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Old 04-10-2013, 03:29 AM   #2
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Default Re: Excel. yo

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Originally Posted by Kaspah
Looking into a new jarb, it's in an office and I'd be using Excel 2007, doing pivot tables and V-lookups for a few examples.

However, I know nothing at all about Excel.

Is it difficult to pick up and learn? I'm curious if I can teach myself or I should go to a class. Either way, how long typically does it take to learn? I'm a sharp dude when it comes to using computers, I just haven't used excel.

Please, and thank you guys.

pretty stupid question for a sharp dude lol

the answer is obviously: it depends

;)

but seriously: the microsoft online support is phenomenal. If you're not under much time pressure you'll find everything you need online.
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