excel 2007, however we are creating new Expert, Advanced, and Developer level courses for Excel 2010. If you are using Excel 2007 and want to continue learning past our Basic courses, you can move up to our Excel 2010 Expert lessons.

Excel 2007 and 2010 are almost identical.

If you're using 2007, you should have no problems following along in 2010. Most of the material is exactly the same. Click here for our complete Excel 2010 course list.
We also have many Expert level classes available for Microsoft Excel 2003. If you are interested in learning about more advanced Excel functions, you might want to take a look at them as well. Once you get beyond the menu interface, the core functionality of Excel is still pretty much the same. Plus, if you purchase any of our older Excel 2003 tutorials, you will get a FREE UPGRADE once the 2010 version is released.


Click here if you are looking for Excel 2003 or Excel 2010 tutorials.



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