Top 5 Places To Finally Learn Excel For Free

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Microsoft Excel is the most important business software. It is used by 750 million professionals. Excel skill is a basic requirement in most business positions. Also, Excel is your entry to data analytics.

Here are the top 5 places where you can learn Excel for free. I have used each of these resources many times. I recommend them to you. Add them to your resources and you will so much more Excel!

Microsoft Excel is perhaps the most important computer software program used in the workplace today.

Top 5 Free Sites to Learn Excel

  1. Excel Jet
  2. Mr Excel
  3. Excel is Fun
  4. Leila Gharani
  5. Finally Learn

Excel Jet

Dave Bruns at Excel Jet runs this great website with comprehensive guides for formulas, keyboard shortcuts, and functions. I love the keyboard shortcuts in the video below. I had to watch it several times and take notes! This site also is very helpful for Mac users as well as Windows users. Check out the page 222 shortcuts for Windows and Mac. Follow Dave on Twitter.

Mr Excel

Bill Jelen from Mr Excel has been on Youtube for over 10 years and has thousands of great videos. He is an excellent teacher. This is a great resource with so many good teaching videos. Find him on Twitter.

Excel is Fun

Mike Girvin from Excel is Fun has thousands of Excel videos on Youtube. He has over 86 million views. Wow. It is a great resource for financial and statistical help. I have learned so many things from this channel. Keep up with him on Twitter.

Leila Gharani

Leila Gharani has an amazing YouTube channel. She is great especially for finance and data visualization. She is very helpful on creating amazing charts. Her video on Special Graphs is fantastic, see below. You should visit her channel and also follow her on Twitter.

Finally Learn

This is our YouTube channel. We have many Excel videos and videos on financial topics.

These are my favorite 5 places where I learn Excel. I recommend them to you and I hope they are very helpful.

What are your favorite resources? Please let me know in the comments below. I always want to know more useful websites.

Jeff Mankin

Jeff Mankin teaches financial literacy. His website is

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