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About the Course

"Everyday Excel, Part 2" is a continuation of the popular "Everyday Excel, Part 1". Building on concepts learned in the first course, you will continue to expand your knowledge of applications in Excel. This course is aimed at intermediate users, but even advanced users will pick up new skills and tools in Excel. By the end of this course, you will have the skills and tools to take on the project-based "Everyday Excel, Part 3 (Projects)". This course is the second part of a three-part series and Specialization that focuses on teaching introductory through very advanced techniques and tools in Excel. In this course (Part 2), you will: 1) learn advanced data management techniques; 2) learn how to implement financial calculations in Excel; 3) use advanced tools in Excel (Data Tables, Goal Seek, and Solver) to perform and solve "what-if" analyses; 4) learn how to create mathematical predictive regression models using the Regression tool in Excel. This course is meant to be fun and thought-provoking. I hope for you to at least several times in the course say to yourself, "Wow, I hadn't thought of that before!" Given the wide range in experience and abilities of learners, the goal of the course is to appeal to a wide audience. The course is organized into 5 Weeks (modules). To pass each module, you'll need to pass a mastery quiz and complete a problem solving assignment. This course is unique in that the weekly assignments are completed in-application (i.e., on your own computer in Excel), providing you with valuable hands-on training....

Top reviews

Feb 1, 2021

Very interesting and challenging course. I have learned so much more about Excel that I did not know before. The Assignments were great and a good tool to test what you have learned.

Nov 25, 2020

A very intricately designed course on the advanced functions of Excel. The expertise of the instructor is visible in his teachings and explanations! Enjoyed the course very much!

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By Sam L

Dec 20, 2020

Thanks for Charlie, the course is great. I learned many skills of Excel from this course.

By Timothy W

Sep 18, 2020

Great set of classes so far. I learned a lot of new tricks an can't wait for Part 3.

By Maria C L G

Aug 22, 2020

Great course! Really usefull for everyone that has to even open an excel spreadsheet.


Dec 9, 2020

This Excel course teaches almost everything in a very good and understandable manner

By Suhail S

Dec 1, 2020

Excellent course. It gave me a very strong foundation in Excel and its functions.

By Nora M Z R

Oct 31, 2020

Excellent. Very easy to understand and very very useful. Im glad I made it all.

By Diego E

Oct 9, 2020

The course showed me my actual level in Excel. It was really entertaining too!

By Daniel F C H

Jul 17, 2020

The instructor is very professional and one can learn a lot from his lessons.

By Kazi H R

Nov 7, 2020

Just An Excellent Excel Course.Full of fun and thought provoking stuffs

By Jenny B

Jul 7, 2020

Really useful, and well explained. Besides, I love the grading method.

By Rizaldo R H

Aug 16, 2020

this course really helped me to sharpen my problem solving skill


Jul 24, 2020

Excellent. Enjoyed. Learnt many things. Waiting for Part 3

By Santiago M M

Jul 15, 2020

Very good course. It was very explained and challenging.

By Thabo M

Aug 17, 2020

Very Insightful and enjoyable. Keep it up Charlie!!!

By Rafael V

Oct 10, 2020

Great Course. its harder than the first one.

By Raimondo L

Aug 25, 2020

Thanks a lot for this fantastic course !!!!!

By Ganna M

Aug 15, 2020

Real fun. I have learned a lot.

By Ajay B R

Jul 30, 2020

Great instructor,Great Course!

By Doron P

Dec 28, 2020

great course very recommended

By charles v l

Oct 7, 2020

must try it!

By Ivan E P O

Jul 29, 2020

Very useful.

By José A G L

May 26, 2020

Great course

By M. A

Sep 14, 2020


By Fred V

Jul 20, 2020

Good course. A few inaccuracies in terminology for finance, and the use of Imperial units of measurement (old feet, US gallons and others), are the shadows I can see from the bright picture.


Oct 30, 2020

There was some missing info. and I've got an Assignment in week 2 with wrong information