best excel tutor programme

  snoresloudly 19:16 16 Jul 2003

As the title says can anyone recommend the best tutor. My poor wife has to learn as much as possible in as short a time as possible!!!! have looked on the shelves etc and there seems to be quite a few ranging from £5 to LOADS. She currently has what I would term as a novices knowledge but needs to get upto speed as a intermediate user.

  Willow12 19:24 16 Jul 2003

Learn Direct have an offer at the moment where their first course (done at home on your own PC) is for free. I don't beleive there is any undue pressure to sign-up for other courses after that. One of them is definately on Excel and runs for about 20 hours, covering both beginner and intermediate levels.

If you have a centre near you, your wife will have to do an induction at the centre first, then this may be an option.

  VoG II 19:24 16 Jul 2003

Excel function dictionary click here

None of these are "tutorials" but may help.

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When stuck - post here.

  powerless 19:43 16 Jul 2003

How about becoming an Excel tutor yourself...

  VoG II 21:05 16 Jul 2003

I thought that I was ...

Seriously, it's something I've considered for when I eventually get the push from my present position (no, not "horizontal").

  powerless 21:12 16 Jul 2003

Bagsy first tutor.

  VoG II 21:20 16 Jul 2003
  snoresloudly 08:44 17 Jul 2003

Thanks for all the links, gives her something to go on. Want to come and stay for a week and teach her???? LOL

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