Why we should prefer Excel training online?

November 30, 2015 at 20:30:21
Specs: Windows 7
Hi All, I need to take excel training to grow my careers. When I had discussion with some of my friends, they made me little confuse for the mode of training. Some one suggest online excel training and some suggest offline. Can you suggest what method to prefer for excels training?

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December 1, 2015 at 03:42:33
This method of prefered training is different for everyone, some are better in class room exvironments and others prefer to sit alone and learn.

i perfer the latter, i have attended some Excel training courses and to be honest did not find them overly useful, however i did learn some interesting things. Although i am not an expert in Excel, everything i have learnt (expecially VBA) i have learnt myself.

My approach to anything is, think of a project you want to complete and start to work on it, use the internet as a resource as there are many tutorials and examples you can learn from.

Once you completed on project you can think of more and more complicated ones and eventually integrate what you have learnt into things you do at work.

There are plenty of websites that provide tutorials, just do a Google search for something like 'Free Excel courses online' or 'Free excel tutorials'

my opinion is, if you sit in front of a pc with a tutorial in your hand, you can work through it and learn it.

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December 1, 2015 at 06:40:58
The question really isn't about Excel at all. It is about how YOU best learn. There is no one best answer for everybody and that is why your friends gave you conflicting advice. They advised you based on their own experience, what worked best for them. But what works well for someone else may be completely wrong for you. You need to make your own decision based on your own experience.

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December 2, 2015 at 07:54:50
A text book is useful at any time; regardless of which method of actual study you prefer/choose. There are usually decent tomes (books) in many libraries; and often in used book stores too. Even in the version isn't exactly the one you are studying often they can be useful nonetheless?

On-line resources are aplenty and often very helpful when studying in any form...

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December 2, 2015 at 12:23:28
On top of what others tell you, You should always remember that one of the most important and driving factor for us reaching our goals is motivation. Without it you will get nowhere.

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