Microsoft Excel video tutorials

Microsoft Excel video tutorials

Our video tutorials give you step by step instructions on how to freeze panes, transpose cells and autofill.

Julie Hickson | 28 January 2016

I often get asked how to do certain functions in Excel. So I have pulled together a series of short video tutorials to help you navigate Excel more easily.

Click on the video below to learn how to freeze panes, transpose cells and autofill.

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QA Training | Julie Hickson

Julie Hickson

Senior Office Applications Specialist

Julie is a MOS Master instructor based in the North-West, and has been training for over 15 years. She joined QA in 2012 working as a Business Applications Specialist. Julie has extensive experience of delivering training to all levels, in a variety of formats, including virtual.
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