Excel Training to Enhance Your Career and Increase Your EarningsNo-one learns Excel for fun. But if you have good-to-excellent Excel skills you’ll stand a better chance in today’s highly competitive job market
60-90 minute live Excel training sessions delivered by me via The Internet.
Some of these are delivered on behalf of other organisations. Some are organised by myself.
Pivot Table Resources
Pivot Tables are one of the most requested topics that I get asked about.
So to help you to learn, I’ve pulled together all my Pivot Table tutorials into a single page.
Welcome to The Excel Trainer
Hello and welcome! My name’s Mike Thomas – also known as The Excel Trainer. I launched this website in 2012 as a way to share my knowledge and love of Excel. I’ve been working with Excel since the early 90’s (Excel v4) – as a user, a Developer (of Excel-based solutions) and a Trainer.
On this site, in addition to the 100+ written and video based tutorials covering many many different features of Excel, you’ll find details of Excel training courses and Excel webinars that I offer. I hope that through what I offer, I’m able to answer your Excel-related questions and help you to master the software.
Can We Work Together?Are we a good fit for each other? Personal chemistry is just as important as product knowledge
You need to be able to understand what I’m saying, you need to like my voice. You need to like my training style, you need to like my examples. So how can you do that? Well here’s a 20 minute video of me delivering training on how to use the VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP functions. if you like what you see, then please come back for more!
Very clear and I liked the way you covered even the “TRUE” feature in Vlookup and where it may be useful. Thanks for taking your time in posting this tutorial…!Vspalani Appan
Latest Excel TutorialsMy latest written and video based Excel tutorials. For more tutorials, please visit the Tutorials section (use the menu at the top of the screen)
When you look at a printout from Excel, sometimes there is content at the bottom of each page that is not part of the actual workbook. This is the Footer. Although Excel allows you to put anything in the Footer, typically this area of the page contains a page number,...read more