TL;DR: The Premium Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel Certification Bundle is on sale for £29.32 as of Sept. 24, saving you 98% on list price.
While they both look and function as spreadsheet tools, Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets actually offer a lot more than just some boxes to list numbers. They both can serve as powerful business tools for organising data, as well as analysing and visualising stats. Plus, they can help you work more efficiently — if you know all the right tips and tricks, that is.
This Premium Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel Bundle will show you the ropes on how these essential spreadsheet tools work. You’ll go beyond the basics and get down to the nitty-gritty in 11 courses and nearly 300 unique lessons taught by Bryan Hong, Laurence Svekis, Grant Klimaytys, and other professionals. Hong is an IT software developer, the author of the 101 Excel Series paperback books, and a self-proclaimed data analysis ninja, while Svekis and Klimaytys are both app developers with backgrounds in Google development and engineering. Together, this lineup of instructors will ensure you’re equipped with all the functions, formulas, and secrets you need to make the most out of these programs.
Similar in structure and functions, Excel and Sheets are practically interchangeable. The difference is Sheets is a free, online app, while Excel is a program that lives on your computer. Both have their benefits — it all just depends on what you need to use them for. That’s why it’s advantageous to learn the ins and outs of both.
In these courses, you’ll learn not only the best way to format cells and sort data, but also all the essential keyboard shortcuts and formulas that will save you time and energy. You’ll discover how to automate repetitive tasks, visualise important data, and even dive into more complex topics like Power Query, Power View, Power Pivot, M code, and SQL. And just so you can truly understand the power of these incredible spreadsheet tools, Svekis will show you how to build a quiz application from scratch that uses Google Sheets as the data source.
For a limited time, you can get lifetime access to 11 courses on Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel for just £29.32.