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Pay what you want for 40+ hours of professional Excel training

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Log on to a computer in an office, public library, or college campus; you’ll often find Microsoft Excel on the list of installed programs. When you first open it, you might be confused, or even underwhelmed, as it just looks like a simple spreadsheet program on the surface.

However, Excel has a wide range of functions from data analytics to financial reporting, and mastering it will make you a great asset in any field. If that sound interesting, you can get started with this Pay What You Want: The Epic Excel 2019 Mastery Bundle.

Here’s how this deal works: by paying what you want, you’ll gain access to one of 7 courses in the Epic Excel 2019 Mastery Bundle. If you pay more than the average price, you’ll receive all 7 courses. Finally, if you beat the leader’s price, you’ll be placed on the leaderboard and be entered in a giveaway.

The Epic Excel 2019 Mastery Bundle features guides on the ways Excel can be applied. If you don’t know the basics behind Excel, Microsoft Excel 2019 for Beginner will teach you essential skills like how to use functions and formulas. If you’re already comfortable with that, Microsoft Excel 2019 Advanced can teach you how about financial functions, creating visualizations, and how to interact with datasets from outside of Excel.

You can find these courses and more in the Epic Excel 2019 Mastery Bundle. Simply pay what you want to enjoy one course or beat the average price for all 7.

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