Microsoft Excel Tutorial – Beginners Level 1

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This video tutorial will show you how to use Microsoft Excel for beginners. Microsoft Excel is a powerful spreadsheet tool that is part of Microsoft Office. This is a detailed beginners tutorial, the below timestamps will help you navigate through the lessons that are covered. Looking for more? Let me know in the comments below what types of things you would like to learn in Microsoft Excel.

1:07 Starting up
1:27 Recent documents and pinning documents
1:54 Templates
2:34 Layout – Tabs, ribbons and groups in Microsoft Excel
3:48 Rows, Columns, Cells and Ranges
5:49 Worksheets in Microsoft Excel
6:52 View and zooming
7:30 Inputting Data
10:56 Formating Data
13:38 Wrapping Text
14:22 Insert Row/ Merge & Center cells
15:41 Currency formatting
16:20 Print view
17:02 Add cell borders and colors
18:18 Basic formulas in Microsoft Excel
21:17 Copy formula
23:45 Freeze Pane
24:52 Basic Microsoft Excel functions
28:59 “Tell Me” in Microsoft Excel
29:43 Inserting charts in Microsoft Excel

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43 Replies to “Microsoft Excel Tutorial – Beginners Level 1”

  1. Very good presentation … perhaps take your time in explaining (slowly) as audience may be beginners and need to think things through.

  2. This has help some to allow me to brush up on Excel, it would be nice to if I could have brought up a worksheet and been able worked along with you so that I could get a real understanding. All in all this was helpful

  3. I learned basic excel many years ago, but unlike word and PowerPoint i never needed to use it so I've forgotten almost everything i learned. This is such a goo refresher. And explained so very well. Thank you so much.

  4. Emergency question. I have an excel test tomorrow and have been trying to figure out something. Lets say you have a a row, such as row 1 for example. Across that row is the calendar year from January to December. An employee makes $1,000 per month, which is reflected in January thru March. But then, they get a 5% raise for April and beyond and is now making 1,050 per month. How do I first of all, calculate the cell for April to automatically calculate that 5% and reflect that 5%, raise, and 2, to format the remainder cells for the remaining calendar year to reflect that 5% raise? Thanks in advance.

  5. This video is so helpful…I had to take an assessment test and scored a 93% waiting for the offer letter…Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

  6. This was a good tutorial. I would like to see one on the entire ribbon, explaining what each ribbon is for & what's under them. Thank You!

  7. Hi sir, I have Microsoft Office Home and Student 2019 version. I m curious if there is a reason I don’t have the “File” box in front of my “Home” box? I can’t find it anywhere.

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  9. Thank you so much I have learned so much the way you explain things has been really helpful. I am refreshing my computers skills after  a long career break.

  10. Well, whenever i try to click on the cell and drag it to get he calculation through the whole column i get it copied instead. Why does that happen ??

  11. Very nice! your speech is very clean and easy to understand. Your site will be my go-to for touch ups and building my professional skills.

  12. If I have a spending spreadsheet with different merchants ,I would like to see the total spending for that merchant for a certain month

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