We use Microsoft Windows-based desktop computers in all of our training classes. For all Excel 2013 classes we use Microsoft Excel 2013; however, if you use Excel 2010 or Excel 2007, virtually everything we cover is directly applicable to both prior versions¹.

If you use Excel 2003 (or earlier), although the core functionality of the application remains essentially the same, there have been relatively significant interface changes, so please contact us and we’ll be happy to address your specific training needs.


Computer Basics I

Computer Basics I  [granulation — reduction of a substance to its core elements]

Computer Basics II

Computer Basics II  [preparation — superfluous substances are removed; that which is wanting is added]

Excel 2013 Basic

Excel 2013 Basic  [stratification — identification and actualization of layers]

Excel 2013 Intermediate

Excel 2013 Intermediate  [vitrification — engenders crystallization]

Excel 2013 Advanced

Excel 2013 Advanced  [quinta essentia — most highly elevated form; the quintessence]

Excel 2013 Essentials

Excel 2013 Essentials  [elaboration — separating pure from impure; leading a substance toward perfection]

Excel 2013 Introduction to VBA

Excel 2013 Introduction to VBA  [gradation — gradual purification, through stages]

Excel 2013 Advanced VBA

Excel 2013 Advanced VBA  [amalgamation — final unification of disparate elements]

*Our classes fill up quickly, early enrollment is recommended*


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¹Microsoft Excel 2007, 2010, and 2013