Learn the ins and outs of Microsoft Excel with this 12-course bundle of classes

There are some tools that are an absolute necessity to make it in the business world, and Microsoft Excel is one. Anyone expecting to track expenses, costs, revenue or other key financial numbers for their business needs to know the ins and outs of Excel, and this 2021 Ultimate Microsoft Excel Business Intelligence Certification Bundle will get you there.

It will also get you there at a tremendous discount, with the bundle available for a  limited time for 98 percent off the regular price.

You’ll get 12 different courses to get you on the way to becoming a Microsoft Excel expert. Over the course of 42 hours of instruction and more than 600 individual lessons, you’ll start with the basics and proceed until you are a master at most everything Excel can do. And with lifetime access to the instruction, you can take your time mastering each skill, or have the lessons handy for when you need a refresher on any aspect.

Classes begin with hands-on demos to help you master 75 different formulas and functions associated with the program. You’ll learn how to build tools and dashboards to make your data make sense to you and others. You’ll learn how to pull real-time data into your program so your spreadsheets are correct up to the minute.

From there, you’ll move on to financial modeling, forecasting, optimization and other functions that will make your business life a lot clearer and easier. Later classes deal with charts and graphics and more advanced functions of Excel.

Most of the classes are taught by the experts at Maven Analytics, an online company that specializes in building students’ business skills. And these classes are highly rated, getting 4.3 to 4.7 stars out of 5 when rated by previous students.

Each of these classes is normally priced at $200, but right now you can get the 2021 Ultimate Microsoft Excel Business Intelligence Certification Bundle for just $44.99. That’s less than $4 for each class.

Prices subject to change

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