Excel is, without a doubt, the most user friendly program in the world for making calculations and that is why you will find Excel models in almost every organization. Nearly a billion people worldwide use Excel; in private situations, with small companies, large companies and with many governmental organizations.
Many of you want to get better at Excel, but you can’t find the time to follow a course. Or the exact opposite, you have time to follow a course, but you’re afraid that you’ll forget what you learned in a matter of weeks because you aren’t going to apply the learnings right away. In either case we would advise you to follow a course when it’s busy, not when you have a ton of free time!
Oz du Soleil, an Excel MVP, is a true Excel hero and easily worthy of wearing his underpants on the outside of his pants… a true superhero in the Excel communities. His superpower is bringing charisma, storytelling, and flare to Microsoft Excel. From videos, to training, to presentations, he continues to bring a sense of excitement to something that many find dull. I got the chance to call him and ask him some questions relating to his interactions with the wider Excel community.
Excel hero Patrick O’Beirne is chairman of EuSpRIG, and one of the main collectors of the infamous Excel horror stories.