Learning how to automate basic accounting and finance functions in Excel can save you time and money.
Imagine being able to automate all your accounting and financial processes on Excel.
You’d never need to shell out for fancy software, you wouldn’t need to fret come tax deadline day, and you might even be able to save money if you have a better understanding of where all your cash is going every month.
Sounds like heaven, doesn’t it? There’s just one problem… Excel is complicated. Sure, it’s fairly straightforward to put together a basic spreadsheet. But once you start entering the world of automation, macros, and VBA, things start to get a whole lot more complex.
Or do they?
Yes, you need to put in some effort to learn the concepts, but it is not as complicated as it sounds.
And it is even easier if you buy today’s MUO reader deal. We can offer access to two Excel automation courses for just $30. Let’s take a closer look.
The focus of the first Excel automation course is Power Query, Power Pivot, and Power BI.
By mastering the three skills, you can build processes that allow you to automate the production of reports, tables, and graphs.
In total, there are eight lectures and nine hours of video content for you to get stuck into. You will learn which tool is designed to get and transform data, relate multiple tables and write measures for use in a report, summarize values and display them in rows and columns, and a whole lot more.
The second course teaches macros and VBA. You will learn how to use VBA to automate tasks by studying real-world examples and working on your own projects to practice.
Within this course, you will find eight lectures and 12 hours of video content. They explain how to read, write, and edit VBA code using the Visual Basic Editor, how to translate your actions into VBA code, and how to complete a task in Excel using macros.
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