Excel is used for all sorts of things, even Pac-Man. But, normally it is used to analyze and present data. It is also seriously underused by many people, especially when one considers how long it has been around and that it is installed on most corporate desktops. Many people just don’t know the power they have in Excel.

The Juice Analytics weblog–a great source for Excel tips and tricks–has just posted an Excel Training Worksheet. These training exercises start by taking one through some common, time saving keyboard shortcuts. Then they go through some basics that will help the casual Excel user become more familiar and proficient with this powerful application. Nicely done!

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