Getting Help in Microsoft Excel
Help you need is built right into Excel!
Click the question mark icon in the top right corner of Microsoft Excel to search for solutions to your problems, training, and more.
All of Microsoft’s help resources are also available online. Visit Microsoft’s Help and How-to Site to get started.
Microsoft Online Training Courses
Microsoft offers a series of 15-60 minute online training courses that can be completed from your desk at your own pace. Most trainings have an audio component, so be sure to wear headphones or turn up your speakers.
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|What You’ll Learn
LinkedIn Learning Training Courses
|What You’ll Learn
|Excel Tips & Tricks
|Covers powerful tips, tricks, and shortcuts that can help you leverage more of what Excel has to offer. Learn time-saving tricks for creating formulas rapidly, accelerating data entry, and navigating within worksheets efficiently. Plus, discover drag and drop techniques, formatting shortcuts, charting and PivotTable tips, and much more.
|Excel Essential Training (Office 365)
|Learn how to enter and organize data, perform calculations with simple functions, and format the appearance of rows, columns, cells, and data. Other lessons cover how to work with multiple worksheets, build charts and PivotTables, sort and filter data, use the printing capabilities of Excel, and more.
|Excel Advanced Formulas & Functions
|Starts with a few critical formula shortcuts that will speed up your work, then covers a variety of functions, such as VLOOKUP, MATCH, and INDEX, statistical functions, text functions, and date and time, math, text, and information functions. Provides practical examples to help viewers easily transition to using Excel’s most powerful formulas and functions in real-world scenarios.
|Excel VLOOKUP & XLOOKUP for Beginners
|Many Excel users hear “VLOOKUP” and envision a complicated function reserved only for power users. Not so! VLOOKUP—and XLOOKUP, the newer version for 365 subscribers—are among Excel’s most powerful functions, yet you can master them with a few simple steps. In this mini-course, Jess Stratton walks you step-by-step through creating a simple lookup in Excel using both VLOOKUP and XLOOKUP, then shows you how to error-proof your formulas. Supercharge your Excel skills and save time with these powerful lookup functions.
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