Excel 2016 Training Videos – 15 Hours of Excel 2016 training by Microsoft Office: Specialist, Expert and Master, and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), Kirt Kershaw
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- 15 hours of detailed, high quality MP4 and Windows Media Video Excel 2016 Training Videos.
- DVD bonus: Exercise Files, Instructor Notes, Student Questions and Instructor Answers.
- All training completed by Microsoft Certified Trainer, Kirt Kershaw.
- Long time user of Microsoft, Kershaw offers more insights and points of view than other trainings.
- Excel 2016 Core (77-727) and Expert (77-728) Exams: Our Excel 2016 training videos include all the training you need to pass!
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In-depth, high quality, easy to follow Microsoft Office Excel 2016 training videos developed & trained by Microsoft Certified: Specialist, Expert, Master & Microsoft Certified Trainer, Kirt Kershaw. With 160 training videos and 15 hours of training offered in MP4 & Windows Media Video formats you will have everything you need to master, or if desired certify in, Excel 2016.Excel 2016 Training Videos will introduce you to the basics of creating a: spreadsheet, with simple formulas and calculations to more powerful ones, and how you can use Excel 2016 as a database with many sorting and filtering options. It's also important to know how to create the database by watching the top design flaws. Learn how to create charts from your organized data, how to format your data range into a nice looking table, and more by our Microsoft Certified Trainer! Training Outline: Excel 2016 Level 1 ~ 5+ hrs of training
Excel 2016 Level 2 ~ 5.5+ hrs of training
Excel 2016 Level 3 ~ 4.5+ hrs of training
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Let's just say, for starters, the videos may help you pass the first exam but definitely won't help you with the second one. The videos weren't exam specific enough. Gmetrix will do more than enough for both exams but barely for the second one. What the videos can really do is give you a good base to work with the program. I like that, and I learned a lot from it even though I was already an experienced user.
I recommend the developer of the software program to make a radical change: create two classes of videos, one for learning Excel itself and one for being exam specific. If he would do that, I think the objectives can be made clear, and doing well on both sides is doable enough to achieve. Sometimes, the lessons can overlap both sides which is perfectly fine.
By the way, there are no subtitles for the videos, and you can't set them to 2x speed.
All in all, if you want to learn Excel and want to see the lessons in a visual manner while listening to the author, the videos are good enough, but if you really want to pass the MOS exams and you know the stuff well enough, I suggest you to skip the videos and go straight for Gmetrix's practice tests.