This course will take you from Excel basics to financial modelling in a blink

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If you’ve spent any time working in an office environment, you’ve likely used Microsoft Excel, the ubiquitous spreadsheet tool that powers many of today’s businesses.

While most of us know the Excel basics, few bother to leverage its more complex advanced features — but taking the time to do so can open doors to faster workflows, better results, and potentially higher-paying positions. The Ultimate Excel Bootcamp Bundle can turn you into a data-crunching, problem-solving guru, and it’s on sale for $62 AUD [$49 USD].

This four-course collection is designed to take you from beginner to expert with Excel and its host of advanced capabilities. From understanding essential formulas to analyzing mounds of data via Pivot Tables, this training will elevate your skills no matter your background. What’s more, this collection includes instruction on financial modeling for businesses, a handy skill that is sure to impress employers at the world’s top financial institutions.

Now, you can get lifetime access to the Ultimate Excel Bootcamp Bundle on sale for $62 AUD [$49 USD], saving more than 90% off its normal price.

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