To learn the basics of Microsoft Excel, watch tutorials and read instructions on the tutorials' Web page and the basic tasks Web page of Microsoft Excel. These Web pages provide graphical and video instructions on different Excel functions and capabilities.
The Microsoft Excel basic tasks Web page provides step-by-step instructions on the basic uses of Excel, such as creating and saving a workbook, data entry, creating formulas or functions, creating charts, and printing. Alternatively, new Excel users can find basic, intermediate, and advanced tutorials on the tutorial Web page. Intermediate tutorials include data sorting, filtering, conditional formatting, and using VLOOKUP. Advanced tutorials provide instructions on nested IF functions, array functions, PivotTable, using password protection and using macros.
Excel users can learn more convenient methods to use Excel on the Excel Tips and Tricks Web page provided at ExcelFunctions.net. The webpage provides alternate methods to perform various tasks on Excel that can be faster than clicking and dragging with the mouse. Excel users can also refer to the list of built-in Excel functions. The list categorizes functions by type, including logical, text and math functions. Each function page provides a basic description of the function, examples of using the function and common problems with using the function.