Microsoft Excel Training Courses
✓ World’s most popular spreadsheet program
✓ Free online videos and course notes with every classroom course
✓ Expert instructors with 5 Star customer ratings
✓ Onsite training courses available
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Microsoft Excel Training Courses in Cardiff, Bristol, Swansea & Other Locations – Introduction, Intermediate and Advanced Levels Available
Excel – Introduction (Level 1)
Excel – Intermediate (Level 2)
Excel – Advanced (Level 3)
Excel – Formulas and Functions
We offer a large range of Microsoft Excel training courses and are able to run Excel training on versions 2010, 2013 and 2016. By default our classroom courses will always run on the latest version of Excel. Please contact us if you wish to specify training on a certain version of Excel.
Why Choose NILC For Your Microsoft Excel Training?
Learn why we should be your training provider of choice.
Industry Expert Trainers
Highly skilled trainers with real world Microsoft Excel experience
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Online Video Support
Online Excel videos supplied with every classroom based course
Courses available at our venues or your offices
At A Glance
Find out more about Microsoft Excel.
Almost every office job requires some knowledge and skill in using Excel. NILC’s range of Excel training courses from Introduction to Advanced level will ensure your teams have the ability they need to get the most out of this powerful tool.
Excel is a commercial spreadsheet application produced and distributed by Microsoft. It features the ability to perform basic calculations, use graphing tools, create pivot tables and create macros. Excel has the same basic features as all spreadsheet applications, which use a collection of cells arranged into rows and columns to organise and manipulate data. They can also display data as charts, histograms and line graphs.
Excel also permits users to arrange data so as to view various factors from different perspectives. Visual Basic is used for applications in Excel, allowing users to create a variety of complex numerical methods. Programmers are given an option to code directly using the Visual Basic Editor, including Windows for writing code, debugging and code module organisation.
Microsoft Excel Resources
Get handy tips online from NILC’s YouTube channel.
How To Create / Modify Graphs and Charts In Microsoft Excel