Microsoft Excel Master Class

4.7 (133 ratings)
 · 7,466 students enrolled

About This Course

The Microsoft Excel Masterclass course is designed for professionals that want to learn the ins and outs of Excel to help boost your productivity and skills for work.

I’m sure if you are looking at this course, you already have some experience with Excel but don’t really know how to use Excel to its full power.

There are so many different buttons and features in Excel that it can become really overwhelming, confusing and frustrating.

I can relate.

I’ve been using Excel since high school but it wasn’t until I started getting properly trained that I really understood the different options, tools, and functionalities Excel really had.

It was a shift in my career.

It has made my job much easier and I now have a highly developed skill desired by employers.

If you don’t understand how to really use Excel, you’ll slowly get left behind. I encourage you to take the next step in separating yourself from your peers by learning how to really use Excel.

Here’s what will be covered in this course:

  • Ribbons and Features
  • Saving and Printing
  • Simple Math Operations
  • Common Math Functions
  • Large Data Functions
  • Graphing and Data
  • Graphing Math Functions
  • Formatting and Types of Graphs
  • Borders and Formatting
  • Trendlines
  • Sample Applications of Excel
  • Formula Calculation
  • Matrix Math Operations

Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you’ll have the knowledge to improve your use of Excel for personal and work-related tasks. This is a powerful tool that can be used in many ways!

30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.

Get started today and improve your skills in Excel!

Course Handbook

Microsoft Excel Master Class Practice Pack

Course Curriculum

Course Sections

What Excel Looks Like

Insert, Graphing, Page Layout, & Formulas

More Formulas, Data, Review, & Layout

How to Save & Print

Entering & Calculating Simple Math

Sum & Average

Minimum, Trigonometry, Degrees, & Exponentials

Future Value

Logarithms, Radians, Square Roots

Correlate, Count, GCD

If, Info, LCM, Median

Mode, Slope, Standard Deviation

Random Numbers, Rounding Up & Down

Formatting Data for Graphing

Scatter Plots, Editing a Data Series

Editing a Scatter Plot Chart, Isolating Plots

Equation Based Graphing & Chart Settings

More Chart Settings & Stylistics Intro

How to Change Chart Type

Scatter Plot Formatting In-Depth

Intelligent Line & Data Point Formatting

Cell Sizing, Font, Layout, & Merging

Grouping, Borders, Styling, & Visual Separation

Freeze Panes & Sorting

What They Are & How They Work

Using Excel For Simple Bookkeeping

How to Calculate Formulas Easily in Excel

Matrix Math & Complex Calculations

About The Instructor


My name is Andy Norris and I've been an engineer for 5 years. I graduated from SDSU with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, and I am EIT certified in California.I currently work as a salary design engineer for a multinational diversified engineering and manufacturing corporation.I have a passion for teaching and I hope my courses help you succeed in your professional life, as well as your personal life.


Average Rating by 133 students
  1. Michael Dye says:

    Not So Good
    Instructor is out of context for what average Excel users would understand. It left me with the impression that Excel should only be really used by engineers or math professors, Too much discussion of the functions that the instructor uses as an engineer. His use of certain keystrokes was not explained, so, by trial and error, the student may, or may not, figure out how to do what the instructor was doing on the screen.

  2. Natalie Tremblay says:

    not master level.
    Master class? more like 5th grade. The narrator is clear and concise, but totally not what I wanted for a “master” class.

  3. Atoosa Hashemi says:

    Nice Intro
    Great for an introduction to Excel.

  4. Marianne Tanner says:

    Class was disappointing for a 'Master Class'
    This is my first experience with a Skill Success training class and was very disappointing given the title of the class. The majority of the items covered were included in beginning and intermediate training from other sources. In addition, the training was unprofessional in his training skills. The repeated ‘so’, ‘ah’, ‘like’, ‘you know’, ‘ah’, ‘um’. etc. was very distracting and put it at the level of what I would expect sitting down with someone in a impromptu demo rather than a recorded training class that I purchased. In addition, the editing to separate the sessions was very awkward at times when the discussions were continuing from one to another. All in all, very disappointed and will probably not be purchasing additional training.

  5. Shani Thomas says:

    Microsoft Excel
    Great refresher course.

1 3
Microsoft Excel Master Class