Is your fear of Excel greater than your fear of flying? Has Excel become the bad guy in your life? If so, then sum-thing good is about to happen….

Is your fear of Excel greater than your fear of flying? Has Excel become the bad guy in your life? If so, then sum-thing good is about to happen….

So, if:

• You think that Excel has become the bad guy in your life
• You start sweating every time someone mentions the dreaded ‘E’ word
• You think you are allergic to numbers
• The word ‘statistics’ causes you to break out into a nervous rash


There’s sum-thing you ought to know

The simple fact about Excel is that with it you can do a number of useful things such as automatically add up a list of invoice amounts, keep a running total of stock, calculate your business expenses over time or solve problems. Apart from business tasks, you can keep track of your personal affairs such as budgets, shopping lists, But, without it you might find yourself flailing blindly when the numbers just don’t add up.

And sum interesting stats

  • It is estimated that 2.5% to 6.5% of people worldwide suffer from aerophobia or what is commonly known as a fear of flying.
  • Research also reveals that an estimated one-third (that is 33.333%) of the industrial world is technophobic (suffering from a fear of technology) to a certain degree.
  • But, the real plus is that the fear of Excel is easier to conquer than the fear of flying and Excel phobia and technophobia at large can be overcome through formal training.


And sum useful tips for overcoming your fear of Excel

  • Remember, anyone who is adept at working with Excel spreadsheets was taught by someone at some stage.
  • Everyone who uses Excel started with a blank spreadsheet.
  • Study one function at a time before you move on to the next one.
  • You don’t need to know the purpose of every single function of Excel. Only use the ones you need.
  • Practise. Practise. Practise.

And sum-thing else you ought to know is that no one is born an Excel expert but we can help you become an Excel tough guy.

So, don’t hit a blank when you see a blank spreadsheet and wonder what the heck to do with it. Excel is not the bad guy. Let us help you become an Excel tough guy. Simply follow the links below to view some of our Excel training courses and book your seat on any one of the different Excel courses we have on offer before 31 March 2020 and get ready for take-off with a 20% discount. You can also take a look at all our public courses here or download our 2020 Training Catalogue right now!

BOTi Essential Course Excel 2013

Excel Advanced Course MS Office 365

Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables Course

Writing Excel Macros with VBA

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