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While you are here, let me tell you a little bit about my new
“Nick’s Tricks - Online Excel”
Save a shed load of time!
“I feel I should know, but I just don’t.” :(
I think we all feel this at some time or other.
You’ve asked the people around you for help, but they just did it for you rather than show you how to do it. Great for that one off time, but as they say,
‘Give a man (or woman) a fish and you have given them supper. Teach a man (or woman) to fish and they can feed themselves for a life time.”
Well, I don’t eat fish, but you get the idea.
Nick’s Tricks - Excel Online will not only show you how to use Excel, but it will be a resource for you to call back on time and time again, whenever you need it.
In the course we will look at how to do things in Excel, and how to create some really useful tools for you and you home or business.
One simple payment of £99 and you will have access to Nick’s Tricks - Excel Online.
Using your Facebook account you will be able to follow the training and access all the downloads etc.
Join the ‘Nick’s Tricks - Excel Online’ here
Optimise Consultancy Ltd has been providing quality training since 1994, and in that time has built up a strong and consistent client base.
Optimise Consultancy Ltd delivers training in PC applications, operating systems, hardware and soft skills such as time management and presentation skills. We also provide training needs analysis to help deliver the training your company needs.Optimise Consultancy Ltd build bespoke software systems and deliver spreadsheet and database enhancement and development.
We’ve been going since 1994
Nick’s Tricks - Excel Online is here to help :).
Excel can be so frustrating if you don’t know what you are doing, but it is a fantastic tool that most people, particularly anyone in business environment, can benefit from using.
Use Excel to : -
Basically, Excel can help you in lots of ways, but often it’s just getting that initial ‘in’ to understanding it.